15 photos in which we hardly recognized celebrities

15 photos in which we hardly recognized celebrities

Categories: Celebrities

It's great that in addition to famous photos that are published in magazines, we can find really rare pictures of famous people, and I want to review them endlessly. Such photos cause us not only admiration and emotion, but also make us remember our childhood and idols.

We have collected for you rare photos of celebrities that will not leave you indifferent. I wonder if you recognize anyone on them.

15 photos in which we hardly recognized celebrities

15 photos in which we hardly recognized celebrities

Valery Leontiev and Igor Nikolaev, 1985 Photo by Sergey Borisov.

15 photos in which we hardly recognized celebrities

Eldar Ryazanov, Barbara Brylska and Andrey Myagkov at the presentation of the State Prize for the film " Irony of Fate, or With a light steam!". Photo by Igor Zotin.

15 photos in which we hardly recognized celebrities

Oleg Popov and Evgeny Morgunov buy a watermelon, 1968 Photo by Vyacheslav Un Dasin.

15 photos in which we hardly recognized celebrities

Yuri Nikulin is on vacation with his wife and son Maxim.

15 photos in which we hardly recognized celebrities

Vladimir Kuzmin and Alla Pugacheva, 1986. Photo by Sergey Borisov.

15 photos in which we hardly recognized celebrities

Joseph Brodsky and Vladimir Vysotsky, New York, 1979. Photo by L. Lubyanitsky.

15 photos in which we hardly recognized celebrities

Meeting at Isaac's, 1982. Photo by Sergey Borisov.

15 photos in which we hardly recognized celebrities

Actors Olga Vikland, Sergey Martinson and director Alexander Ptushko on the set of "Tales of Tsar Saltan", 1965

15 photos in which we hardly recognized celebrities

Young Sergey Shnurov, 1987

15 photos in which we hardly recognized celebrities

Nikolai Rybnikov with his daughters Arisha and Alyona. Photo from the personal archive of Alla Larionova.

15 photos in which we hardly recognized celebrities

Schoolgirl Larisa Dolina at the audition in the ensemble "Wave".

15 photos in which we hardly recognized celebrities

Guests of the Central Television Studio: Yuri Gagarin, Vyacheslav Tikhonov, Valentina Tereshkova and Ivan Lyubozhnov, 1963

15 photos in which we hardly recognized celebrities

Alexander Malinin, as part of the VIA "Sing guitars", performs the song "Ata-baty". Czechoslovakia, 1979

15 photos in which we hardly recognized celebrities

Writer Sergey Mikhalkov with his son Nikita, 1952

15 photos in which we hardly recognized celebrities

Rinat Dasaev, Evgeny Leonov and Khoren Oganesyan, 1982

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