60s fashion/Mini skirt-Beat Girls
Television's 'Beat Girls' dance troupe - Dee-Dee Wilde, Lorelly Harris, Diana South, Babs Lord, Penny Fergusson and Felicity Colby - "take off" at London Airport, where they were leaving for Venice with the Luvvers pop group. They are schedlued to perform at a lavish party planned by Universal Pictures after the premiere of 'Farenheit 451', the official British entry at the Venice Film Festival. * Wearing dazzle-striped mini-skirts, white sweaters and white boots. Sixties fashion (60s). Mini skirt.
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Portrait by John Hedgecoe - Profile of Queen Elizabeth II - Shot for a new set of
Portrait by John Hedgecoe - Profile of Queen Elizabeth II - Shot for a new set of postage stamps in 1966 and in constant use for at least the next 34 years.
This copyright image is held exclusively by TopFoto, the exclusive representative of the late Professor John Hedgecoe. He took the image in 1966, specifically for the creation of the Royal Mail?s stamp, with over 200 billion copies sold so far and counting. Hedgecoe photographed Her Majesty, then Arnold Machin made a plaster cast from the photograph, Hedgecoe then took another photograph, this time of the cast, which has been used on the Royal Mail stamps ever since.
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Entertainment - Viewers' and Listeners' Association's Annual Award - Cliff Richard - London
Pop singer Cliff Richard (l), who received from television personality Malcolm Muggeridge (centre) the National Viewers' and Listeners' Association's Annual Award for his "outstanding contribution to religious broadcasting and light entertainment," said Mary Whitehouse, the Association's General Secretary. Holding the award with Cliff is guitarist Hank Marvin (r).
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