For me at least. I had powerful but rootless emotions as a child. Or so it seems now looking back.
I was thinking about this over the weekend and thinking who in the sixties did I feel like that about, although I was under the age of ten. Here's a little list, other than the Mighty Trout.
Kirk and Spock
Just doing a Google image search now, looking back at those pictures, is making emotion well up inside me. Illya Kuryakin! Has there ever been a more attractive character on TV? Even if Man From U.N.C.L.E. was bobbins.
Anyway, Mad Men as usual, in some bizarre way seems to anticipate the way my thoughts are tending (as I say, I assume it's because I am core audience) and this week Don's ten year old daughter, Sally, is watching TV on her own (a friend is asleep on the couch). It's Illya Kuryakin, tied to a chair. Anyway, I won't say any more, but you can see she has this loose, amorphous feeling of delight.
ETA - and I've read two reviews today wondering what David McCallum might think when he watches this scene.