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The Queen: 13 Surprising Facts

She may never have given a press interview but she is one of the most famous women in the world. Here are 13 surprising facts you may not know about Queen Elizabeth II.

The Queen Has Always...

The Queen Hates Potatoes.

The Queen Inherited...

Top 10 Laziest Countries

So who are the most slothful countries in the world? We look at who has the world's most physically inactive population.

10 - MALAYSIA

The Scientific Journal...

9 - UNITED ARAB EMIRATES

62.5% Of The Uae's...

8 - GREAT BRITAIN

How Very Disappointing...

Britannic and Olympic - Titanic's Sisters

In the centenary year of the launch of Britannic, Titanic's nearly-identical sister ship, British Pathé takes a look at the forgotten ships in the Olympic class.

It Is Easy To Forget...

Rms Olympic Was The...

Documentaries On The...

Greatest Conspiracy Theories

Elaborate murder plots, sinister technology, secret plans and bizarre assumptions - these are just some of the ingredients that make up a conspiracy theory. Here are 10 of the...

Roswell UFO Landings

In July Of 1947, A...

Shakespeare is not Shakespeare

The Authorship Of...

9/11 - An Inside Job

Ever Since The...

History's Greatest Replies and Insults

Verbal warfare at its best! Here are some of history's greatest retorts and snarling insults. These people certainly didn't mince their words.

Bette Midler on Princess Anne:

“she Loves Nature,...

Valentino Liberace to a critic:

“thank You For Your...

John Barrymore

After A Day's Filming,...

Miraculous Medicine

From the development of vaccines to the creation of 'bionic' limbs, these films illustrate some of the greatest advances in medicine. Not for the squeamish!

Vaccination

Edward Jenner's Early...

Germ Theory

During The Mid...

Anaesthesia

Whist Improved...

Fascinating Finds!

From Lord Lucan on film to the day that a young Princess Elizabeth fell in love with Prince Philip, these are some unique pieces of footage that show rare moments or people you...

Lucky Lucan

It's Strange To Think...

A Princess Falls in Love

This Image From 1939...

The Controversial Salute in front of Royalty

On The Left Hand Side...

Clothe Your Eyes

Sunglasses were primarily a form of protective eye gear designed to protect our eyes from bright sunlight. Since the 1940s, they have become a fashion accessory for the general...

Size Does Matter....

The Midnight Cowgirl....

Queen Mary At The 1928...

A Royal Birth: The Countdown Begins

The world's media will shortly be descending on West London. Journalists are poised, parking bays at St Marys Hospital have been suspended and the paparazzi are cleaning their...

A Hospital Birth

Prince William Was The...

Birth Companions

When Princess...

A Busy Ward

There Have Been...

10 More Tragedies Caught on Film

Following on from '10 Tragedies Caught on Film', we bring you part 2 and ten more tragedies that were captured when the reels were recording.

B24 Bomber Shot Down

This Plane Was...

Tragic Speedway Crash into Crowd

Penrith Speedway In...

Cameraman Killed when Bomb Accidentally Explodes

This Is The Last View...

1963: A Turbulent Year

By any standards 1963 was a tumultuous year and a year to remember. It flipped between being a time of optimism and hopefulness to a gloomy and profoundly depressing year. The...

The Big Freeze

This Is Not A Sight...

Beatlemania

In February 1963, A...

Beatlemania

Beatles Fans Shriek...

1913 Derby: Emily Davison Killed

On June 4 1913, suffragette Emily Wilding Davison made her way in to the history books of political protest when she fell under the hooves of George V’s horse at the Epsom...

Emily Davison

On June 4 1913,...

The Suffragettes

Davison Had Studied At...

A Militant Suffragette

Davison Left Her...

10 Dangerous DareDevils

Adrenaline junkies are nothing new. The Pathe archive is awash with films of men and women pushing the boundaries of life in death defying acts. These thrill seekers were...

Houdini Copycat

Things Turned Ugly...

Over Niagara Falls in a Barrel

In August 1951,...

1920s Superwoman!

Notice One Of The...

Twenty Acts Of Terror

Terrorism is nothing new. As early as 1885 the first bomb exploded on the London Underground. Even before then, terrorist groups had made their respective marks - the "People's...

 New York, USA 1919

Probably The Earliest...

 New York, USA 1920

The Same Anarchists...

