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    Default Type These Classic Hollywood Actors

    Fred Astaire


    Humphrey Bogart


    Richard Burton



    James Cagney


    Gary Cooper


    Kirk Douglas



    Cary Grant


    Clark Gable

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    David Niven


    Peter O'Toole



    Jack Lemmon



    Gene Kelly


    Gregory Peck


    Vincent Price


    Dick Van Dyke


    Spencer Tracy
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    Humphrey Bogart - SLI I think


    Richard Burton - SEE

    Kirk Douglas
    - LSI I guess


    Cary Grant - EIE or ESE

    Peter O'Toole -
    clear EIE

    I have to think about the others.

    I have stronger opinions about these:

    Tony Curtis - IEI
    Charlton Heston - ESI
    , LIE, ENTj logical subtype, 8w9 sx/sp
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    I would have guessed EIE > ESE for Cary Grant.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Logos View Post
    I would have guessed EIE > ESE for Cary Grant.
    Yes, I agree.

    Charles Laughton - a clear SEI
    Peter Ustinov - ESE or SEI
    , LIE, ENTj logical subtype, 8w9 sx/sp
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    Overlooking a few of them some more.

    Fred Astaire: Beta NF

    James Cagney: SLE
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    I'd figure Clark Gable to be Delta.

    Humphrey Bogart looks a bit like the LIEs in the filatova portraits but I know nothing about him.

    Kirk Douglas looks a bit like some guys I know who are Beta ST but honestly I'm not sure about their types at all.

    Fred Astaire looks super EIE to me.

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    Fred Astaire - IEE or ILE so/sx

    Humphrey Bogart EII/LII

    Kirk Douglas LSI


    Gregory Peck ESI/LSI

    Gary Cooper LIE-Te sx/so

    Cary Grant LSE/ESE so/sp

    Clark Gable SLE-Se so/sx or sp/sx

    Richard Burton SLE-Ti sx/so

    Peter O'Toole - Beta Rational

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    fred astaire: initially thought LSI, but ILE is plausible.

    humphrey bogart: ExI

    richard burton: Ti-SLE

    kirk douglas: xSI

    cary grant: ESE

    clark gable: SLI was a tentative initial impression, but EP seems to make more sense, so Ti-SLE.

    peter o'toole: Fe-EIE

    jack lemmon: SEE

    gregory peck: LSI?
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    Cary Grant ESE/LSE, VIs simiar to George Clooney actually
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    Cary Grant is another IEE-Fi.

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