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Braveheart - Old English Had Levis?
When William Wallace and Co. have fought their way up to the little fort at the top of the village after his wife is killed, he takes the English lord and kicks him down a little dirt trail, well as the fella is rolling head over heels towards the camera, his cape flies up, and lo and behold, his Levi covered rear is rolling toward us. Hey, could be that they had blue pants back then....but I doubt it.
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vivace writes:
I have to disagree, he is wearing a pair of blue tights, which most lords and nobles would wear under their armor and such.
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garethgazz writes:
From experience, I know that the actors dress in full costume right down to the underwear if it was worn, whether it will be seen or not. It is EXTREMELY unlikely he would have been allowed to wear jeans under his costume.
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deleeria writes:
I disagree strongly. I watched this closely in detail even in slow motion and freeze frame. They ARE NOT Levis. I repeat, NOT.
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