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Film, The Spy Who Loved Me (1977), character, Anya Amasova, actress, Barbara Bach, born American (1947), age 30 in year of film's release.

Film, The Spy Who Loved Me (1977), character, Anya Amasova, actress, Barbara Bach, born American (1947), age 30 in year of film's release.

The Beatles portrait, which shows the smartly-dressed foursome together after a gig, was commissioned by Diana Vreeland and taken by young British Vogue staff photographer Peter Laurie in 1964

Rarely seen portraits of The Beatles and Jude Law unveiled in London

The Beatles portrait, which shows the smartly-dressed foursome together after a gig, was commissioned by Diana Vreeland and taken by young British Vogue staff photographer Peter Laurie in 1964

Self Portrait-- Ringo Starr says he never took a photography course. "Nor a drum course. I just took photos. Some of them, the focus is not too good, but that's not important. If you just get that moment, that's what counts."     //  The Beatles: Ringo Starr's Never-Before-Seen Photos of the Fab Four

The Beatles: Ringo Starr's Never-Before-Seen Photos of the Fab Four

Self Portrait-- Ringo Starr says he never took a photography course. "Nor a drum course. I just took photos. Some of them, the focus is not too good, but that's not important. If you just get that moment, that's what counts." // The Beatles: Ringo Starr's Never-Before-Seen Photos of the Fab Four

Ringo Starr Cleans His House, Finds A Ton Of Lost Beatles Photos

Ringo Starr Reveals Lost Beatles Photos

Richard Starkey, John Lennon, Paul McCartney, and George Harrison (in Help!)

Richard Starkey, John Lennon, Paul McCartney, and George Harrison (in Help!)

George Harrison, self-portrait (double exposure), Paris, 1964, as featured in (and screen capped from) Living in the Material World “Well, George, you know, George had two incredible separate personalities. He had the love, bag of beads personality, and the bag of anger. He was very black and white.” - Ringo Starr, Living in the Material World

George Harrison, self-portrait (double exposure), Paris, 1964, as featured in (and screen capped from) Living in the Material World “Well, George, you know, George had two incredible separate personalities. He had the love, bag of beads personality, and the bag of anger. He was very black and white.” - Ringo Starr, Living in the Material World

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