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Which movies are your favorite "hair flicks"?  I remember when I was a kid and saw Zeffirelli's "Romeo and Juliet" I absolutely fell in love with Olivia Hussey's hair and I still think she is one of the most beautiful women to have ever walked the face of the earth (whatever happened to her, anyway?).  

The much more recent "Anna and the King" had Jody Foster sporting some killer hairstyles that you know she has only dreamed of in real life... and there's a mistake in the film where her hair is different in two parts of the same scene, though I'm probably the only person on earth who noticed *that* :P

The musical version of the movie, "The King and I" had Deborah Kerr sporting some pretty updos, too.

Then of course there's "Interview with a Vampire" in which Brad Pitt and Antonio Banderas have never looked better ;)

And how could you possibly ignore Wind in His Hair in "Dances with Wolves"?  Gorgeous!

I'm sure I'm missing tons... anyone have any other favs?
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Reply #1 - Apr 4th, 2003 at 12:23am
 
Nicole Kidman in Moulin Rouge gets my vote.
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Reply #2 - Apr 4th, 2003 at 8:54am
 
Does anybody like "Sex and the City"? Sarah Jessica Parker sometimes wears really pretty updos, classical knots and buns which look very simple but I never can get the same effect trying to do it by myself  ???
I am also a fan of the looks of Nell Porter, the blonde lawyer in "Ally McBeal" (don´t know her real name).
All historical movies are great for elaborate hairstyles but who can wear it in real life? Therefore I like this modern styles.
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Portia de Rossi.  Pretty hair!
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Reply #4 - Apr 4th, 2003 at 10:08am
 
I don't like Sarah Jessica Parker's hair when she leaves it down. I have never seen her hair up! I guess I haven't seen enough episodes (I'm not allowed to watch "Sex and the City" anymore, hmph).

Love Nicole Kidman's hair! Debra Messing also has lovely curls in "Will and Grace."

I think Olivia Hussey (if I'm thinking of the right "Romeo and Juliet") became a drug addict...
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Reply #5 - Apr 5th, 2003 at 5:33pm
 
I really LOVE this style of Alyssa Milano ("Charmed"):
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Reply #6 - Apr 5th, 2003 at 10:18pm
 
Speaking of "Charmed" (my favorite show  Tongue!) Holly Marie Combs (Piper) has the most gorgeous long hair! It must be nearing waist length now!
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Reply #7 - Apr 6th, 2003 at 4:46pm
 
Brahm Stokers "Dracula"  the old count as he floats down stairs has an incredable do and pony tail...I keep trying to duplicate but I haven't quite figured it out yet.

"Gone With the Wind" also has some great styles on Vivian Leigh and Olivia Dehavalind (sp?).

What about the princess in Shrek....she has pretty hair too Smiley.  That opens up another whole can of worms...animated hair.

Back on the origional Star Trek there was a female ensign that had an up do that was woven in a basket weave in the front only...I still think that is cool.

So many movies and TV shows and so many styles to admire...to bad most of them involve wigs and hair pieces and too much pain to try to duplicate in "real life".
What are we to do! : 8)

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Reply #8 - Apr 6th, 2003 at 6:01pm
 
Does anyone remember Queen Amidala´s (Nataly Portman) style with the two "horns" on both sides of her head? I have seen it in ethnological books, it is a look worn by some mongolian tribes!
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Reply #9 - Apr 6th, 2003 at 9:16pm
 
I totally forgot about those hair styles from "Star Wars" what about Leah's styles from the first couple of movies?

Those funny "honey buns" over her ears Smiley.  I had to wear my hair like that for a fashion show and I can tell you from experience...that style is not comfortable and it plays with your hearing too...

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Reply #10 - Apr 6th, 2003 at 11:36pm
 
Since I'm named after her, I had to do Princess Leia a few times. This was when I was younger so I couldn't really do the buns myself, but I got them done and could hardly hold my head up haha! Princess Leia is very famous for this style.

