15 Groovy Celeb Photos

These photos will certainly take you back to the past. Be sure you don’t miss #10, #7 and #3, they’re gold! Hop in. Let’s take a ride!

#15. Charles Bronson and Jill Ireland (1971)

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This is a picture of American actor Charles Bronson and English actress Jill Ireland. The picture was taken in Santa Monica, California. Each of them had their own share of success, but they starred in fifteen movies together! Jill even used to joke that no other actress wanted to work with Charles. Slide to see the most badass girl on a chopper!

#14. Ann Margaret (1960s)

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This girl was mad. The blonde bombshell was a beast on the mic, with the voice that earned her the name of a female Elvis. But, if there’s something that overtook her passion for singing, that would’ve been her passion for motorcycles…that made her quite a daredevil! The next one is one of the hotties!

#13. John Wayne (1930)

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Here’s John Wayne in his early years, before being called “The Duke”, a nickname surely well-deserved. His career really took off just around the time this picture was taken, with the film The Big Trail. Slide to see the first of the many blonde bombshells in this chart!

#12. Heather Locklear (1981)

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Heather’s career really took off after her role in Dynasty which set her up for several parts on TV shows and movies. She would later on join the cast of Spin City in 2009. Locklear also appeared on the new version of Melrose Place. Many of you will be daydreaming with the next man candy!

#11. Al Pacino (1973)

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In this picture, Al Pacino was starring Serpico a neo-noir crime film directed by Sidney Lumet. Back then, he was nowhere near being the legend he is considered today. Slide to see the next amazing trio!

#10. Eric Clapton, Sting and Jeff Beck (1981)

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The Secret Policeman’s Other Ball was a benefit show staged by the British Section of Amnesty International in order to raise funds. Here is a photo of these great rockstars at that festival, while they were chilling backstage. Up next is one of our Hollywood sweethearts.

#9. Farrah Fawcett (1970s)

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The star from Charlie’s Angels was a true skateboarding queen. This picture was taken from an episode of the series back in 1976. Farrah was probably the most celebrated actress of her time. She had four Emmys and Six Golden Globe Award Nominations! Slide to see a Queen with two other stars.

#8. Melanie Griffith, Don Johnson and Cher (1970s)

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This picture was taken some time during the 70s. Ironically, all three weren’t huge stars back then. Just a few years later, they’d become the legends they are up to these days. Up next a true Queen of the Rhythm.

#7. Tina Turner (1971)

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There’s no denying how popular Tina was back in the day. She was the heartbeat of the nation and if there’s one thing she knew too well, it would be selling out concerts. Quite like our girl Beyoncé! Slide to see the next blonde beauty in this chart!

#6. Ann Margret (1960)

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This slaying blonde was one of the very best singers of her time, also she was really famous for her outstanding acting career. Bye Bye Birdie (1963), Viva Las Vegas (1964), The Cincinnati Kid (1965) are among her most important roles. Up next is one of our all-time favorite actresses!

#5. Jamie Lee Curtis (1980)

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Curtis was responsible for scaring most children back in the day. Why? Because she was part of a lot of horror films back then. It wasn’t until 1983 that she’d step out of the horror movie genre and truly adventure into different roles. Along came a long list of awards! Yikes! Next one is terrifying, but don’t worry, it’s not what it seems!

#4. Robert Shaw and Bruce the Shark (1974)

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You surely recall Jaws, the 1975 film directed by Steven Spielberg. Though fake, the shark, named Bruce after Spielberg’s lawyer, was the cause of the producer’s nightmares (as well as ours!). Due to it malfunctioning, it was the reason why producers thought their careers in motion pictures were finished. Slide to see the next American Dream.

#3. Barbara Eden

Photo: Courtesy of Wikimedia Commons

This blonde bombshell is an American film and television actress and singer. Her best-known role was “Jeannie” in the sitcom I Dream of Jeannie. The next one is a true surprise!

#2. Joyce Dewitt (1978)

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This is a picture of Joyce Dewitt back in ABC’s Battle of the Network Stars in 1978. The show was basically a sports competition where ABC, CBS and NBC would gather their teams and choose a leader. The sports included swimming, kayaking, volleyball, golf, tennis, bowling, cycling, running and 3-on-3 football. Next one is definitely our favorite! Let’s see if you can see who they all are…psst! a clue: the first is Bob Dylan!

#1. The Traveling Wilburys (1980s)

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The Traveling Wilburys was born as a fortunate incident. All five member, Bob Dylan, Jeff Lynne, Tom Petty, Roy Orbison and George Harrison were at Dylan’s studio when they decided to record some stuff for his B-side. Luckily, it would turn out to be an epic collaboration.

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