User: 94MIKE19 (reddit)
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One of only two certified photographs of Billy the Kid (top hat). Playing cards with his accomplices. 1877
Walt Disney with the original Mickey Mouse Club lineup. 1955
Polish war hero, Captain Witold Pilecki. Seen here in court, being tried by the Communist puppet state for his loyalty to the government-in-exile. Days later, he was put down with a shot to the head. His heroism went unrecognised until the 1990s. March, 1948
A Kodachrome of some some of the Allied Generals. 1944
Sergio Leone behind the scenes of "The Good, the Bad and the Ugly". 1966
John Cleese playing Football in between takes of "Monty Python and the Holy Grail". 1974
Yossi Ghinsberg, the day he was found, having been lost alone in the Amazon for three weeks. 1981
Civil War veteran Captain Edward Camden. When the United States joined the First World War, he put on his old uniform and attempted to enlist. He was 81 years old. 1917
A German POW stares into the camera. Anzio, Italy. February 1944
Lieutenant Hugo Broch drinking wine after being awarded the Knight's Cross of the Iron Cross. As of today (June 2022), at the age of 100, he is the last living Luftwaffe Ace, with 81 victories to his name. 12th March 1945.
Captain Ronald Reagan, United States Army Air Forces. Kodachrome, circa 1945.
Clint Eastwood, Eli Wallach, Lee Van Cleef and Sergio Leone in between scenes of "The Good, the Bad and the Ugly". 1966
Grand Admiral Karl Dönitz, for 20 days he served as the second (and final) leader of Third Reich Germany. Age 89, taken months before his death. 1980
Walt Disney receiving The Presidential Medal of Freedom from Lyndon B. Johnson. 1964
Famous friends, Salvador Dali and Walt Disney, Barcelona. 1961
Large format Kodachrome of an assembly line worker assembling the engine of a B-25 Bomber. Inglewood, California. October, 1942
An Empire State Building construction worker pricks his finger on the tip of the Chrysler Building. 1930
Vincent Price strangling James Gregory strangling Alfred Hitchcock. On the set of "Alfred Hitchcock Presents. 1957
Rod Taylor and the recently deceased Yvette Mimieux in a publicity still for "The Time Machine". 1960
The original disappearing photograph from the unfinished version of "Back to the Future" with Eric Stoltz in the lead role before it was all reshot with Michael J. Fox. 1985
The original model of the U.S.S. Enterprise and the men who built it, Richard C. Datin, Jr., Mel Keys, and Vernon Sion, on the day it was delivered to Desilu Productions. December, 1964.
Sergio Leone poses alongside the cast of his film "Once Upon a Time in the West". 1968
Lauri Törni, the soldier of three armies. He fought the Soviets in WWII as a soldier in both the Finnish and German armies, and later fought and died as a Green Beret in Vietnam. 1941
"The Wizard of Oz", 30 years later. Ray Bolger, Jack Haley and Margaret Hamilton (the Scarecrow, the Tin Man and the Wicked Witch) in a reunion photo. 1970
Akira Kurosawa visits George Lucas on the set of "The Empire Strikes Back". 1979
Eric Clapton with his son Conor. Not long after this photo was taken, Conor would die from a 53-storey fall out of an apartment window. Eric's grief at the loss would serve as the basis for his song "Tears in Heaven". 1989
Frank Losonsky. At the time of his death in 2020, he was the last living member of the Glying Tigers (First American Volunteers). 1939
Frank Losonsky. At the time of his death in 2020, he was the last living member of the Flying Tigers. 1941
Joel Schumacher directs Michael Douglas on the set of "Falling Down" (1993). 1992
Corporal Desmond Doss receiving the Congressional Medal of Honor from President Harry S. Truman. Kodachrome. October 12th 1945
Princesses Elizabeth and Anne, and Princes Phillip and Charles on a family outing, 1950
Disney Animator Milt Kahl creating Br'er Rabbit for (the now controversial) "Song of the South". 1946 .