I like the red-headed daughter's hair in "Grounded for Life" and I get lots of styles ideas from her!
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Reply #11 - Apr 23rd, 2003 at 2:33pm
 
I had recently looked to Tyne Daly of the Judging Amy show as a role model for an older woman with long hair (and not colored either).  I was saddened by the recent episode where her fiance died (as the actor had died) and she cut her hair to a short bob.  The short style is "cute", but I REALLY liked her long hair, especially when she wore it in braids.
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Reply #12 - May 28th, 2003 at 1:41am
 
I know what you mean about Tyne Daly's hair. It was fab. I cried when she cut it. I loved the way she wore it. I would love to get my hands on some of her clips etc.

As far as great movie hair, Helena Bonham Carter in A Room with a View. Any period films like Sense and Sensibility, Wings of a Dove, Much, oh my gosh..Braveheart! Both Mel and his loves!  I sometimes just watch my collection of those types of videos just for ideas. It is nice to see older women in these films also have lovely styles. Even though they probably helped with hair pieces, they have great accessories. I love accessories. When I decided not to cut my hair ever again, except for bi-yearly trims to keep it healthy, I gave my self permission to spend money on pretty, good quality accessories. I love that photo of Melissa Milano with the updo and flower. I should use more flowers! 

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Reply #13 - May 28th, 2003 at 11:24am
 
Yes, Alyssa Milano's style is nice there, but I have to say I can't STAND those bangs!!
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Reply #14 - May 30th, 2003 at 12:47am
 
Ah yes... Glenn Close in Hamlet!  That huge wonderful braid.  And Angela Lansbury in Samson and Delilah... she had a wonderful long red braid in that one.
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Reply #15 - May 30th, 2003 at 1:46am
 
Yes, Yes wonderful hair. Also, have you seen Everafter? Drew Barrymore's Cinderella story. Lovely. Drew was sporting a beautiful beaded snood. Great braidwork too.

And remember Meg Ryan's hair in Sleepless in Seattle. I love her hair in that.

I also liked the casual long hair looks for Nicole Kidman and Sandra Bullock in Practical Magic as well as the "Aunts" hair. I just loved their hair. I would love my hair to be that long! I am already working on the temple area grey streak!

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Reply #16 - May 30th, 2003 at 4:20pm
 
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I'm so jealous!  GIMME!!!!
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Reply #17 - May 30th, 2003 at 5:30pm
 
I know, I love my gray! It really irks me when I do go get a trim, all they can say is what pretty hair, you should get rid of the gray, Angry My almost 17 y/o son says "it rocks, Mom". He also has long  hair, almost as long as mine. His hair is so fabulous.

What do you think about the beautiful locks in Lord of the Rings. Both men and women's hair. I love it. I am working on a couple of different looks for my son's hair. Like that Legolas fishtail braid. Hmmm.

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Reply #18 - May 30th, 2003 at 8:47pm
 
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Reply #19 - Sep 10th, 2003 at 10:27am
 
Shocked Agree with Olivia Hussey - have you seen her in Henry the 8th and his six wives? She plays Catherine Howard and her hair looks beautiful! Personally my favourite "hair flick" is "Camelot" Vanessa Redgraves hair is fantastic in it - probably a wig but hey - still beautiful! As for animated hair - got to be Princess Odette in The Swan Princess - hair like I've always dreamed of owning!!
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Reply #20 - Sep 10th, 2003 at 10:36am
 
Undecided  OOOps - wasn't Olivia Hussey  in Henry 8th - it was Lynne Frederick - lovely hair anyway! Very good film too!
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Reply #21 - Sep 10th, 2003 at 11:09am
 
It's been so long since I've seen the movie Camelot I can't remember much about Lynn Redgrave's hair.  My most recent experience with the story was walking out on the stage production several years ago with Robert Goulet playing Arthur.  It was *horrendous.*  Only the second play I ever walked out on, the first was Richard Dreyfus in "Total Abandon."  The critics said "Total Abandon should be totally abandoned."  They were much too kind.

