We'll start way back in the late-'20s/early-'30s with this shot of Czech actor Francis Lederer keeping in shape on a studio lot. The photo, most likely taken for use in publicity or in fan magazines, shows him in great shape, especially for this era.
Errol Flynn is shown here relaxing on his boat, the Zaca.
George Nader doing some brick-laying (dresses in his work clothes and “dressed right!”)
Fabian wore some figure-flattering pants in 1959's Hound Dog Man.
Michael Landon kept keen viewers alert for the run of the show. This particular picture doesn't say a thousand words, but others of him sprinkled into previous posts sure do!
Tab Hunter in his prime during the movie The Golden Arrow (1962.)
Mr. Burt Reynolds, hanging out in the kitchen of one of his early homes.
Hugh O'Brian guest-starred on the premiere episode of The Virginian (1962), he wore some weathered jeans that sometimes gave our eyes a treat. (If you happened to look at the woman, that's Miss Colleen Dewhurst as his ladyfriend.)
Space: 1999, but here we see a preview of the future...
Peter Brown and William Smith had great camaraderie and wore some clingy trousers.
Stephen Boyd is constricted in his tight, white wetsuit, but I love him and the movie Fantastic Voyage (1966) so I am posting the picture anyway.
John Gavin from the 1970 TV-movie Cutter's Trail, but he's so dang good looking I had to allow it in this collection.
Robert Conrad for this revealing photo taken on the set of his WWII series Baa Baa Black Sheep (1976-1978.)
Ted McGinley of Happy Days (1980-1984, and later The Love Boat and Dynasty.)