Groovy Icons In Pop Culture History We Can't Get Enough Of...

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Jamie Lee Curtis at the Cannes Film Festival in 1980.

Remember when westerns and science fiction were the most popular genres on television? And when Sonny & Cher were still a duo? Back when music and fashion somehow always seemed to grow and change together? Collected here are memories of the groovy beginnings of some of the most beloved icons in popular culture. 
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Pictured here is the legendary scream queen Jamie Lee Curtis. Curtis dominated the horror scene of the ‘70s. With films like Prom Night, Terror Train, The Fog, and John Carpenter's Halloween.

It wasn’t until Trading Spaces in 1983 that she started getting notoriety outside the horror genre. The role also earned her a BAFTA award as best supporting actress. She went on to work on A Fish Called Wanda and was nominated for a BAFTA as Best Leading Actress. Then in 1994 she won a Golden Globe for True Lies and hasn't stopped working since.