Nevertheless, Keaton's signature "Great Stone Face" had eyes which registered every nonsensical detail under that pancake porkpie hat
. Consequently, his silent films remain timely by way of a "Waiting for Godot" (1953) absurdity, arguably best represented by "Sherlock Jr." (1924).
If The Ale House was set in Notting Hill, Yogi would have a full beard, porkpie hat
and bore everyone rigid with tales of his life-enhancing weekend spent in a Cotswolds cave making cottage cheese.
There was the midfield swamp, the onlookers craning their necks from upstairs windows on St James' Road, and Tisdale wearing a porkpie hat
at a jaunty angle, straight out of Bob Stokoe's old wardrobe.
Cranston -- who won four Emmys for the role -- delighted photographers by donning the black porkpie hat
for a few moments.
Looking for a chambray porkpie hat
? They've got it!
In one scene, a porkpie hat
floats surreally across a pond of optical noise; in another, juking, windblown film of Joshua trees is filled with two pitches of fuzz.
The doorbell rang and a young man, just slightly older than our husbands, about thirty-five, stood on our porch in a porkpie hat
and asked whether the professor was home.
To punctuate this tuneful meandering through the octaves, he hammered himself on the chest from time to time, a percussive effect that briefly set the brim of his porkpie hat
Grab your porkpie hat
and shades as Jake and Elwood Blues are back in town in this latest production of the popular musical.
He looked in his seventies at least, clearly retained a passion for the game and wore his heart on his sleeve, or rather on that porkpie hat
, to which were fixed the four large cutout letters P, I, P and E.
Stylishly dressed in well-worn clothes including a porkpie hat
, charismatic Jun-an (Lim Jun-sik) also has a limp he clearly plays up to avoid any responsibilities.
Whether contrasting Astaire's humble Nebraska roots with his iconic status as a fleet-footed, top-hatted, light-voiced doyen of the debonair, or memorably remarking on Astaire's ability to wear clothes ("one of the few men who could work a porkpie hat
and not seem a perfect doofus"), Epstein rarely resorts to exaggeration or unearned praise.