The most famous kisses

The most famous kisses

Categories: World

6 July is world kiss day. On this day, we have gathered for you the most famous kisses, captured in films, TV series, news and art.

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The most famous kisses

The most famous kisses

1. "Now and forever"

Lancatser Burt and Deborah Kerr in one of the most legendary embraces in the scene of the film, 1953. Cult scene on the beach filmed in Hawaii. (Everett Collection)

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2. Gone with the wind

"You urgently need to kiss," said Clark gable in the role of RETA Buttler Vivien Leigh as Scarlett in the cult film of 1939. "You should be kissed...and often. And we need to do that, who knows how to do it." (Everett Collection)

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3. "Brotherly kiss"

This graffiti Dmitry Vrubel – one of the most famous on the Berlin wall. Created in 1990, the figure depicted kissing "brotherly" Leonid Brezhnev and Erich Honecker. Graffiti erased in March 2009. (Steve Eason / Getty Images)

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4. In 1950, French photographer Robert Doisneau made his most famous shot: "Le baiser de l'hôtel de Ville" - photo kissing on a busy street in Paris. The became an international symbol of young love in Paris. (© Robert Doisneau, courtesy of Bruce Silverstein gallery)

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5. Al Gore and his wife Tipper kiss after his speech at the opening night of the Democratic Congress on July 26, 2004 in Boston. Energetic kiss caught the attention of the public. In 2010 the couple parted Gore after 40 years of marriage. (Mark Wilson / Getty Images)

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6. In the romantic 1990 film "Ghost" the love between the characters demi Moore and Patrick Swayze defeated even death. (Everett Collection)

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7. "It's a wonderful life"

In the 1946 film, James Stewart played a resident of a small town caught in such despair that he was ready to commit suicide. He married his longtime love, Donna Reid. From the deadly step off the bridge saves him a guardian angel who shows him what life would be like if he hadn't been born.

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8. "Lady and the Tramp"

Cute Cocker Spaniel named Lady fell in love with the Tramp – a mongrel from the street. Their famous kiss remember all who watched this cartoon, they ate spaghetti, took one, and met in the middle. (Everett Collection)

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9. Britney Spears and Madonna kiss during a speech at the ceremony of awarding the prize "MTV Video Music Awards" in 2003. Spears said that kiss suggested Madonna. (Frank Micelotta / Getty Images)

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10. "Breakfast at Tiffany's"

Holly Golightly (Audrey Hepburn) jumped from a taxi in the rain to kiss your loved one (George Peppard) in this classic film of 1961. (Everett Collection)

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11. "The Princess bride"

Carrie ELVs and Robin Wright in the movie 1987. The saying was: "Since the advent of kiss all five of them call the most passionate and pure. Here is one of them." (20th Century Fox)

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12. Planet of the apes

First kiss "between species" in the movie appeared in the 1968 film. Chimpanzee psychologist Dr. Zira (Kim Stanley) met the injured astronaut George Taylor (Charlton Heston) and helped him to recover. Before you fly, Taylor gave her a kiss goodbye. (Everett Collection)

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13. "An officer and a gentleman"

Richard Gere in naval uniform suddenly appeared from the factory of Debra winger in the finale of this film in 1982. He kissed her and took with him to loud applause from her colleagues. (Everett Collection)

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14. "Star wars: the Empire strikes back"

Han Solo (Harrison Ford) and Princess Leia (Carrie Fisher) succumbed to the force of mutual attraction in the second film of the series "Star wars." (20th Century Fox)

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15. "The notebook"

Allie (Rachel McAdams) and Noah (Ryan Gosling) kiss passionately in the rain after several years of separation. Even the disapproval of family and the presence of the bridegroom are unable to separate them in this romantic film of 2004. (Everett Collection)

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16. "Kiss," 0 iconic 1889 marble sculpture French sculptor Auguste Rodin. The creation of the masterpiece was inspired by the story of Paolo and Francesca from "the divine Comedy" by Dante. (Getty Images)

