Unedited Vintage Photos That Have Never Been Touched

By | February 14, 2023

Chevy Chase and Goldie Hawn in the comedy "Foul Play" 1978.

Step back in time and discover a world before the age of photo editing software. These vintage photographs capture a simpler era, when the only filter was the one on the camera lens. From the free-spirited youth of Woodstock, to the rise of legendary performers like a young Mick Jagger, to the sleek lines of classic muscle cars, these images offer a glimpse into the past, unaltered and raw. These photographs, taken in the 60s, 70s and 80s, have been preserved in their original state, and it's all the better for it.

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Initially produced as a tribute to the films of Alfred Hitchcock, Foul Play is about a woman who’s trying to convince the San Francisco police that she’s been attacked by a mysterious albino. Hawn and Chase play off one another like Nick and Nora Charles throughout their San Francisco escapade, which makes it wild that the producers were at one point going to cast Farrah Fawcett in Hawn’s role.

Even though critics were middling on the film, it still received a series of award nominations and it inspired a short lived television series with the same name in 1981. 

Sharon Stone, 1985.

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Sharon Stone went to New York in the late ‘70s to become a model, and later went to Europe where her career middled. She came back to New York City in 1980 and dove into the acting world. She quickly earned a background spot in Stardust Memories. Following that role she appeared in a series of small television and film roles without ever having a breakthrough.

In 1985 she began a run of B-movies beginning wth King Solomon's Mines, an Indiana Jones rip off produced by Cannon Films. It would be another five years before she appeared in Total Recall