Les Enfants Terribles

An Incredible Movie Moment: Gene Kelly and Donald O’Connor singing & dancing the 'Moses Supposes" routine - My favorite! - in ‘Singin’ in the Rain’, 1952

1934 Joan Crawford - Photo by George Hurrell - http://georgehurrell.com/

Joan Crawford - Hurrell shot all the major stars at MGM. Joan Crawford, one of the studio's leading ladies, became another muse of Hurrell's. He shot 33 portrait sessions with her. "I photographed Crawford literally thousands of times," Hurrell said.

Visit Graceland and celebrate Elvis Aaron Presley week August The King of Rock and Roll. Listen to some of Elvis's songs, Jailhouse rock, My Way, Crying in the Ghetto and many more.

Paul Newman on the set of What a Way to Go!, 1963

OLD SKOOL DUDE NIGHT: Paul "fuck me with your eyes" Newman. My favorite Paul is Bearded Paul, and my favorite Bearded Paul is this one, from What A Way To Go.one of my favoritest movies of all time. He really aged gracefully, this one.

Marcello Mastroianni, 1966, in a portrait by Bert Stern

[on Marcello Mastroianni] Marcello is a man who thinks like a man, talks like a man -- is a man! He has so much magnetism, he brings out the very soul in a woman. -Sophia Loren Marcello Mastroianni photographed for Vogue by Bert Stern.

Gene Wilder in Young Frankenstein

Gene Wilder - Young Frankenstein He could rock guy liner as well mmmmhmmm

Douglas Fairbanks, Jr. Quotes. QuotesGram

Swashbuckling Star Caption: circa Hollywood actor Douglas Fairbanks Jr - who received a knighthood in 1949 for 'furthering Anglo-American amity'. (Photo by George Hurrell/John Kobal Foundation/Getty Images) Date created: 01 Jan 1937

Yul Brynner and his Mercedes 300SL. It doesn't get much cooler than that.

Yul Brynner is pictured below in his Mercedes-Benz Roadster as he pulls up to the premier of the 1956 Cecil B. DeMille blockbuster named The Ten Commandments. Yul Brynner played Egyptian Pharaoh Rameses II in the movie.

Gary Cooper the best example of what critic Richard Schickel called “perfect masculine grace,” the greatest film star of his era… He had the looks, talent, voice, finesse, sex appeal, and—the rarest of all attributes in a male film actor — masculine sensitivity. G. Bruce Boyer

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