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A mug shot of a 16 year old Clyde Barrow, half of the crime duo 'Bonnie and Clyde,' Dallas, 1926.
Bonnie Parker, not squinting into the sun while biting on a borrowed cigar, but with a relaxed face.

 
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Lisa Dalton, jean shorts and braless, dancing in Rick Derringer's 1975 Sloopy remake video. (Until she recently identified herself on YouTube, it wasn't known who she was.)



It's been falsely and widely assumed for decades that this previously unknown girl was Derringer's first wife Liz Agriss, and there was also a weirdly confused internet claim that she was Liz Brewer, the future events planner and etiquette teacher, but both have been conclusively debunked. (Their faces resembled the dancer's face, but photographs of both in the mid 1970's show they had bangs.)

A girl who's identified herself as Lisa Dalton's granddaughter has a profile picture on her YouTube account revealing that she shares the same facial features and part in her hair seen on the girl in that video over 45 years ago. (There are people trying to verify Lisa Dalton's claim of being the dancing Sloopy in that video, but I seem to be the only one who's thought about trying visual family resemblance recognition. Of course Lisa Dalton can't be expected to look like she did in 1975, but her granddaughter looks like that now.)

Liz Derringer remembered that she was just some unknown random girl who happened to be walking by during the filming of the video, spontaneously broke into dance, and the videographer thought it would be great to include her (making her the only good thing about Derringer's steel drum remake although the music here is his 1965 classic with The McCoys). Nobody asked her name, then she just walked off. (She's posted that she got paid $200 for her performance before walking away. It should've been at least $200,000. Her dancing has gotten tens of millions of views.)
 
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