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I remember him now! From the 2002 World Cup. I remember thinking he looked mean because I never saw him smile. But I also remember thinking how damn fine he was, and even more so now that I've seen him smile! And I don't mind your indulgences one bit!

Thanks. :) He is damn near perfect in my eyes and I guess that's why I never want to meet him! :lol:

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Thanks. :) He is damn near perfect in my eyes and I guess that's why I never want to meet him! :lol:

I know what you mean! I woulnd't have much to say. I'd be staring/drooling way too hard!

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My Best Friend's Wedding is on and I really wish he was MY best friend!

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And I'd almost forgotten another gorgeous Englishman (imho):

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yes i have always loved this guy the first is my favorit, he is most talented

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I'll give you the props on Oldman, he did look great in Dracula.

The film itself, however, is an incredibly laughable joke.

But he LOOKED great!

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^ Oh Gary! He's just...great. I love that he's no Brad Pitt, but he doesn't have to be. He just oozes sexiness. Attitude makes somebody 10 times hotter, I swear.

Okay, so recently I've realized that a lot of my favorite guys come out of the 1970s for some reason, so here's an ode to the men of a decade that I'm sure we Zeppelin fans all love around here anyway!

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Robert Redford

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Mick Jagger & Keith Richards (I'm not sure if this pic is from the '70s or the '60s, but whatever, it was convenient)

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Robert De Niro

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Alain Delon

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Al Pacino

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One more Richard, because I can. :D

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Eric Clapton

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Paul Newman (I don't think this is from the '70s, either, but ummm...I think we can all live with that given certain, ahem, circumstances, right?)

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OK, to Footeps Of Dawn, as a completely heterosexual man I must say...

You have impeccable taste in men!

Dreyfuss, particularly...one of my fave actors, and we share the same b-day, Oct. 29.

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OH Robert Redford! :wub::wub::wub: The only other beautiful Robert on earth!

And he's such a very beautiful Robert, too! Another reason I love my mom: Three Days of the Condor came on TV, and she's like, "Oh, you should watch this, it's a good movie!" so I did, and wow. Been in love him ever since. Thanks, mom! I'd have to add one more Beautiful Robert to the list, though - Mr. De Niro. I even got my friends, who usually think I'm crazy, to agree that he looked mighty fine in Taxi Driver. B)

OK, to Footeps Of Dawn, as a completely heterosexual man I must say...

You have impeccable taste in men!

Dreyfuss, particularly...one of my fave actors, and we share the same b-day, Oct. 29.

Why, thank you! :D Yay, nice to see another Dreyfuss appreciator around here! That's awesome that you guys have the same birthday. You don't happen to look like him, too, do you? ;) What's your favorite movie with him in it? I'm kind of new to his stuff, actually (although I shouldn't be; you'd think the Spielberg movies would be no-brainers, but I was kind of movie challenged in my earlier years and am seriously behind...but I digress), so suggestions would be great!

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And he's such a very beautiful Robert, too! Another reason I love my mom: Three Days of the Condor came on TV, and she's like, "Oh, you should watch this, it's a good movie!" so I did, and wow. Been in love him ever since. Thanks, mom! I'd have to add one more Beautiful Robert to the list, though - Mr. De Niro. I even got my friends, who usually think I'm crazy, to agree that he looked mighty fine in Taxi Driver. B)

I watched that too a couple of weeks ago! That was probably the only one of his films that I hadn't seen. I think I've been in love with him since I was 10 and saw him in the Sting! Oh, yes I forgot DeNiro! He's lovely too!

Oh and Paul Newman! Those eyes!

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The Keith/Mick pic is definitely from the late 60s.

The Newman pic is most certainly pre-73, The Sting-era.

Just thought I'd be helpful in the kitchen here.

I'm assuming by posting in this thread everyone will automatically assume I'm gay, but no...just a movie/movie star fan. Newman was great. Nobody's Fool is still one of my faves (and he was in his 70s by then).

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I watched that too a couple of weeks ago! That was probably the only one of his films that I hadn't seen. I think I've been in love with him since I was 10 and saw him in the Sting! Oh, yes I forgot DeNiro! He's lovely too!

Oh and Paul Newman! Those eyes!

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I know! I would never have watched it if it wasn't for my mom - totally underrated movie. Ah, The Sting's an awesome, movie, too! I love all the Redford & Newman movies...great team! Thanks for the pic - now we're in the right decade!

The Keith/Mick pic is definitely from the late 60s.

The Newman pic is most certainly pre-73, The Sting-era.

Just thought I'd be helpful in the kitchen here.

I'm assuming by posting in this thread everyone will automatically assume I'm gay, but no...just a movie/movie star fan. Newman was great. Nobody's Fool is still one of my faves (and he was in his 70s by then).

Thanks! Yeah, Keith's hair threw me off and made me think it might be the '70s, but Mick's should've tipped me off since it was a lot longer later on.

Hey, no problem; I'd totally invade the Beautiful Women thread if you had, say, Ingrid Bergman or Elizabeth Taylor in there - they're so awesome!

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^ Oh Gary! He's just...great. I love that he's no Brad Pitt, but he doesn't have to be. He just oozes sexiness. Attitude makes somebody 10 times hotter, I swear.

