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A Feast For The Eyes: Hot Men Throughout The Ages – Movie Stars

Throughout the years, hot men in Hollywood have come and gone. Some were award-winning actors who lived well into old age, others’ lives were cut tragically short. As my sister would gladly point out, all the men on this list are in coffins. The hottest movie stars who are still alive, well that’s a list for another day – stay tuned. But really, does it matter that all the men on this list are dead? They are alive and well on cellulite, where their hotness can be enjoyed and appreciated for generations to come. So, join me in celebrating the 10 hottest male movie stars of the past 100 years in A Feast For The Eyes: Hot Men Throughout The Ages – Movie Stars.

10. Rudolph Valentino (May 6, 1895 – August 23, 1926)

Mr. Judd Has Such Wonderful Muscles: Rudolph Valentino in The Young Rajah (1922).

Arguably the first Hollywood sex symbol, Rudolph Valentino was an Italian actor during the silent film era of the 1920s.  His biggest films were The Sheik, The Young Rajah, Blood And Sand and The Four Horsemen Of The Apocalypse. When he died prematurely, at the age of 31, an estimated 100,000 people lined the streets for his Manhattan funeral.

Ultimate Hotness Level: As a Latin lover in The Sheik (1921).

9. James Dean (February 8, 1931 – September 30, 1955)

You’re Tearing Me Apart!: James Dean In Rebel Without A Cause (1955). Photo Credit: Warner Bros.

James Dean’s star power was short but sizzling hot. He skyrocketed to fame in the early 1950s, when he appeared in Rebel Without A Cause. He was the ultimate bad boy and became a cultural icon because of it. Dean’s bad boy persona was tragically proven true when he died in a car crash in 1955 at the age of 24.

Ultimate Hotness Level: Wearing his red jacket and puffing on a cigarette in Rebel Without a Cause.

8. Bruce Lee (November 27, 1940 – July 20, 1973)

Enter The Dragon: Bruce Lee  Photo Credit: Concord/Warner Bros/Kobal/REX/Shutterstock

In the early 1980s, my first boyfriend was obsessed with Bruce Lee movies. To me, they were mindless flicks with terrible plots. But I sat through them without argument, because a shirtless Bruce Lee kicking ass was damn fine to watch. Lee was an actor, director and martial artist who died tragically at the young age of 33.

Ultimate Hotness Level: I don’t remember the titles, or plotlines, to any of his movies, so I guess I’ll go with just about any film he was in.

7. Paul Newman (January 26, 1925 – September 26, 2008)

A Feast For The Eyes: Hot Men Throughout The Ages - Movie Stars
I Thought It Was A Nice Round Number: Paul Newman, sans shirt – you’re welcome.

Paul Newman had the most beautiful bright blue eyes of just about any actor who’s ever graced the silver screen. He also had a need for speed and was an accomplished race car driver. Another fact that made Newman very hot was his off-screen philanthropy and his 50-year marriage to his wife, actress Joanne Woodward.

Ultimate Hotness Level: Sprawling around in an open shirt in the 1967 flick, Cool Hand Luke.

6. Heath Ledger (April 4, 1979 – January 22, 2008)

A Feast For The Eyes: Hot Men Throughout The Ages - Movie Stars
It’s Not In Me To Withdraw: Heath Ledger in A Knight’s Tale (2001). Photo Credit: Columbia Pictures

There’s no denying it – Heath Ledger was hot. He had curly blonde hair, big eyes and a rugged jawline.  The late Australian actor rose to fame as the ultimate Hollywood heartthrob in the late 1990s and early 2000s. Unfortunately, he died at only 28 years old after taking too many prescription pills.

Ultimate Hotness Level: As the sweet, penniless pauper, who was determined to become a knight, in A Knight’s Tale.

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Harlan Ellison Defied Hollywood Brass

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Harlan Ellison in 1977.

Harlan Ellison was not afraid of the Hollywood establishment. The science fiction author and screenwriter did not suffer plagiarists lightly. He successfully sued ABC and James Cameron, among many others. Ellison died on June 28th at the age of 84.

In his lawsuit against ABC and Paramount Pictures, he alleged the TV series Future Cop was based on the short story Brillo, which was co-written with Ben Bova. The court awarded Ellison and Bova a settlement of $337,00.

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