Vintage Rarities Rediscover Forgotten Stories From The Best Time To Be Alive


 Pat Clouseau, Connie Sellecca and Kathryn Witt as three sexy airline stewardesses in Flying High (1978).

Step into the time machine, dear viewers, and let's take a trip down memory lane to the days of groovy fashion, waterbeds and Saturday morning cartoons. In this slideshow gallery, we have prepared a collection of old photos that will definitely take you straight to the heart of cherished memories. You might just see a few familiar faces, or perhaps these snapshots will feel like a cozy embrace from days gone by. Whether you're missing the wild and wacky world of daytime dramas or longing for the simplicity of yesteryear, these photos are meant to ignite that warm, fuzzy feeling of nostalgia. So what are you waiting for? Keep reading and let the nostalgia wash over you like a wave of retro awesomeness!

Comedy-drama television series Flying High, aired from August 28, 1978 to January 23, 1979. The main three characters, played by Kathryn Witt, Connie Seleka and Pat Cluss, were all recruited from New York's top modeling agencies. He had very specific requirements for the level of attractiveness...he was lenient on having no real acting experience. It was one of several "Jiggle era" television programs and its 2-hour pilot episode was aired during the summer rerun season, so it was the most watched prime time show of the week. But by mid-October it became increasingly clear that Flying High would not survive, with low ratings and negative reviews accusing it of trying to copy the success of Charlie's Angels. It ended by January 1979.

Before Cara Delevingne came along with her bold eyebrows, model Margaux Hemingway paved the way in the mid-'70s.

Pictured here is Margaux Louise Hemingway, granddaughter of famous author Ernest Hemingway and fashion model. Her intense beauty brought her international fame and in the mid-1970s she began appearing on magazine covers everywhere: Cosmopolitan, Elle, Harper's Bazaar, Vogue, and Time.

The supermodel also signed a million dollar contract for Fabergé as the spokesmodel for Bebe perfume. But sadly, his personal life was not so happy. She suffered from depression and addiction and committed suicide due to drug overdose in 1996, when she was only 42 years old.

Two mermaids' 'tails' at work at Disneyland (1967)

A few weeks before the grand opening of Disneyland's Submarine Voyage, they placed an ad for "mermaids" in the local newspaper and like clockwork, hundreds of strong swimmers with wavy hair and slim figures joined in, no doubt , it was an amazing job. , However... the initial costume prototype was certainly not without its flaws.

According to former mermaid Suzanne Brewster, there was a wardrobe malfunction on the first day the costumes arrived. Brewster, who was 18 at the time, told HuffPost that she was asked to demonstrate her dolphin kick for a group of Disney executives. “When I came up for air, everyone turned around to face the other direction. My instructor leaned over and said, 'Your top is off!'

Debbie Harry on drums at a Blondie rehearsal in 1975.

Pictured here is Debbie Harry, better known as "Blondie", playing drums on stage in 1975. The group "Blondie" was founded by singer Debbie Harry and guitarist Chris Stein, but also included members Clem Burke, Gary Valentine and. Jimmy Destry. They were pioneers of the punk scene but were known for their diverse mix of musical styles. They incorporated elements of disco, pop and reggae. For this, he is credited with introducing alternative elements of rock and roll to mainstream American listeners in the late 1970s. Blondie has sold 40 million records worldwide, is still active, and was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2006.

My 'eyes' are fixed on you! George Harrison created Joker in 1964.

George Harrison was 16 when he left school, much to his father's displeasure, to concentrate on music. During that time, he played with the Beatles, worked as an electrician, and at a local department store. In these early years, the Beatles performed a series of shows in various clubs in and around Hamburg, Germany. By the time this photo was taken, they may have been a little confused. The Beatles were officially in their touring years (1963–1966) and Beatlemania had taken over much of the world (especially the female population).

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