- Aside from James Dean, Rock Hudson, around the time of All That Heaven Allows
- Probably heavily because I don't watch that many Classic Hollywood movies, a lot of the actors look the same to me.
- Tyrone, without a doubt.
- Tyrone, Cary Grant, and Randolph Scott.
- I always thought Robert Walker was very hot looking.
- Once, years ago, I posted a picture of Paul Newman here, and said, "After young Brando, he was the most beautiful man who ever lived." Someone responded that Brando's beauty only lasted a few years, whereas Newman was a handsome man his entire life and therefore, won out over Brando. I agreed. So, because he lived and died and truly handsome man--Paul Newman.
- OMG, Robert Walker looks like Tammie Brown!
- Handsome and someone who looked like he was good in bed?
- Gregory Peck! Those lips...!
- Handsome and someone who'd fuck you and laugh when he was done?
- There were so many handsome men in classic Hollywood it's really hard to pick just one. I mean we've got Paul Newman, Cary Grant, Rock Hudson, Gregory Peck, Montgomery Clift, Gary Cooper, Rod Taylor, Clint Walker, just off the top of my head.
- Handsome and a dirty little punk?
- Handsome and up for a twink three-way?
Gilbert Roland and Ramon Novarro
- I agree with r11, so here's my entry...Joel McCrea.
- Dustin wins. Thread closed.
- Montgomery Clift. I am linking to a picture, since this thread is useless without pics :)
Sal Mineo was under-rated in terms of his looks. He was a downright pretty teenager who grew up to be a rather handsome man with a nice build.
- Gary Cooper gets my vote. Here's an earlier shot of him, but he was just as good-looking later on as an older man.
- Robert Taylor
- The winner and long-time champion...Mr Newman
- And Mr Newman again, in The Long Hot Summer
- Wrong link! Sorry!
- Guy Madison
- Without question, James Dean. Look at those lips. Go on, just look at them.
- It's got to be Mr. Newman. I love all his homoerotic movies.
- Can't name just one.
Brando, James Dean and Montgomery Clift
John Gavin, Tony Curtis, Jeffrey Hunter
I think John Kerr and Kerwin Matthews were hot
Paul Newman, Robert Redford
Gregory Peck (very sexy in this one scene in Snows of Kilimanjaro with Ava Gardner, but I don't normally see him as sexy, just handsome. Same with Cary Grant - he was sexy when he was rolling around the train with Eva Marie Saint).
Burt Lancaster (sometimes)
Farley Granger (gorgeous)
Frederic March (when he was young in Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde)
Sidney Poitier (so handsome in Lillies of the Field)
Louis Jourdan (love him)
Gene Kelly (beautiful smile, great body)
- Steve Reeves...not one bad angle on him
- Peter O'Toole circa Lawrence of Arabia:
- James Dean, alas, of course, obvious answer.
And so sue me, but I've always had a big crush on Buster Keaton.
Ryan Gosling, these days.
Oh, God, no one was more beautiful than Brando is STREETCAR and WATERFRONT.
Taye Diggs! It's true.
Yeah, well, and Paul Newman has history's most beautiful armpits.
- Tyrone and Clift. Hands down.
- Another photo of Steve Reeves
- Paul Newman was beautiful on screen, especially in "The Long, Hot Summer" and "Cat On A Hot Tin Roof".
I shook his hand briefly once in 1972, I think and was surprised how physically small he was. Very short, almost a spinner.
- Montgomery Clift. Harry Belafonte.
- Paul Newman, hands down. I buy his salad dressing to see his handsome face every time I open the fridge
- I was watching [italic]How to Marry a Millionaire[/italic] on TCM a few days ago when Rory Calhoun caught my eye. Never A-list, but gorgeous. Like Rock Hudson, he was managed by Henry Willson (who originally wanted to rename him Troy Donahue).
- Rock Hudson.
For sex appeal, Robert Mitchum.
- Marlon Brando.
- Alain Delon.