However, for some reason discussing Camelot made me think of Helena Bonham Carter.  Doesn't she have the most wonderful hair in just about everything in which she appears?

And on a completely different note, do those two blonde chicks who appear and sing in the commercial for some blonde product (somebody help me out here) have the most horrible hair you've ever seen?  I'm all for trendy hairstyles, but not only do I think the girls are, err... unremarkable, but their hair is really bad.  I think the person who hired them to sell hair products deserves to be fired, LOL!
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Reply #22 - Sep 11th, 2003 at 12:12am
 
The blonde chicks' hair is obviously fried, and I prefer long hair, but if you're not going to grow it a funky fakey style is ok. They're pretty hot, too.
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Reply #23 - Oct 31st, 2003 at 5:26pm
 
I could go on and on about celebrity dos!!  My favorites come from witch and renassance (SP???) shows.  I really like Charmed dos, except Alissa Milano's really short styles  Shocked
I love Holly Marie Combs' hair!!!  And Portia De Rossi's, I used to love watching Ally McBeal just to see how she had her hair!!!   

My all time fav is Interview... That's when I fell in love with Brad Pitt's hair!!!
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Reply #24 - Dec 1st, 2003 at 12:31am
 
I've been tortured by long hair lust ever since I started watching the "Lord Of The Rings" movies.  Between Arwen, Legolas, Eowyn, Galadriel and Haldir, I've been wanting to grow my hair out long.  Sigh...  I have to say though that Gandalf needed a trim-  Or a good brush!    Grin
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Reply #25 - Dec 15th, 2003 at 6:47pm
 
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Reply #26 - Dec 16th, 2003 at 1:40am
 
Ohmygosh- I'm overwhelmed with hair lust  *faint*

Perhaps these photos will inspire Rapunzel to create a new category of hair stix for her web site...   the LORD OF THE RINGS HAIR STIX!   Perhaps they would be engraved in Elvish, with tiny crystal Silmarillions on the tops...    Grin Grin Grin  

Hmmm... a new idea.  Hair stix inspired by literary works.   Hey, Rapunzel, need a partner?  Wink
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Reply #27 - Dec 16th, 2003 at 1:35pm
 
I actually did a custom pair of GemStix for one of my good customers called "Legolas, Greenleaf".  Here's a pic of 'em:

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She posts on this board occasionally, I'm sure she'll get a kick out of this thread :D
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Reply #28 - Dec 17th, 2003 at 4:52am
 
Rapunzel,

  Those hairsticks are amazing.

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Awwww shucks

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Reply #30 - Dec 17th, 2003 at 11:14am
 
Wow!  I want some! *wah!*  I know how to do Eowyn and Galadriel's hair, but I still want to know how to do Arwen's!!
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Reply #31 - Jan 13th, 2004 at 5:41pm
 
Cate Blanchett in Elizabeth and Tilda Swinton in Orlando. I'm a sucker for red hair and LONG red hair is just absolutely stunning, not to mention the fancy braids and such. Smiley
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Reply #32 - Jan 14th, 2004 at 2:45am
 
OnohOH!  Glenn Close in Hamlet!  Gorgeous hair!
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Reply #33 - Mar 21st, 2004 at 8:06pm
 
Jocelyne's hair in A Knights Tale!  I like the one at the banquet thats all spiky and has red in it.  I also like the one in the two ponytails that has purple in it, its the one just before William is arrested.  I wish I knew how to do those two hairstyles!  Someone help!
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Reply #34 - May 14th, 2004 at 2:57am
 
Does anyone remember the t.v. show called Step by Step?  The girl named Karen had gorgeous long hair for most of the series.  Eventually she got it cut.  And- "Topenga" in the t.v. show "Boy meets world." Eventually she got it cut too.   Embarrassed

We can't forget jane seymour in ANY movie!!