He is. Ever watched Rosenkrantz & Guildenstern are Dead? A perfect combination of Gary Oldman and Richard Dreyfuss with a dash of Tim Roth -> yummy! :)

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Footsteps, Jaws is still the fave, maybe too predictable, but its just such a magic piece of work and he shines in it. A little Hollywood side story here, you may know this already...

when it was made ('75 or so) Dreyfuss was worried about his career. I think he had just made The Apprenticeship Of Duddy Kravitz and he really thought his career was over. He took Jaws just because he thought he wasn't going to get any more offers. Spielberg was an unknown then, so he didn't have the rep he has now. Anyway, Dreyfuss thought Jaws was going to be a complete dud, he thought his career in the movie biz was OVER! He was so depressed about it. Then, he went to the premiere and lo and behold Jaws was an instant hit. It made him an overnight star. Of course, he followed with Close Encounters Of The Third Kind two years later and he's been a major star ever since. Other faves would be Down And Out In Beverly Hills, Goodbye Girl (his only Oscar) and Let It Ride (no one has seen it) and a host of others. He's great, Love him to death.

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Young Paul Newman was gorgeous! :wub:

We watched Cool Hand Luke in a literature class (American Realism), and the grad student who was co-teaching the class got up in front of the class and announced that Paul Newman was his "man crush." ROFL :hysterical:

We all kind of giggled, but it was cool, because the teacher was kinda cute anyway... :D

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Young Paul Newman was gorgeous! :wub:

We watched Cool Hand Luke in a literature class (American Realism), and the grad student who was co-teaching the class got up in front of the class and announced that Paul Newman was his "man crush." ROFL :hysterical:

We all kind of giggled, but it was cool, because the teacher was kinda cute anyway... :D

Paul Newman's beautiful enough for everyone to enjoy! Hell, he's in his 80s now and still lovely!

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He is. Ever watched Rosenkrantz & Guildenstern are Dead? A perfect combination of Gary Oldman and Richard Dreyfuss with a dash of Tim Roth -> yummy! :)

OMGz, YES! I LOVE that movie! Tim Roth's definitely on my "yummy" list, too!

"I don't believe in it anyway." "What?" "England." "Just a conspiracy of cartographers, then?" :lol:

Footsteps, Jaws is still the fave, maybe too predictable, but its just such a magic piece of work and he shines in it. A little Hollywood side story here, you may know this already...

when it was made ('75 or so) Dreyfuss was worried about his career. I think he had just made The Apprenticeship Of Duddy Kravitz and he really thought his career was over. He took Jaws just because he thought he wasn't going to get any more offers. Spielberg was an unknown then, so he didn't have the rep he has now. Anyway, Dreyfuss thought Jaws was going to be a complete dud, he thought his career in the movie biz was OVER! He was so depressed about it. Then, he went to the premiere and lo and behold Jaws was an instant hit. It made him an overnight star. Of course, he followed with Close Encounters Of The Third Kind two years later and he's been a major star ever since. Other faves would be Down And Out In Beverly Hills, Goodbye Girl (his only Oscar) and Let It Ride (no one has seen it) and a host of others. He's great, Love him to death.

Wow, I didn't know that! Interesting...yeah, I bet he was a little disappointed about the way things were going before Jaws after the nice jump start to his career he got with American Graffiti. Lucky guy, but he deserves it! Thanks for the suggestions - and Jaws isn't too obvious to me; I still haven't seen it, but I will in the near future. I'm kind of a weenie, so in the past I didn't want to watch it and then be too afraid to go to the beach ever again, but I think I'm ready for it now.

Young Paul Newman was gorgeous! :wub:

We watched Cool Hand Luke in a literature class (American Realism), and the grad student who was co-teaching the class got up in front of the class and announced that Paul Newman was his "man crush." ROFL :hysterical:

We all kind of giggled, but it was cool, because the teacher was kinda cute anyway... :D

Man crush! lmao! I love it. Can't blame him - I'd have a man crush on him, too, if I were a man. But I guess I can relate anyway, since, as a woman, I have a non-man-crush on him. Um, yeah... :blink:

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Not to side track you lovely lusty women here, but Liz Taylor circa Butterfield 8 era, there wasn't a woman that came close to her then. I'm too drunk to go searching the net and post pics, maybe tomorrow.

And...

for my own opinions here -

Pitt-- great in Fight Club, and yes he's gorgeous.

The guy in the new Bond, Casino Royale, can't remember his name...excellent as Bond.

Jared Leto - should play Roger Daltrey in the Keith Moon flick.

David Beckham - I'd rather fuck Posh Spice, but then you'd all expect that, I'm sure.

Pacino - He's beautiful

DeNiro - Maybe I'm biased because of his performances, he's just magnetic on screen.

Redford - Oh, if you only knew the way women swooned over him in the 70s. He was the Brad Pitt of his day. I always liked Bob, he had a kind of rugged look that men could identify with. Great in Butch Cassidy and The Sundance Kid. Lots of great films.

If anything I probably look more like a middle-age Tom Cruise than anything else. Hey, I was an extra in the auditorium scene from Talk Radio. Oh, that Oliver Stone. Kept us all waiting for hours. I was just too fast for the movie scene. I'm more of the wandering artist type.

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Ooohh, yoou can't go wrong with Jaws, go rent it today. One of the best movies of all time, an instant classic. Yes, it is scary, but its just great film-making and Richard is outstanding in it.

Rosencrantz and Guildenstern is also great, I particularly Love the "Tennis / Question Game" scene, Roth is also good in that. Of course, I'm a massive Hamlet fan so I'm geared toward liking it anyway.

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OMGz, YES! I LOVE that movie! Tim Roth's definitely on my "yummy" list, too!

"I don't believe in it anyway." "What?" "England." "Just a conspiracy of cartographers, then?" :lol:

Hehehe...the dialogues are brilliant. The entire script is brilliant actually.

"For a handful of coin I happen to have a private and uncut performance of "The Rape of the Sabine Women"... or rather woman... or rather Alfred - and for eight you can participate!"

:hysterical:

Ok - less talk, more pics!

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