The King and The Greatest met in Elvis' hotel room in Las Vegas in 1973.
During World War Two, while still Princess Elizabeth, the future Queen did her duty like everyone else during the war, serving as a truck mechanic in England.
Sammy Davis, Jr, Dean Martin, Frank Sinatra and Peter Lawford spend a legendary few months in Las Vegas in 1960 while filming the original Ocean's 11 movie.
The most awarded actress in history dodges the rain in NYC in 1979.
Then-Senator from Massachusettes John F. Kennedy and Jacqueline Bouvier were married on September 12th, 1953.
Joe DiMaggio and Marilyn Monroe were only married for a little over a year, but DiMaggio remained devoted to her even after they broke up. According to his lawyer, DiMaggio's last words before he died were, "I'll finally get to see Marilyn."
Fun fact: in 2017, Alice Cooper discovered an original Andy Warhol print in an old storage locker. He had owned the print since the '70s, but it had been rolled up in a tube in the locker for much of the last 40 years. It could be worth as much as $11 million dollars.
Grace Kelly grew up and lived out a dream that many little girls dream about: she became Princess Grace when she married Prince Rainier III of Monaco in 1956.
Michael (front) and his brothers in the '70s, right before MJ split for a solo career, which turned out to be pretty successful.
Robert Wagner And Natalie Wood were married twice. They first got married in 1957, when Wood was only 19. They divorced five years later but rekindled their romance in 1972 and were married again. They remained married until Wood's mysterious death in 1981. Wood drowned when she fell off a boat she was cruising on with Wagner and Christopher Walken.
The Beatle and The Rolling Stone, together, on the set of the Rolling Stones Rock and Roll Circus, where Lennon performed in the supergroup 'The Dirty Mac' with Keith Richards on bass, Mitch Mitchell on drums and Eric Clapton on lead guitar.
Ronald and Nancy Reagan in 1964, before Ronald began his political career.
One of the most legendary pairs in movie history, here they are later in life. It's important to remember, Ginger Rogers did everything Fred Astaire did, except backwards and in high heels.
There is nothing cooler than these three in this photo.
Richard Nixon was a bowler. He was a crook too, but he was also a bowler.
Papa in his element.
The Man In Black and Dylan during the recording of Dylan's Nashville Skyline album.
One of the all-time Hollywood greats. This photo from the '80s was taken shortly after she was diagnosed with Alzheimer's, which contributed to her death at 68.
The great Sidney Poitier poses with his Oscar trophy, after becoming the first African-American man to win an Academy Award for Best Actor.
This shot of two legends playing ping pong against director George Roy Hill was taken during the filming of 'Butch Cassidy and The Sundance Kid.'
Bette Davis wasn't just known for her acting on the silver screen (or her eyes), she was also an excellent radio actor in the days before television.
The award-winning beauty, Eva Marie Saint, in NYC in 1954.
The Queen Of Soul began her career at the famous Muscles Shoals studio in Alabama, where she is pictured here.
Fisher was only 19 when she starred as Princess Leia in the original Star Wars.
The two icons share a smoke.
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