- Well, if he really looked like this, Jesus:
- Heath ledger, so I could give him the pills myself and lord it over the ledger loon.
- Jim Morrison, oh yes.
- The problem is OP, you go back and they still see you as a disgusting slob.
- As long as we're going back in time, someone drop off r6 in the Pleistocene and leave him there.
- R6 is on to something.
- To my senior year in HS for Denny; to Dallas in the early 80's for Matt - and THIS time I would never let him out of my sight (or clutches).
- I'm sorry, but OP reeks of White Belt Man.
- Paris in the 20's.
Judy Garland at Carnegie Hall
- R11, try re-reading the OP.
- To the early 1960's for James Garner's ass, alone.
- Jon-Erik Hexum
- Dreamy Marty McFly
- I'd pop in on Dick Cheney's dad and swallow the future - for 'Murica.
- I hated high school, I look back and I was pretty attractive back then but acted like a wallflower. I would go back and say what's on my mind.
- Christopher Atkins, 1980.
- R18 can't read either ..
- A young F. Scott Fitzgerald:
- I'm black so I'm pretty much screwed at any point before 1970.
- Not necessarily, r22:
- R23 what an excellent link. His life would make an excellent movie. Very smart move R23.
If they are gay back in time they can also be attracted to people of color.
Only two for me:
Oh and Elvis
- Might be interesting to bed down with A. Lincoln.
- David Bowie, any time from the 1960's up until around 2000. Preferably not in his Stardust/Thin White Duke years though, because he was emaciated and a paranoid wreck at that time due to cocaine use.
Perhaps also the original rock star, [young] Franz Liszt.
The problem with anyone born before the 20th century is that, on average, they were all quite short, few people had a balanced diet so even the strongest tended to have underwhelming physiques, and people would've appeared to age faster because their skin would've been more weathered in the elements. When I think about sex with people born hundreds or thousands of years ago, I imagine lots of tooth decay, bad breath, greasy hair, sweat, smegma, general B.O. and lingering STIs.
For those who said "Jesus," for instance: I hope you like swarthy, hairy short guys (see link).
- I've always had a crush on Dick Powell. He's cute, funny and looks like he'd be a pistol in bed.
- William Holden, James Garner and Robert Redford in their prime.
- Rock Hudson. He's always been my ideal man. Love the way he looked.
- Robin Gibb c.1979
- Paul Newman
- R30, great choice.
Can I have all for brothers?! Oh, all that chest hair! Mmmm :)
- Yuri Gagarin, Soviet cosmonaut. I'm not kidding. The dude was adorable.
- Mark Goddard, back when he was on Lost In Space. He was just insanely hot.
- Tsar Nicholas II
- Errol Flynn (circa anytime, dude was even hot as an alcoholic daddy with health issues).
Oliver de Havilland
- When I saw 42nd Street for the first time I wanted Warner Baxter deep inside me. And I still do.
- R28 First movie I ever saw in a theater, Picnic, was on the other night. Holden and a few contemporaries were in it, lots of swimming & diving. The guys were very handsome, but they sure didn't go for the bodies in those days.
- Andy Gibb (1977)
- George Maharis. Who? You may ask? He was the star of the TV series Route 66 back in the 60's. I didn't know it at the time, but watching him on TV gave me my first "tingling" feeling in my stomach. And, I got this feeling everytime I watched the show. It wasn't long before I discovered masturbation and the realization that I was completely gay.
- Gardner McKay..stunning.
- George Maharis was replaced by gorgeous Glenn Corbett on "Route 66."
- Circa 1968:
- Gene Kelly by a MILLION miles. As much as I achingly want Newman, the ONLY one who I think hasn't quite been replicated in any way is Gene "nice face shame about the ass" Kelly.
Newman and I suppose James Dean weren't exactly prone to objectificaton but Kelly's films weren't exactly subtle and FULL ON gay porn for that era. Even fucking Kinsey -1 Frank Sinatra wanted in on the action in one pic I seen.
- Marty Feldman
- Heath Ledger. I'd tell him how much I love him. I'd warn him to take care of himself.
Love Heath, and always will.