 Liverpool, UK 1920

Later That Same Year,...

Winston Churchill's Finest Quotes

The great politician and orator Winston Churchill left behind a sea of humourous quips and discerning quotes. With the news that Churchill is to feature on a new £5 banknote,...

Winston Churchill:

“you Have Enemies?...

Winston Churchill:

"I Have Nothing To...

Lady Astor:

“winston, If I Were...

Prime Ministers' Funerals

As thousands of mourners including World leaders and dignitaries are getting ready to pay their respects to Margaret Thatcher, we take a look at the funerals of previous British...

William Gladstone, 1898

This Image Is Taken...

Andrew Bonar Law, 1923

Lord Asquith Remarked...

Herbert Henry Asquith, 1928

Mourners Gather For...

Conquering Everest: 60 Years On

In 1953, in the ninth British expedition to attempt the first assent of Mount Everest led by John Hunt, New Zealander Edmund Hillary and Nepalese Sherpa Tenzing Norgay reached...

June 1924 expedition to Everest

The 1924 Expedition...

The 1924 Expedition Team

The 1924 Expedition...

The 1924 Summit Attempts

The First Attempt Was...

Alcatraz: Battles and Escapes

On 21 March 1963, Alcatraz federal prison closed its crumbling doors and walls to criminals forever. During its 30 year history as a penitentiary, The Rock hosted many dramas...

The Rock

1.5 Miles Offshore...

Residents

Alcatraz Accommodated...

1937 Bank Robbers Escape

Two Convicted Bank...

World's First Helicopters

Helicopters have matured from unsteady, erratic machines that struggled to lift the pilots off the ground, into stylish contraptions with exceptional flying capabilities. Pathe...

The Aerial Screw

The Word 'helicopter'...

The Helicopter Balloon

This Weird And Comic...

The Flying Octopus

This Helicopter Had...

10 Great Urban Myths

We’ve all heard them and we are all probably guilty at some point of perpetuating a story which we believe to be true. Urban legends are those stories that are handed down by...

JFK:

Legend Has It That...

Albert Einstein failed maths at school

This Myth Has Been...

The lighthouse and US Naval Ship

This Is The Transcript...

Death Row in Wartime: 8 Images

Whilst Pathe didn’t shy away from screening very real and very harrowing footage; films showing someone’s life end by execution were not generally shown to the public....

Richard Jarczyk, Nazi Spy

23 April 1945 In The...

Execution by Firing Squad

This Sombre Image...

Preparing for death

In The Same Deserted...

Don'ts for Husbands, Wives and Valentines

Amuse yourself by taking some tips from the 'Don'ts for Wives and Husbands' which was published 100 years ago. Taking heed will bound to make your Valentine very happy!

 Warm His Slippers

"Don't Think It...

Health

"Don't Let Your Wife...

Be a Snappy Dresser

"Don't Let Your...

Munich Air Disaster

On 6 February 1958 a charter plane with 44 passengers on board crashed after refueling in Munich. The crash claimed the lives of 21 people including 8 members of the Manchester...

The Busby Babes

When Matt Busby Took...

1958 European Cup

The Team Achieved...

 Flying to Munich

The Match Tied 3-3...

Children during War

10 telling images showing children in wartime.

Child of Hiroshima

A Symbol Of Hope And A...

War Rationing - Carrots on a Stick

War Rationing Was Just...

Happy Easter Kids!

Kids Could Forget The...

Holocaust Memorial Day

Holocaust Memorial Day takes place on 27 January each year. These images from Auschwitz and Belsen help to remember the horrors of the Holocaust.

Auschwitz: Little Girl...

A Grave Inside...

Belsen: Female...

Faces of Evil

Over its history, the Pathe cameras filmed a number of people who committed heinous crimes. So in no particular order, these images show ten faces of truly evil men and women.

Ilse Koch

Surrounded By Other...

General Idi Amin

This Ruthless Dictator...

Joseph Stalin

Joseph Stalin The One...

Buchenwald Concentration Camp

Buchenwald was one of the largest of the Nazi concentration camps. These images are taken from footage that was filmed after Buchenwald's liberation. At the time of broadcast...

Set Up In July 1937,...

Buchenwald Is German...

Most Of The Early...

Animals Doing Shocking Things

From chickens being wine tasters to horses diving off 60ft platforms; humans have always made animals do people things in the name of science or entertainment.

