Непубликувани фотографии от дома на Джак Никълсън в Ел Ей, 1969

Джак Никълсън е у дома си! Колкото и рядко да се е случвало това събитие в живота на знаменития актьор, фотограф на LIFE magazine се сдобива с неговото благоразположение. Малко след като с лекота е очаровал публиката като волния адвокат в легендарния филм на Денис Хопър „Волният ездач”, през септември 1969 г. 32-годишния Джак отваря вратите на своя нов дом на Mulholland Drive в Ел Ей. Негов съсед е идолът му Марлон Брандо, а феноменалната гледка към Franklin Canyon е запечатана на снимки, които никога не са публикувани в списание LIFE.

Първи уроци по пиано, актьорът като баща и почит към любимия жълт Фолксваген „костенурка” – поглед към живота на младия Джак Никълсън в снимки.

Jack Nicholson at home in Los Angeles, 1969. In an issue of LIFE from March 1970, the magazine noted that Nicholson "is a rock fan who enjoys his music with a headset."

Jack Nicholson at home in Los Angeles, 1969.

Jack Nicholson at home in Los Angeles, 1969.

Jack Nicholson plays with his daughter, Jennifer, on the deck of his home overlooking Franklin Canyon, Los Angeles, 1969.

Jack Nicholson and his daughter, Jennifer, on the deck of his home overlooking Franklin Canyon, Los Angeles, 1969.

Jack Nicholson and his daughter, Jennifer, on the deck of his home overlooking Franklin Canyon, Los Angeles, 1969.

Jack Nicholson and director Bob Rafelson chat on the deck of Nicholson's home, Los Angeles, 1969.

Jack Nicholson looks at film negatives at his home, Los Angeles, 1969.

Jack Nicholson clowns around at his home with a picture of his friend, the film director Bob Rafelson, Los Angeles, 1969.

Jack Nicholson at home in 1969, taking his first piano lesson with teacher Josef Pacholczyk, prior to starring as a classical pianist-turned-roughneck in the 1970 classic, Five Easy Pieces.

Jack Nicholson at home in 1969, taking his first piano lesson with teacher Josef Pacholczyk, prior to starring in the 1970 classic, Five Easy Pieces.

Nicholson at home in 1969, taking his first piano lesson with teacher Josef Pacholczyk, prior to starring in the 1970 classic, Five Easy Pieces.

Jack Nicholson in his beloved Volkswagen convertible, Los Angeles, 1969. According to notes by writer Judy Fayard that accompanied Arthur Schatz's film when it was sent to LIFE's offices in New York, Nicholson said that "anyone out here who doesn't drive a Volks is either ostentatious or stupid."

Jack Nicholson - wearing what typewritten notes by writer Judy Fayard called "his standard driving regalia: peaked cap, Grand Prix medallion and yellow shades - in his yellow Volkswagen convertible, Los Angeles, 1969.

Jack Nicholson drives his yellow Volkswagen convertible, Los Angeles, 1969.

Снимки: Arthur Schatz, The LIFE Picture Collection via vintag.es

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