Thursday, September 27, 2012

Fun & Weird Photos of Celebrities in The Past

Here is a small collection of very strange & weird photos of celebrities in the past

Leonard “Chico” (1887–1961), Adolph “Harpo” (1888–1964) and Julius “Groucho” (1895–1977) Marx in a publicity still from the film “At The Circus” (aka “The Marx Brothers at the Circus”) directed by Edward Buzzell and produced by MGM, 1939. (Photo by Hulton Archive)

American actress Lindsay Wagner appears to hold a man in a Mini above her head during a visit to Britain to promote the television series “The Bionic Woman”, London, England, June 7, 1976. The car was actually hoisted by a care, which was out of sight of the camera. (Photo by Express Newspapers)

Arthur Howard, the British character actor demonstrates the intricacies of tank mechanism to Dora Bryan, the stage and film comedienne in a scene from the film “The Intruder”, directed by Guy Hamilton for British Lion, 1954. (Photo by Hulton Archive)

Al (1901–1965) and Harry (1906–1966) Ritz, two members of the comic team known collectively as the Ritz Brothers, are escorted through a gate by a security guard, circa 1935. (Photo by Hulton Archive)

Swedish pop stars (clockwise, from bottom left), Benny Andersson, Anni-Frid Lyngstad, Agnetha Faltskog and Bjorn Ulvaeus of ABBA at Brighton. 3rd April 1974. (Photo by Steve Wood/Express)

Young Indian actor Sabu (1924–1963) leaves Waterloo station in London on his way to New York, for the premiere of his latest film “The Drum”. 7th September 1938. (Photo by Stephenson/Topical Press Agency)

English actor Geoffrey Bayldon, playing Catweazle, the starring role in the children's television series “Catweazle Returns”, 9th October 1970. In one episode his tonic becomes mixed up with a fertilizer, resulting in a pair of ever-growing marrows. (Photo by Paul Fievez/BIPs)

Stuntwoman Connie Tilton, tough girl of British films, swings a man round on her shoulders. 18th August 1953. (Photo by Keystone)

A group of British troops who are on loan to the Gaumont-British Picture Corporation to act as extras in the film “O.H.M.S.” (aka “You're in the Army Now”), directed by Raoul Walsh. 16th July 1936. (Photo by Harry Todd/Fox Photos)

Circus strongman Paul Remos and his six and seven year old sons, who all appear in the revue Wonderful World, feeding a giraffe at London Zoo, circa 1950. (Photo by General Photographic Agency)

English comedian Ken Dodd lifting weights. 21st April 1966. (Photo by Wood/Express)

Glamorous strongwoman Joan Rhodes exercises her strength whilst tackling housework in her flat in Hampstead, north London, March 1958. (Photo by Ken Harding/BIPs)

Peri, from Everglades near Miami, Florida, known throughout the US as the only woman who can handle alligators, striking a pose from her alligator dance, circa 1950. (Photo by General Photographic Agency)

Actor H. B. Warner (1875–1958) struggles with a heavy trunk while Wally Patch looks on, in the “talkie” remake of the United Artists' film “Sorrell and Son”, 1934. (Photo by Hulton Archive)

Men, working on the site of Quaglino's new banqueting rooms, look on in amazement as strong-woman Joan Rhodes demonstrates her strength by lifts one of their co-workers. She is appearing in cabaret at Quaglino's restaurant and decided to visit the men working next door. 8th April 1958. (Photo by Reg Speller/Fox Photos)

1 comment:

  1. If I have oodles of gold bars and money, I'd definitely want to live the life of celebrities then.

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