Diving Horse from a 60ft platform

A Very Cruel And...

Chicken Wine Tasters

Yes You Have Read This...

Kangaroos Boxing

Now Considered A Cruel...

Ten Tragedies Caught on Film

British Pathe captured many extraordinary events on film over its 80 year history but sometimes the cameras were switched on when tragedy struck. From Franz Reichelt's death...

Death Jump – Eiffel Tower

In February 1912, The...

The 1913 Derby

Prior To The First...

Frank Lockhart - 1928

The Legendary American...

Great Moustaches

November is now Movember where men across the globe grow their moustaches to raise awareness of prostate cancer. In light of this, British Pathé have delved in to their archive...

Salvador Dali's Famous...

Rapunzel, Rapunzel,...

"I Mustache You A...

1890s Traffic Scenes

The British Pathe Early Traffic Scenes film has to be one of our most interesting newsreels. The film provides a montage of clips filmed around the UK in the 1890s. But it's not...

Outside Bank of England, 1897

The Traffic Looks...

Sunderland Bridge, County Durham, 1896

A Grainy Still Of A...

Boar Lane, Leeds, 1903

Pedestrians And Horse...

Fanaticism: Teenage Hysteria

Hysterical fans were sent wild in the 60s by the likes of The Beatles, Rolling Stones and Cliff Richard. These wonderful stills taken from the Pathé archive show teenage female...

Cliff Richard Has...

Fright Night. In Fact...

Female Fanaticism And...

Bunny Girls: Inside Playboy

The 1960s saw Hugh Hefner opening up his Playboy Clubs across the world. Those hostess showgirls wedged in to satin corsets and sprinkled with bunny ears and bow ties are still...

Bunny Girl Definition

A Bunny Girl Is An...

Why Bunny?

Hugh Hefner Has Said...

Bunny Boot Camp

Fledgeling Bunnies...

WWI: 10 Telling Images

10 telling images selected from British Pathé's extensive WWI footage. 'The war to end all wars' was a war without parallel: over 70 million military personnel were involved...

The Pipers

Over A 1000 Pipers...

No Man's Land

The Area Of Land...

Gas

A Poisonous Gas Attack...

WWI: Animals in War

Animals are often the forgotten army of World War I. Millions of animals gave their lives to help the forces on all sides. They were selected for their variety of natural skills...

Dogs in warfare

Dogs Played Crucial...

The War Horse

The Role Of The Horse...

Horse Casualties

Equine Casualties Was...

WWI: Shell Shock Victims

Images from WWI. These disturbing stills shows the effects of shell shock on war soldiers. War neuroses was little understood at the time and victims received little care or...

The thousand yard stare

This Is Private Ross...

Shaking and fitting

A Man Has Fallen To...

Swaying and nose wiping tic

This Is Private Read,...

Fifty Years of Bond

British Pathe followed the James Bond franchise since its first days. This gallery runs through some of the people, places and things that spring to mind when we think Bond,...

Moore the merrier

Following Sean...

Go on then George!

We Feel Bad Now, So...

Bond girls

With Each James Bond...

British Pathe's Freshers Guide

This is British Pathe's Freshers Guide for students starting university. Lots of newspapers have written Freshers Guides with a bit of a heavy focus on drinking, drugs and...

Get to know your professors

Because You'll Need...

Be selective when it comes to making friends

Otherwise You'll Be...

Don't fall asleep on nightbuses

Don't Fall Asleep On...

10 All Time Greatest Questions

So what are the greatest questions of all time? The BBC magazine did an investigation and here we present 10 of them.

Do men have cellulite?

Women Know All Too...

Why do your fingers and toes wrinkle if left in water too lo

Ready For A Quick...

Why does sunshine make you happy?

Why Does Sunshine Make...

10 Amazing Transport Inventions

Private UFOs, flying bicycles, motorised wheels - Pathe's archive is awash with fabulous films of canny and creative transport inventions; some of them could have revolutionised...

The Flying Platform

A Fabulous Way For...

Jet Packs

James Bond Was Using...

Flying Drainpipe

Your Very Own Personal...

Gigantism - Extreme Bodies

Super sized humans have always attracted much attention and fascination and even our clips about the tallest people in the world are very popular with our viewers. So we thought...

Robert Wadlow 1918-1940 – 8ft11. Tallest man in History.

