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Mozart was so lazy, he forgot to finish a symphony. Buddy Cooper has more stick-to-it-ive-ness, and is thus the greater genius.

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those Buddy Cooper shirts are INNNNNNCREDIBLE!

I love those movie shirts that time forgot, keep them coming!

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On a completely different end of the cinematic scale... a 1988 Soviet Cinema retrospective, from back when the Toronto fest was still called the Festival of Festivals. Pretty slammin' design, if I may say so.

So many of my fave obscure T's were from my fat period and were ditched when I dropped 40 pounds. I had the Virginia Madsen vehicle Fire with Fire, the b-horror Black Roses (which was shot at my high school), Laws of Gravity with a pre-Sopranos Edie Falco, and, in a one-two punch of arthouse cult cool, Caro Diario and Hard Core Logo. Wish I still had all those to share.
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My contribution for today is 2 shirts, partially because one is for E.T. Branded vitamins :lol:

Check it out:

The first is a league of their own, a movie about someone (tony danza?) coaching a women's softball team with alot of famous people on it (Madonna, rosie o'donnell, and I forget the rest).
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If only it had been Tony Danza and not Tom Hanks intoning "There's no crying in baseball!!"

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Here's a David Lynch branded ERASERHEAD t-shirt, copyrighted 2001. So did Lynch ever have his own official clothing label??
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I see your Lynch and raise you this video promo for Clan of the Cave Bear... an amazing image of Daryl Hannah. If the movie had lived up to the picture, it would have been a masterpiece. It did not live up to the picture...
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Oh my very nice. A little Siouxsie and the Banshees vibe. Is it for sale?

Reminds me of a Quest for Fire t-shirt I had:
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Perhaps as if like Rae Dawn Chong in QFF, Daryl Hanna had been totally nude most of the film, it would have been a more entertaining movie!

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Hmm... I just got it, and it's impossibly rare and really cool (deadstock condition, too), so you'd have to make it worth my while. What were you thinking of bidding?

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Warning: really, really thin no-name brand. Still, sooooo buttery soft. 18.5x25.5

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