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And now for something slightly different. A few more photos of San Franciscans by Dorothea Lange 1930s-40s

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And now for something completely different!

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John Cleese in his heyday from Monty Python. Circa 1969. Cleese was the Ice Cube of Monty Python.

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John Cleese and the late Graham Chapman in their pre-Monty Python days. Chapman was the Eazy E of Monty Python.

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Everybody knows the infamous Dead Parrot Sketch!

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Graham Chapman (1941-1989)

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Graham looking spiffy on Monty Python's Flying Circus in 1969 with a dark blazer, paisley tie, and yellow dress shirt you dig!

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Graham in the 1970s after Python ended and became popular in the USA thanks to PBS!

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Graham Chapman with his trademark pipe.

Monty Python was the NWA of British Comedy! And they had style!
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Paul Bowles

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Here's some pictures of Charleston, SC radio stations past. They had style.

From WTMA Radio.

WTMAJimDiamond03.jpg Jim Diamond in the late 1960s, he was very Mad Men!

WTMAWayneLong03.jpg Wayne Long in circa late 1960s.

BoobyNash06.jpg The legendary Booby Nash in his heyday!

BobRileyBoobyNash.jpg Booby and Bob Riley.

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WTMABooby06.jpg Booby and John Trenton. Man I wish I had a shirt like Mr. Trenton had on.

JohnTrenton3smaller.jpg The late John Trenton in the early 1970s. Who loves yellow dress shirts?

JohnTrenton4.jpg John Trenton in the early 1970s. My favorite picture.

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KeithNichols3.jpg The late Keith Nichols in 1973.

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Lovely lapels.

 

via Tumblr / GQ

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Good vibrations? God only knows!

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Lovely lapels.

 

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THIS is the image that always comes to mind when thinking about the absolute elegance and ease with which he dressed and moved.  I'd mug Spoo if I thought I could achieve this level just once before I croak!

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Good vibrations? God only knows!

Ah the good old days when bands wore matching outfits.
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Ah the good old days when bands wore matching outfits.[/quote

Or Soloists who were elegant: The Duke of Earl

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The Beach Boys' signature short-sleeved bold striped buttondowns were classic you dig! RIP Dennis and Carl Wilson.
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Pendletons, they were.
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Miles Davis...

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