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Austin Powers: International Man of Mystery - Dodgy Copper
At the beginning of the film, when Austin is dancing with the policeman, the copper has a modern police baton on his belt. These only came about in the last few years, so surely he would have had a good old wooden truncheon?
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'Posh' Parlour on 03-03-2000
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Comments:
Dr Fysh writes:
Posh is right. In the 60's, English cops carried classic wooden strait-truncheons.
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Mindbender writes:
While I'd agree that the baton in Austin Powers probably isn't correct, the design has been around since feudal Japan.
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Migel writes:
Well, he could have been frozen too, and got it, and was sent back.... O_o
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shawn writes:
Those batons have been around longer than you think.
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