Discovering Lost Era: 60s and 70s Gems

With her 1983 Scarface performance, Michelle Pfeiffer's career took off.

With her unique style in the 1970s, Jane Seymour became famous in Hollywood.

Bold colors and unusual styles ruled the 1970s fashion world. 

At 15, punk rock icon Joey Ramone wanted to be a famous musician.

By 1963, Jerry Garcia was a successful musician at 20.

Janis Joplin, 27, became one of music's most significant artists in 1970.

No group typified the 1970s' unfettered humor more than Second City TV's Eugene Levy, Dan Aykroyd, Gilda Radner, Rosemary Radcliffe, and John Candy.

Cybill Shepherd was one of the most attractive and sophisticated 70s TV women. 

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