As a fan of Kim Richards, I am glad she took the time to raise her four children, but I am glad to see she is back to work as well. With her long trade mark gold hair from the 70’s and 80’s, Kim Richards was one actress I enjoyed watching. I have enjoyed watching Kim Richards grow up from a child to a beautiful woman. I respected her desire to raise her children, and am thankful she has returned to the screen to share her talents with the rest of us.
As a girl, I begged my father to take me to see Kim Richards and Ike Eisenmann in the Disney movies Escape to Witch Mountain and Return from Witch Mountain. As usual, my dad opted to wait to see the movie until it came out on regular television many years later, much to my disappointment. When I finally did get the opportunity to enjoy the movie Kim Richards sparkled throughout the movies, just as I knew she would.
My favorite all time movie with Kim Richards was Tuff Turf. In Tuff Turf, Kim shed her shy and innocent girl-like persona and became a full blow sexy siren. I wore out two VCR tapes of that particular movie over a few short years.
I had almost missed Kim Richards playing Christina Ricci’s mother in Black Snake Moan, yet I watched for her and Ike Eisenmann in Disney’s new Race to Witch Mountain movie starring Dewayne Johnson and was able to spot both of them immediately, though I did have to point them out to the other family members watching it with me.
Now, Kim Richards, along with her sister, has come back to us in The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills. I look forward to watching the show glad to see her back where her fans can enjoy her.