30 Amazing Rare Photos From The Past You've Never Seen Before. #7 Is Terrifying

Mug shot of Bill Gates when he was arrested for driving without a license

That fine probably SERIOUSLY set him back

Robin Williams suiting up with some cheerleaders

A boxing match in Yankee Stadium

Diane Keaton and Al Pacino on the set of The Godfather

Just when I thought I was out, they pull me back in…LOL JK!

Bruce Lee tearing it up on the dance floor

Arnold Schwarzenegger on his first visit to NYC

What a friggin’ tourist!

Some children dressed up in their costumes as "Halloween people"


Albert Einstein, kicking back in some fuzzy slippers

After outlying the theory of relativity it’s important to get some rest and relaxation in

Osama Bin Laden with his Judo classmates

A child wearing artificial legs

On set of the 1966 Batman

The last photo taken of the RMS Titanic before she foundered

Steve Jobs spending some quality time with Bill Gates

I think I see where those ads came from… shoeless Steve is DEFINITELY a Mac, and button-up Bill is DEFINITELY a PC!

Jimi Hendrix and Mick Jagger

The Beatles goofing around with Muhammad

Although let’s be honest if he wanted… he could’ve laid them all right out

Martin Luther King, Jr. and Marlon Brando

Charlie Chaplin and Albert Einstein

Charlie Chaplin and Mathatma Gandhi

Marilyn Monroe and Sammy Davis, Jr.

Great photobombing, Sammy!

The construction of the Golden Gate Bridge

Malcolm X picking Fidel Castro's brain

Or perhaps Fidel Castro picking Malcolm X’s brain?

A survivor of the Nagasaki bombing in 1945

Muhammad Ali talking a man down from committing suicide

The last time the Beatles were photographed together

Buzz Aldrin taking a selfie from space

One small picture for man, one giant leap for social media crazes

The construction of Mt. Rushmore

A little bit of golf during the construction of a skyscraper in 1932

It’s aaaaall in the hips

Teenage Barack Obama

Commander-in-Chief of the basketball court!

An elephant water skiing in 1950

An accordion player mourning the death of FDR while playing at his funeral

H/T: Reddit