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Poll: Classic Clothing - Movie Heroes!
All of these heroes are well known for their outfit, and items/gadgets that go with them, which of these outfits is the most iconic? Discuss Here Take the villain poll here
Poll by: jamesh5
Created Jun 21 2014
Christian Bale in Batman Begins (2005)
Batman - With his mask, cape and utility belt, regardless of the colours, you always know it's him.
Uma Thurman in Kill Bill: Vol. 1 (2003)
The Bride - She may not wear it often throughout the film's but her yellow and black tracksuit draws the eye in two famous scenes and it looks good with her new Hattori Hanzo samurai sword.
Judy Garland in The Wizard of Oz (1939)
Dorothy - She wears plain white shirt underneath her blue and white gingham dress, however her look is elevated into iconic status with her ruby red slippers.
Sigourney Weaver in Alien (1979)
Ellen Ripley - Ripley's grey space suit is a good look, what's next?.. How about a big, big gun?
Tom Hanks in Forrest Gump (1994)
Forrest Gump - With his cream suit and buttoned up chequered shirt his simple looks, suits his personality to a T.
Ian McKellen in The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey (2012)
Gandalf - With his warped staff, grey cloak and pointy hat, he's the only wizard we need, and we can't not mention that beard.. right?
Harrison Ford in Raiders of the Lost Ark (1981)
Indiana Jones - His leather coat, fedora and bullwhip have become almost as famous as the man himself!
Johnny Depp in Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End (2007)
Captain Jack Sparrow - His multi-layered outfit is everything you'd expect from a pirate, his captains hat, bandanna and multiple weapons make his look good - but the traditional pirate eye-liner completes the job.
Sean Connery in Goldfinger (1964)
James Bond - With his slick outfit's whether completed with a bow tie, or not, you can be sure he's always - dressed to kill!
Bruce Willis in Die Hard (1988)
John McClane - With his vest and gun holster, there's not much to it, but, does there need to be?
Charlton Heston in Ben-Hur (1959)
Judah Ben-Hur - Worn during the sensational chariot race scene, Ben-Hur wears a brown leather tunic and vambraces, as well as the Star of David presented to him by the Arab Sheikh.
Sylvester Stallone in Judge Dredd (1995)
Judge Dredd - With a full armoured suit, including penis protection and shoulder pads, Dredd is ready for anything. And how could I forget that red and black helmet.
Maureen O'Hara in Lady Godiva of Coventry (1955)
Lady Godiva - Now there's not much of an outfit there.. but her hair means that her naturist image remains... tasteful.
Charles Chaplin in City Lights (1931)
The Little Tramp - This smart suited look is a customary outfit, along with his bow tie, cane and of course his derby hat, his outfits usually generated an awed silence.
Clint Eastwood in The Good, the Bad and the Ugly (1966)
The Man With No Name - His hat, gun and cigar are all stalwarts of his image, combined with the poncho, Blondie has become a fashion icon!
Julie Andrews in Mary Poppins (1964)
Mary Poppins - Her superfragilisticexpialidocious (I apologise) outfit came in a number of colours, but whether it was completed with scarf or bow tie, her buttoned jacket an skirt was always pulled of with a flowery hat, and that magical umbrella.
Keanu Reeves in The Matrix Reloaded (2003)
Neo - The hero of the Matrix series rocks those dark sunglasses and his all black look is completed with his flowing trench coat.
Bobby Driscoll in Peter Pan (1953)
Peter Pan - Pan sports an all green outfit, he has the tunic the tights, and a pointed cap, with a nice red feather in it.
Pippi Longstocking (1997)
Pippi Longstocking - With her ginger pigtails, this girl is named after those mismatched socks, and then there's her huge shoes!
Amanda Seyfried in Red Riding Hood (2011)
Red Riding Hood - She's a traditional nursery rhyme character with an illustrious history, and after all she is named after her hood, so on she goes for that red riding hood.
Sherlock Holmes - There have been a lot of variations of this guy, but the look that's stood the the test of time is; The deerstalker hat, cloak, pipe and the magnifying glass.
Adriana Caselotti in Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (1937)
Snow White - Her dress is one of the distinctive features of the character, her long yellow and blue dress, complete with red shoulder pads, that tie in perfectly with her rosy cheeks and bow.
Christopher Reeve in Superman IV: The Quest for Peace (1987)
Superman - With his tight blue suit, red cape, boots and umm.. over pants? I won't go as far as to say he looks good, but it's certainly a classic!
"Tarzan the Fearless" Buster Crabbe 1933 Principal **I.V.
Tarzan - Maybe he's most well known for his brooding physique, but in terms of the 'outfit' there's that jungle loin cloth... just the loin cloth. I'd hate to see him on breezy day!
Peter O'Toole stars as T.E. Lawrence
T.E. Lawrence of Arabia - Abandoning protocol to turn out in full Arabic dress, his white cloak and head cloth are as iconic as they come.
Arnold Schwarzenegger in Terminator 2: Judgment Day (1991)
The Terminator - When playing the hero his dark look remains, with his biker jacket and black-out glasses this cyborg looks bad-ass!
Tom Hanks in Toy Story (1995)
Woody - He may be a toy, but this cowboy knows how to dress - his cowboy hat, plaid shirt, cow skin vest, denim jeans and leather boots are all topped off with a nice shiny sheriff badge!
Antonio Banderas in The Legend of Zorro (2005)
Zorro - His all black mask, hat and cape combo make Zorro look cool, not to mention he's got a feather in his hat and a big shiny sword!
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