From the very onset of Tyrone Power's career in his star making turn,"Lloyds of London," (1936)he was an instant fan magazine favorite. With his extraordinary looks photographing as well in print as they did on screen, he became a popular subject with the press. Helped along by his affable manner, and the bottom line of his visage selling magazines, he remained a press favorite until the end of his career. This was Hollywood's heyday and fan magazines were no exception with wonderful artwork being the rule rather than the exception. Led by the likes of brilliant illustrator Earl Christy, Marland Stone, James Earl Flagg, et al, this truly was an era the likes of which will probably never visit us again.

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