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    Just watched a film I had not seen for decades: "Night of the Generals" with Peter O'Toole and Omar Sharif.
    (The movie has held up very well over the years, and if you have not seen it, I would highly recommend doing so).
    Anyway, it got me to thinking about doing a thread on visors on film and TR, so here goes.
    Feel free to add pics from whatever show/film, bad, good or somewhere in between.

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    Here are some pics from "Night of the Generals". The visors were repros, but very well done for 1967 (& there may have been some authentic pieces in there, but they rarely did close-ups).
    Check out the hat-check scene:
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    Great flick by the way.

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    A Disney flick, but the first time I ever saw the piped field tunic in color: "Miracle of the White Stallions":
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    Nice Pictures. Thanks!

    In post #2, third picture down (don't know the actor, sorry). The Swastika on the KC is backwards.

    Regards,

    Michael

    PS: Guess Hogan's Hero's doesn't count?
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    One wonders how many ( In Films ) were actually genuine !! If any.. G
    I'd rather be A "RaD Man than a Mad Man "

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    Quote by MAP View Post
    Nice Pictures. Thanks!

    In post #2, third picture down (don't know the actor, sorry). The Swastika on the KC is backwards.

    Regards,

    Michael

    PS: Guess Hogan's Hero's doesn't count?
    Donald Pleasence, he was in the great escape also. Good eyes on the RK.

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    Quote by KMMorris View Post
    Donald Pleasence, he was in the great escape also. Good eyes on the RK.
    Thanks. Recognized him but forgot his name.

    It is possible that when the still was printed, the negative was backwards. Just thinking
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    That's likely the reason. A lot of publicity
    shots are reversed.........
    Regards,


    Steve.

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    Fun post, Stonemint. Here are some from Where Eagles Dare. For all it's errors, still a fun movie and one of the first WWII movies I remember watching.
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