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Discussion in 'Photos & Video' started by Nancy Hart, Jun 12, 2018.
More fishing pictures
A better picture of the man on the right:
Josef Mengele, the Doctor of Death at Auschwitz
Guess you really can't judge a book by its cover...looks like a guy I might have even dated way back when.
Sam and Ted fishing....who'da thunk it?
George and Peter Harrison, visiting their sister, Louise, in Benton, Illinois in 1963.
I thought the Josef Mengele one was Arthur Godfrey until I saw his name.
Barbra Streisand & brother, Sheldon
Lauren Bacall and Humphrey Bogart follow a turkey on their wedding day at a farm near Mansfield, OH, May 21, 1945.
"I am not a Violinist"!
@Beatrice Taylor , who is that last one you posted? Sorry, I don't recognize some of those old pictures.
I think that's Jackie Robinson.
He was the first African American to be a vice president of a major American corporation and later a sportscaster for a major television network.
Eddie Van Halen and David Lee Roth at McDonald's, 1978.
In actual fact prince Charles was only at the coronation for 10 minutes... Said by the Queen in an interviews just this year .
I think he was already very spoiled even then..
Audrey Hepburn, UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador, Somalia, 1992
Wikipedia is full of information about the Marxes. The short version is five brothers, one of whom never acted, Gummo, another, Zeppo, who only did a little before moving on, and the three core brothers of stage, radio, and screen: Groucho, Harpo, and Chico. Stage names, yes, all ending in ‘o’ as was some fashion in their early years. Even Gummo who never took to the stage had an ‘o’ nickname to be consistent.
Marx_brothers_Tonight_Show.jpg From left to right: [do it yourself]
Chico because he chased women (chicks), Harpo because…. [figure it out]. Zeppo after the airship. Gummo because he crept around like a gumshoe. And Grocho because…. He preserved his mystique by giving numerous explanations over the years. Their parents immigrated to New York from Alsace, ethnic German Jews. No relation to Karl, the one without any sense of humour.