1956 Alain Mimoun  (France) JO de Melbourne Australie

1956 Alain Mimoun (France) JO de Melbourne Australie

Christine Caron, que tout le monde appelle Kiki, est championne de France du 200 mètres dos pour la troisième fois. L’année suivante, elle battra le record du monde du 100 mètres dos. Gracieuse, naturelle, spontanée, elle est la coqueluche des Français… et du général de Gaulle ! A découvrir sur la Galerie Photo Paris Match AVEC photoservice.com !

Christine Caron, que tout le monde appelle Kiki, est championne de France du 200 mètres dos pour la troisième fois. L’année suivante, elle battra le record du monde du 100 mètres dos. Gracieuse, naturelle, spontanée, elle est la coqueluche des Français… et du général de Gaulle ! A découvrir sur la Galerie Photo Paris Match AVEC photoservice.com !

Jo Jones Trio: Jo Jones (drums), Ray Bryant (piano), Tom Bryant (bass), 1956, Musidisc Records, France released. #nowspinning #nowplaying #vinylcollection #vinyl #jazz #JoJones #jazzdrummer #jazzdrum #music

Jo Jones Trio: Jo Jones (drums), Ray Bryant (piano), Tom Bryant (bass), 1956, Musidisc Records, France released. #nowspinning #nowplaying #vinylcollection #vinyl #jazz #JoJones #jazzdrummer #jazzdrum #music

Alain Mimoun franchissant en vainqueur la ligne d'arrivée du marathon olympique, en 1956 à Melbourne. (Photo AFP)

Alain Mimoun est mort

Alain Mimoun franchissant en vainqueur la ligne d'arrivée du marathon olympique, en 1956 à Melbourne. (Photo AFP)

Audrey Hepburn (as Jo Stockton) photographed by Bud Fraker in Paris (France), during the filming of her new movie “Funny Face”, in June 1956.

Audrey Hepburn (as Jo Stockton) photographed by Bud Fraker in Paris (France), during the filming of her new movie “Funny Face”, in June 1956.

The actress Audrey Hepburn (as Jo Stockton) photographed by Bud Fraker in Paris (France), during the filming of her new movie “Funny Face”, in June 1956. Audrey was wearing: • Coat: Hermès. • Pants: Rose Bertin (of black twill cotton, of the...

The actress Audrey Hepburn (as Jo Stockton) photographed by Bud Fraker in Paris (France), during the filming of her new movie “Funny Face”, in June 1956. Audrey was wearing: • Coat: Hermès. • Pants: Rose Bertin (of black twill cotton, of the...

The actress Audrey Hepburn (as Jo Stockton) photographed on a location in Montmartre, the famous bohemian neighborhood of Paris (France), during the filming of “Funny Face”, in May 1956. Audrey was...

The actress Audrey Hepburn (as Jo Stockton) photographed on a location in Montmartre, the famous bohemian neighborhood of Paris (France), during the filming of “Funny Face”, in May 1956. Audrey was...

Isabelle Leclercq. This texture resembles layered paper or wood. I like the transition between vertical and horizantle elements--it creates movement

Isabelle Leclercq. This texture resembles layered paper or wood. I like the transition between vertical and horizantle elements--it creates movement

thefashionofaudrey:  The actress Audrey Hepburn photographed by Willy Rizzo at the Château de la Reine Blanche in Coye-la-Forêt (a commune in the Oise department, in northern France), for the publicity of “Funny Face”, in May 1956. Audrey was wearing: Dress: Givenchy (of silk linen with short sleeves in the kimono style, a pale yellow background with a print of flowers inspired in the paints of Van Gogh, created specially for the wardrobe of her character Jo Stockton, and inspired in a model…

thefashionofaudrey: The actress Audrey Hepburn photographed by Willy Rizzo at the Château de la Reine Blanche in Coye-la-Forêt (a commune in the Oise department, in northern France), for the publicity of “Funny Face”, in May 1956. Audrey was wearing: Dress: Givenchy (of silk linen with short sleeves in the kimono style, a pale yellow background with a print of flowers inspired in the paints of Van Gogh, created specially for the wardrobe of her character Jo Stockton, and inspired in a model…

Portrait dédicacé de Mistinguett (1875-1956), chanteuse française de music-hall, dans "Paris-Miss", Casino de Paris, 1929-1930

Portrait dédicacé de Mistinguett (1875-1956), chanteuse française de music-hall, dans "Paris-Miss", Casino de Paris, 1929-1930

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