Sessue Hayakawa ... old Hollywood actor (first Asian American lead actor in 1920s and after... contemporary of Charlie Chaplin's). Started in silent films

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.

farleysgranger: Sessue Hayakawa, ca. 1929

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, silent and "talkie" actor in American, English, French, German, Japanese films (Bridge of the River Kwai) 1889-1973

Sessue Hayakawa, silent and "talkie" actor, was a sex symbol before Rudolph Valentino

Kittyinva: 1917 Sessue Hayakawa, who was the only male Japanese-American silent film star. His wife was also a successful actress in America.

Kittyinva: 1917 Sessue Hayakawa, who was the only male Japanese-American silent film star. His wife was also a successful actress in America.

photo stylish portrait Sessue Hayakawa c 1920 in tuxedo and tails 1189-21

photo stylish portrait Sessue Hayakawa c 1920 in tuxedo and tails 1189-21

photo stylish portrait Sessue Hayakawa c 1920 in tuxedo and tails

Sessue Hayakawa(1889-1973)

Sessue Hayakawa (早川 雪洲 Hayakawa Sesshū, June 1889 – November was a Japanese Issei actor.

Sessue Hayakawa (June 10, 1889 – November 23, 1973) Japanese and American actor who starred in American, Japanese, French, German, and British films. Hayakawa was active at the outset of the American film industry and was very popular with female movie-goers for his good looks.

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.

I present to you good people, Sessue Hayakawa, silent film movie stud.  First off, just look at this guy. Yum.  He was a Japanese immigrant and one of the few Asian actors to reach fame in Hollywood. He is actually *the* original heartthrob of cinema, making all the ladies swoon (and it’s not hard to see why).

I present to you good people, Sessue Hayakawa, silent film movie stud. He was a Japanese immigrant and one of the few Asian actors to reach fame in Hollywood.

Sessue Hayakawa 早川 雪洲 (1889 – 1973) was a Japanese actor who starred in American silent films.   "His 'broodingly handsome' good looks and typecasting as a sinister villain with sexual dominance made him a heartthrob among American women, and the first male sex symbol of Hollywood, several years in advance of Rudolph Valentino.  During those early years, Hayakawa was as well known and as popular as Charlie Chaplin and Douglas Fairbanks, although today his name is sadly unknown to the…

Sessue Hayakawa 早川 雪洲 – was a Japanese actor who starred in American silent films (as part of a career that spanned from

1918. Sessue Hayakawa (1889 – 1973) was a Japanese actor who starred in American, French, German, British, and Japanese films. Hayakawa was one of the biggest stars in Hollywood during the silent...

Sessue Hayakawa – was a Japanese actor who starred in American, French, German, British, and Japanese films. Hayakawa was one of the biggest stars in Hollywood during the silent era of the and

Sessue Hayakawa - Tokyo Joe (1949)

Sessue Hayakawa - Tokyo Joe (1949)

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