Ever since the silent film era, Hollywood beefcake photos have titillated both female and gay male fans. Here we continue our series celebrating gay, bisexual, and straight movie stars wearing next to nothing at all.
Pictured here: Anthony Perkins's love affair with Tab Hunter was quashed by the studio long before he went on to Psycho fame.
Burly Burt Lancaster ruled the screen in the 1950s.
Before he was famous, the young Burt Lancaster posed for nude photos (we can't stop you from Googling "Burt Lancaster nude").
Charlton Heston catches up on some reading between starring in biblical epics.
Long before his Dirty Harry fame, Clint Eastwood calls his agent.
Bodybuilder Ed Fury got a few TV and movie credits during the late '50s.
Gay actors Farley Granger and Roddy McDowall are ready to share — a Coke?
Before Disney fame and TV's My Three Sons, Fred MacMurray was already a DILF.
Gay star George Nader was linked with another famous hunk — coming up ...
George Nader even makes you coffee in the morning!
Gordon Scott had some loincloth malfunctions as Tarzan (as a YouTube video reveals).
Guy Madison was a sailor plucked from obscurity by gay agent Henry Willson.
Guy Madison gets ready to aim his arrow.
Bisexual 1950s icon James Dean.
Before he was famous, Giant star James Dean posed nude — and we can't stop you from Googling it.
Jock Mahoney comes clean.
John Payne hits the beach.
Lex Barker did a stint as Tarzan — and as Mr. Lana Turner.
Marlon Brando bared his chest in A Streetcar Named Desire and a star was born.
Marlon Brando admitted to being wildly bisexual, and James Dean was allegedly the only man who ever turned him down.
The troubled but beautiful gay star Montgomery Clift.
Montgomery Clift was sexually linked to many gay stars, including Rock Hudson.
Paul Newman was allegedly even more bisexually voracious than Brando (according to Brando).
The spectacular Paul Newman makes the Holy Land even holier while filming Exodus.
Robert Conrad was TV's Hawaiian Eye before gaining stardom on The Wild Wild West.
Robert Taylor was a closeted star of the '30s and '40s, whose marriage to the allegedly bisexual Barbara Stanwyck was thought to be one of convenience.
Gay truck driver Roy Fitzgerald was transformed by gay agent Henry Willson into superstar Rock Hudson.
Rock Hudson's rise to stardom is detailed in the book The Man Who Invented Rock Hudson.
Rock Hudson and George Nader — gay BFFs or something more? The evidence suggests "more."
Cowboy star Rory Calhoun was another Henry Willson discovery. (Watch that wrist, Rory.)
Gay actor Sal Mineo was the go-to boy to play a troubled teen — and never more overtly gay than in Rebel Without a Cause.
Allegedly bisexual Sterling Hayden sets sail.
Bodybuilder Steve Reeves was the Herculean king of sword-and-sandal epics.
1950s heartthrob Tab Hunter was another gay hunk whose career was built (and then destroyed) by agent Henry Willson.
Tab Hunter's homosexuality was an "open secret" until he officially came out in a memoir and new film.
Gay buddies Tab Hunter and Roddy McDowall: "Sausage or cake?"
Tony Curtis admitted to his wildly bisexual Hollywood past in his 2008 memoir American Prince.
Tony Curtis will knock you out!
Bisexual star of the '30s and '40s Tyrone Power was romantically linked with composer Lorenz Hart and actor Cesar Romero.
Tyrone Power and Latin lover Cesar Romero (long before Romero became the Joker on TV's Batman).
William Holden just can't keep his shirt on while wooing Kim Novak in Picnic.
1950s superstar William Holden — unshaven.
Before he reigned in The King and I, reportedly bisexual Yul Brynner posed for some very artful nude photos (and Google knows all his business).