Thursday, June 12, 2008

The Handsomest Man Who Ever Lived

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In your opinion, who do you think was the handsomest and most attractive man who ever lived on this planet? Please explain your answer for your choice.

Tags: Mark Anthony, Casanova, Rudolph Valentino, Errol Flynn, Gary Cooper, Charlie Chaplin, Clark Gable, Allan Ladd, Carry Grant, Dean Martin, Rock Hudson, Elvis Presley, Sean Connery, Paul McCartney, Tony Curtis, James Dean, Tom Cruise, Brad Pitt, Leonardo DiCaprio, Pierce Brosnan

Posted by: Mel Avila Alarilla


Jenaisle said...

I would say it is Mel Gibson. Why? well for one he has that animal magnetism without trying hard. He is charismatic, funny, and down to earth. Men should have a certain sense of humor to be considered handsome.

He can be serious when the moment demands it...and man, he is a really good actor.

Sandra Cobb said...

Cary Grant wins this hands down for me. Not only was he handsome, but he was charming and dignified, yet funny and easy going - all at the same time. Beautiful within and without. I still love watching his movies.

Reflections- A Christian Blog said...

Hi Jenaisle,
Thanks for your point of view. It's good to be a namesake of your favorite actor. He, he, he, *lol* Thanks again for your visit and comments. God bless.

Reflections- A Christian Blog said...

Hi Sandra,
Yes, Cary Grant was one of the most famous and handsomest actor of all time. Thanks for your point of view. God bless.

bambit said...

Sean Connery, hands down. Even when he came out of retirement to do even more movies I still thought he was the handsomest leading man ever.

Thanks for participating in my EntreCard contest, Mel!

Guardian Angel said...

If we're talking about good looks alone, I can vote for Elvis Presley.

But for the model appeal looks, let me vote for Pierce Borsnan.

For the action stars, I think it would be Jet Lee and Mel Gibson.

By the way, thanks for the link love for both of my blogs as your 4th and 8th top dropper for May.

Call for coexistence said...

can you pass this tag to me please

Mel Avila Alarilla said...

Hi Bambit,
Sean Connery really is superb especially during his heyday. Thanks for sharing your points of view. God bless.

Mel Avila Alarilla said...

Hi Guardian Angel,
Thanks for your choices of Elvis Presley and Pierce Brosnan. Thank you too for being included in my top ten Entrecard droppers for May. I really appreciate that. Sorry, if I have not figured in your top ten droppers since I do my Entrecard dropping randomly and continuously. So I spread my droppings too far and wide but very thinly. But I religiously drop at all those who advertise with my blogs. Thanks for your visit and comments. God bless.

Mel Avila Alarilla said...

Hi Call For Coexistence,
This is not a tag but a question for expressing one's point of view. But you can copy the question, no problem with that. I noticed that people read blogs with very short articles so I came up with this and with my K.I.S.S.-Keep It Short and Simple blog. You can copy anything from my blog, no problem with that. Thanks for your visit and comments. God bless.

marlene said...

Sir Roger Moore! He's got the humor and charms as an actor. He's the real James Bond to me.

Btw, thanks for advertising your blog to mine. Your EC is showing on my widget now.

Sue said...

For a new actor I like Russell Crow, he's a good actor and good looking too. An older one I like was James Garner, I love all his old movies and tv shows and when he was younger he was very handsome.

suplado said...

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jennifer said...

It would depend on the era. I always like Carey Grant. I thought his acting style, his looks and voice were wonderful.

But then I see photos of Elvis Presley and think that he really was a beautiful man. Striking.

Be blessed.


Dr.Richard said...

There were a lot of leading men in my time who were extremely handsome. Rock Hudson, Robert Ryan, Randolph Scott, Errol Flynn...and of course, later, Sean Connery. I think Cary Grant was right there with them all. My Personal Choice is Gary Cooper, and thats probably because he resembled my Father, who was a real lady thriller in his own right. As an older man, I have observed that the rugged type, like Clint Eastwood, or even Sean Connery, are slowly being replaced by a more effeminate look. Rounder faces, etc. I think there are certain parameters that make a man attractive, and it isnt all his physical appearance.


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