- The young Laurence Olivier
- I'm going to what OP requested - hottest , most handsome, studliest. Many of those posted are a little too 'pretty'. Pretty ,to me , never means 'studly'. They are separate. My votes go to ( already mentioned) Rory Calhoun - if you've ever seen his prison mug shot (before he was famous), with his jet black hair, and piercing blue eyes, it screams rough trade. RT = stud, for me . My other pick has a whole thread here already - Steve Cochran 'was the 50's sexiest bad guy'. Must admit the 11" trouser snake he was known for , affected my choice . Just a fact that men with that much dick, have a sexy swagger. + he always played 'the stud' in films . He does it for me.
- Do silent film actors count? He's forgotten today, but there was a silent star named Charlie Farrell who was very handsome.
- RE. 41 Are you kidding ? Studliest ?
- For me there's no question about who was the studliest: John Payne. Great face but an even better body, especially for the 1930s. This is one of the most homoerotic studio photos ever taken--the first time I ever saw it I almost fell over.
- John Payne's incredibly muscular back.
- Sexist = GUY MADISON, definitely.
Not a good actor but just looking at his picture makes me weak!
- R41 this is what Charles Farrell looked like in the early 50's when he played Gale Storm's father on My Little Margie.
- John Payne crotch shot
- sorry, the link doesn't take you to the pic I intended.
- Joel McCrea
- Paul Newman, hands down.
He was so delicious in Cat on a hot tin roof.
- Cary Grant
But I kind of dig the Taye Diggs votes. I agree
- John Gavin
- I don't get the appeal of James Dean. He was short, one note, whiny, and he looked like a bulldog. Sorry no disrespect meant.
Monty, sure handsome but not studly. Plus, he really went downhill soon.
My vote, William Holden. Masculine, studly, talented and a truly handsome man. Didn't go downhill till late 60s. Even then, he was ruggedly handsome.
Can't post link, probably becasue I'm too cheap to pay the $18.
Just image google him.
- Oh, I forgot to say:
Jean-Paul Belmondo in BREATHLESS and for a long time thereafter is without a doubt the handsomest movie star in the history of handsome. Number one slot, no competition: gorgeous face, wonderful body, charming, light-foooted, didn't take himself too seriously. # 1 of all time. The rest of you are wrong.
- Forgot my last post, Rudy Valentino was pretty studly and died before he lost his looks. Course he could have aged like the yummy Rosano Brazzi.
I concur on Errol Flynn. what a renasaince (sic) man. Talented too. Too bad he was a pedo.
- Jack Wrangler
- Yet another vote for Paul Newman. He wins because he was beautiful in youth, middle age, and old age... well, part of his old age.
He did lose his looks somewhere in his mid-seventies, and after a bad facelift.
- Harry Belafonte. Damn. Simply gorgeous.
- Another vote for Ramon Novarro.
- Tyrone Power was the most beautiful man who ever lived and who ever will live. Strange, but his photos don't seem to show his full beauty, but when you see him in a movie . . . takes your breath away.
- Agree about powers, he's just my type of guy also.
- James Dean, without a doubt.
- Wow, those pics of Paul Newman are gorgeous and he has abs. Abs! In the 50s!
- No love for Tab Hunter c.1958?
- Gary Cooper
- Gary Cooper was amazing looking as a young man but had lost his sexiness by the end of the 1930s. Still handsome and dignified but not sexy.
- Ramon Novarro!
Plus he's an Aquarius, like: Paul Neman, James Dean, Gene Hackman, Clark Gable, John Barrymore, Benicio Del Toro, John Travolta, Jack Lemmon, Nick Nolte, Tom Selleck, Burt Reynolds, Lee Marvin, and Conrad Veidt!
I forgot to say I had a huge crush on Gene Hackman circa THE CONVERSATION.
- I'll always think Clark Gable is super hot, even though I've read that he had horrible breath, etc. He just does it for me! I want to meet a guy that looks just like him but has good hygiene and every other good characteristic. We can get married.
