Beefcake Shots Of The Hottest Butch Number Of The 1950s

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Says La Daily's own Gregory Moore:

"For my dough, the hottest, butchest, tough-guy hunk in Hollywood, circa late '40s/early '50s: Steve Cochran.

"He was Mae West's discovery and longtime stud well into her 60s. (According to Mamie Van Doren, they both 'shared' him ... and according to Mamie, he had the biggest dick in Hollywood.)

"You'll see some evidence of that in the final triptych I did of 3 screencaps from a 1952 film called The Lion and the Horse (guess who he played?), in which his jean-covered crotch should have gotten co-star billing!

"Here are some other lovely pics of him ... the blonde in the 'clinch' photo is Ruth Roman."

Ruth Roman from my movie club classic The Baby? Now that's hot!


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With Ruthie Roman

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The Lion and the (very hung) Horse

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With Ruth Roman again


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17 comments
Jack E. Jett
Jack E. Jett

These guys are so sexy and to think that this was way before any manscaping so they have fur where men should have fur. 

I wish that all gay men would work together to bring PUBES back. 

MarkyMark
MarkyMark

He was quite the butch stud furball, and I have my own little collection of his pix. In the amazing crime drama "The Damned Don't Cry" (1950) he appeared in just swim trunks, strutting around poolside in front of Joan Crawford (!); unfortunately the scene doesn't come across as that hot to me.

Anne Thrax
Anne Thrax

Steve was big enough to satisfy therapacious Joan Crawford, with whom he starred in The Damned Don't Cry (1950). According to Darwin Porter's biography of Merv Griffin, Merv sampled Steve's wares.

EQUAL PUPPET RIGHTS
EQUAL PUPPET RIGHTS

I hate body hair which is a problem as every man I meet are very hairy. Back hair and lot's of chest hair is my only real deal breaker. I can't stand it when a man is hairy. It is like petting a dog or cat. Yuck.

jonster
jonster

Love him.  From Briansdriveintheater:  "Cochran's film career began to cool in the early 1960s, but he stayed busy making numerous guest appearances on such television programs as Route 66, The Untouchables, and Burke's Law. In June 1965, Steve Cochran sailed to Guatemala with an all-girl crew to scout filming locations for his production company. Tragically, he developed a sudden acute lung infection and died three days into the trip, on June 15, 1965, at the age of 48."  Apparently, no one on the boat knew how to pilot it and the remaining girls drifted for days before running ashore in Mexico.

Southern Dave
Southern Dave

 Wasn't he a real-life bad guy, too? Running afoul of the law some way or other.

Very good as Virginia Mayo's hulking bit on the side in "White Heat."

Bethesda
Bethesda

Ruth was serving a whole other kind of dynamic in her blonde days. Wild stuff.

Isis
Isis

WOOFF!!!!!

mjm
mjm

I would take anything Darwin Porter writes with a grain of salt (it's more than likely fiction. also David Bret is anothe of his kind, the fiction-biography writer)

speaking of Mamie Van Doren, where's she been lately? I heard she had a cameo cut out of the Hangover 2. She's looking terrific for 80 yrs.

Rabbit
Rabbit

Poor Baby. No wonder you never get laid.

- Hairy Rabbit

Musto
Musto

Well, this was a different time when hair signified manly. Especially on Hope Emerson.

Movielover
Movielover

Seems like everybody had to try the blonde bombshell look, just like they all had to put on that pointy bra!  I think they were all trying to do a "Marilyn" but not one could (though they were some lovlies too).

Rabbit
Rabbit

"...this was a different time when hair signified manly."

Still does, honey.

He-Man Rabbit

jonster
jonster

"Especially on Hope Emerson"

BWA-HA HA HA HA HA !!!!!!

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