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Alfred Hitchcock and the MGM Lion Leo having tea together.
Wooden bathing suits made in 1929 that were supposed to make you more buoyant.
A fugitive being dragged by border patrol so that he doesn’t escape the USA and enter Mexico.
A portable TV concept created in 1967.
The participants of the Miss Lovely Eyes competition in Florida held in 1930.
Sound finders were used in World War I to figure out which way enemy planes were coming from.
Women in 1942 would paint their legs to look like they were wearing stockings.
In 1930, a policeman judges an ankle contest.
A brewery delivers kegs on a spitfire to troops fighting in Normandy.
Everyone in New York in 1939 wore a hat.
People in Paris avoid getting wet in the flood by stepping on a series of chairs in 1924.
The real-life Christopher Robin and Winnie The Pooh.
Steven Spielberg taking photos of some of the set pieces that were made as miniatures for the first Indiana Jones movie Raiders of the Lost Ark.
A lone man refusing to do the Nazi Salut, 1936.
Fidel Castro and Che Guevara fishing in 1960.
The aftermath of D-Day as two boys watch from a tree while American soldiers drive through Saint Lo in France.
A black police officer protects a member of the KKK during a rally in 1983.
Test pilot George Aird flying the English Electronic
Lightning F-1. He had to eject himself out of the plane after losing
control of it.