- Tyrone Power. Also love young Gary Cooper. If you go to the link, I think you have to scroll down.
- most handsome? gary cooper
- James Dean Uncut? Hairy hole?
- Yes Aquarian men have been some of the most legendary sex symbols in Hollywood.
- "Tyrone Power was the most beautiful man who ever lived and who ever will live. Strange, but his photos don't seem to show his full beauty, but when you see him in a movie . . . takes your breath away."
Tyrone Power had to be photographed carfully. From certain angles he was genuinely breathtaking, and from others he was nothing special. He was fortunate to come along at a time when cinematography was all about making a lead actor look gorgeous in B&W. If he'd appeared when directors were more interested in cinemascope vistas or CGI marvels, he wouldn't have had much of a career.
An unflattering picture at link.
- Give me a Taurus any day - TYRONE POWER - yes!
- Dennis Quaid!
- Aaaand here's a good picture of Tyrone Power.
Damn, B&W photography was good for men with big dark eyes!
- Another vote for Dennis Quaid!
Like Michael Fassbender Ewan McGregor, Paul Rudd, Robert Downey, Jr., Eddie Murphy, Alec Baldwin, Timothy Dalton, Gary Oldman, Warren Beatty, Brando, Richard Chamberlain, Bill Holden, Gregory Peck, Spencer Tracy, Chapin, Harold Lloyd.
- That'a Chaplin, not Chapin, the Aries. Oops.
- I disagree - Tyrone Power in film and in person (my mother saw him) and in candid photos was totally breathtaking. The photo in that link is when he's older - I don't happen to think it's bad. Here's a candid photo - tell me he had to be photographed carefully. One is a professional photo.
My favorites are the photos taken at the Marie Antoinette premiere, which I don't have.
http://flic.kr/p/6K3KhK, http://flic.kr/p/6K3Kgp, http://flic.kr/p/7YQUWz
- Errol Flynn about the time of Robin Hood in 1938 has to be near the top of any list. Pity he went to seed so quickly.
Newman wins just because he kept his looks for decades. Not only did he keep them, the amazing thing about Newman is that whatever movie you're watching, you're convinced that you're seeing him at the peak of his beauty and sexuality.
- [R79]Link didn't open, please redo.
Tyrone Power, my absolute favorite of all time.
The Marie Antoinette and Alexander's Ragtime Band premieres I think are on youtube. There's one point in the MA film where he looks up at the camera - OMG I die when I see it.
No one who made that many personal appearances needed help in photos.
- Paul Newman
- Sorry, I tried to load three short links. Here's one. Candid.
- Here is the Marie Antoinette - you have to go to around 6:15 but he's worth it (as he is in the entire film). Not bad if you like drop dead gorgeous.
I find Newman very handsome, of course, but he was always too scrawny for me and Dean too short. Marlon - another gorgeous man, but he always looked to me like he needed a bath.
Someone mentioned William Holden. I agree, ruggedly handsome.
- I have to take issue with the implication that Tyrone Power wasn't incredibly handsome in color. I thought he looked better in color! Blood & Sand, Black Swan, Captain from Castile, Black Rose. I saw King of the Khyber Rifles at the Egyptian in L.A., big screen. He was almost 40 and he had the most perfect skin and he looked amazing. And that's in color. Later I heard Terry Moore at a talk and she said when she first got on the set, she looked at him and couldn't remember her lines.
photo in middle of page
- How gay was Tyrone Power? I've always seen him lumped in with lists of gay/bi actors, but he was married several times, had 3 children and multiple affairs with female co-stars. Is there any good documentation of his affairs with men?
- Young Brando by far...and it's obvious he knows it, in this screen test...
- Sorry, the 'he knows it' part starts at 3:41 into that screen test at R47.
- No one has ever looked more handsome and sexier than early sixties Warren Beatty in films like 'Splendor In The Grass' and 'All Fall Down'.
- Leslie Howard!!
- Robert De Niro as the young Godfather
- Yule Brynner
- Montgomery Clift
- Damn, Belafonte was a beautifal man, R33! I'll have one just like him please!