- So very many! Young Lloyd Bridges; Tom Brown; Young Jimmy Lydon, (still here); Richard Widmark; John Derek; Robert Ryan, and a host of others. And they wouldn't even give me the time of day.
- John Schneider in the "Dukes of Hazard" days.
- Telly Sevalas when he was in the talking Tina twilight zone episode.
Young Yul Brynner
- George Chakiris from the West Side Story movie made in 1961.
Troy Donahue from A Summer Place made in 1959
Sal Mineo from Rebel Without a Cause made in 1955
- Leslie Howard. The first twee movie star?
- OK, so having located SAID scene in Anchors Aweigh - the first major Gene film apart from the two obvious big guns I've seen (until I saw THAT Sinatra screencap where he actually drools, I was gonna save em till later) - that little brat from it is the most annoying kid in cinema HISTORY
But Sinatra of course is so unsubtle and not giving a shit that he blissfully orgasms in front of him! :D This movie was about SAILORS so has tons of homoerotic jokes and inferences.
I'm not sure if this Sinatra scene was in the script, you can tell Kelly (who I think unfortunately prefers women and being ACTIVE, if his tyrannical nature is anything to go by) doesn't want THAT troll poking in to him and grabbing his priceless ass that badly.
Any guy who had an ass like Gene would like to show it off to some extent but would be MUCH wiser covering it, unless you want to look like a slutty bukkake power bottom or end up like a pass around prison bitch.
And I believe the ass isn't really unveiled in full till later works. Here Prince Gene was at his youngest and Oscar nommed. And dear old Frank played a homophobe in some late 60s film IIRC. The old skool always did it better.
- Sir Lawrence "Larry" Olivier, especially while filming 'Rebecca'.
Paul Newman Circa COAHTR.
Gene Kelly, Circa SITR
Connery during the Bond years.
Cary Grant, Circa 1955
Tony Perkins, Circa 1959
Water Matthau, Circa 'Charade' (I don't care if he looked old when he was young, I think he would have been a fun lover)
For some reason, the little mustache in Rebecca makes Larry O. Irresistible to me, I always want to drug Joan Fontaine in Monte, get with Maxim and if we returned to Manderley I think I would have pushed Danvers out of the window. If only George Fortiscue Maximilian De Winter had been as flexible as Larry himself..
- Leonardo Da Vinci
Vincent Van Gogh
F Scott Fitxgerald
- Lucie Arnaz
- Actually on rewatch it is CLEARLY part of the script to some extent and unbelievable for the time(?), but watch on slo-mo and it looks more like something is going on and there's a quick cut.
The Sinatra character is very effete and gay seeming but both are uber alpha males IRL obviously.
Even pre-glory years Frank is, of course, brilliant. The best supreme multi-talent other than BABS, and well Kelly and Judy.
I LOVE iconic classic The Manchurian Candidate but not sure if Frank's Oscar was Maffia-assisted!
- I don't think I have to explain.
- You left me out, r54, and I'm like the hottest 20th century gay eva!
- Marc Bolan
Lindsay Buckingham in the 70s or 80s
Robert Plant in the 70s
Michael Hutchence in the 80s
- OMG r57, the ONE thing Golden Age shits all over post-70s cinema is in the scripts - well and the direction of course. NEVER bettered and always read between the lines. It's like comparing Oscar Wilde to Twilight.
I wish I was better versed in all this as the likes of Cassablanca, Brief Encounter et al were never bettered.
I have most of my knowledge of this from The Celluloid Closet. I can't really do most b&w, but LOVE getting to see the theatrical reissues.
- Hot, sweaty Brando.
- AMY WINEHOUSE
- God forgive me, but your son's sort of hot.
So, yes, Jesus.
Maybe James Dean, but I'd make shower first. Actually, that goes for the first two, as well.
- Henry Cavill during the time he filmed The count of Monte Cristo. I was only 13 but we would have been perfect for each other.
- Bruce and Brandon Lee
A young William Dafoe
Paul Newman in 1960s
- Sal Mineo, gay, handsome, and fun.
