Hats on TV

Discussion in 'Hats' started by Tango Yankee, Jun 16, 2008.

  1. belfastboy

    belfastboy My Mail is Forwarded Here

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    Watched on Netflix a 2011 mini series, a remake....."Mildred Pearce". Kate Winslet in a dramatic performance in which she had to span the emotional gamut from A to B.....some critics called her performance as ranging from 'stunned mullet to even more stunned mullet' However I am posting because it is an awesome hat movie. Hats in almost every scene!.......as well as stunned mullets.
     
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  2. Just A Hat Rack

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    I like my stalker hat.[​IMG]
     
  3. Steinbockhase

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    I love Pork Pies aka shorter brimmed hats with telescope crowns.
    Ofcourse I remember "French Connection" and Gene Hackman, but who really got me started was the character Walter White in "Breaking Bad".
    Here is a private video I produced a few years ago. At that time I only had a budget wool Pork Pie hat; meanwhile I have much nicer ones from Borsalino, Champ, etc.

     
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  4. Zombie_61

    Zombie_61 I'll Lock Up

    I know I'm going back a few years, but any love for the hat worn by William Christopher (RIP) as Father Mulcahy on M*A*S*H?

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    Not the best photo, but I always liked the casual nature of his hat (actually hats, plural, but they were all supposed to be the same hat) and thought Mr. Christopher wore it well.
     
  5. Started watching a 1982 mini series with several big names in it. Liking the part that Stacy Keach is playing.

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  6. Since last Tues was the 143 anniversary of the actual battle I just watched the 1991 TV mini-series, Son of the Morning Star.

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  7. T Jones

    T Jones I'll Lock Up

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    James Garner, "Bret Maverick"

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    He also wore a lighter colored hat in some episodes
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  8. No doubt had he lived Custer would have ended up in politics. One of my friends has an uncle (g-g-g I think) in his ancestry who was killed with Custer. In the family they have some of the letters he wrote home while serving in the 7th Cavalry. I've never gotten to read them but am told they were very uncomplimentry, almost questioning Custer's mental stability. Very grandiose & arrogant, he was.
     
  9. Robieman

    Robieman One of the Regulars

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    Then there's the Stooges! Not sure if these would be considered TV, but it's the only place I ever saw them.
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  10. deadlyhandsome

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    Always a favorite.


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  11. The word, narcissistic comes to mind. And yes, I'm quite certain he was trolling for a political post, maybe even president.
     
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  12. Woodtroll

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    His behavior in Virginia during the war proves he was all these things, and much worse. I hate that all those lives were lost on the day Custer received his due, but I would have gladly ridden with the Native Americans if it meant getting a shot at Custer!
     
  13. Cornshucker77

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    Wouldn't it be interesting to read those letters.
     
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  14. RBH

    RBH Bartender

    Did anyone catch last week's episode of Yellowstone?
    John Dutton was trying to leave the hospital when his doctor stopped him.
    The Dr talked him into letting him check his sutures. .
    He told John he could put his hat on the bed... and in an understated way John Dutton replied
    ''no I cant''.
     
  15. I take it, it is a extended re-make of the 1945 movie with Joan Crawford.......THAT one I am familiar with. That movie got a couple of Academy Awards......one for GOOD acting.;)
     
  16. Cornshucker77

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    Yep, and I agree. Can't do that. :)
     
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  17. belfastboy

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    Yes, and the original was much better.
     
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  18. Bamaboots

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    Rusty, I did and it was a superstition I wasn't familiar with.
     
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  19. I think they first addressed it in the episode when the tweaker kid was first brought into the bunkhouse.
     

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