Also, both Nicole Kidman and Sandara Bullock in Paractical Magic!!!
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Reply #35 - Jun 30th, 2004 at 10:32pm
 
definitely Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon with Zhang Ziyi and Michelle Yeoh...
and Catherine Zeta Jones has some really stellar locks in The Mask of Zorro--especially the fencing scene in the stables where Elena shows off her hip length hair. drool
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Reply #36 - Jul 10th, 2004 at 10:00pm
 
I love Elizabeth Taylor's styles in William Shakespeare's Taming of the Shrew.  And also Elizabeth Taylor's hair in Shakespeare's Cleopatra too.
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Reply #37 - Jul 12th, 2004 at 11:06am
 
Liz Taylor's everything always looked amazing, up until the 70s anyway!

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Reply #39 - Sep 12th, 2004 at 6:53pm
 
The New Movie "13 to 30" or whatever it's called when she wears her hair with the hairpicks it's so cute. Her hair is not that long but I like doing different things with my hair instead of the same old things all the time. My new adventure of course is the hairpicks which I have yet to get down to well.
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Reply #40 - Sep 12th, 2004 at 6:55pm
 
Remember the Movie GI Jane when Demi Moore shaved her head? I almost cried!!!!!
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Reply #41 - Sep 12th, 2004 at 7:09pm
 
Yes, but she then grew it out and it looks great!
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Yeah, her hair looks beautiful now. I would love to
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I forgot to mention the movie somewhere in time with
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Reply #44 - Sep 13th, 2004 at 8:42pm
 
For me, my absolute favourite hair flicks would have to be:

1.) Braveheart's Sophie Marceau as Princess Isabelle.

2.) First Knight's  Julia Ormond as Guinevere.

(I know they were probably a hair piece, but one can dream it's possible!! Gorgeous!)

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Oh gosh, I drool every time I watch it. Definitely a hairpiece, though. Her hair is just unnaturally gorgeous. If only hair could really be that beautiful...there might actually be hope for me.  Roll Eyes
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Fake or not I love her hair!!! Shocked
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I know! Me too! Yer woman Sophie had nice hair in another film as well...I can't remember the name of it but it was with David Spade. It wasn't overly long, but it was still lovely!

I love The Matrix Reloaded/Revolutions actress hair too....the French actress, Monica Belluci. The one who played uh...can't remember her charachters name....

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She played Persephone... and also Mary Magdalene in Passion of the Christ, where she also had great hair... Monica Bellucci is so gorgeous! ::drool::
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I saw a recent interview on T.V where her hair looked
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Did anyone mention Gwen Paltrow in "Shakespeare in Love?"

I thought here and her hair were absolutely FABULOUS!

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Did anyone mention Page from the show "Ellen" when it was still on?  She always had the most beautiful hap-hazard curls that looked perfect pulled up or just left down.  But my absolute favorite head of hair belongs to Julie Strain (my husbands a big fan, and i don't think it's her hair... Undecided), it's all her real hair, too.  She said she adds hair pieces for thickness sometimes, though.  Hair to die for, no doubt! *jealous!* Wink
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You're right - my mistake! Sorry!  Embarrassed  8)
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1.) Braveheart's Sophie Marceau as Princess Isabelle.

2.) First Knight's  Julia Ormond as Guinevere.

(I know they were probably a hair piece, but one can dream it's possible!! Gorgeous!}


Rua, I TOTALLY agree on both your choices!!!

How about the girl in Pirates of the Carribean who played Elizabeth Swan; I don't know her name, sorry.

And how about Johnny Depp as Captain Jack Sparrow playing opposite her.  Totally bizarre and totally yummy!

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...I think Monica Bellucci played Persephone.
...and I think Demi Moore recently cut her hair off!! AGAIN!!  Cry Cry
Ohhhhhhhh and the Pirates actress name is KIERA KNIGHTLEY AND SHE IS GORRRRGEOUS!!!! What a siren!

