Discussion in 'Hats' started by Matt Deckard, Apr 10, 2014.
Interesting genetics there eh?
Old photo, that I posted a few years back, but it is worth the repost.
My great-great Grandfather
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Nothing like "keepin' it in the family!"
After doing some genealogy, I find that happened in my family more than I knew
I love the bash on that, Justin.
Some of your ancestors have 6 toes, did they?
No, I do
Wonder what colour it was?
That is fantastic. Great to have a picture of your forefather(s). The hat-thing seems to run in the family; he wears it with flair.
LOL...don't wear flip-flops then.
Then how will he ever count to 22?
I love this photo (lifted from an earlier post in this thread).
Obviously Gene was one of "us". I have hatbox stack envy.
There is just "something" about the way this works on Bruce Willis. Is it over sized for him, does he wear it too low, is the crown higher than most..... I loved this movie basically for the "hat". The movie itself, a bit of a stretch ALL around.
Looks like a typical 1930s style soft felt hat
very much like the Stetson Standard Quality hats in that style
Thanks Moon, I really don't have the $ to get into large collections, I had Art do me one a few years ago. I really think it's the ribbon. Art used older cotton/rayon blend 2" and I have some 2 1/4" rayon/poly that laid over top this evening just for a hunch and yeah, that 1/4" kind of "tightens" things up considerable like!
I actually loved this film as a kid growing up! It is simply a retelling of the old samurai tale Yojimbo set during one of my favorite periods in American history. Fistful of Dollars is another famous Yojimbo remake. There were some decent performances in the film and I really enjoyed the soundtrack in Last Man Standing.
Looks like @moontheloon 's hat room...
I should reenact the photo
+1 - I vote yes!!
I actually don't know what movie this is, but that hat... Oh yeah
The Last Man Standing
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