The Dapper Hollywood Film Star Sessue Hayakawa in the who in a time more enlightened than our own rivaled Douglas Fairbanks at the box office. He went on to form his own production company, becoming one of the highest paid figures during its silent era.
Sessue Hayakawa Considered a major Hollywood heartthrob on par with Valentino in the and brooding Japanese actor Sessue Hayakawa rose to fame after starring in Cecil B. DeMille’s 1915 silent drama, "The Cheat." The movie shocked audiences of
Sessue Hayakawa, Hollywood silent film star and the first movie hearthrob - sadly forgotten today. though I remember him as the pirate captain in Disney's "Swiss Family Robinson," when he was quite older.