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Jimmy Stewart - Stewart is among the most honored and popular stars in film history, and he also served in World War II as a US Air Force Officer.

Clark Gable - At the height of his career during the 1930s and 1940s, the actor was often called "The King of Hollywood," and royalty was certainty a good look for him.

Paul Newman - He's a screen legend, a veritable superstar, and the owner of the most famous blue eyes in cinematic history.

Gene Kelly - Gene Kelly could dance, act, sing, direct, produce, and more, but he is most remembered for his energy, his likable characters, and his good looks.

James Dean - A cultural icon of teenage disillusionment, Dean made angst look attractive.

Humphrey Bogart - Humphrey Bogart was a classical Hollywood icon, named the greatest male star of American cinema in 1999. 

Laurence Olivier - It's said that Laurence Olivier could speak William Shakespeare's lines as naturally as if he were actually thinking them.

Marlon Brando - Brando is widely considered one of the greatest movie actors of all time, with a career spanning 60 years.

Cary Grant - One of classic Hollywood's definitive leading men became known for his charismatic accent, debonair demeanor, and killer sense of comedic timing.

Bruce Lee - Lee Jun-fan, known professionally as Bruce Lee, was one of the most influential martial artists and a pop culture icons of the 20th century.

Tab Hunter - The well-known Hollywood star and heartthrob appeared in over 40 films and was fawned over in the 1950s and 1960s for his clean-cut good looks.

Paul Robeson - The bass baritone concert artist and actor is famous both for his cultural accomplishments and for his political activism.

Toshiro Mifune - The Japanese actor appeared in over 150 feature films! 

Robert Taylor - Taylor began his film career in 1934, winning his first leading role the following year in 'Magnificent Obsession.'

Roger Moore -
Best-known for portraying fictional British secret agent James Bond in seven feature films from 1973 to 1985.

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