- [R86] Power was really bi. He loved both men and women and believed love knows no gender. He got an extra pregnant while filming Jesse James, right before he was married to his first wife. He tried to reconcile with the first wife in the '50s and wrote her some very emotional letters, apparently, so gut-wrenching that his stepdaughter didn't want anyone to see them and destroyed them. Her mother had kept them.
His second wife Linda Christian wrote a good book, "Linda," that can be found occasionally. So did his girlfriend Mai Zetterling, who goes into a lot of detail about their affair.
- Humphrey Bogart.
- Howard Keel for me.
- Not traditionally "handsome" like a Newman or Clift, but I've always found something raw and hot about John Garfield.
- I completely get the Howard Keel love r97, but I doubt there are many others here who will.
- R41, Charles Farrell is hardly forgotten today; as noted in that oddly colored photograph elsewhere on the thread, when he grew up, he played the father on "My Little Margie." His occasionally begged off social engagements because there was a wonderful old Charlie Farrell movie on TV.
Grotesquely enough, back in the early forties, Mickey Rooney was a very hot little number. Tiny number. A fraction. But still hot.
I can't join the Dennis Quaid contingent, because he shares a gene pool with Randy, the mere thought of whom is bone-chilling.
My vote goes to Gregory Peck. Intelligence has always seemed hot to me. And he looked smart. Especially the cheekbones and lips. And even his hair. He has very intelligent looking hair.
- I'm always torn between Errol Flynn and Tyrone Power. Can't decide.
- Buster Crabbe - drop dead gorgeous, and what a body!
- Robert Conrad
- Douglas Fairbanks, Sr. was America's first action hero.
He had a really great build and was also classically handsome.
- Kind of a George Chakiris thing going on
- tyrone power, alain delon, joel mccrea, in that order.
- Thank you, R104; that is quite the rug. I had never noticed it before.
- Cary Grant, for me, is still the last word in handsomeness. When he was in those Mae West movies there was no one more beautiful. Tall, broadshouldered, well built, and with that incredible face.
- Go ahead and hate me, but after watching Charlton Heston strut around that galley in a teensy loin cloth in Ben Hur, He gets my vote. Yes he does.I blame the Alzheimer's for his NRA crap, but back in the day he was a hot progressive hunk.
- young Marlon Brando
- And Ben-Hur's boyhood chum Stephen Boyd wasn't bad either.
- Well I agree with R110, I hate Heston, but I'm always oddly attracted to him in his movies and I hate myself for it. And speaking of George Chakiris, he was hot to me in West Side Story, so graceful, elegant and tough.
- Walter Matthau
- Brian Aherne
- Ben Hur was the most homoerotic movie I can recall from my childhood. I always felt like Jesus was cruising him when the soldiers came thru the village and he gave him water.
I seriously believe the Consul, Jack Hawkins who summoned him from the galley to his chambers when he got off his shift, that was definitely a hit. He offered to free him. He was standing there in his teensy loincloth while he watched the consul sleep, and I got a boner. I was 12.
Then the guy adopts him? Heir to his fortune? Asks him when he's coming back? Shee-it. And you know Mesala had the hots for him. That was a serious obssessive love.
- Warren Beatty was sizzlin' hot beautiful when he was young.
He was hot as the gigolo in "Roman Spring of Mrs. Stone" and he was insanely hot on the "Dobie Gillis" TV show.
- Gary Cooper in the 1930s has always been the most handsome man ever for me.
- I am convinced that making The Roman Spring of Mrs. Stone is what convinced Warren Beatty to become a producer so that he could have total control of his films and not have to shoot the kind of foolish scenes he appeared in in that film. If he was going to be a sex object, he wanted complete control over how he was seen.
You'll note he never he appeared shirtless in any film he produced.
- Gregory Peck, Paul Newman and Gary Cooper.
Tyrone Power never did a thing for me and Rock Hudson was just moderately handsome, not off the charts handsome.
