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Wednesday, March 13, 2013

The Many Wigs of LVC

The 1970's were hair raising time for LVC. From Captain Apache onwards, Lee was subjected to wearing some pretty horribly hairpieces, culminating in the frightening Father John wig in God's Gun!

Let's take a look back, chronologically at some of these great looks!

 Captain Apache




 The Magnificent 7 Ride




 The Stranger and The Gunfighter





 Nowhere to Hide




God's Gun

4 comments:

  1. The one in "Stranger and the Gunfighter" looks best. Of course it started with Captain Apache because he was playing an "Indian/Native American". They never go bald. I remember when a guy with whom I worked mentioned to be he can't grow a beard & never needs to shave. I said "that is odd. Wonder why". And he said "I'm almost full blooded Indian and Indians can't grow a beard but they never go bald". I said "You're kidding I didn't know that". And he said "You should have known that. Think about it. Have you ever seen a bald headed Indian"?

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