Pope Paul VI watches the Apollo 11 broadcast. July 20th 1969
U.S. Olympian Jesse Owens holding two Oak saplings. At the 1936 Berlin Olympics, Gold medallists were presented with Oak tree saplings (referred to as "Olympic Oaks", or "Hitler Oaks") to go with each of their gold medals. August 1936
Ham the Astrochimp, the first Non-Human Hominid launched into space, being retrieved upon his return. 31st of January, 1961
President Paul von Hindenburg sitting alongside his Reich Chancellor, Adolf Hitler. 1933
The Northrop YB-49 flying wing bomber. Due to poor performance (especially compared to the then upcoming B-52), the project was aborted and every existing prototype was scrapped. October 21, 1947
Writer/Director John Milius giving direction to Patrick Swayze on the set of "Red Dawn". 1984
Walt Disney presenting Louis Armstrong with a Mousecar in recognition of his numerous performances at Disneyland. 1964
An American soldier stationed in Australia with his pet Joey (young Kangaroo). 1942
Prime Minister Ian Smith of Rhodesia pictured standing beside Victoria Falls on the Zambezi river. 1965
Shirley Temple presents Walt Disney with a special Oscar honouring his work as the Producer behind "Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs". 1938
Portrait of Sergeant Major Daniel J. Daly, two time awardee of the Congressional Medal of Honor. He famously shouted "Come on, you sons of bitches, do you want to live forever?". Circa 1930
John Wayne and his son, Patrick in a publicity still for John Ford's "The Searchers". 1956
Combat photojournalist Sean Flynn, son of legendary actor Errol Flynn. On April 6th 1970, he and accomplice Dana Stone rode motorcycles into Communist Cambodia, and were never seen again. It is believed that they were murdered by the Khmer Rouge. Vietnam 1969
Lee Marvin, Clint Eastwood, Rock Hudson, Fred MacMurray, James Stewart, Ernest Borgnine, Michael Caine and Laurence Harvey celebrating John Wayne’s 40th Anniversary in the film industry. Cake reads "Happy Anniversary John Wayne", "The Big Trail" (1929) and "True Grit" (1969). 1969
Elizabeth Taylor napping against James Dean behind the scenes of "Giant". 1955
An elderly Buster Keaton filming "The Railrodder" towards the end of his life. (1965)
Former Soviet President Mikhail Gorbachev visits Former U.S. President Ronald Reagan at his vacation home, Rancho del Cielo, both in western wear. May 2nd 1992
General Douglas MacArthur at the moment he fulfilled his promise to return to the Philippines. October 20th 1944
Newborn Elizabeth Taylor in the arms of her mother, Sara. March 1932.
Al Jolson entertaining the troops in Korea, during the war. 1950
This Tuesday (August 2nd) marks the 88th Anniversary of the death of German President Paul Von Hindenburg. Upon his death, leadership of Germany was passed on to his Chancellor, Adolf Hitler. 1934
Sergeant Stanley M. Lieber (AKA Stan Lee), U.S. Army Training Films Division. Circa 1943
The Reagans and the Gorbachevs on their way to dinner at the Soviet Embassy in Washington D.C. December 9th 1987
Douglas DC-3 of the British Overseas Airways Corporation, Gibraltar (circa 1940)
January 25th of this year marked the 50th Anniversary of the death of Erhard Milch, the last of Hitler’s Field Marshals. He was notable for being the son of a Jewish Pharmacist, his heritage covered up by Hermann Göring. 1942
Portrait of pulp author Robert E. Howard. Creator of Conan the Cimmerian, Kull of Atlantis, and Solomon Kane. 1934
Gil Gerard and Erin Gray, behind the scenes with guest star Buster Crabbe, who played Buck Rogers in the 1938 film serial. 1979
Gary Cooper sitting down with Sergeant Alvin York, whom he portrayed in the 1941 Biopic that bears his name. Circa 1941
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