Born In 1918, Robert...

Robert Wadlow cont...

In This Still, Robert...

Ted Evans 1924-1958 - 7ft8

According To The Pathe...

Elvis Presley: 35 years on

Elvis Presley died 35 years ago, on 16 August 1977. 70,000 of his fans will make their annual trip to Graceland where they will hold a candlelight vigil for the King of Rock n...

'It's a duty I've got to fill and I'm going to do it'

Elvis Received His...

'I've never met a better group of boys'

By The 28th March,...

'He's just like us'

After His Basic...

50 Classic Cameras

This gallery picks out a selection of the several thousand classic cameras to appear in the British Pathe archive, a treat for amateur and professional photographers alike!

#1

British Pathe Are Of...

#2

Here We See A Young...

#3

This Is A Pathe News...

Life on a Submarine in '68

British Pathe visited the nuclear-powered submarine HMS Dreadnought S101 in 1968. This gallery shares our naval findings from that day!

0600

Wake Up Call. Time To...

0610

You'd Think With...

0611

Don't Forget To Wear...

Marilyn Monroe's Last Night

Marilyn Monroe would be 86 if she were alive today. Her death has been a subject of conjecture for the last 50 years but not surprising considering the key witnesses that...

Film Fanfare - No 23 - Section 1 & 2

Marilyn Monroe Was...

Who visited Marilyn the day before she died?

Like Many An Iconic...

The Housekeeper

Marilyn’s...

When Sports Go Wrong

A collection of sporting accidents and catastrophes that British Pathe caught on camera.

Devon Loch Disaster

This Was The 1956...

Foinavon

The 1967 Grand...

Donald Campbell

The British Speed...

Top 10 Unusual Sports

We've all been a bit sported out here at British Pathe, what with the London Olympics, Wimbledon and Ascot - all major events that feature heavily in our archive. So to top off...

 TEN: Cycle Skating

The Precursor To...

NINE: Blindfold Boxing

Four Men In A Ring...

EIGHT: Roller Skiing

Roller Skiing Is A...

Unaccepted Olympics Sports

The Olympics events that never made it. Official Olympic events used to be held alongside unofficial ones, at the same place and time. These demonstration sports were added to...

Ballooning

Men's Ballooning Was...

Pigeon Racing

Pigeon Racing Was...

Cannon Shooting

Cannon Shooting Was A...

Lost Olympic Sports

From Pelota to Polo and from Art Competitions to Tug of War; the Olympics have abandoned many sports over the last 120 years. Some were much loved (baseball) and some less so...

Art Competition

Yes You Read That...

Jeu de Paume

"What's This?" You...

Basque Pelota

This Ancient Sport...

Vertigo: Nerves of Steel

Life before health and safety laws. Men had to earn money to provide for their families and our gallery shows the extraordinary dangers construction workers went to in order to...

New York City in 1934

An Unknown Skyscraper...

Cleaning the Empire State Building, New York, 1938.

Doesn't It Make Your...

Woolworth Building, New York, 1931

Teetering On The Edge....

Get The Wimbledon Look

Another British summer, another gripping Wimbledon tournament. There are lots of great Wimbledon videos in our archive that you can watch here on this site. Here are some of our...

Strawberries and cream

Art Imitates Nature...

Throwing shade

This Blue Flower Pot...

Hitting the net

Truck Driver's Vest...

Best Dressed Dogs

The arts of dressing dogs, associated with films like Legally Blonde and vapid celebrities like Paris Hilton has actually being going on for decades. The British Pathe archive...

Tweed

We Had To Include This...

Fur

We Thought Queen Mary...

Leather

Perfect For Taking...

Royal Beauty: Princess Anne

This British Pathe gallery celebrates the fascinating life of Princess Anne on her 62nd birthday. Anne, the Princess Royal, is one of the Royal Family's most understated and yet...

Blue blooded woman

Princess Anne Is...

The first to arrive

Here's Princess Anne...

Leading the way

Here Princess Anne Is...

The Queen's Day Off

We are used to seeing The Queen in her official role but what does she enjoy and get up to in her spare time? We've delved into the archive to find some stills that capture Her...

The Honeymoon

It's The Traditional...

The Motherly Queen

The Queen's First Role...

The School Run

Although The Queen's...

Queen Around The World

The Queen is the most well-travelled lady in the world. Her Majesty has made nearly 400 official overseas visits and has toured almost every country in the world. When it comes...