- Paul Newman....thread closed!
- Tyrone, Errol, and Monty
- Brando was so gorgeous in The Wild One.
- Tyrone Power
- Most Handsome? Young James Franciscus.
Sexiest? Middle Aged Sam Elliott.
- sexy Guy Madison!
- Paul Newman's co-star in The Long Hot Summer, Anthony Franciosa was very hot back then.
- I'm suddenly profoundly in love with Jeremy Renner.
As for Warren Beatty: ick.
- Funny how Clark Gable, the King of Hollywood, never appears on these threads.
- Does anyone remember Vittoria Gassman? Young Marcello Mastrianni? Vittorio De Sica? If you watch their old movies from younger days, they were hotties. Shelley Winters marrued Gassman.
I first saw him in that movie with Brad Pitt & Robert DeNiro& Dustin Hoffman about the young boys who were raped in the reform school, and I fell in love with his ruthless gangster ass.
- Hmmm... after divorcing Gassman, Shelley Winters married Tony Franciosa. Is she guiding this thread?
- The question was about classic Hollywood actors. For me Franciscus, Franciosa, Elliot and Beatty were post-classic.
Clark Gable and Franchot Tone were both to die for in Mutiny on the Bounty.
My own all time favorites are Tyrone Power, Guy Madison, Alain Delon, and the '50s William Holden.
- Another vote for Buster Crabbe, with Guy Madison and Paul Newman tied for a close second.
- Who was the guy in Dorian Gray? The one with Donna Reed and Angela Lansbury? I thought he had a beautiful face.
You can't talk about Classic H'wood and include Paul Newman or Alain Delon who happens to be a Neo-Nazi, BTW. They are post Classic H'wood. Guys like Rock Hudson too.
Brando and Holden I'll go with because they are sort of the bridge in between both eras. But Paul Newman didn't even get started until the late 50's.
Why has no one mentioned Gary Cooper, of the large and glorious penis?
- Steve Reeves definitely belongs near the top of the list. His face was as beautiful as his body, if that's possible.
I've only recently become aware of Guy Madison, and yes, he was stunningly gorgeous.
If I can offer a name from much more recent times: Hart Bochner.
- When OP asks for Classic H'wood even though he mentions no dates, I'm imagining the cut off to be 1950. So a lot of the ones we are talking about wouldn't be candidates. The guys who made it big before 1950 are Classic H'wood leading men. After 1950, it seems like a whole new type of leading man was introduced. A type that was oertly sexy, beefy, raw, more seductive. The 50's seemed to mark a transition insofar as our standards of beauty.
It's almost as if the John Garfiled types were pre-cursors of the future.
- [quote]Does anyone remember Vittoria Gassman?
I saw a movie with him on TCM a couple of months ago called The Glass Wall and he was very handsome in it.
- The studio system died in 1948 when the government made all the studios give up ownership of movie theater chains.
So if that's what you mean by "Classic," it leaves out everybody after, like, Gene Kelly: no Dean, no Brando, no Paul Newman, etc.
Not to mention nobody not white.
Montgomery Clift just sneaks in.
The horror of Classic Hollywood is its really shocking white-supremacist über-racism.
In any case, I'm going to say Ramon Novarro was the most beautiful man in movies up to the late 1940s.
- It's Vittorio Gassman, by the way. Vittoria was his daughter with Shelley Winters. She was known as Vicky when she went to Fieldston.
- Has to be monty. dark hair, blue eyes. slim and toned thanks to intestine problems.
Before his accident he was really untouchable in the beauty department. All you really have to do is watch the close up shots in A Place In The Sun to see the perfection.
Ahh youth. It only lasts a short time.
- Montomery Clift.
- Stewart Granger.
- I think the guys from the 30's and 40's are scrawny. You look at Cary Grant. Even he is scrawny. I like my men with some definition.
So yeah, I can see Grant, Tyrone Power or Errol Flynn, even Montgomery Clift.
