Plastic rainwear in movies

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regenhoedje
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Re: Plastic rainwear in movies

Post by regenhoedje » December 7th, 2018, 2:24 am

Taffmac wrote:
December 6th, 2018, 12:52 pm
Thanks again. When I have more time, I will add some more that may be of interest such as "Red Line 3000" which has a very nice see-through plastic raincoat in one scene towards the end of the film.

The movie links that I have posted makes out just a small percentage of my list with film titles, the majority I could not find on YouTube.
Red Line 7000 has some good plastic rainwear scenes and I have it on DVD but could not find it online.

MrDoudy
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Re: Plastic rainwear in movies

Post by MrDoudy » December 20th, 2018, 11:55 pm

The 1962 movie "The Day of the Triffids" features quite a long sequence with a guy in a shiny black PVC mac. He seems to be fond of his mac as he's wearing it indoors as well as ouside, both walking and crawling through some brambles. The full film can be seen on You Tube. By coincidence I bought myself an identical mac in that year that I wore constantly at a time when a man in such a mac wouldn't attract a second glance!

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Re: Plastic rainwear in movies

Post by Taurus » January 7th, 2019, 6:55 pm

Olga Kurylenko is wearing a sexy short black PVC Mac in the movie Max Payne (2008). Sadly it is only for a short moment around 15.00...

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Re: Plastic rainwear in movies

Post by frogmac » January 14th, 2019, 7:52 pm

Thank you regenhoedje,

Her's a few more with rainwear scenes ~ unfortunately i don't know how to upload them.

Boys in Brown
It always rains on Sunday
Miss Sadie Thompson
Gens sans importance
The coronation of Elizabeth R. This one shows the preparations for the coronation and several wet day scenes.

Colin Porter

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