Inheriting the Earth

In 1952, Upon Her...

Queen of Fiji

When Elizabeth Came...

A Tour of Lahore

In 1961 The Queen...

Princess Elizabeth Windsor

We've searched the British Pathe archive to find beautiful still images from our newsreels and cinemagazines of The Queen in her youth. See the story of Her Majesty's early...

Introducing Elizabeth

In 1926 The Duke And...

The Braemar Highland Games

At The Age Of Four...

Elizabeth Growing Up

Here Princess...

The Queen's Hats

In this Diamond Jubilee celebratory gallery of The Queen's hats we take you on a journey of millinery wisdom that we hope offers insight into Her Majesty's enviable knack for...

Hat Tricks

Her Majesty Has Been...

Rule 1: Wear it with pride

It May Sound Obvious...

Rule 2: Make it work in black and white

This Was Of Utmost...

The 1908 London Olympic Games

In 1908, following the shock eruption of Mount Vesuvius, London had to host the summer Olympics. British Pathe observed from the sidelines, cameras rolling. Here are 15 still...

Flexibility

The 1908 Olympics Were...

English Weather

Some Things Never...

Going Swimmingly

The Pool For The 1908...

Prince Philip's Classic Quotes

The Duke of Edinburgh has many talents, but it is his unique way with words that often receives the most attention. Whether it's women, race, religion or astronauts, Prince...

International...

May 2013 And Philip...

In February 2013, On A...

Grace of Monaco

With the news that Nicole Kidman is set to play Grace Kelly in a film, the Pathe archives have delved deep to find pictures that remind us of this beautiful Oscar-winning...

Introducing Grace

Before Her Acting...

Grace Yourself

Grace Kelly Is Of...

Making Movies

Some Of Grace's Best...

Titanic: 15 Telling Images

15 stills selected from the reels in British Pathe's Titanic Centenary Collection with information alongside, including original Titanic newsreel titlecards, shots of survivors...

The Unsinkable

Look Closely And You...

Fitting out the Titanic

For The 15,000 Men Who...

The Titanic sea trials

Here We See The...

10 Forgotten Child Stars

The entertainment industry has always had a "start 'em young" mentality, be it Britney Spears or Justin Bieber. But before that the limelight often fell on actual children -...

Pat Wilson

At The Age Of 2 Years...

Freddie Hodges

70 Years Before Tom...

Petula Clark

Of Course Petula Is By...

Britain's Got Talent: Hopeful Stars of the Past

British Pathe started filming talent contest style variety shows and "turns" at the start of the last century. Although none of these hopeful stars are still with us, their...

The Man with X-Ray Eyes!

You're So...

The Beggers-Belief Baby Impersonator

You Big Baby... Old...

Bendy Ellen the Shady Elastic Lady!

Bend For Yourself......

London Olympics Etiquette Guide

All eyes are on London as the Olympics hit the capital. The city will be brimming with people from all corners of the world. Every culture has its distinct customs and...

Doing the A-Ok sign

Watch Out, The Ok Sign...

The Smile

Whilst This Gesture Is...

Never call a Canadian an American

At Your Peril That You...

Gourmet of Yesterday

They say you shouldn't play with your food but the truth is Britons love to make visual masterpieces out of their meals. Our archive gives fascinating insight into the history...

1. We can't believe it's butter!

What On Earth Are...

2. You've got egg on your neck

Take A Sharp Knife And...

3. Lemon Queasy

Lemons Are Always...

The Death of King George VI

To mark the 60th anniversary of the death of King George VI, we've created a gallery featuring stills from a selection of original British Pathe newsreels. Celebrating our last...

A Man Holds A Copy Of...

A Lovely Shot Of King...

A Small Crowd Gathers...

Women In Trousers - Shocking!

Dresses are seen as feminine garments, some ladies only sport them for special occassions whilst others won't be seen dead in a dress these days. Yet back in the mid 20th...

The Leather Look

Jane Here Was A...

Stepping Out

Despite Trousers...

Over The Threshold

If Men Can Wear Kilts...

Bestselling UK Music Acts Ever

British pop music emerged in the mid-to late 1950s, and has dominated the world charts ever since. With a wealth of pop history in it's archives, British Pathé salutes some of...

10. Fleetwood Mac

Founded By Peter Green...

