From the top of the left column
Wested LC (STANDARD) distressed Cow Hide
Wested LC (Custom Made) Dark Brown Lambskin
Wested LC (Custom Made) Novapelle Hide
Wested LC (Hero) Limited New Zealand Lambskin
From the top of the middle row
Tony Nowak LC
Magnoli Clothiers Adventure Jacket Version C Cow Hide
Steel & Jones Smithsonian LC
Tony Nowak KotCS
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Wested RotA (STANDARD) Dark Brown Goatskin
Tony Nowak RotA Dark Brown Lambskin
Cooper LC Cow Hide?
A small jacket in front
Tony Nowak KotCS (From Tony, present for my son)
To paraphrase Frank Zappa, “Film isn’t dead, it just smells funny!”
Though if your film has begun to smell funny, you have other, more significant concerns...
Mahoning Drive-In is a special place. Where else could a mid-movie concession break find you being invited into the projection booth and holding the final reel of Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade with Harrison Ford’s stern visage glowering over your shoulder?
I have a background in film production and history. I have a degree on the subject, and a deep love of the medium. For my money, nothing beats that beautiful film image; it’s that certain crispness, that saturation and deep contrast. Sitting in a darkened theater with a film print flickering— each speck and scratch is a testament to the many lives it has enriched and the joy it has shared— is the closest I’d come to ceding ground to spiritualism. If that communal experience is reverential, then having it under the twinkling stars is a sublime transcendence.
At the end of Temple of Doom, Indy solemnly returns the stone to its shrine, and when asked by the wise old man if he can understand “the magic of the rock,” Indy grins:
“Yes, I understand its power now.”
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It is a prop replica of indie gun "Webley Green".
I wanted a model that could take out bullets. I made a limited number of friends about 10 years ago.
That is now an imaginary pillar. I offer only materials and supervision.
At that time, it was said that bad finish etc. is bad.
My friends and my friends worked very hard, except for others' evaluation, I am satisfied with selfishness. That is a good thing.
It is made of resin and some metals are used. Bullets are used by one model gun maker.
Fedora of HJ. It is a shape of LC version, but the rainy season will collapse.
Also, taking pictures, the hair of a domestic cat is prominent.
Some of the fans have Indy 's Fedora being hard, but I think that I am soft. In ToD, there are also scenes that are collapsing in the play. In the LC, Brim was bouncing up by the wind.
But KoCS is truly a beaver as hard as it seems.