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post #31 of 47
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Originally Posted by DocHolliday View Post
I'll second the comments about Don Adams' wardrobe. That skinny-lapeled 1960s style is possibly the high point of mens' style for me. I find Steed's stuff more appealing than Max's, but Max was no slouch.

highlights of Don Adams era Max wardrobe:
-first 2 seasons were all represented by one button suits (some 3 piece, some 2), 2" lapels, really fitted trousers with no break or even higher
-amazing burgundy 1 button sport jacket worn with black or grey trousers on many episodes in season 1/2
-awesome blue sport jacket worn on the island where he is trapped with Harry Hoo and a bunch of kaos defectors
-later seasons had him in 3 and 4 button suits, most notable a tan 4 button with flapped breast pocket
-great leather jacket in season 4 where he is driving a truck and it gets hijacked by a kaos formula to bring back dead agents
-always worn with double cuff shirts, often times brightly colored shirting fabrics, not always white

even the chief had a great personality to his outfits, usually wearing ivy league style tweed jackets with OCBD and repp ties.

and 99 was probably the best dressed gal on tv at the time.

def no slouches to be found on this show.
post #32 of 47
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Originally Posted by Get Smart View Post
highlights of Don Adams era Max wardrobe:
-first 2 seasons were all represented by one button suits (some 3 piece, some 2), 2" lapels, really fitted trousers with no break or even higher
-amazing burgundy 1 button sport jacket worn with black or grey trousers on many episodes in season 1/2
-awesome blue sport jacket worn on the island where he is trapped with Harry Hoo and a bunch of kaos defectors
-later seasons had him in 3 and 4 button suits, most notable a tan 4 button with flapped breast pocket
-great leather jacket in season 4 where he is driving a truck and it gets hijacked by a kaos formula to bring back dead agents
-always worn with double cuff shirts, often times brightly colored shirting fabrics, not always white

even the chief had a great personality to his outfits, usually wearing ivy league style tweed jackets with OCBD and repp ties.

and 99 was probably the best dressed gal on tv at the time.

def no slouches to be found on this show.

Wow, I'd forgotten they did 4-button jackets back then. Don Adams pimped out NBA style!
post #33 of 47
Don Adams' Maxwell Smart sported the classic shawl collar:

Can someone confirm what Carrell is wearing? Looks like a notched lapel...
post #34 of 47
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Originally Posted by matadorpoeta View Post

???

Sometimes you can even find beauty in utter crap. A certain lack of self-consciousness that leads to cringe-worthy moments that you laugh about for years afterwards. Kind of like seeing Van Gogh's self-protrait in a cow patty.

Oh, and I Anne Hathaway. She even made the Devil Wears Prada worth watching.
post #35 of 47
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Originally Posted by Thomas View Post
Sometimes you can even find beauty in utter crap. A certain lack of self-consciousness that leads to cringe-worthy moments that you laugh about for years afterwards. Kind of like seeing Van Gogh's self-protrait in a cow patty.

Oh, and I Anne Hathaway. She even made the Devil Wears Prada worth watching.

oh i get it now. it's like when i went to see "barbarella".
post #36 of 47
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oh i get it now. it's like when i went to see "barbarella".

Exactly.

Eye candy is always a bonus but not a requirement.
post #37 of 47
RubeBabes III & IV and I went Friday night; I laughed out loud (much to the chagrine of RBIII) several times. I didn't go there looking for deep purpose or heady plot twists. I think "Sean, Sean, Sean, Sean. Do you see how annoying that is?" is one of the funniest scenes I've witnessed in a long time. I'm pleased they didn't quote or mimic the TV series more than a few times.
post #38 of 47
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oh i get it now. it's like when i went to see "barbarella".

+1.

"An angel has no memory."
post #39 of 47
i think forrest whitaker looks prettier than Anne Hathaway.
post #40 of 47
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Originally Posted by West24 View Post
i dont get what the big deal with hathoway is, is it that she isnt drop dead gorgeous and has some wierd looks which then makes her drop dead gorgeous to some people? because she isnt that great looking, and i wouldnt give her a second look on the street. i cant even imagine what she looks like with out all the makeup.
She looks like this. I lol'ed when I saw she was cast as some sexy vixen. She can look anywhere from fairly hot to straight fugly VV
post #41 of 47
^ Not sure what your opinion is on each picture, but I like how AH looks without makeup (1st pic?) than with (in the movie).

The 2nd picture, OTOH, almost looks photoshopped.
post #42 of 47
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Originally Posted by whacked View Post
^ Not sure what your opinion is on each picture, but I like how AH looks without makeup (1st pic?) than with (in the movie). The 2nd picture, OTOH, almost looks photoshopped.
1st picture she just looks like some girl, nothing special. 2nd picture would be the fugly. Clown makeup. She didn't look much better at the Oscars either.
post #43 of 47
i think theres only one way to settle this. were going to have to have an all out brawl.
youre either with us or against us.
post #44 of 47
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Originally Posted by West24 View Post
youre either with us or against us.

AGAINST!
post #45 of 47
Gotta love that half of this thread is guys debating whether they would nail Anne Hathaway or not. Be careful guys, or you'll blow your chance with her!

My experience echoes everyone else. I expected it to suck and it was actually pretty funny. Zero chemistry between Anne and Steve, but laughed out loud a few times, wardrobe was great, and some pretty cool scenes. Worth my time and money.
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