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Not originally published in LIFE. Muhammad Ali outside the Alvin Theater where James Early Jones is starring in the play The Great White Hope, New York, 1968. todo un icono; un mito. el ejemplo de ver en silencio una epoca pasada resplandeciente

A Who's Who of '60s pop culture: Marilyn, Sinatra, Brando, the Beatles, Liz Taylor, Elvis, Brigitte Bardot, Natalie Wood and more.

Desde Leaving Neverland, hasta la trayectoria de Muhammad Ali, estos son los 12 imperdibles y en ocasiones polémicos documentales que debes ver en HBO. La entrada 12 documentales imperdibles que debes ver en HBO aparece primero en Dónde Ir.

Desde Leaving Neverland, hasta la trayectoria de Muhammad Ali, estos son los 12 imperdibles y en ocasiones polémicos documentales que debes ver en HBO. La entrada 12 documentales imperdibles que debes ver en HBO aparece primero en Dónde Ir.

The expressions, the simmering contempt, the outfits, the saturated colours – what’s not to love about this image of Ali and George Foreman taken before Ali’s second fight with Jerry Quarry?

Our picture editor, Jonny Weeks, has selected his favourite photographs of Muhammad Ali from the archives. The selection includes pictures of some of Ali’s most memorable fights as well as many distinctive portraits from his life outside the ring

Muhammad Ali (Cassius Clay) Shadow Boxing, Louisville, Kentucky, 1963  "I photographed Muhammad Ali, then Cassius Clay, at his parents' house after he had won the Golden Gloves Championship. During the day he would shadowbox in the living room if he was not playing monopoly with the kids in the neighborhood or riding his bicycle with them." -Steve Schapiro. TIME

The list of people Steve Schapiro has photographed during his career reads like a Who's Who of the most influential politicians, celebrities and newsmakers in American history over the last five decades. But his new book gives readers a look at his lesser-known and previously unpublished work.