HOLLYWOOD: He Was a Beautiful Man

When the service ended, an honor guard of Marine aviators carried the body of ex-Marine Tyrone Power, 45, from Hollywood's Chapel of the Psalms to a grave in Memorial Park Cemetery. Major Power deserved the attention; he had served his country well during World War II. As an actor, he had been better than many of Hollywood's handsome heroes. As a private citizen, he had certainly been no worse. But in paying its last respects to a man it genuinely liked—he had died in Spain on the set of his latest movie, Solomon...

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