Uncensored Groovy Photos Expose Way More Than Expected 

By | May 12, 2022

For most the thought of history class was boring, the constant memorization of facts and important dates, never much fun. In this sense, seldom do we find historical pictures to be entertaining, or even interesting enough to capture our attention. Luckily we have gathered together some delightful and spirited images to help capture some nostalgia and bring some light to your day. We hope looking back on these images helps bring back great memories and even better times because we know it does so for us. Whoever said you couldn't learn and have fun at the same time must have never heard of Groovy History.

This article originally appeared on our sister site: Groovyhistory.com

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Flirty girl Brigette Bardot

Brigitte surely knows how to turn heads with that white swimsuit and sultry look. No wonder she was one of the major sex symbols in the 1950’s and 1960’s. 

The French actress, singer, and model often referred to by her initials, B.B., shocked the world when she walked away from her career at just 39-years old.

This early retirement may have been prompted by her exhaustion and a desire to focus on animal rights but it also immortalized her former image. Her onscreen presence is now encased in amber, a separate lifetime from the one in which she exists now.

Muhammad Ali and his winnings (1974)

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They don’t call him “The Greatest” for nothing. Here, Ali stands in a vault with (literally) a pile of money at his feet. He rightfully earned it all in the boxing ring while he floated like a butterfly but stung like a bee. It was October 30, 1974, when 32-year-old Muhammad Ali knocked out champ George Forman and became the heavyweight champion of the world (for the second time).  It happened during the eighth round of the match in Kinshasa, Zaire, appropriately titled “Rumble in the Jungle.”

Ali was representative for African pride during the 60s Civil Rights Movement. He was against the Vietnam War, refused to be conscripted into the military, and was arrested for draft evasion. and stripped of the boxing titles he earned. This win in Zaire made him the second dethroned champ in history to successfully regain his belt.