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10+ Hardly Seen Pics Of Celebs Bring You An Old School Vibe

Retro and antique photographs exude a unique atmosphere. Images captured prior to the turn of the millennium have their own unique aesthetic. It could be because it’

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Retro and antique photographs exude a unique atmosphere. Images captured prior to the turn of the millennium have their own unique aesthetic. It’s possible that this is due to the fact that it’s extremely unlikely that you’ll find two pictures that are exactly the same. In addition to that, it offers a glimpse into the past. On the other hand, we won’t be attempting to solve historical conundrums or recover long-forgotten details about well-known figures today. How about we take a trip down memory lane and take a look at the childhoods of some of our favorite celebrities instead?

This subreddit was created with that goal in mind. On the Old School Celebs subreddit, users upload rare photos of celebrities when they were younger and they have never been seen before. Simply continue scrolling down to see some of the most captivating photographs ever taken of famous people engaging in fascinating activities.

1. Robert Downey Jr, Anthony Michael Hall, And Uma Thurman, 1987

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2. Elton John And Cher (1975)

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Elton dated a number of well-known women prior to his relationship with David Furnish. He was married to Renate Blauel for four years (1983–1987), and he was previously engaged to Linda Hannon in 1970; Hannon recently spoke about Elton canceling their wedding.

3. Marilyn Monroe On A New York City Subway, At Grand Central Station In 1955

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“Imperfection is beauty, madness is genius and it’s better to be absolutely ridiculous than absolutely boring. ” Monroe

4. Whitney Houston, 1982

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The new original film that is being released by Netflix today is not a biopic about Whitney Houston despite the fact that the film is titled “Beauty.” On the other hand, this is not a film about Whitney Houston’s life. Or, to rephrase that, anyone who is familiar with the life of Whitney Houston would recognize the inspiration for this Netflix drama in the singer’s formative years, despite the fact that the singer’s name has been changed.

5. Tom Cruise, Emilio Estevez, C. Thomas Howell, Patrick Swayze, Ralph Macchio, Rob Lowe And Matt Dillon, ‘The Outsiders’ – 1983

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Two rival gangs of young people in rural Oklahoma have been at odds with one another for a significant amount of time: the Greasers and the Socials. As a result of a fight that results in the death of a member of the Social, Ponyboy (C. Thomas Howell) and Johnny (Ralph Macchio), two Greasers, are forced to go into hiding. Ponyboy and Johnny, along with the volatile Dallas (played by Matt Dillon), and their other Greaser friends won’t have too much longer to wait before they are forced to confront the consequences of their violent way of life. There are some Greasy who make heroic efforts to redeem themselves, but many more of them meet horrible ends.

6. Sofia Vergara Pre-Fame At Miami Beach, the Early 1990s

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She’s always smoking, real hot!

7. Rose Byrne And Heath Ledger, 1999

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“There was a wide range of us, from working performers to those who were unemployed,” Byrne remarked. Because of your nationality, you are considered foreigners and strangers; therefore, you must unite. Heath was a strong advocate for that. He arrived here early to start his job search, which was one step ahead of schedule. He played an essential role in facilitating not only my employment but also the employment of many others and access to housing.

8. Shakira, 1990

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The album’s second single, “Hips Don’t Lie,” was released in February 2006 and featured Wyclef Jean. It would become Shakira’s first number-one single on the Billboard Hot 100 and it would also top the charts in over 55 other countries.

9. Jodie Foster And Robert De Niro On The Set Of Martin Scorsese’s Taxi Driver, 1976

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“Jodie Foster has a soft spot in her heart for the role that brought her the most controversy.”

10. Stevie Nicks, 1980

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11. Winona Ryder For Rolling Stone, 1991

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According to Harper’s & Queen, Ryder got her name after hearing from her agent about the credit for her debut picture while listening to Mitch Ryder, a favorite singer of her father’s. Horowitz was not the family name when she was born; it was changed after she was born.

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