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60 Groovy Photographs

Entertainment | July 16, 2020

Written by Harmon Leon

What was it really like to fly on the grooviest of airlines? How did a show like Batman change when Barbara Gordon was added to the cast? And just what is Ace Frehley doing behind the drums? We’re answering all these questions and more in this collection of photos that peels back the curtain to give you a new perspective on historical events and figures that you only think you know.

Whether you’re a rock n roll buff, or you like to learn about the secrets behind your favorite movies and television shows, we’ve got something on here for you. These photos and stories are sure to make you think differently about your favorite eras. Rock on!

Groovy PSA flight attendants in the 1970s.

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Known for their far out, mod flight attendants, PSA Airlines was a cool ride to take in the ‘70s when you were traveling throughout California. This airline didn’t just have flight attendants with cool outfits, they also had a great disco jingle that told flyers, “catch us!” You got it, gals.

In the late ‘70s you could only take PSA to different cities in California, which is great if you’re the kind of person who’s got to fly between San Francisco and Los Angeles every day, or if you’re just exhausted with the beautiful views along the PCH. 

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Harmon Leon

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Harmon Leon is an award-winning journalist, filmmaker, comedian and the author of the book Meet the Deplorables... - and you can find his other work in Vice, The Observer, The Nation, Esquire and Wired.