In 1953 Montgomery Clift was a member of an outstanding ensemble cast who had filmed 'From Here to Eternity,' a fictional tale of the weeks preceding Pearl Harbor's attack. Burt Lancaster recalls the only time he was afraid of an actor was in a shooting his first scene with Clift. He also said of Clift, "He had so much power, so much concentration. Clift was a complicated man, there's no question about it. He was a very sweet man, Monty, very emotional."…

In 1953 Montgomery Clift was a member of an outstanding ensemble cast who had filmed 'From Here to Eternity.

Montgomery Clift, Photographed By Stanley Kubrick In 1949 For An Article Titled "Glamor Boy In Baggy Pants."  Photo: Stanley Kubrick; Library of Congress

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Montgomery Clift, photographed by Stanley Kubrick in 1949 for an article titled Titled "Glamor Boy In Baggy Pants.

So he was crazy... he was still a hottie!! Ohhhh Monty....

Montgomery Clift

Montgomery Clift (born Edward Montgomery Clift) was an American film and stage actor who often played outsiders and "victim-heroes.

Montgomery Clift in the days before muscle took over mens looks and a face was all it took.

Montgomery Clift in the days before muscle took over mens looks and a face was all it took. <Monty had just enough muscle but paired with a soft demeanour and peaceful face.

Edward Montgomery "Monty" Clift - colorized by jecinci

gregorypecks: ““… when I began studying his performances on film, I realized that Monty’s best work was always his remarkable paring down to the essentials of a character. In his movies Monty personified nonconformists and loners, who, in the midst.

Montgomery Clift and Elizabeth Taylor in A Place in the Sun", 1951 Más

Elizabeth Taylor: A Life in Pictures

La Cineteca di Don Diego Montgomery Clift & Elizabeth Taylor " A Place in the Sun " , 1951 Maria DD

Montgomery Clift photographed by Alfredo Valente, 1948.

Montgomery Clift photographed by Alfredo Valente, 1948.

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