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Claudia Black gets my vote with her long black hair.  (Queen of the Damned/FarScape/Pitch Black)  If I could have any hair in the world it would be hers!
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Oh my gosh! I absolutely LOVE Claudia Black! She's got the most fab hair ever...especially in the 4th season of Farscape when it was really long! *sigh* I'm so jealous!  Roll Eyes





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That would be Keira Knightley.  And it's actually her real hair, not a wig.

My favorite is the character Buttercup in The Princess Bride.  That long, flowing, soft-looking blond hair...  I especially love the style she has when she's walking through the palace all angry, and Humperdinck locks her up.  It looks like a ton of knots piled up on the front half, and the back is down loose.  hairpieces galore...
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BraiderSC - should have realized you'd be a Buttercup fan - I love her hair too, even with the hairpieces helping!  Amazing how she rolls down the hill to the fire swamp and doesn't end up with a rat's nest on her head Cheesy
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If you haven't seen Dangerous Beauty you're really missing something!!
Catherine McCormack has beautiful hair and the styles-breathtaking!!  I wish they had done a ton of close ups on her hair so I could figure it out.
Rufus Sewell is also in it, oh such lovely green eyes...
This is a true story of Veronica Franco.  She kicked ass in her day!
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I get my inspiration from my favourite movies, like LOTR and Star Wars. Latter has often very complicated hairdos, but it gives ideas.
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BraiderSC - my sons' youth group watched the movie ad nauseum for a year or more and all of the kids can repeat it almost verbatim.  Fortunately it is also one of my favorite movies -- fairytale stuff with great comedy!  Miracle Max (Billy Crystal) and his wife (Carol Kane) were the absolute cat's meow -- even if they didn't have much to offer in the way of long hair styles Grin
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So many Princess Bride fans here:) It's one of my favorite movies as well and I pretty much know it by heart, the book too. I just love the gowns and hairstyles Buttercup wears around the castle and for the "wedding" scene.
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I read in a magazine that Kiera Knightley cut her hair.  It had a picture with it, and I realize I'm biased, but she looked so much better w/ long hair.   Cry
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Most ladies do. Grin

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I don't think I've seen Alanis Morrisette's hair yet.  I live under a rock.   Wink  That would be almost too depressing to see....
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Cat's Meow!!  Ohh, PreciousLocks, that is one of my favorite sayings!!  Cat's meow..  *purr!*  Ohh, that just cuts me up!


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Does anyone remember Mia Farrow, on Payton Place? She had pretty hair, I remember and then she cut it off to where it was about an inch long all over.
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The Phantom of the Opera has some lovely updos.  Even though Christine's hair probably is a wig of some sort.
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Princess Bride is one of my favorites!  Maybe I'll watch the DVD today.

In Phantom, I liked the older lady's hair.  She had some braids or ropes going on there - I couldn't reverse engineer the styles.  Sad  Christine supposedly had extensions.  There is a pic somewhere where she has her hair pulled back, and you can see them in her hairline.  Nevertheless, still pretty!

Along the lines of fantasy movies, I loved Drew Barrymore's hair in Ever After.  AND her dresses.  Cheesy

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Is Robin Wright Penn's hair real or extensions in the Princess Bride?  I always thought it looked very real.  I love Jane Seymour's hair.  I am so happy that she never cut it and gave into the temptation to have an "easy" style after having twins in her 40s.  She is an inspiration to me.
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How about the girl in Pirates of the Carribean who played Elizabeth Swan; I don't know her name, sorry.

I was wondering if anyone else thought so. It's the lovely and talented Kiera Knightly. I loved her hair in POTC, so gorgeous! I have a feeling some of it was extentions though.
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Not sure about Robin's extensions.  Tried to do a web search but didn't come up with anything.

I'd have to agree with you on Jane Seymour.  Crystal Gale was another longhair from back-in-the-day.  I wonder if she ever cut it?

