Kate Moss, Johnny Depp & Iggy Pop
London, 1996: Cool Britannia is in full-swing, and Kate Moss is one of its most famous faces. Iggy Pop’s an honorary member, too, thanks to his presence on the Trainspotting soundtrack.
Clearly, the two are meant for each other... That is, unless Johnny Depp, Moss' fella at the time, has anything to do with it.
Bowler hat. Baggy trousers. Moustache. When Charlie put them on, he became 'The Tramp', the movies’ first and most famous icon.
Take them off – and he’s just like any other bloke. On the pull.
Anthony Perkins & Audrey Hepburn
Hollywood, eh? You can always count on debauched movie stars to try and get an animal pissed.
Believe it or not, there's a reason for this mad behaviour: the deer was Perkins and Hepburn's co-star in 1959 jungle-girl romance Green Mansions .
Circa 1955, when a fresh-faced Dennis Hopper starred alongside James Dean in Rebel Without A Cause and Giant , nobody could have predicted the mad career he'd enjoy.
Except, just once, when Dennis had a premonition of the future. That quizzical / embarrassed look translates as: "Super Mario Bros...What was I thinking?"
The Deneuve Sisters
Catherine Deneuve shares a quiet moment with sister (and fellow Nouvelle Vague starlet) Françoise Dorléac.
Sadly, after the two appeared together in 1967’s Les Demoiselles de Rochefort , Françoise was killed in a car accident.
"Wait a minute, this isn't my megaphone!"
Kubrick on the set of A Clockwork Orange - amazingly, this was the least offensive image we could find from that film.
Filming 1956's cowboy saga Giant clearly made its mark on Liz.
She didn't even wait for the wardrobe department before practicising the moves that lassoed her multiple husbands.
We're guessing Quentin Tarantino hadn't seen this photo when he cast Roth as a foul-mouthed, sharp-suited Reservoir Dog .
Wannabe stars, take note: rent boy chic has never been fashionable. Just because Roth got away with it doesn't mean you should follow his example.
Diane Keaton & Woody Allen
For a while, circa 1977's Annie Hall , Diane (ditzily cute) and Woody (wittily neurotic) were the Brangelina of their day. How times have changed.
What's not clear from this shot is that Woody is pushing Keaton out of the bed to make room for Mia Farrow.
Before he stopped shaving, pulled on a poncho and went 'Without A Name' for Sergio Leone, Clint was like any other clean-cut 1950s kid.
This home snap of Clint with first wife Maggie Johnson is notable for the jazz records scattered across the floor, a subject Clint would explore in 1988's Bird .