9. Engelbert Humperdinck

Born Arnold George...

8. Dave Clark Five

The Dave Clark Five...

What Makes Britons Great?

The British are said to be reserved in manners, dress and speech. They are famous for their politeness, self-discipline and sense of humour. British Pathé, a great British...

The Weather According...

Queuing "Ok. Leave...

Drinking The Average...

Bloodiest WWII Battles Caught on Film

World War II accounted for over 60 million deaths and innumerable lives shattered. Over a 6 year period, battles and assaults raged inexorably on almost every continent in the...

Battle of Stalingrad

Casualties:...

The Battle of Berlin

Casualties: 1,298,745...

Battle of Moscow

Casualties: 1,000,000...

Pathé's Guide to Etiquette

The British have always been famous for their manners. From work life and romance to table manners and body language, guiding lights like Debrett's and George Routledge have...

Handshakes

A Handshake Is A...

Tipping

In The Uk, Tipping In...

Don't Eat With Your Mouth Open

Don't Eat With Your...

Famous Last Words

From well-constructed and contrived quips to completely natural and seemingly spontaneous comments, there's something fascinating about people's last words. British Pathé...

Thomas Edison

“it Is Very...

Ernest Hemingway

“good Night, My...

Max Baer

“oh God, Here I...

Very Weird Weddings

Wedding traditions and customs vary greatly between cultures, ethnic groups, religions, countries, and social classes. So no surprise then, that as well as filming some of the...

Trapeze Wedding

"The Wedding...

Trapeze Wedding

And Here Are The...

Wedding in a Lion's Den

12 Coolest Swimming Hats

Forget the tightly fitted, unflattering, rubber swimming caps we are all familiar with today. The 1960s saw colourful, flowery and exotic bathing caps come into vogue. Here are...

This Is The 'trumps'...

'top Notch' Is The...

This Very Feminine...

Most Dangerous Pets

Keeping exotic and dangerous pets in the 60s was in vogue. You just had to nip down to your local Harrods to pick yourself up a lion. And it certainly wasn't that unusual to see...

Boa Constrictor

These Muscley Reptiles...

Chimpanzee

Due To Their...

Leopard

These Agile Predators...

8 Great British Smiles

For centuries the people of Britain have had a reputation for being dentally challenged. British Pathé decided to investigate whether there was any basis for this age-old...

Poor Dention Of The...

In Mexico The Common...

British People Drink...

Before They Were Famous

British Pathé filmed the 20th Century's biggest names, some of them before they even became famous. Click through and guess who these soon-to-be celebrities were when first...

As A Carefree Student...

1966 International...

1969 And The Rolling...

Pathé's Hollywood Goddesses

Cinema was one of the biggest cultural developments of the 20th Century. The rise of Hollywood would introduce us to a new of age of glamour and beauty, the scale of which had...

Sophia Loren

Born Sofia Villani...

Brigitte Bardot

Brigitte Anne-Marie...

Elizabeth Taylor

Elizabeth Rosemond...

Prince Charles - The First 21 Years

Prince Charles, Prince of Wales was born on 14 November 1948. As the heir to the throne, he has led a life in the spotlight from the moment he was born. The Pathe cameras...

14th November 1948, A...

Prince Charles' Great...

The Most Famous Baby...

10 Best Bachelor Pastimes

Whether you're a lonely man looking for a new hobby or a happily partnered hipster looking for something on the side - our Bachelor Pastimes gallery is for you! If you sign in...

Making things out of bottle tops

Chris Here Is A...

Building very realistic model Cathedrals

Welcome To Measham In...

Micro-Thatching in Micro Shorts

For Those Bachelors...

15 Craziest Ladies Glasses

Glasses became a fashion accessory in the 1950s. They were glamorous, sensational and often outrageous. Specs were colourful creations, designed to beautify a woman and for the...

Jean Here Is Wearing A...

Complimenting The Lips...

Is Margaret Laughing...

10 Biggest Weddings of the 1960s

We've scoured the entire British Pathe archive picking out our favourite celebrity marriages of the 1960s. Some lasted a lifetime, others ended in tears. Let us know what you...

10. Johnny Hallyday marries Sylvie Vartan 1965

Two Of France's...

9. Tommy Steele marries Anne Donague 1960

It Seems...

8. Cathy McGowan marries Hywel Bennett 1970

In January 1970...