Intriguing Vintage Photos Sure To Get Your Heart Pumping...

November 11, 2022

Pantless Shelley Long in the 1982 comedy "Night Shift"

As this collection of photos proves, the 1950s, 1960s, 1970s, and 1980s can boast some of the most beautiful people in history. These lovely ladies and gentlemen took advantage of the natural attributes they were born with to make a name for themselves in show business. Whether it was modeling for pin-up photos or starring in blockbuster films, these are a group of guys and gals who weren’t above showing a little skin to make sure that everyone remembered their names. As you scroll through, just remember to breathe as this collection of photos had our hearts racing. We won't lie, we zoomed in on the majority of these images to make sure we were seeing everything 'clearly'. Enjoy the trip remembering some key figures that were instrumental in most everyone's coming of age! ✌️


In this photo of actress Shelley Long in 1982, we see more of her that we got to see when she played the stuffy Diane Chambers on the hit TV sitcom Cheers. This photo was taken when she was filming the Ron Howard comedy, Night Shift, which also starred Henry Winkler and Michael Keaton. Long plays the scantily clad prostitute neighbor in this film. After filming on Night Shift wrapped up, Long was cast as Diane in Cheers, a role that required her to keep her pants on. Most of the time. 

American actress Julie Newmar as Stupefyin' Jones in the 1956 Broadway show "Li'l Abner"


Trained as a prima ballerina, Julie Newmar often made use of her dance background in the roles she played on the stage, on the big screen, and on television. In 1956, she appeared in the Broadway stage production of Li’l Abner in the role of the seductive and leggy Stupefyin’ Jones. In this 1956 photo, we see her in full costume, making a photocall backstage. She had plenty of time to make a few calls. She only appeared in about three minutes of the stage production. But that three minutes was enough to make an impression. Then Hollywood adapted the stage musical for the big screen in 1959, Newmar was called to reprise her role.