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post #46 of 75
Has anyone ever seen "Goodbye Charlie" starring Tony Curtis?? He's always looked pretty clean to me.





I don't have a picture of him in the movie yet, but hopefully someone can post one. He's got a great suit on with the most excellent slim-fit arms on a jacket that I've ever seen!! Whoever tailored him in this movie was a very very very forward thinker when it came to modern fits.
post #47 of 75
One only has to tune into the Turner Classic Movie channel where films from the 30s and 40s are broadcast daily. It is just a constant parade of well tailored suits. It just seems that "every day" apparel--at least in the movies--required a shirt, tie, and coat. Everyone always looks so sophisticated--a la "The Thin Man" series.

A few days ago, while forced to stay inside because of the oppressive heat, I watched some of the Marx Bros. marathon on TCM. Even in an obscure movie like "The Big Store", all the straight faced characters are dressed "to the nines".

Who else but Groucho would wear tails as every day wear?
post #48 of 75
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TALENTED MR. RIPLEY Which happened to be on Canada's Bravo channel this evening. I've always loved that show for its casual clothing...

Far superior to the beautifully filmed "Talented Mr. Ripley" is the 1960 French film, "Purple Noon" (Plein Soliel) starring Alain Delon. Delon acts and is dressed with complete assurance and swagger.
post #49 of 75
Will Smith in Hitch
post #50 of 75
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I use Firefox, and pop-ups still occur with ImageShack. Pure evil.

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I would also like to add The Philadelphia Story. Once again, Cary Grant looking good.
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post #52 of 75
not sure if this was mentioned already but Al Pacino seems to look universally good in his movies. off the top of my head, the Godfather series, Scent of a Woman, Heat.

-Jeff
post #53 of 75
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Has anyone ever seen "Goodbye Charlie" starring Tony Curtis?? He's always looked pretty clean to me. I don't have a picture of him in the movie yet, but hopefully someone can post one. He's got a great suit on with the most excellent slim-fit arms on a jacket that I've ever seen!! Whoever tailored him in this movie was a very very very forward thinker when it came to modern fits.
ZOMG HE IS WEARING THOM BROWNE!!!!111 Sorry, had to.
post #54 of 75
North by Northwest which influenced:
Dr. No, FRWL, and Goldfinger
---great, simple classic looks

Thomas Crowne (although they don't fit him quite right even if 10k)
Danny Ocean by Clooney
Titanic --- tuxx and all
King Kong opening 30 minutes of the upper class
post #55 of 75
What suits are $10k and don't fit someone right?
post #56 of 75
Most of the usual movie suspects have already been mentioned but here's a choice out of left field. I happened to watch Raw Deal on late-night TV yesterday and you know what, Schwarzenegger looks very dapper in his DB suit there. Very fitted look and very 80s of course. But it looks good. The mob boss looks decent in some scenes too.
post #57 of 75
i think that the devil wears prada showed a lot of good fashion for men. the character named christian was really well dressed in my opinion.

alfie, the new version, had a lot of good fashion too.

i think jude law's day to day fashion is pretty outstanding and inspiring. also, the two creators of dsquared.
post #58 of 75
even though most of our brethren here have a negative opinion on mr. armani...

post #59 of 75
I like The Maltese Falcon, Casablanca, Connery, and Brosnan Bond movies Snatch Intolerable Cruelty The Godfather
post #60 of 75
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Why does Frankie's coat button on the women's side?
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