Look Closer...60 Uncensored Photos Of The Best Time To Ever Be Alive

Written by Lyra Radford

Here we have quite the mix: playful childhood memories, stunning models, blonde bombshells, cowboys and debonair leading men alike. Come take a look at these magic moments from the groovy age of Hollywood that have been immortalized by film and collected right here. 

Tanya Roberts early career photo in 1975.

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Great shot of Tanya Roberts early in her career, back in 1975. Tanya Roberts is now best known for playing Stacey Sutton in the James Bond film "A View To A Kill" and later Midge Pinciotti in the TV sitcom "That ‘70s Show".

But before all that, her career began as a model, she was in TV ads for Excedrin, Ultra Brite, Clairol, and Cool Ray sunglasses. She was also an Arthur Murray dance instructor as she worked towards her big break in films. Her film debut was a horror movie called "Forced Entry" (1975). Then she landed a role in the comedy "The Yum-Yum Girls" (1976). In the summer of 1980, she replaced Shelley Hack in the fifth season of the "Charlie's Angels" television series and by 1985 she was a Bond girl.