No hunk in the history of Hollywood had more promise or more problems than Montgomery Clift. Blessed from an early age with an amazing beauty, he proved he was also a natural actor and his mother had him on the stage almost immediately. By the time he was in his late teens, he'd acted on Broadway with Alfred Lunt, Lynn Fontaine and Tallulah Bankhead. He was a Broadway star and had a legion of fans, both men and women. His homosexuality started relatively early and it was something he always felt guilty about and yet angry that he had to keep it hidden.