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post #121 of 189
Thomas Crown played by Steve McQueen.

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post #122 of 189
Probably not the Best Dressed of all time... but I still like these....

Dustin Hoffman in Stranger than Fiction (wearing Domenico Vacca)


The Rat Pack in Robin and the Seven Hoods
post #123 of 189
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+1 McGoohan was legendary as John Drake and sharp dresser
and he turned down the Bond role on moral grounds : too much of a womaniser. oooops

100% agreement. He would have made a good 007, IMO. OTOH, I can't see him saying "Oh the things I do for England" at the end of Thunderball (IIRC) while he is removing the dress from a woman.
post #124 of 189
Not a character per se ,but a detailed survey of elite Edwardian style see:

Those Magnificent Men in their Flying Machines (1965) with a stellar cast
that wear a wide variety of period clothing -1912

Among the standouts are Terry-Thomas, Robert Morley, James Fox,
Alberto Sordi, Jean-Pierre Cassel, etc.

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post #125 of 189
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Definitely Thom Browne bandwagon but I remember Ewan McGregor having some solid looks in Stay


nice!
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Originally Posted by comrade View Post
Not a character per se ,but a detailed survey of elite Edwardian style see:

Those Magnificent Men in their Flying Machines (1965) with a stellar cast
that wear a wide variety of period clothing -1912

Among the standouts are Terry-Thomas, Robert Morley, James Fox,
Alberto Sordi, Jean-Pierre Cassel, etc.

http://www.bing.com/images/search?q=...=0&FORM=IDFRIR

Brilliant movie..

One of my sister's favourite..
post #127 of 189
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De Sica? Which De Sica? Vittorio De Sica died in 1974

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vittorio_De_Sica

It's his son, christian de sica.
post #128 of 189

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I haven't read every post, so I apologize if someone has already thrown Nucky Thompson from Boardwalk Empire into the fray. He's bold, but I dont hate it...

post #129 of 189

pierce brosnan- the thomas crown affair

post #130 of 189
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I tried on a $5 pair of these in Wal Mart tonight while picking up some groceries and a birthday card. Other than the missing logo on the lens, You really couldn't tell the difference by looking at them.
post #131 of 189
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I tried on a $5 pair of these in Wal Mart tonight while picking up some groceries and a birthday card. Other than the missing logo on the lens, You really couldn't tell the difference by looking at them.

But maybe when looking through them..
post #132 of 189
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Also TV...but...COME ON!

LOL!
post #133 of 189
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Probably the only time I ever took notice of someone in a 3 piece suit.
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