- This is just the musician's list. If OP’s time travel thing works out I'll make other lists.
Pretty much in descending order:
Jimmy Page and Robert Plant (same time)
David Gilmour (Pink Floyd) Tho he’s looking really good as he ages so maybe if OP would just hook me up with an intro to him.
Michael Hutchence (INXS)
Trent Reznor (early days)
David Lee Roth
Eddie Van Halen
Morrissey (or maybe all of the Smiths back in the day)
and finally, Carl Jung.
Jung's at the bottom of the list because if I saw him before I had my chance with the others he'd 'fix' me and I couldn't be a huge slut pig with the other guys.
- Billy Haines. His blowjobs were supposed to be spectacular.
And actually, Ramon Novarro was hot in the early 30s.
And Tony Dow.
And Douglas Fairbanks Jr in the 30s, because I'm mad about the boy.
- Tyrone Power
both circa 1938
- Pre-carb Cary Elwes.
- Agree with Chris Cornell very much.
Anyway, back to the more traditionally pleasant featured movie stars.
Monty Clift seems one of the most beautiful gays ever.
But not that I'm obsessed and hornier than a rabbit in heat, I must return once again to proto-Nadal assed Kelly..
I was already obsessed with this unbelievably beautiful gay faced specimen but couldn't BELIEVE what I was seeing with one of the few pics I missed off his helpful BUTT tumblr (the 40s didn't have THAT). I thought stuff that raw and gay never happened then.
And I NEVER expected that to be Frank (hardly ugly himself obviously but being up against against Gene is tough). I read it was Gene who pursued him. Wtf.
Perma-ass exposer he is (geared to women then?) I never expected a guy to blatantly attempt to dry fuck his ass into oblivion captured on camera. A best picture nominee indeed!
Just as I thought before I re-analysed in forensic detail: the aptly named GENE walks in with a rare lapse into gay voice, method actor extraordinaire Frank sits crotch covered with a perma grin waiting for him to come over to sit on the couch as he knows what’s coming up.
Genie bends over practically in his face in tight tucked in attire of the era to pick up the phone and Frankie gets a GOOD close check of *that* FUCKING HEAVENLY HOLED ASS and then before Gene gets to even sit down is right in there with his hand on the couch blocking Gene in who has his ass faced to his dick with how close Frank is.
SINatra has his hand all over the ass and leans over him for a good bit twice getting a better position each time, ignores and swats off the annoying kid and I think even attempts a subtle thrust or two and is in a near drooling orgasmic trance throughout and raises eyebrow at the end.
It's done so well, subtle and old skool “from the waist up” though that it looks like a joke and only the most tuned in men would notice it was real as Frank does it completely in character so it is a comedy but real moment captured on film.
It seems like a satire of a gay leaning person playing straight with a strict hetero going gay. And I just can't believe how good Frank is. That shot must have been set up for him by the director as Gene did not seem amused! :D That is the best comedy moment.
We know about Brando, but for me this must be the ultimate example that real men fuck other men. Never discussed but very common and natural (particularly with VGL effete pretty boys with amazing asses). Such a revelation!
- * geared to women back then. The girls will be his biggest fans and they LOVE guys asses but Kelly in his era is really an odd case.
- Clint Walker!!!!
- OK, er, so that is the ultra slow mo version lol. It is a LOVELY moment regardless and plays as a nice VERY homoerotic moment. *embarrassed* They'd hardly do much with a kid but it's so sweet. I know about some very early movies having guys be affectionate and kiss but THIS is something else.
But watch him check his ass and get all up close and personal.. it's really funny how subtle it is and you can't tell how real it is but that DAMN tumblr photo suggests Frank is in heaven. It's Gene Kelly!
- All 4 Beatles, 1966.
- Fellas..if you want to keep your ass in top condition like Gene's...try roller skating.
My God...tap dancing on skates...was there anything this man couldn't do?
- Jim Morrison definitely.
Brad Pitt during his Legends of the Fall era.
Keanu Reeves during his Point Break era.
- Rock Hudson (early McMillan and wife period)
And a pre-polio Franklin Delano Roosevelt
- Clark Gable was oozing with sex in Gone With the Wind, for me at least.
