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Discussion in 'Hats' started by Michaelshane, Feb 8, 2009.
I do have to say though she has great legs. That I think we can agree on.
That, I concur with!!
She's a tall drink of water, that's for sure.
LEFT TO RIGHT, STANDING: Ted Hinton, Prentiss Oakley and B.M. "Maney" Gault
SITTING: Bob Alcorn, Henderson Jordan and Frank Hamer
I'm looking forward to that.
Sent directly from my mind to yours.
^^^^^ Hell yeah!
LEFT TO RIGHT, STANDING: Ted Hinton & B.M. "Maney" Gault SITTING: Bob Alcorn & Frank Hamer
Great line "Clyde might be King, but I'm a Texas Ranger you little s***!
I love it!!! It's right up there with Sean Connery in the Untouchables when he is chasing the bad guy and fires the Thompson up in in the air and says " Alright...enough of this running s#*t"
I like "Don't you know you don't bring a knife to a gunfight?"
Yes, that is classic too. Also "He sends one of yours to the hospital, you send one of his to the morgue ....That's the Chicago way..."
I always liked the scene when Malone (Connery) first meets George Stone (Andy Garcia), goads him into a specific reaction, and his response to Stone's reaction:
The Kid... I really like the acting of Vincent D’Onofrio and look forward to see his direction on this film.
1917 movie about Sam Houston.
These put a different perspective on the whole thing.
I think many of us think of everything in B&W films as being black and white, at least as while we are watching and being absorbed in them. I never even conceive there being color when I'm watching them. It's part of what makes them 'GE.'
These photos look like they were taken in a different time, or even world, because that world was black and white to most of us.
Very interesting. I can't stop looking at them.
I've always liked the perceived accuracy of the clothing in this movie, especially for the time it was made.
If one didn't know better, you might think that it was a color shot from an old B&W film, as RBH posted from Treasure of the Sierra Madre.
But it's not a GE era-made film, so psychologically, even in B&W, it's not perceived the way a Maltese Falcon, The Big Sleep, or Treasure of the Sierra Madre, for example, are.
One thing that caught my eye about this movie was that the brims on many, if not most, of the hats had their brims snapped down front and back, or maybe they are just flatter brims? At any rate, there weren't as many with brims snapped up in back, but they still looked pretty dressy...
B M "Maney" Gault could be a relative of mine....doubt it but hell you never know.
It appears to be mostly Charles Martin Smith, as well as the guy who played Nitti. Mostly everyone else is rear brim up, at least the principals - Costner and Garcia, as well as DeNiro.
Well, judging by the pictures you’re obviously right. I would have bet good money that the hats of Costner and the young sidekick (Garcia?) were down in the back also. Maybe I had that impression because Costner keeps his pushed so far back on his head. Thanks for pointing this out.
I’ll use “It’s been a long time since I’ve seen this movie “ as an excuse.
One of my favorites, & I love the soundtrack. Back when the music was written for the movie; instead of the movie being made to sell the music & other products.