60 Magical Photos In Pop Culture History
Written by Lyra Radford
Magic nannies, caped crusaders, friendly aliens...the groovy era was filled with outlandishly awesome plots. This was a time when walking into a studio executive meeting and pitching a show about a man driving cross-country with his monkey was given the green light immediately. The images collected here are full of optimistic, fantastical, and magic times from pop culture history. These happy days are yours and mine to look back at fondly anytime.
Ann-Margret and Joe Namath starred in C.C. and Company in 1970. Broadway Joe had his first starring role in a film as a motorcycle rebel.
Ann-Margret, the female Elvis Presley and Joe Namath co-starred in the 1970 biker film, C.C. and Company. Namath plays biker C.C. Ryder, and Ann-Margret is a fashion journalist Ann. The film also stars William Smith as Moon, the leader of the outlaw biker gang the "Heads".
This marked the start of Joe Namath’s film acting career. He had up until then, done some television and theater acting but his career had been professional football. During the 1960s and 1970s, Namath was an AFL icon and played for the New York Jets for most of his career and then the Los Angeles Rams. He was elected to the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 1985.