See the ’80s home of vintage celebrities Mary Ann Mobley & Gary Collins

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Mary Ann Mobley and Gary Collins at home 1982

The ’80s home of Mary Ann Mobley & Gary Collins (1982)

Mary Ann Mobley, Gary Collins and daughter Clancy live in a Beverly Hills home steeped in southern charm

She is, of course, a former Miss Mississippi, who became Miss America in 1959, and has since been a busy actress.

In November 1967, she wed actor Gary Collins, and they bought this two-story Cape Cod house. (Daughter Clancy, 14, arrived in October 1968.)

Mobley Collins wedding photo 1967


Gary Collins, Mary Ann Mobley & Clancy Collins

The house, decorated by architect-designer Hank Milam, reflects Mary Ann’s southern upbringing and Gary’s easy-going charm.

The host of TV’s Hour Magazine, Gary made this year’s Miss America pageant a family affair when he became the new master of ceremonies.

[Their daughter grew up to be TV executive Clancy Collins White]

Gary Collins and family


The vintage ’80s living room

The brightly-colored living room overlooks the swimming pool and a corner of the beautifully-planted acre on which the 10-room home stands.

1980s home of Gary Collins and Mary Ann Mobley (3)

MORE: See inside Dynasty actress Linda Evans’ Beverly Hills home (1982)


The Collins-Mobley den

The den is a favorite gathering place. Mary Ann, who had great input in the decorating, hunted down many of the furnishings and paintings herself.

1980s home of Gary Collins and Mary Ann Mobley (4)


The dining room

This room has antique French furniture; table is set with heirloom silver & china

1980s home of Gary Collins and Mary Ann Mobley (1)


The Collins’ backyard

There was an ivy-trellised porch and a beautiful swimming pool

1980s home of Gary Collins and Mary Ann Mobley (2)

ALSO SEE: Helen Reddy: See inside her beautiful California house back in the ’70s

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