30 Rare Unreleased Vintage Photos of Hollywood Stars.
Wonder Woman, Lynda Carter in a Swimsuit For Battle of The Network Stars.
Wonder woman’s bathing suit might be a size or two to small.
James Dean and Ursula Andress at a party in Los Angeles, 1955.
It would be less than a month after this picture was taken the James Dean would be killed when he crashed the “little bastard”, his Porsche Spyder 500.
You can find out about the curse of the “little bastard” at the link above.
Arnold Schwarzenegger walking around Munich to promote his new gym. (1969)
Look how big Arnold looks compared to normal humans. Now check out the next picture.
Arnold Schwarzenegger standing between Wilt Chamberlain and Andre the Giant on the set of “Conan the Destroyer” in 1984.
It’s amazing how small he looks compared to these two truly massive human beings. At 6ft 2in Arnold isn’t a small guy, and this picture shows you how big Wilt Chamberlain and Andre the Giant actually were.
Speaking of Andre the Giant here he is as Bigfoot.
Quentin Tarantino sitting on Santa Claus’s lap in 1970
When this photo was taken no one realized how many times the word “fuck” could be used in a hollywood film. Or that this cute little boy would be the one to write the script and direct the film.
The Beastie Boys chasing Madonna around the stage with squirt guns in 1985.
Nicole Kidman 1980
Bob Marley looking neat and trimmed before the dreadlocks with Bunny Wailer and Peter Tosh in 1964.
George Harrison and Pattie Boyd visiting Haight-Ashbury in San Francisco for the “Summer of Love” in 1967.
Madonna in a NYC apartment. (1983)
A 7th grade picture of Tom Cruise
Hippies just chilling at woodstock
The Runaways and David Lee Roth at an interview in a Pasadena radio station, 1978.
Philippe Petit walks a tight rope between the Twin Towers in 1974.
Jerry Lewis, Adam West, Dick Shawn, Connie Stevens, Cesar Romero and Jane Wald on the set of “Batman” (1966)
Anti Hippie Protesters in the 1960′
Mick Jagger looking as if he’s just been scolded.
Before this picture was taken in 1967 someone definitely scolded Mick Jagger. Look how sad he looks.