Martin Luther King Jr. confers with Marlon Brando in 1964.
Marilyn Monroe let her makeup artist Allan "Whitey" Snyder photograph her without makeup — a rare occurrence.
Adolph Hitler serves as best man at Joseph Goebbels' wedding.
Norma Jean Dougherty — later to be known as Marilyn Monroe — poses for David Conover (before she went platinum blonde), the photographer credited with discovering her.
Queen Elizabeth during World War II.
Muhammad Ali talks a man out of jumping in 1981.
Pablo Picasso as Popeye in 1957.
Model turned war photojournalist Lee Miller took this self-portrait in Hitler's bathtub after his suicide.
Elvis Presley in 1958, the year he was inducted into the U.S. Army.
Frank Sinatra in 1939, asking Lou Gehrig for an autograph.
Sophia Loren sizes up Jayne Mansfield in 1957.
Muhammad Ali (then still known as Cassius Clay) with the Beatles in 1964.
Osama Bin Laden (second from the right, in a green shirt and jeans) poses with his family in the 1970s.
Anthony Perkins stands by as Audrey Hepburn gives Pippin, her pet deer, some bubbly in 1959.
Osama Bin Laden snapped this photo after practicing judo.
Arnold Schwarzenegger plays tourist on his first visit to New York, in 1968.
Harley-Davidson founders William Harley and Arthur Davidson pose on two of their company's motorcycles in 1914.
Future president Bill Clinton shakes hands with John F. Kennedy.
Charlie Chaplin sans makeup, with Albert Einstein in 1931.
Marilyn Monroe meets Queen Elizabeth II in 1956.
Pablo Picasso chats with Brigitte Bardot in 1956.
A woman dons a Max Factor hangover mask, designed to reduce puffiness, in the 1940s.
Sofia Loren prepares for a swim in 1961, as a friend appears to relieve himself in the background.
Swedish director Ingmar Bergman, an early admirer of Steven Spielberg, checks out Bruce, the great white shark in "Jaws."
Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer's mascot, just before his roar is captured for the MGM logo.
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Hit singles of the '70s and early '80s that had only one mission—to make you get up and dance
The Backwoods Barbie who became a country-pop icon
Major stars whose performances landed on the cutting room floor
Long-running shows that went out with a bang
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