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Godfather, The - Blow-Dry Dude
In the scene where Michael pays a visit to Las Vegas in order to muscle Moe Greene out of his casino, watch closely as Michael's car pulls up in front of the casino. The time of the action is the late '40s, but a guy sporting the cutting edge of 1972 fashion (long, puffy hair; mutton-chop sideburns; wing-collar polyester shirt) can clearly be seen through the revolving door.
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ritzckrakr writes:
True to Mario Puzo’s book the Vegas action happened in the mid 1950’s not the 40’s. And Moe Greene was the spearhead for Vegas. Who’s to say that HE wasn’t the one that started the fashions for the 70’s? Wasn’t that really when Vegas was at it’s peak?
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Michael writes:
If you watch the movie with the commentary from Francis Ford Coppola, he says that there are hippies in that shot and he is embarrassed by that.
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