Long after his early death in 1959, Errol Flynn remains one of Australia’s — and indeed Hollywood’s — most glamorous filmic icons. It’s rumoured the phrase ‘in like Flynn’ originated from a reference to the actor’s prowess with the opposite sex, and Marvel Comics’ Stan Lee even based a character on his handsome visage (the appropriately named ‘Fandral the Dashing’). Joan Crawford called him "the most beautiful man who ever lived", and his looks and cavalier public image helped make him one of the highest paid actors in Hollywood. He wore his hair in controlled waves and had a pencil thin moustache, both of which were popular looks in the 1930s that have since become inextricably tied to the legend of Flynn himself. Google him and take note! This was one stylish dude.