Humphrey Bogart - by George Hurrell - Hurrell developed the classic movie star headshot from the the 20's through the 40's. After the war his classic style somewhat lost favor but he had a renascence in the mid-60's. Just before his death in the 90's he was back to photographing movie stars of the day. You may not know the name but his style is burned into your photographic subconscious.
Tony Curtis: Hollywood's most famous 'pretty boy,' a moniker he spent his whole life running from, but there was nothing effeminate about him. Even in Some Like It Hot, where he was prettier than Marilyn Monroe, whom he was courting while being forced to dress in drag, he was hysterically macho. - Ronni
Errol Flynn looking pretty. This guy was a rogue and a scoundrel BUT that being said he was a swashbuckler actor that inspired many ideals in my young life, more for the roles he played than the man he actually was.