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17. One of the first series, which openly promoted the rights of gays and lesbians - "Roseanne" - was aired in 1994. In one series of Roseanne Barr and Mariel Hemingway kiss in a gay bar. It was one of the first same-sex couples kissing on TV. (ABC)

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18. Prince William kisses his wife Kate, the Duchess of Cambridge, on the balcony of Buckingham Palace after the wedding ceremony 29 April 2011. The girl at the bottom of the frame immediately became a sensation on the Internet. (Leon Neal / AFP - Getty Images)

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19. In the role of Lieutenant Uhura Nichols kissed white actor William Shatner as captain James T. Kirk in the series star Trek, released 22 November 1968. This kiss is often called the first "race" on TV. (Everett Collection)

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20. "Sixteen candles"

In this film, in 1984, few will forget the 16th birthday of Samantha (Molly Ringwald). Fortunately, at the end of the film, she still kissed the guy of her dreams (played by Michael Shuffling) next to a cake with 16 candles. (Everett Collection)

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21. "When Harry met Sally"

A kiss on New year's eve between Harry (Billy Crystal) and Sally (Meg Ryan) is one of the most recognizable in film. (Everett Collection)

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22. "Spider-Man"

Peter Parker, aka Spiderman (Tobey Maguire) in the ears in love with Mary Jane Watson (Kirsten dunst) in this 2002 film. The kiss they had one of the most unusual. (Everett Collection)

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23. Perhaps one of the most recognizable photos of the kiss: a sailor and a young nurse in times Square after the surrender of Japan in 1945. Joyful moment on camera filmed the photographer Alfred Eisenstadt. (Alfred Eisenstaedt / Time & Life Pictures)

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24. About that kiss said everything after the ceremony of awarding the "2007 MTV movie awards": actors will Ferrell (left) and Sacha Baron Cohen received the award for "Best kiss"...a kiss. (Kevin Winter / Getty Images)

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25. "Titanic"

The famous kiss of rose (Kate Winslet) and Jack (Leonardo DiCaprio) on the deck of the Titanic. Received 11 Oscars the film was the first who made a more than a billion dollars. (Everett Collection)

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26. "Sleeping beauty"

Princess Aurora had to die in her 16th birthday. Thank God, the good witch enchanted her, so she just fell asleep and only the kiss of a handsome Prince could Wake her up. Prince Philip was quite beautiful, he kisses her and they lived happily ever after. (Everett Collection)

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27. Miner Osman Araya kisses his wife Angelica after he was pulled from the mine in San Jose, where he spent the rest of the 33 miners 69 days. (Martin Bernetti / AFP - Getty Images)

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28. "Twilight"

Kristen Stewart and Robert Pattinson kissing in the movie "Twilight" in 2006. Vampire Edward is not easy to kiss, as his instincts may lead to the fact that he will simply drink all her blood. (Summit Entertainment)

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29. In this scene from the third film in the James bond movie "Goldfinger" James bond (Sean Connery) passionately embraces and kisses of pilot pussy Galore (honor Blackman). Is there any movie about James bond in which he kisses the blonde? (Getty Images)

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30. "The godfather 2"

"I know it was you, Fredo — you broke my heart," — says Michael Corleone (al Pacino) to his brother-the traitor (played by John Casale), before to kiss him in one of the key scenes of the Saga of the Godfather. (Paramount Pictures)

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31. "Casablanca"

"You must remember this: a kiss is just a kiss", as sung in the song "As Time Goes By" in the 1942 drama that many consider to be one of the best in Hollywood. In the film Humphrey Bogart and Ingrid Bergman portray lovers torn apart by the Second world war. (Everett Collection)

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32. "The kiss" is probably the most famous work of Gustav Klimt (1862-1918) was. It depicts a kissing couple in different shades of gold on a bronze background. (Getty Images)

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33. The famous photograph taken during the chaos on the streets of Vancouver, June 15 2011. The riots gave hockey fans after losing the team "Vancouver Canucks" in the Stanley Cup finals. (Rich Lam / Getty Images)

Keywords: Love | Cartoon | Kiss | Movie

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