20+ Rare Celebrity Photos From the Past We Wish We’d Seen Earlier


Nowadays with magazines, television, and the internet flooded with countless celebrities’ pictures and videos, it’s always a pleasure to see some of their rare candid pictures showing them at home, on set or in other situations hidden from the public eye. Stay with us if you want to see Audrey Hepburn during one of her early auditions, Arnold Schwarzenegger walking through Munich in his swimming trunks, Salvador Dali sunbathing on a boat and a bonus picture showing the participants of the first beauty contest in the USSR

Here at Bright Side, we gathered truly rare pictures from the past that show scenes from celebrities’ lives only a few people have ever seen before

Arnold Schwarzenegger walking through Munich in swimming trunks in order to promote his own gym, 1969

Elvis Presley giving a final touch to his hairdo with the help of a pocket mirror, 1956

Rex Harrison and Audrey Hepburn when filming My Fair Lady in the 1960s. They had to lean rather than sit to keep their clothes neat.

A 12-year-old Albert Einstein, 1891

Brigitte Bardot with a bunch of gladioli

Salvador Dali sunbathing on a boat at Port Ligat, 1953

Robert De Niro and Catherine Scorsese (Martin Scorsese’s mother) in the 1980s.

Donna Summer with her new album, 1976

Charlie Chaplin, The Gold Rush, 1925

Francis Ford Coppola and Marlon Brando on the set of The Godfather, 1972

Abraham Lincoln’s “spirit photograph” by Harry Houdini in the 1920s

Prima ballerina, Alicia Markova, 1959

Barack Obama riding a tricycle, circa 1965

Grace Kelly and her son Albert, 1967

Harrison Ford and Steven Spielberg taking a break while shooting Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade, 1989

Brad Pitt, 1988

Pablo Picasso and Francoise Gilot with some children in the 1950s

Audrey Hepburn during an audition in London, 1948

Jack Nicholson in the 1960s

Claudia Cardinale, 1962

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Bill Murray and Sigourney Weaver, 1984

Bonus: The first beauty contest in the USSR, 1988

source: brightside.me

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