We all know that “the good old days” were more than good, they were awesome. People had a sense of style, taste, and class that seems to be missing these days.
A young, dashing Harrison Ford.
Awesome pictures. Thank you!!!
The good old days, from the best of the best…When Hollywood had real actors that acted — because they loved doing what they did in front of the camera. Instead of now, where they worry more about the fame, money and how big an estate they live in…
So sad to see that elegance has been lost in the last years, hope that these photos are kept to show future generations of what we had and they have destroyed…somethings are good, medical equipment for saving life…those are great, but much of the technology has made people “ignorant s” they have lost family and people contact..they do not know how to speak, read and write….. I surely pray that the generations to come will start to rebuild all this that has been lost and forgotten, because if it keeps it up, too much technology living like bums.
I totally agree…
I 150% agree, I often think about the good old days and I’m only 58, but it just makes me sad that so much has changed due to technology and artificial intelligence. I don’t think I’ve ever seen a map (remember the old paper road maps) in anyone’s hands in over a 15 years!
Another class act was Robert Redford in his early days. The Great Gatsby my favorite, and The Horse Whisperer
I use paper maps all the time. The thing that drives me crazy today is, people staring
into their smartphones, mindlessly. I actually still have a flip! Technological dinosaur,
and I like it that way.
People had style, class , grace and pride. Less make up, less fake body parts, less nakedness was key. Nothing is left to the imagination now with everything being on display. The ship of Class has long sailed.
I loved, loved these photos. It certainly brought back so many lovely memories. Thank you for making me smile.
Love the photos, especially because they are black and white.
I miss all the great actors and the class that they gave us…
<3 Love this XO
Lovely, even dashing and superb!
Really miss those days
Absolutely. I agree with everyone. It was a pleasure & exciting to get all dressed up for a date
I am from the 60’s and am so so happy I had the chance to experience a wonderful era.
Awesome!!! Loved the black and whiteness of ‘em and everything else too,,,,
Awesome pics ! Yes there was people with class. Shame that it is not like that now.
Movie stars in those days were classy and elegant. Very aware how they appeared in public. They walked the red carpet with confidence smiling at the crowd. They didn’t take time out to pose one hour for the cameras.
People today dress like slobs. Even when they have the means to do better.
Gorgeous – the people, the clothes, the hair. The way they cut men’s suits back then – oh my ! You just don’t see that anymore. And of course the women’s clothes. But – not to get too nostalgic – life could be harder back then too. The advances in medicine primarily since even the 50’s and 60’s. I wouldn’t have wanted to live with cancer or HIV or anything back then. Still don’t want to live with those things but thank God for the advances.
The pictures shown were the ultimate of class. In today’s society there is absolutely no class. The so called celebrity is in a costume, jeans and tee shirt or a dress that shows far to much skin to be classified as class. They never try to show their intellect or decorum in any setting. Certainly never try to gain respect of their fans!
Ah the good old days when the movies were full of beautiful people that actually entertained us and did not try to push their political views down our throats.
Celebrities had “class” back then. They didn’t revel in being “trashy”, that’s the only way I can think to put it.
These days so many people think they have to act outrageously in order to be noticed.
I loved the man on the skateboard–that was “true class”
I love the look but I have to admit that I really wouldn’t enjoy having to wear a dress, stockings, heels, and don’t forget the girdle, every time I stepped out of the house. But please scrap the yoga pants and pajama bottoms in public.
Our first date before we were married was at a soda fountain just like the one that is pictured here in the early 50’s. We are enjoying our 66 years of marriage this coming November.
Ditto to everything said! It is a shame that dress and actions have fallen so far. I also hope that the future holds some return to those gracious habits!!
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