Where do guys like Burt Lancaster or Kirk Douglas fit in? Are they 50's along with Brando and Rock Hudson? Burt Lancaster had a nice body. I always thought he was sort of gay. He certainly loved to strut around.
- 1950 is the cutoff for "Classic Hollywood"? To me, "Classic Hollywood" starts with "Dr. Strangelove" and ends with "Network" and "Taxi Driver". Before that it seems they made a lot of Bible movies.
That also leaves out all the best looking and best built men. Whatever else you say about him, Henry Willson definitely improved the hot factor of Hollywood men.
- This thread reminded me of the "Who will be remembered in 100 years?" thread. I was watching "Holiday" the other day and realized that that movie is nearly 100 years old now, and Cary Grant is still considered one of the sexiest actors Hollywood ever produced.
- William Holden
All super gorgeous!!!
- Jeff Chandler.
- Cary Grant gets my vote.
- Some years ago, I saw this photo - a huge version - in a Hamburger Hamlet in LA. I had never seen Tyrone Power. I went out and bought this photo and he's been my favorite ever since. Hope it shows up here.
- Michael Rennie.
- naturally it didn't show up.
Here it is - second try.
- [R149][R151] I want it. What a photo. He was gorgeous.
- Steve Reeves
- Power never did much for me. I picked up Lana Turner's autobiography for a quarter at the public library book sale recently. She was married 7 times to other men but says the true love of her life was Tyrone, so he must have been quite something.
Cary Grant was simply beautiful. And I agree--John Garfield had a rough sexiness that was very hot.
- Willie Aames
Vincent Van Patten
- It's been Tyrone Power day on TCM and though he could be handsome, he was such a dreadful actor. Just awful.
- I feel like if these actors were working today, a lot of you (assuming you're the average Datalounge posters) would be talking about how "fug" these guys are.
(I don't personally feel that way, that first photo of Hudson was very enjoyable.)
- A vote for Alain Delon (openly bisexual as well) and one for Gregory Peck (a truly nice guy and a dedicated Liberal)
- Joel McCrea
and Joel McCrea
- Alain Delon is GORGEOUS....Unearthly beauty!
R158-Where does Delon talk about/admit to-his bisexuality??
- Audie Murphy was the only TRUE classic Hollywood actor.
- Richard Widmark
- Cary Grant
- Young Sterling Hayden. When I was a kid I saw him in "Bahama Passage" and there he was in all his technicolor glory, tanned and in little white shorts. Sadly, it didn't last.
- John Gavin. Hopelessly Republican, beyond untalented, but my fucking God what a hot man! imagining him naked with tan lines and with his clean cut look turned a little more hot daddy scruffy and I am ready to squeeze one out in no time.
- Even hotter than Gavin was John Saxon, especially when he was a little older, receding hairline and cockafuckinglicious.
- We've discussed this. Paul Newman.
- My pic would be between Paul Newman and Rock Hudson. Rock, ultimately, would be the kind of guy I'd marry, though.
Are you blond?
- I do think Paul Newman was impossibly handsome with that Romanesque profile and those eyes. One of my all-time favorites.
I also think Lex Barker had an amazing face & body and took hundreds of stunning portraits which can be seen on eBay.
Others I rank very high include Alain Delon, Tab Hunter, John Gavin and Errol Flynn (in his prime.) It's great, too, to see some love for that living god Steve Reeves!
But, for me, no one can really beat the 6'5" hunk with the chest-o-death and ice blue eyes, Clint Walker. Oddly enough, considering how devastating his looks are, one of my favorite things about him is his warm, baritone speaking voice!
- Bea Arthur. The manliness just jumps off the screen at you.
- S.Z. "Cuddles" Sakall
- Montgomery Clift before the accident. I keep hoping Bomer does the biopic of this incredible actor as he has said he wants to.
- Bomer as Montgomery Clift - perfect casting.
So "classic" is no longer pre-1950 (the rules of this thread keep changing)? Then Guy Madison of course.
