"Fred Gwynne" reminds me I have to see So Fine again. Fred is the president or dean of a college where Ryan O'Neil is up for tenure, and O'Neil's father Jack Warden is a tailor in trouble with a gangster married to a hot Italian opera singer in whose jeans O'Niel has to escape, but the jeans split, and he accidentally invents jeans with transparent butts, which saves his dad's business....
I'm sure Mr Eddie (Richard Kiel? (Jaws from Bond)) has some knife content in there.
Also here's a few shots of the knife Ryan Binghams character Walker pulls on Rip during a fight and also secretly pulls on Kayce on way to the "train station" Alot of debate on this knife, some say a Browning but I'm not sure. Any guesses would be appreciatedHere is a couple of Buck 110s and I think a Benchmade from the show Yellowstone. There's several more knives in the series I will try to get a shot of
It seems that the Bowie knife wielded by Brad Pitt as lieutenant Aldo Raine in the movie Inglorious Basterds is going to be auctioned off by Julien´s Auctions in Los Angeles on april 28-29 2021. Estimated selling price: $ 5000 to $ 7000.
Bad Day at Black Rock (1955):
The famous ‘Karate’ scene. Spencer Tracy removes a switchblade from Ernest Borgnine’s pocket at about 4:54:
Didn't Pitt have a pretty cool Bouie in WWI in A River Runs Through It? Something about too many brothers with too few girlfriends.
Guess I'll go look.
There was such a movie, without Anthony Hopkins in it, but the only Bowie pictures I find are the Basterds knife.
Perhaps your right, I know when I'm outside killing time I like to whittle. Even if its just cutting curly shavings off a stick,its calming imho. Looks like a sodbuster style in this shot to me.I can only wonder if Bronson liked to whittle. He had a scene in The Magnificent Seven where he uses a granddaddy Barlow to whittle a whistle for a little girl.