Rare Photos You'll Never Find In History Books
The history books tend to leave out a lot of pictures. Particularly ones like what we're about to show you in this gallery. They capture moments with some of the most iconic faces in history. Here are the rare pictures you won't find in any history book.
Young Diana, Princess of Whales in the 1960’s.
Despite being emotionally scarred by her parent’s muddled divorce, Diana managed to regain a happy childhood. She studied abroad at Boarding School and thereafter proceeded to a public high school.
Arnold Schwarzenegger and Lou Ferrigno 1970’s
Atoy Wilson the first black ice skater to become a star with the Ice Follies in 1978.
Gene Wilder about to lick it on the set of Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory in 1971.
George Clooney in a promo shoot for The Facts of Life-1979
Imgar Bergman on the set of Jaws (1975)
John F. Kennedy in Dallas, 1963
Marlon Brando applying his own makeup for On the Waterfront (1954)
President Johnson taking his Oath of Office on Air Force One, 1963
Robin Williams and Raquel Welch on the set of Mork and Mindy, 1979
Sean Connery and Ursula Andress on the set of the first James Bond Film Dr. No 1963
Vin Diesel in high school, 1985
Mohammad Ali, 1954
Arnold Schwarzenegger walking through Munich to promote his own gym, 1969.
He also walked away with the prize of Mr. Universe in that same year. He also has a very successful acting career, a political career and is also a businessman.
Annie Easley, NASA Computer Scientist and Mathematician, 1955
Cher, Susan Sarandon, Michelle Pfeiffer, and Jack Nicholson on the set of The Witches of Eastwick in 1987
Colonel (Harland) Sanders in Louisville Kentucky, 1977
David Bowie on the set of The Man Who Fell To Earth, 1976
Die-hard David Bowie fans are bound to remember his performance in The Man Who Fell To Earth. The highly acclaimed movie is best known for Bowie’s performance and the stunning imagery. Here, Bowie sits with the crew, accessorized with a trench coat and fedora hat.
J.F.K. and his daughter enjoy a meal
Jodie Foster and Robert De Niro on the set of Taxi Driver, 1976
This story of a vigilante taxi driver was a critical and commercial success. DeNiro played the vigilante protagonist, while Foster (who was 12 years old at the time) played a teenage prostitute.
Marilyn Monroe with a sprained ankle on crutches, 1953
Robin Williams and Racquel Welch on the set of Mork and Mindy, 1979
Before he became the lovable comedian that we know and miss, Robin Williams’ first trial on a TV show was on Mork and Mindy. He played Mork, an awkward alien whose friend, Mindy (Racquel Welch), was teaching him how to be human.
Sean Connery plus kitty on the set of Dr. No in 1962
Steve Carell as a high school hockey goalie, 1979
Steve Jobs having recently returned from his pilgrimage in India, 1974
Steve McQueen’s mugshot, 1972
Sylvester Stallone on the Los Angeles set with director, John Avildsen, 1976
The Dukes of Hazzard, 1980’s
This popular television series aired from 1979 to 1985. The show depicts the adventures of Bo and Luke Duke, and their cousin Daisy who live in the fictional Hazzard County in Georgia. Their orange car, the General Lee, was modeled from the 1969 Dodge Charger.