He just needs a beard to make the mustache less creepy and some hair on his chest would be nice.
- Farrah Fawcett, Marilyn Monroe, Audrey Hepburn, Princess Diana
- James Garner
- Jeff Bridges, circa The Last Picture Show
- Michael Biehn, circa 1985
John Eric Hexum, just before he died
John Schneider, Dukes of Hazard days
Michael Schoeffling, Sixteen Candles days
Paul Le Mat, American Graffiti days
Paul Newman, Cool Hand Luke
Timothy Olyphant, anytime since he's been an adult
- Alexander the Great, just as his tutoring by Aristotle was completing
Michelangelo at 18
Lincoln assassin Lewis Payne, a month before he joined the conspiracy (see URL for one of his colorized appearances)
Spanish revolutionary Francisco Javier Mina, fought for Mexican independence, executed at 27, so let's say at 25
Despicable anarchist Louis Lingg, any time he was not building bombs
Dr. Vivien Thomas, at 20 in 1930
Guy Madison at 22
Tony Dow, season 3
- Ron Ely during the run of Tarzan.
- Dr. Samuel Pozzi (society doctor during the fin de siecle and original for Dr. Cottard in Proust's In Search of Lost Time).
Here is a famous painting of him by John Singer Sargent.
- Amadeo Modigliani
Prince Albert, Consort of Queen Victoria
Leopold, King of Belgium
King George V (presuming I could turn him)
The Duke of Windsor, former Edward VIII (despite being a dashing Nazi sympathizer)
- Photograph of Dr. Pozzi, by Nadar
- Oh, some more...
Tsar Nicholas II
- no one famous, except maybe Montgomery Clift.
- Bob Menna, GQ model, late 1970s.
Jack Scalia, 30 yrs ago
Ken Wahl 35 yrs ago
- Nikola Tesla
Anthony Perkins ( the way he looked in "Psycho").
- John Garfield 1939
- A Minoan bull-jumper from the Palace period.
- John Derek in The Ten Commandments
- [quote]Tsar Nicholas II
There are a million gays who look just like that today, R35.
No need for time travel.
- Helmut Berger circa The Damned
- Thank God I reread the OP ...I was about to start yelling....they are not dead they are not dead
...but that wasn't a requirement. but I am going to say Freddie Prinze...Son is alright but daddy while The Man
- Just off the top of my head, I would have loved to hear Lincoln deliver The Gettysburg Address, have seen Judy at Carnegie Hall, or been in the congress to hear FDR declaring war on Dec. 8th, 1941.
The beheading of Mary Queen of Scots would be wild too. Grisly, but fascinating.
- Anybody else think the Tsar looks a bit like Tim Curry at r35?
- I'd go back and tell the younger me to "take the blue pill".
- Harry Belafonte: 50s through the 80s.
Burt Reynolds: 70s through [italic]Boogie Nights[/italic].
Jeff Chandler: 50s up to his death in the early 60s.
Erik Estrada: 70s through the 80s.
Lyle Waggoner: late 60s through the early 00s.
- Juan de Pareja
- MARK GODDARD No.1
WILLIAM HOLDEN (1950)
JAMES HYDE (GOOGLE THIS HUNK--I'd do him NOW too)
Nicholas Clay (another one to google)
Alan Kayser (the redhead on mama's fasmily)
- For me it is the Clark Gable in "It Happened One Night." He is so damned charming and adorable and sexy in that role and Claudette was the perfect co-star.
But, the one I would really like to meet would be Steve Cochran. Whatta man!! The fact that he was rumored to be in the league of Forrest Tucker and Milton Berle means nothing to me....nothing!
- i would go back and Ernest Hemingway. that ass was made for my cock.
- 1991. Buy Apple stock.
Return to today's time and retire!
- Robert Montgomery in night must fall.
- I saw [italic]The Final Countdown[/italic](1980) for the first time on Netflix streaming yesterday. The movie was lousy, but James Farentino and Ron O'Neal could have taken turns with me. Repeatedly.
- Aidan Quinn, in the 1980s