- Paul Newman
When you add in his intelligence, wit, and compassion to all that incredible handsomeness - nobody else comes close.
- Joel McCrea for the win. Maybe not the most classically "hunky", but probably the sexiest.
Tyrone Power...there are some closeups in "Jesse James" that are simply breathtaking
Charles Farrell (the pictures posted so far on this thread don't do him justice)
early William Holden
- LOL @ R172
- To fuck? Monty pre-accident. You know he was a talented bottom who knew how to please.
To get fucked by? Clark Gable. That smirk of his was deadly, and who wouldn't want him to smack your ass as he fucked you and uttered, "frankly, my dear..."?
To cuddle with whilst watching a Real Housewives marathon? Rock. Duh.
To frolic with at the Shore? Paul Newman. The sun? Those eyes? Plus, he was a total drunk which means you could probably get him to, uh, experiment.
To have bondage sex with? James Dean. One hot mess of a word: Borderline.
- Has anyone said Paul Newman?
- Gregory Peck. Easy.
- Harry Belafonte!!!
- Most handsome, Gregory Peck definitely.
Montgomery Clift was gorgeous too, but I'd say he was more beautiful than classically handsome.
Leaning more on the cute side of handsome was Anthony Perkins.
And as a bonus, Danny Kaye. Cute and goofy, but I guess not exactly handsome.
- Gary Cooper in his prime. Now that was one handsome man.
- Gable's wife, Carole Lombard, told friends he had tiny meat, R178.
- Another vote for Joel McCrea
Believe or not a young Melvin Douglas and a young Don Ameche- watch him in a film called " Midnight" and you will never forget him.
- [quote] Gable's wife, Carole Lombard, told friends he had tiny meat
Wassn't Joan Crawford who famously said that if he was an inch smaller he'd be a she?!
- Sterling Hayden was 6'5" of man.
- Bugs Bunny was and remains the most handsome talent in all of the theatrical world. His face smiles even when he's sleeping. He has never spoken a word of vulgarity in his long beautiful life. When he combs his ears back he's davoon. There's no other word that describes this souls power and beauty, he's DAVOON!
- Paul Newman was FOXY when he was young. I don't know if he qualifies as "classic hollywood" though.
His first lead in a movie was 1956 (55?)
- Douglas Fairbanks, Jr. - those pics of him with Joan Crawford on the beach. She should have hung on to him.
- I know he's mostly from television, but my first crush was for Guy Williams...first as Zorro, then as John Robinson in Lost in Space. He was a hottie!
- r87 that reminded me of James Franco I think he might have watched that video a few times cause I'm sure I'm seen him do the same thing.
And Zac Efron reminds me of Tyrone Power.
- Young Hugh Beaumont was extremely hot, like in Blue Dahlia where he is so much better looking than the star, Alan Ladd.
- R186, the quote about Clark "The King of Hollywood" Gable was (and I think it came from Lombard herself, not Joan): "One less inch and he'd be the queen..."
- Gary Cooper and Paul Newman easy
- Gregory Peck, definitely in the Top 3.
- The Hurrell photos of Power with Loretta Young lead one to believe that there were no human beings on earth as beautiful as they. (I know...MARY!)
Here's the John Payne crotch shot with his thick cock and big balls. From 1939 - I'm stunned the censors let it by.
Bu today's standards, his arms were thin and chest not big enough...but he had the perfect V shaped torso made for the form-fitting men's suits of the 1940s.
- Great classic Hollywood beefcake at link. You can see Payne's "V".
In ISLAND OF DESIRE, Tab Hunter walks around barechested in shorts throught most of the movie. His character's name was "Chicken".
Kirk Douglas had gross inverted nipples.
- Not mentioned: hunky, hairy-chested George Montgomery. Dinah Shore got to fuck this regularly.
- Sexiest= Guy Madison and Steve Cochran.
Handsomest= Gregory Peck and Paul Newman
- fuck you guys, you are all so reactionary to the obvious truth. The most handsome of all was the young Marlon Brando!