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  1. Katt in Hat

    Katt in Hat A-List Customer

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    Hats & Stuff; horsies too...

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  2. vonwotan

    vonwotan Practically Family

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    I have it on as I type this message. I love some of the clothing and hats in this movie.
     
  3. rcinlv

    rcinlv One of the Regulars

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    The hats for the movie were provided by Baron's Hats of Hollywood. They sell the hats on their website. Can't say anything about the quality, but they are somewhat expensive...

    RC
     
  4. Feraud

    Feraud Bartender

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    Did Baron's do all the hats for the film? I remember reading Art Fawcett did work for Seabiscuit.
     
  5. Hemingway Jones

    Hemingway Jones I'll Lock Up Bartender

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    My Gray vintage Borsalino is in this film somewhere on the head of an extra. A friend of mine from here in Boston supplied the hats for the extras and some of the clothes. :)
     
  6. ideaguy

    ideaguy One Too Many

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    what , exactly, is Jeff Bridges wearing in this flick? Looks like a Borsalino
    Allesandria, but would really like the inside scoop-
     
  7. scotrace

    scotrace Head Bartender Staff Member

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    Jeff Bridges wears a vintage Penney's Marathon, provided by our own Art Fawcett, who still owns it :).
     
  8. SGB

    SGB One of the Regulars

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    Neat movie, liked the book a lot too.
    I bought a vintage Thermos from the movie and the brown long sleeve 3 button pullover Jeff Bridges wears in the movie.

    SGB
     
  9. Dixon Cannon

    Dixon Cannon My Mail is Forwarded Here

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    yep! It's a Penny's Marathon...

    I've got one just like it!

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  10. happyfilmluvguy

    happyfilmluvguy Call Me a Cab

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    I hadn't seen the film in the theater and didn't have much interest in it, but it's great movie anyway. :D

    Is the brown long sleeve pullover made well?
     
  11. scotrace

    scotrace Head Bartender Staff Member

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    Can we see them? We're all about the PICS! :)
     
  12. SGB

    SGB One of the Regulars

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    Yes, it's a modern Ermenegildo Zegna, probably just bought 'off the rack'. Looks like it has been worn, not 'new' looking.

    SGB
     
  13. SGB

    SGB One of the Regulars

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    Sorry, no posting capabilities, no Photobucket or other accounts.

    Also own a leather flight jacket from the "Aviator", and a rifle and hatchet from "Dances with Wolves'. It's fun to see the items in the movies while they are hanging in your house. Of course my truck from HBO's Carnivale is the best prop, I get to drive it.

    SGB
     
  14. scotrace

    scotrace Head Bartender Staff Member

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    Those are free and easy. Or we can find a member to offer hosting space.

    Your collection sounds too interesting to not see!
     
  15. moustache

    moustache Practically Family

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    I didnt expect to enjoy this movie.But i was wrong.Well done.Having grown up around horses for most of my life,and racing as well,i didnt want to see it.

    Glad i did.

    JD
     
  16. Fatdutchman

    Fatdutchman Practically Family

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    I watched this movie last night (well, the last 2/3rds of it). I had not thought that I would have cared for it at all, but it was a mighty fine movie! ESPECIALLY considering the voluminous amounts of garbage generated by Hollywood...

    I loved all the hats and coats and jackets and things. "Red's" leather jacket and golf/newsboy cap was a real good looking combination...I'm gonna get me one of these caps. "George's" leather jacket was pretty darn sharp too. It's probably pretty easy to find vintage clothing to fit these little squirts!:D
     
  17. Feraud

    Feraud Bartender

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    This is a good film based on an amazing book by Laura Hillenbrand.
    Well worth the read.
     
  18. RBH

    RBH Bartender

    Hows this

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  19. nulty

    nulty One of the Regulars

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    Chris Cooper

    As far as I'm concerned, his was the performance of the movie...

    Jeff Bridges and Toby McGuire were great but I love the way Mr Cooper took to those fedoras, sweaters and overcoats.
     
  20. scotrace

    scotrace Head Bartender Staff Member

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    Great movie.
    Book's MUCH better.
     

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