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TYRONE POWER --
By Thomas Doherty
The name alone -- real, not a press agent's concoction -- promised virile magnetism, and the man lived up to the billing. In some 50 films that spanned the Golden Age of Hollywood, Tyrone Power's dark good looks, athletic physique and amiable self-possession attracted heavy box office and heavy breathing from legions of female fans. In 1940, he was the nation's most popular movie star and the epitome of the high-intensity heartthrob.