Jeffrey Schwarz

director of Tab Hunter Confidential

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Film producer; director of Tab Hunter Confidential

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With his blonde hair and million-dollar smile, Tab Hunter was one of the biggest heartthrobs of the 1950’s. He was also gay—a secret that he and the studios kept for decades.

Tab Hunter Confidential

With his blonde hair and million-dollar smile, Tab Hunter was one of the biggest heartthrobs of the 1950’s. He was also gay—a secret that he and the studios kept for decades.

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Tab Hunter a superstar of the 1950's. Blond and stunningly handsome, Hunter's nickname was "The Sigh Guy."

'Tab Hunter Confidential'

Tab Hunter a superstar of the 1950's. Blond and stunningly handsome, Hunter's nickname was "The Sigh Guy."

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