60 Vintage Photos

By | June 12, 2018

Florence Henderson (pre-Carol Brady) starting out as an actress/singer in the 1950s. 

There is a whole lotta grooviness collected here. Proceed with caution, as you may feel overcome by nostalgia and long for the good old days. Or you could suddenly experience the urge to start singing ‘Let's Get Physical’ and start to ‘shake your groove thing’. So sit back and enjoy the show, because the best way to turn back time is to flip through photographs. 

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Check out this photo of a very young Florence Henderson (pre-Carol Brady) back when she was just starting out as an actress/singer in the 1950s!  Despite her long and successful career, she will always be best known as the lovely lady Carole Brady. 

Her career stayed strong after The Brady Bunch went off the air. She’s done extensive work on Broadway in addition to numerous film and television appearances. She did “Dancing with the Stars” in 2010 and she even had her own show for a while, The Florence Henderson Show. She worked on Who's Cooking With Florence Henderson and did regular guest popups in the show “Samantha Who?” which earned her an Emmy nomination. She married twice, is the mother of four children, and died of heart failure in November of 2016.

Bill Murray, Dan Aykroyd and Harold Ramis on the set of Ghostbusters.

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Here's a classic shot of actors Bill Murray, Dan Aykroyd and Harold Ramis on the set of Ghostbusters. The 1984 supernatural comedy, Ghostbusters (1984), was directed and produced by Ivan Reitman and written by Dan Aykroyd and Harold Ramis. In it, Bill Murray, Dan Aykroyd, and Harold Ramis are lovably eccentric parapsychologists who start a literal ghost-catching business in New York City. Sigourney Weaver and Rick Moranis also co-star as a client and her neighbor, as does Ernie Hudson who plays Ray, the Ghostbusters' first recruit.

Aykroyd initially conceived Ghostbusters as a project for himself and fellow Saturday Night Live alumnus John Belushi, with the "Ghostmashers" travelling through time and space. Now it’s an iconic film that was ranked 28th in its AFI's 100 Years...100 Laughs list of film comedies. Then in 2015, it was deemed "culturally, historically, or aesthetically significant” by the United States Library of Congress.