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My new favorite hair flick would be
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What about 13th Warrior? As I recall everyoneAntonio Banderas had long hair. Besides that movie was such a great inspiration for D&D.  Grin
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Has anybody seen the The Brothers Grimm?  I watched A&E's Behind the Scenes and it looks like there is going to be some gorgeous hair in this movie--especially the Mirror Queen!!
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I'd have to agree with you on Jane Seymour.  Crystal Gale was another longhair from back-in-the-day.  I wonder if she ever cut it?

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Gabi, do you live near Santa Barbara?  That's where I live.  When the Santa Barbara soap started though, I was in San Diego.  I moved here in 1991.

Oh back to the thread..  How could I forget Audrey Hepburn's classy updo's?  She's so pretty (for a short-hair).  Hahaha just kidding.

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Jean de florette's Manon. Her hair was beautiful, especially in her braid. The whole length just suited her so well, I think that's why I loved her
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I live in Oakland which is nicely within distance to make short trip to Santa Barbara.  Next time we go I'll bring my Audrey Hepburn hair book and we can have a go *EVILLE Grin*...g
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According to IMDB that's her only movie. Her name is Ernestine Mazurowna and she did Jean de florrette in '86 so she's probably grown up a little since then.  I also liked the actress in Manon des sources when her hair is a little tamed

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I live in Oakland which is nicely within distance to make short trip to Santa Barbara.  Next time we go I'll bring my Audrey Hepburn hair book and we can have a go *EVILLE Grin*...g


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The women in Serenity, esp. Summer Glau, who played River.  Not so much her hair in the movie ( she was playing a crazy person, after all) as her hair in real life, so long and beautiful!
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Practical Magic... the hair in that movie is what inspired me to grow mine out in the first place!

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I always like to watch "Groundhog Day" on Feb. 2, and I love Andie McDowell's hair in that one.  So lush looking.
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I love her hair in that movie too!  Actually, she always has very nice hair! Smiley
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These are my favorite movies:

Airplane:  Julie Haggerty

An Unfinished Life:  Camryn Manheim

Army Of Darkness:  Embeth Davidtz

Austin Powers-The Spy Who Shagged Me:  Heather Graham

Basket Case 2:  Heather Rattray

Batman:  Kim Basinger

Beguiled (The):  Darlene Carr, Geraldine Page, Elizabeth Harman and JoAnn Harris

Blue Lagoon (The):  Brooke Shields

Brady Bunch Movie (The):  Christine Taylor and Jennifer Elise Cox

Brian's Song:  Shelley Fabares

Crow (The):  Bai Ling

Crush (The):  Alicia Silverstone

Curfew:  Kim Richards

Daredevil:  Jennifer Gardner

Dodgeball:  Christine Taylor and Julie Gonzalo

Dracula (Bram Stoker's):  Winona Ryder and Sadie Frost

Dracula-Dead And Loving It:  Amy Yasbeck

Dracula II-Ascension:  Brande Roderick

Dukes Of Hazzard (The):  Jessica Simpson

Edward Scissorhands:  Winona Ryder

Eragon:  Sienna Guillory

Escape:  Kim and Kyle Richards

Excalibur:  Helen Mirren, Cherie Lunghi and Katrine Boorman

Fast Times At Ridgemont High:  Jennifer Jason Leigh

Flash Gordon:  Ornella Muti

40 Year Old Virgin:  Mo Collins

For Your Eyes Only (James Bond):  Carole Bouquet

House Of 1000 Corpses:  Karen Black and Sheri Moon

House Of Wax:  Paris Hilton

Invisible Maniac (The):  Shannon Wilsey

Joy Ride:  Leelee Sobieski

Kickboxer:  Rochelle Ashana

Legally Blonde:  Reese Witherspoon

Live And Let Die (James Bond):  Jane Seymour

Live Free Or Die Hard:  Maggie Q. and Mary Elizabeth Winstead

Lone Star State Of Mind:  Jamie King

Lord Of The Rings-Fellowship Of The Rings and The Two Towers:  Live Tyler and Cate Blanchette

