People Used To Be So Much Cooler Back In The Day…

October 9, 2015 | 1 Comment » | Topics: Interesting

Michael Caine out for the night in Los Angeles, circa 1966

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Big Jay McNeely, Olympic Auditorium Los Angeles, 1953

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Queen guitarist Brian May and his “Red Special” guitar. He and his father built it over two years only using household items and a hundred year old fireplace mantel. – 1963

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Astrid Heeren and a suave dude, Palm Beach, 1964

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Miss February 1967 

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Salvador “I don’t do drugs I am drugs” Dalí painting The Face of War, 1941

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An American woman teaches English bell-boys to dance the Charleston, 1925 

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Sally Field – 1960’s 

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Young couple swing dancing in the 1940s

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Diana Ross finishing a rib – 1980s

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Debbie Harry, New York City, 1977

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A Young Clint Eastwood – 1956

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Danish Explorer and author Peter Freuchen and Dagmar Freuchen Gale, his third wife, 1947

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Ann Margret – 1966

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Miles Davis defining cool in 1947

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Girl with typewriter and a smoke

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Hugh Hefner post tennis game, Playboy Mansion, 1977

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Jimmy and his Jack 

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Rod Serling, creator and host of “The Twilight Zone”, circa 1964

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Danish actress Annette Stroyberg sunbathing with a friend 

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B. B. King

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Mick Jagger, Andy Warhol, and Jane Holzer circa 1965.

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Steve McQueen

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Teenagers and their first car (1950s)

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Brigitte Bardot visits Pablo Picasso at his studio near Cannes in 1956

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A couple dancing in a 1950’s “Be Bop” theater as everyone looks on

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Jane Birkin

 

Black Sabbath

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  • pking1

    Classier back then, especially the women.