Yul Brynner’s erotic photos by George Platt Lynes

 Yul Brynner began acting and modeling in his twenties and early in his career he was photographed nude by George Platt Lynes (1907-1955). These shots were taken in 1942. No comment necessary.

I am not the author of these photos, unfortunately. All rights go to the lucky George Platt Lynes.
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Hanine: 26 and counting, Ph.D in Film Theory & Art History in progress, living la dolce vita in Italia, from the Middle-(B)east, equal-opportunity offender.

21 thoughts on “Yul Brynner’s erotic photos by George Platt Lynes”

  1. I have had a lifelong thing for Yul Brynner. He was the same age as my grandmother and I am now 51 years old, now. I got to see Yul in the King and I, when it came to Seattle, about 6 months before he passed away. I have seen all of his movies, some many times. I have also seen many photos of Yul; with and without hair, but, this is the first time I have ever seen him in all his glory. WOW! WOW!! WOW!!! =) I have a whole new appreciation for him, from now on. Now that I have seen Yul nekked, and like what I see, he is even more sexy, to me, than ever before. Thank you for posting these amazing photos of my Hollywood Crush!!! =)

    1. Oh, I’m so happy to meet another Yul fan! I was so happy to find these photos myself in decent resolution! Rock n’ Roll, he’s a great crush to have!! Kisses!

  2. These are tame compared to the stuff in the produced in the 1970’s when X rated moved were attended by the general public in droves. I can not imagine that lines for a sexual movie like they do now for Star Trek or Finding Nemo.

    1. Of course. But for American standards they were pretty edgy, especially knowing the strict censorship of sexuality which American cinema has been subjected to. I hope you liked the shots though :-D

  3. I just bough one of those pictures, the one he is standing up at a state sale, I hope it’s worth some money, at least more than I paid for it

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