Mask (The):  Amy Yasbeck

Meatballs Part II:  Kim Richards

Mummy and Mummy 2:  Rachel Wiesz

Never Say Never Again (James Bond):  Kim Basinger

Pink Panther (The):  Keyonce Knowles

Princess Bride (The):  Robin Wright

Red Corner:  Bai Ling

Rock Star:  Jennifer Aniston

Romeo And Juliet:  Olivia Hussey

Rookie (The):  Sonia Braga

Scorpion King (The):  Kelly Hu

Silent Fall:  Liv Tyler

Sinbad And The Eye Of The Tiger:  Jane Seymour

Sleepy Hollow:  Christina Ricci

Splash:  Daryl Hannah

Star Wars-Episode 1; The Phantom Menace and Attack Of The Clones:  Natalie Portman

Star Wars-Return Of The Jedi:  Carrie Fisher

Stealing Harvard:  Tammy Blanchard

Stir Crazy:  Donna Benz

Strangeland:  Linda Cardellini

Striptease:  Demi Moore

Thinner:  Kari Wuhrer

Thunderheart:  Sheila Tousey

Tommy:  Victoria Russell and Tina Turner

Tomorrow Never Dies (James Bond):  Michelle Yeoh

Tuff Turf:  Kim Richards

Valentine:  Denise Richards

Wayne's World:  Tia Carrere

Wildthings:  Denise Richards

World Is Not Enough (The)(James Bond):  Denise Richards and Sophie Marceau

Zapped Again:  Linda Blair and Karen Black

Zapped:  Heather Thomas




TV shows:


Addams Family:  Carolyn Jones

All In The Family:  Sally Struthers and Betty Garrett

Archie Bunker's Place:  Danielle Brisebois

Becker:  Shawnee Smith

Beverly Hillbillies:  Donna Douglas and Irene Ryan

Blossom:  Mayim Bialik and Finola Hughes

Boy Meets World:  Danielle Fishel

Brady Bunch:  Eve Plumb and Maureen McCormick

Charles In Charge:  Nicle Eggert and Josie Davis

Charlie's Angels:  Farrah Fawcett

Cheers:  Kirstie Alley

CHiPs-Tight Fit episode:  Kim and Kyle Richards

Coach:  Shelley Fabares

Dallas:  Mary Crosby and Charlene Tilton

Dukes Of Hazzard-Cooter's Girl episode:  Kim Richards

Eight Is Enough:  Connie Newton (Needham)

