here and here. Today, we're going to uncover a few more. There are sixty photos in this post, so if you only spend one second on each picture, you can breeze through it in just a minute! Then again, if you spend one minute studying each chest, you will be here an hour! Maybe you'll hit upon a happy medium. There's a variety on hand, hopefully something for everyone, though I tend to go for a certain type myself, the beefy, hairy ones. Special thanks to our cover boy today, Mr. Guy Madison!
Here we find the late Mickey Rooney enjoying a conversation with a pal on a pair of comfy lounge chairs.
Dewey Martin being blindfolded as he entered the secret passageways of the pyramid to complete work on it. Thankfully, the audience isn't blindfolded and can look his tight, tan frame over (and over!)
John Bromfield, seen here with Lon Chaney Jr.
John Derek plays the title character in The Leather Saint (1956), a minister who boxes in order to win money for his charitable causes. Anyone ready to sign up and go a few rounds with him?
Mr. Hugh O'Brian, seen here shaking hands with a close pal.
Love Has Many Faces, a glossy Lana Turner spectacular. It was life-changing for me.
Robert Conrad, seen here pumping some iron.
Van Williams did together, several of which appear elsewhere on this site.
Jim Brown turned to acting and was often stripped to the waist (and even further in his spread for Playgirl magazine!)
Burt Reynolds movie of the 1960s and '70s that didn't feature a shirtless scene. Reynolds and Brown entertainingly costarred in 100 Rifles in 1969.
Sam Elliott during his comparatively brief pre-mustache days.
As the World Turns, 1983-1987) and later the star of a string of Bandit TV-movies in the mid-'90s. And let's not forget a memorable 2001 two-part guest shot on Oz. He also had the most amazing eyes one can imagine. In recent years, his chief work has been in voiceovers, which isn't fair! LOL
Mr. Clint Walker, so the final spot in this post belongs to him. That, my friends, was a MAN!