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In Fox Flannel.

Edit: not an answer to George's challenge.
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I still want to be Bodie. But I couldnt find the opening sequence pic of him in cream odd jacket and dark brown flares, and I don't think I could carry them off.

As for the Equalizer, I challenge anyone to find a pic of a man looking natural, wearing a double-cuffed shirt and suit with a watch chain in the breast pocket, while firing an Uzi - even if with an excessively bladed stance and elbows too high.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RMrjy9ZDBxM

27 seconds in (cream OD, big collar). The 9-10-year old me wanted to be him. Replaced Doctor Who.
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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RMrjy9ZDBxM 27 seconds in (cream OD, big collar). The 9-10-year old me wanted to be him. Replaced Doctor Who.
Cool as fuck...
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Scroll a few posts up, George.
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Scroll a few posts up, George.
What's the challenge, refresh my memory
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What's the challenge, refresh my memory

I meant the picture:

http://www.styleforum.net/showpost.p...&postcount=228
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What's the challenge, refresh my memory

Leave G alone. He's got the vibe.

To be precise, I think it's a mini-uzi, and the closed-bolt version. Where is J Libourel when you need him?
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So Peter O'Toole's British now?
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So Peter O'Toole's British now?
There's some confusion to where he was born. Both Leeds and Connemara are named. We'll claim him though...!!!
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I still want to be Bodie. But I couldnt find the opening sequence pic of him in cream odd jacket and dark brown flares, and I don't think I could carry them off..

LC>>

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No one mentioned my hero, Peter Cook;

2David Frost rang Peter Cook up some years ago. "Peter, I'm having a little dinner party on behalf of Prince Andrew and his new bride-to-be Sarah Ferguson. I know they'd love to meet you, big fans; Be super if you could make it: Wednesday the twelfth." "Hang on... I'll just check my diary." Pause and rummaging and leafing through diary noises. And then Peter said "Oh dear. I find I'm watching television that night." "

Now that, is style....
LL
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Ha..ha...

That's Ian Brown., one time lead singer of The Stone Roses.

A 'Hard Dandy' look...

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No one mentioned my hero, Peter Cook; 2David Frost rang Peter Cook up some years ago. "Peter, I'm having a little dinner party on behalf of Prince Andrew and his new bride-to-be Sarah Ferguson. I know they'd love to meet you, big fans; Be super if you could make it: Wednesday the twelfth." "Hang on... I'll just check my diary." Pause and rummaging and leafing through diary noises. And then Peter said "Oh dear. I find I'm watching television that night." " Now that, is style....
Cook hated Frost with a passion. Saved him from drowning and forever regretted it.
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