- Feb 21, 2005
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What are your favorite classic movies for sartorial inspiration?
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Sartorial legend has it that this is the movie (Gable's character) which was responsible for introducing the idea of wearing a dress shirt withOUT an undershirt. Â SCANDALOUS, I tell ya.i just saw 'it happened one night' again last night. you know, the frank capra classic, from 1934. . .
There is actually a bit of argument concerning this suit: some claim the suit Thornhill wears in Chicago and that whilst he's dodging the crop duster are different colors. Hitchcock denied such, but the "controversy" remains. http://us.imdb.com/title/tt0053125/goofs Alas, too much time on my hands...again.I want the suit Cary Grant wears in North By Northwest. Â Always dapper, even when dodging crop dusters on Indiana farms.