Look Closer... Vintage Photos That Were Never Edited

By Sophia Maddox | August 15, 2023

Cindy Morgan as 'Lacey Underall' in a scene from the comedy film "Caddyshack," 1980.

Few things are as satisfying as a trip down memory lane -- and it's even better when you find something you didn't notice before. Because as Ferris Bueller said -- life moves pretty fast. Here are dozens of pictures of celebrities and remarkable people of yesteryear in all their beautiful, vintage glory. The glamour, the fashions, the hair -- whether classically elegant, effortlessly cool, or interestingly tacky, we shall not see their like again. Here's to the movie stars who were larger than life, here's to the rock stars who lived on the edge, here's to the comedians who still make us smile, here's to the bit players who had those moments of glory that changed their lives forever. It's all good, it's all groovy, and the rest is history.

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Young lady starts in radio, becomes a weather woman on local TV, sells green soap, and ends up in perhaps the most quotable comedy ever made -- no, it's not a Cinderella story, it's the Cindy Morgan story. She did indeed work as a radio DJ and newscaster while in college, and a meteorologist after graduation, but America got its first good glimpse of Cindy in national TV commercials, snuggling up to clean, beefy Irishmen as the Irish Spring Girl. She made her mark in movies as Lacey Underall, Judge Smails' bad-girl niece, in Caddyshack (1980), and went on to play Lora/Yori in Tron (1982).  

Caroline Kennedy taking her Raggedy Ann doll for a walk in a stroller and JFK tagging along. (1960) 

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The man who would be the leader of the free world was also a dad -- twice over. Photographers captured this father-and-daughter shot just two-and-a-half weeks after Kennedy had narrowly defeated Richard Nixon in the race for the Presidency of the United States. But this stroll around the block with daughter Caroline and her Raggedy Ann doll was no victory lap; rather it was a moment of normalcy for the President-elect in what was bound to have been a hectic day following a frenetic campaign. As election day had approached, so had another momentous event: The birth of another child. This picture was taken on November 25, 1960 -- the day John F. Kennedy, Jr. was born.