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    Default Scents and movie character's

    The smell complete a character, so if movies could smell, what scent sholud wear...

    - Indiana Jones

    - Hannibal Lecter

    - Valmont ("Les liasons dangereuses")

    - Tyler Durden (Brad Pitt at "The fight club")


    Help the artistic director!

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    I can only go with Valmont, and say Le Dandy (original) by Count d'Orsay.

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    Indiana Jones: He would wear something synthetic and stereotypical: Old Spice.

    Hannibal Lechter: A complex, strange and slightly rancid potion: Nuit Noire by Mona di Orio

    Valmont: Please, not the skanky John Malkovich, but the sexy Gérard Philipe in Roger Vadim's early 60's version: Jicky

    Tyler Durden: Something soapy.

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    Default Re: Scents and movie character's

    What do you think Gregory Peck would wear? Or Humphrey Bogart? In really any of their roles... I bet they were Old Spice/Aqua Velva men.

    How about Anton Chigurh from No Country For Old Men?

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    Indiana Jones: Terra d'Hermes, Demeter Dirt
    Hannibal Lechter: L'Anarchiste
    Tyler Durden: Kouros, Mugler Cologne
    Valmont: Vulva
    James Bond: Acqua di Parma Colonia

    And now for Star Wars characters!

    Darth Vader: Czech & Speak No.88
    Princess Leia: Creed Royal Water, 10 Corso Como
    Han Solo: Bandit, Tabac Blond
    Luke Skywalker: L'air du Desert Marocain
    Chewbacca: Muscs Kublai Khan
    Teenage Anakin Skywalker: Bvlgari Black
    8-year-old Anakin Skywalker: essence of cheese, fecal matter, and bad acting
    Jar Jar Binks: ditto
    Princess Amadala: Creed Spring Flower, Chanel Coco Mademoiselle
    Lando Calrissian: Frederic Malle Musc Ravageur
    Boba Fett: Azzaro Chrome
    Emperor Palpatine: Old Spice
    Grand Moff Tarkin: Creed Bois du Portugal
    Rancor: Creed Acier Aluminium
    Ewok: CDG Red Sequoia
    R2D2: CDG Garage
    C-3PO: Sex Panther by Odeon

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    Default Re: Scents and movie character's

    Quote Originally Posted by somethinpositiv View Post
    Chewbacca: Muscs Kublai Khan
    Excellent choice!

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    I just saw Beowulf this weekend. I think the character Beowulf would smell like Yatagan.
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    You begin to awaken"

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    Default Re: Scents and movie character's

    With Johnny Depp being my favorite actor, I wonder what Edward Scissorhands and Jack Sparrow would smell like.

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    Default Re: Scents and movie character's

    Jack Sparrow would smell like Idole de Lubin (for men).

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    Default Re: Scents and movie character's

    Quote Originally Posted by somethinpositiv View Post
    Indiana Jones: Terra d'Hermes, Demeter Dirt
    Hannibal Lechter: L'Anarchiste
    Tyler Durden: Kouros,
    Valmont: Vulva
    James Bond: Acqua di Parma Colonia

    And now for Star Wars characters!

    Darth Vader: Czech & Speak No.88
    Princess Leia: Creed Royal Water, 10 Corso Como
    Han Solo: Bandit, Tabac Blond
    Luke Skywalker: L'air du Desert Marocain
    Chewbacca: Muscs Kublai Khan
    Teenage Anakin Skywalker: Bvlgari Black
    Princess Amadala: Creed Spring Flower, Chanel Coco Mademoiselle
    Wow, these really are excellent choices.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ComfortablyNumb View Post
    What do you think Gregory Peck would wear? Or Humphrey Bogart? In really any of their roles... I bet they were Old Spice/Aqua Velva men.

    How about Anton Chigurh from No Country For Old Men?

    Well, 1/3 of your bet would be lost already.--- Bogey wore Vintage Tabarome.
    And I doubt he'd have changed it while playing a role, he laughed at method acting.

    Don't know about the rest, but surely somone here could enlighten us.

    Cheers,

    Mario

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    For the Star Wars fans; surely you mean The Emperor wore C&Z 88, Darth Vader would have worn Bulgari Black
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