How to Be a Gentleman: A Guide for the Modern Man

How to Be a Gentleman: A Guide for the Modern Man

View Gary Cooper by George Hurrell on artnet. Browse more artworks George Hurrell from Andrew Weiss Gallery.

GARY COOPER (Sergeant York, High Noon, The Pride Of The Yankees, A Farewell To Arms, For Whom The Bell Tolls and Mr. Deeds Goes To Town; died in May of 1961 of prostate, colon and lung cancer)

Gary Cooper was an actore famed for his stoic understated style. He made a name for himself in Westerns, crime, comedy and drama's. This 1929 photo shows why he was considered such a beautiful man!

So old school it hurts..... Gary Cooper

From Sack Coats to Trucker Hats: 100 Years of Men's Fashion

Gary Cooper.  LOVE OLD MOVIES THAT HE IS IN!!!

An entry from smatterings of an aesthetic

Gary Cooper, One of the most handsome young men ever. A little (well, a lot) too conservative to ever be a true heartthrob, but easy on the eyes nonetheless.

Gary Cooper. The man was beautiful.

Gary Cooper, Ca. 1936 Canvas Print / Canvas Art by Everett

Gary Cooper, Ca. 1936 Photograph by Everett - Gary Cooper, Ca. 1936 Fine Art Prints and Posters for Sale

FRANK JAMES GARY COOPER (Actor)    BIRTH:  May 7, 1901 in Helena, Montana, U.S.A.  DEATH:  May 13, 1961 in Beverly Hills, California, U.S.A.  CAUSE OF DEATH:  Prostate Cancer  CLAIM TO FAME:  High Noon

Frank James Gary Cooper ✮ (Actor) Birth: May 1901 in Helena, Montana, USA Death: May 1961 in Beverly Hills, California, USA Cause of Death: Prostate Cancer Claim to Fame: High Noon

MOROCCO (1932) - Gary Cooper smokes a cigarette while on break during filming - Paramount Pictures.

MOROCCO - Gary Cooper smokes a cigarette while on break during filming - Paramount Pictures.

Gary Cooper in a publicity shot for Design for Living (Ernst Lubitsch, 1933)  via deforest

wehadfacesthen: “ Gary Cooper in a publicity shot for Design for Living (Ernst Lubitsch, ”

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