Found between the leaves of some inconsequential book (translation: I forgot which one), these young actors are forever young on this accidental bookmark.
Dustin Hoffman and Mia Farrow (their images anyway) were supposed to travel back to Time for a new subscription for the sender. At least that's what Time Magazine hoped with this magazine insert. Instead, they went directly into a contemporary hardbound book (that much I remember) and now to the vast impermanence of cyberspace via this blog.
The Time Archives dates this piece to February 7, 1969.
Hoffman would have been coming off an astounding pair of films, The Graduate (1967) and the soon-to-be-released Midnight Cowboy (1969), with Little Big Man (1970) on the horizon. He was definitely in a zone.
Mia Farrow had scored big with Rosemary's Baby (1968) and would be paired with Hoffman later in 1969 with John and Mary.
And you could find both appearing on this 1969 Time Magazine cover in a timeless, youthful pose. Forty years ago.