Dick Tracy's wardrobe is pretty simple in comparison to other hard-hitting superheroes. Although he does manage to stand out among other detectives with his bright yellow trench coat and matching hat. Without these token pieces you may end up looking like you just got home from work.
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December 10, 2013 by Kristina
After a tornado transports Dorothy Gale (Judy Garland) and her little dog, Toto, to the Land of Oz, she’s off to see the Wizard, the wonderful Wizard of Oz. He agrees to help her get back home but only after she destroys the Wicked Witch of the West. She’s joined by the Cowardly Lion, the Tinman and the Scarecrow as she travels the yellow brick road. And don’t forget those amazing ruby red slippers, which the Wicked Witch of the West also wants to get her hands on, my pretty.October 19, 2013 by Amy
Miami Vice is a 1980’s TV show that starred Don Johnson and Philip Michael Thomas as two vice detectives working undercover in Miami. Their look was characterized by pastel or brightly colored T-shirts under suit jackets. Don’t forget to show a few chest hairs to complete the look.
December 6, 2013 by Jaime
In Dick Tracy, lounge singer Breathless Mahoney kept her performances fresh with an array of form fitting dresses. No dummy to the world of crime, this platinum blonde was rarely without red lips or flashy bracelets. Except of course when she was dressing up as The Blank.October 18, 2016 by Tom
Lamont Cranston (Alec Baldwin) is an American who sets up as an opium kingpin in Tibet after the Great War when a holy man abducts him and offers him the chance to become a force for good. He accepts, returning to New York living alternately as a millionaire playboy and The Shadow, an anonymous vigilante who terrorizes criminals. As you might guess, The Shadow was the main inspiration for Batman.
October 12, 2016 by Luca
In Dirty Harry, Harold Francis Callahan (Clint Eastwood) is a police detective working the case for a psychopathic serial killer calling himself Scorpio. Dirty Harry doesn’t hesitate to cross professional and ethical boundaries, dispensing his own brand of justice with his trademark .44 Magnum.
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