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post #16 of 26
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Michael Madsen is now going for the "Spector" look too, but he's not curly enough to pull it off with such panache:
post #17 of 26
Nice pocket square, though.... koji
post #18 of 26
Well, Madsen is, after all, Mr. Blonde. If you make fun of his hair, he'll cut your ear off.
post #19 of 26
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Well, Madsen is, after all, Mr. Blonde.  If you make fun of his hair, he'll cut your ear off.
Little-known cinematic trivia: Madsen played a similar psycho in "Kill Me Again" (starring Val Kilmer and Joanne Whalley-Kilmer).  Tarantino saw that movie and cast Madsen as Mr. Blonde.
post #20 of 26
Am I the only who he is thinks trying to go for the insanity plea? Jon.
post #21 of 26
no, i think he's hiding a hacksaw in there.
post #22 of 26
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no, i think he's hiding a hacksaw in there.
...and a couple of sticks of dynamite, detonators, his own explosives technician... hell, I think he has Clint Eastwood in there ready to reprise his "Escape From Alcatraz" role. Either that or he started going to Don King's barber. "Only in America".
post #23 of 26
There is perhaps a method in the madness here. Very fitting that the producer responsible for creating the "Wall of Sound" creates the "Wall of Hair" look for himself.
post #24 of 26
On the bright side, earlier that day Mr. Spector was selected as the Los Angeles representative in Esquire Magazine's Best-Dressed Real Man In America Contest.  Celebrity judge Caron Butler, Los Angeles Lakers guard, praised Spector's "casual insouciance."
post #25 of 26
that is funny on multiple levels. well done.
post #26 of 26
I thought if you had hair like that it should match your pocket square.
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