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VOTE! Handsomest Actor in Film History at His Best Looking.


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So many:

 

Clark Gable

 

Cary Grant

 

Gary Cooper

 

John Wayne

 

Scott Brady

 

Steve Cochran

 

Fred MacMurray

 

Robert Taylor

 

Burt Lancaster

 

Fredric March

 

Paul Newman

 

George Montgomer

 

Robert Conrad

 

Clint Walker

 

Lee Majors

 

Pat O'Brien

 

Lawrence Tierney

 

Walter Pidgeon

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I like the obvious:

 

Marlon Brando, William Holden, Cary Grant, Gregory Peck, William Holden and Paul Newman.

 

But I also like the rugged look like:

 

Steve McQueen, Richard Widmark, Vic Morrow, James Cagney.

 

Some others I thought were handsome but nobody has mentioned:

 

Yul Brynner, Charlton Heston, Burt Lancaster, Michael Landon, Dana Andrews, Joseph Cotton, James Dean, Robert Montgomery, Richard Basehart, Ralph Meeker, Glenn Ford, John Forsythe.....I could go on and on..

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I'll throw out a few names here: the aforementioned Sean Connery in Goldfinger, or how about Al Pacino in The Godfather? I always thought he was really handsome, especially in that one. And if we're including some of the newer movies, how about Jude Law in The Talented Mr. Ripley? He always reminded me of a golden god type figure in that one.

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Completely under-rated, in my opinion, is Joel McRae!

Especially in his pre-western days.

Man, he was a hunk!

 

Robert Taylor, in his youth, was very handsome, too. But his looks were, in a way, quite soft and feminine

 

Paul Newman--sigh...

 

Brando--wow! (especially SND)

 

Robert Redford--just beautiful!

 

So many others...

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Brando, I SO have a crush on George Segal .Always have and always will. (I don't care how old he gets). He was so mean but sexy in "St. Valentine's Day Massacre" (especially when he gets in the fight with his girlfriend). I have the vhs copy of that movie just to watch him. I also agree with most of everyone else's choices. Good taste everyone!

Cindy

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You might find it hard to believe from his recent roles as hit men and other assorted villains, but in the 1960s Terence Stamp was an extemely handsome man. And no one's mentioned Alain Delon.

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I stick with the silent classics:

 

JOHN GILBERT

 

WILLIAM HAINES

 

RAMON NOVARRO

 

RUDOLPH VALENTINO

 

RICHARD BARTHELMESS

 

LAWRENCE GRAY

 

BEN LYON

 

JOHNNY MACK BROWN

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I agree with everybody esp Guy Madison. My vote goes to Patric Knowles, a very classy looking man. Played Lindsay in Auntie Mame and Claudette's husband in Three Came Back. I wish I could post a picture of him, or even find one.

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I have to agree with Johnm 001. He got it right with John Gavin and Guy Madison. I would also like to include one of my most favorite actors Jeffrey Hunter. Also, these guys gave off a cool vibe besides being classic-looking: farley granger, richard greene, rory calhoun, sal mineo, john payne, george nader, john ericson, richard egan, dirk bogarde, stephen boyd, audie murphy, dennis morgan, zachary scott.

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Cary Grant, in every part of his life and career....

 

John Gilbert, always, too,

 

Robert Taylor, when he was in Camille and Waterloo Bridge, then his looks starting declining at an early age,

 

Gary Cooper when he was young and older

 

I could add more of course, but these are my pics.

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