Category Archives: Mantiques

Wilde About Cornel

October 13 marks the 106th anniversary of the birth of Cornel Wilde, the Hungarian-American actor and director who enjoyed a career of over 50 years in show biz! (more…)
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10 Times Burt Reynolds Was Too Hot

The great screen icon Burt Reynolds died Thursday at 82, leaving in his wake a slew of memorable TV and movie appearances, and a reputation as a ladies' man and as one of the last century's go-to sex symbols. (more…)
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Mantiques: Tab Hunter’s Heyday

Tab Hunter passed away July 8, a few days shy of 87. It was the end of the remarkable life of a man who seemed indifferent toward his own stunning good looks — and took a similarly so-what? approach to being gay at a time when that should've kept him from becoming one of the…
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Clint Walker: Salute to a He-Man

Clint Walker (April 30, 1927-May 21, 2018) passed away suddenly this week in the company of his wife and daughter. The cause of death was congestive heart failure. (more…)
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Lorenzo Lamas Hits 60: HOT Gallery

Lorenzo Lamas was born 60 years ago today, on January 20, 1958. It's no surprise he grew up gorgeous — after all, his parents were MGM stars Fernando Lamas (1915-1982) and Arlene Dahl (b. 1925), two nearly perfect specimens in their own right. (more…)
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Kerwin Mathews, Cinema’s Sexy Sinbad

Today would have been the 92nd birthday of Kerwin Mathews, best known as a fantasy hero for his lead roles in The 7th Voyage of Sinbad (1958), The Three Worlds of Gulliver (1960) and Jack the Giant Killer (1962). (more…)
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Ken Clark’s Not-So-Small, but Pivotal, Part

I got completely caught up in the Alfred Hitchcock Presents (1955-1962) marathon on Halloween in 2015. As big a fan of Hitchcock as I always have been, I'd actually seen very few of these episodes; this was not a widely re-run series in my youth. (more…)
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