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Saturday, February 6, 2016

Groovy Flashback: TIME Covers 1960 - 1969


To celebrate TIME magazine's upcoming 93rd birthday (on March 3), I thought it would be fun to look back at some of the pop culture icons, political figures and LGBT stories that have graced its cover over the years. So let's continue with 23 covers from the 1960s (click here to see covers from 1923 to 1959):

Lyricist and librettist Alan Jay Lerner & composer Frederick Loewe (Camelot on Broadway) - November 14, 1960


First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy - January 20, 1961


Sophia Loren (Two Women) - April 6, 1962


Joan Baez - November 23, 1962


Richard Burton (Cleopatra) - April 26, 1963


Barbra Streisand (Funny Girl on Broadway) - April 10, 1964


Today's Teenagers - January 29, 1965 (silkscreen painting by Andy Warhol)


The World According to Peanuts - April 9, 1965


Rock 'n' Roll - May 21, 1965 (The Beach Boys, Petula Clark, Trini Lopez, The Righteous Brothers, Herman's Hermits, The Supremes)


Broadway producer David Merrick - March 25, 1966


Lauren Bacall (Cactus Flower on Broadway) - July 29, 1966


Julia Child (The French Chef) - November 25, 1966


Julie Andrews (Hawaii) - December 23, 1966


Playboy's Hugh Hefner - March 3, 1967


Lynn and Vanessa Redgrave (Georgy Girl, Morgan!) - March 17, 1967


Sandy Dennis (Up the Down Staircase) - September 1, 1967


Bonnie and Clyde - December 8, 1967


Aretha Franklin - June 28, 1968


Laugh-In's Dan Rowan & Dick Martin - October 11, 1968


Dustin Hoffman and Mia Farrow (John and Mary) - February 7, 1969


The Sex Explosion (actors in Off-Broadway's Oh! Calcutta!) - July 11, 1969


The Homosexual in America - October 31, 1969


Raquel Welch (Flareup, Myra Breckinridge) - November 28, 1969

2 comments:

joel65913 said...

Another great collection. Love the Redgrave sisters and Sophia Loren covers in particular. Sophia's, though it looks like her and it doesn't, really captures a feeling of a certain period of Italian art.

Marc Harshbarger said...

Glad you liked the post, Joel - and I agree with you about the Sophia Loren cover.