Gary Cooper, 1920s. One of my crushes when I was younger. Nothing like a strong quiet cowboy <3

Gary Cooper, One of the most handsome young men ever. Although he was a little, (well, a lot) too conservative to ever be a true heart-throb, he sure was purty to look at. // PFFFT give me a conservative cutie like him over an attractive liberal ANY DAY

Lee Marvin (American film actor) Mostly known for his villains, soldier or other hard boiled character types. He played in many movies but is known for The Beg Heat, Cat Ballou, Raintree County, Ship of Fools, Gorky Park, Dog Day, The Dirty Dozen, Paint Your Wagon. . . . .

Lee Marvin, actor (Cat Ballou, Gorky Park), died of a heart attack on August 1987 at 63

Jerry Lewis - (1926-    )  Comedian and remembered for being a part of the Rat Pack with Dean Martin, Frank Sinatra, and Joey Bishop.

Jerry Lewis and Dean Martin are some of my favorite comedian/actors.

John Wayne, 1930s

I have just finished up two biographies on John Wayne, Duke: The Life and Times of John Wayne by Ronald L. Davis and John Wayne: My Life W.

Sammy Davis Jr. (December 8, 1925-May 16, 1990)

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Boris Karloff, 1930s

beautyandterrordance: In loving memory of William Henry Pratt better known as Boris Karloff, who passed away 45 years ago today at the age of Rest In Peace. (November 1887 - February via universalmonsterstribute.

Lee Marvin

Lee Marvin-- Check out any of this man's films, & you're sure to witness some serious vintage swagger.

Bob Hope - The comedian's comedian!

greates images of classic movie stars - Bing Images -- Bob Hope

Sterling Holloway (1905 - 1992) He was the voice of many Disney characters, including Winnie the Pooh, Kaa in "The Jungle Book", and Roquefort in "The Aristocats", he also appeared in many, many movies in the 1930s and 1940s

Sterling Holloway 1905 - 1992 was the voice of many Disney characters, including Winnie the Pooh, Kaa in "The Jungle Book", and Roquefort in "The Aristocats", the Stork in "Dumbo". He appeared in many movies in the and

Orson Welles

Orson Welles 1915 - 1985 "We're born alone, we live alone, we die alone. Only through our love and friendship can we create the illusion for the moment that we're not alone." Passed away at the age of 70 from a heartattack

Gary Cooper photographed by George Hurrell, 1937

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Jerry Lewis... Never saw this picture of him or any like it. He was so handsome.

Jerry Lewis (born Joseph Horowitz) went into show biz after being expelled from his NJ high school for punching the principle after he made an anti-semitic comment. Had he not shown such courage, we'd have missed a lifetime of laughter.

Errol Flynn

Hollywood actor Errol Flynn looking fabulous in this pic -- I'd wear the entire ensemble right now!