8 Simple Rules:  Amy Davidson and Kaley Cuoco

Facts Of Life:  Nancy Mckeon

Family Ties:  Tina Yothers

Frasier:  Peri Gilpin

Fresh Prince Of Bel-Air:  Tatyana M. Ali

Friends:  Lisa Kudrow

Full House:  Candace Cameron and Jodie Sweetin

George Lopez:  Maisela Lusha

Head Of The Class:  Khrystyne Haje

Home Improvement:  Pamela Anderson and Debbie Dunning

I Dream Of Jeannie:  Barbara Eden

Joey:  Drea de Matteo

Just Shoot Me:  Laura San Giacomo

King Of Queens:  Leah Remini

Little House On The Prairie:  Melissa Gilbert and Melissa Sue Anderson

Lost:  Evangeline Lilly, Emilie de Rauin and Yunjn Kim

Married With Children:  Christina Applegate

Munsters (The):  Yvonne De Carlo

My Two Dads:  Staci Keanan

My Wife And Kids:  Tisha Cambell-Martin and Jennifer Freeman

Nanny (The):  Fran Drescher

One Day At A Time:  Valerie Bertinelli

Partridge Family:  Susan Dey

Perfect Strangers:  Melanie Wilson

Sabrina:  Soleil Moon Frye

Saved By The Bell:  Tiffani Amber Thiessen

Seinfeld:  Julia Louis-Dreyfus

Step By Step:  Angela Watson, Staci Keenan and Suzanne Somers

Still Standing:  Renee Olstead

Suddenly Susan:  Brooke Shields and Kathy Griffin

Too Close For Comfort:  Lydia Cornell and Debbie Van Valkenburgh

Tortelli's (The):  Jean Kasim

Touched By An Angel:  Roma Downey

Waltons (The):  Kami Cotler

Who's The Boss:  Alyssa Milano

Will & Grace:  Debra Messing

Wings:  Amy Yasbeck and Crystal Bernard

Wonder Woman:  Lynda Carter

Wonder Years (The):  Danica Mckellar

Xena-Warrior Princess:  Lucy Lawless and Renee O'Connor



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Reply #93 - Oct 13th, 2007 at 11:10am
 
i would have to say my fav is Practical Magic with Nicole Kidman and Sandra Bullock thier hair was sooooo gorgeous and long. i loved the layers Nicole had.
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Reply #94 - Oct 13th, 2007 at 11:45am
 
The Princess bride, oddly enough Tomb raider, and DEFINATELY Phantom of the Opera... I've been a huge POTO nut since waaayyy before the movie..... I think I was 11 or 12 when Mom got the soundtrack of the original stage play... *young K. hears CD... Young K. 'confiscates' CD, does not return for months* I absolutely love Madame Giry's hair... there's one scene where it's in a braid down her back, as she's looking in a mirror, and then starts playing with it.... I want that hair.... Must have been at least tailbone loose......

Although, since it was set in paris... the fact that she was the ONLY character with a french accent was a little unsettling... They should have gone for all or none, you know?
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Reply #95 - Oct 13th, 2007 at 4:48pm
 
The actress who played Isolde in "Tristan and Isolde"

Didn't care for the movie all that much, but her hair was very beautiful and I love the concept of hair parted in the middle in front, then pulled half-up parted behind the ears.  Very nice.

Oh, and her wedding dress?  Yes, that's what I want.  Something long and sleek with loose sleeves and a hood-like veil.
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Reply #96 - Oct 14th, 2007 at 11:44am
 
From my list, I would say Kickboxer is my favorite of favorites.

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These are my favorite movies:

Airplane:  Julie Haggerty

An Unfinished Life:  Camryn Manheim

Army Of Darkness:  Embeth Davidtz

Austin Powers-The Spy Who Shagged Me:  Heather Graham

Basket Case 2:  Heather Rattray

Batman:  Kim Basinger

Beguiled (The):  Darlene Carr, Geraldine Page, Elizabeth Harman and JoAnn Harris

Blue Lagoon (The):  Brooke Shields

Brady Bunch Movie (The):  Christine Taylor and Jennifer Elise Cox

Brian's Song:  Shelley Fabares

Crow (The):  Bai Ling

Crush (The):  Alicia Silverstone

Curfew:  Kim Richards

Daredevil:  Jennifer Gardner

Dodgeball:  Christine Taylor and Julie Gonzalo

Dracula (Bram Stoker's):  Winona Ryder and Sadie Frost

Dracula-Dead And Loving It:  Amy Yasbeck

Dracula II-Ascension:  Brande Roderick

Dukes Of Hazzard (The):  Jessica Simpson

Edward Scissorhands:  Winona Ryder

Eragon:  Sienna Guillory

Escape:  Kim and Kyle Richards

Excalibur:  Helen Mirren, Cherie Lunghi and Katrine Boorman

Fast Times At Ridgemont High:  Jennifer Jason Leigh

Flash Gordon:  Ornella Muti

40 Year Old Virgin:  Mo Collins

For Your Eyes Only (James Bond):  Carole Bouquet

House Of 1000 Corpses:  Karen Black and Sheri Moon

House Of Wax:  Paris Hilton

Invisible Maniac (The):  Shannon Wilsey

Joy Ride:  Leelee Sobieski

Kickboxer:  Rochelle Ashana

Legally Blonde:  Reese Witherspoon

Live And Let Die (James Bond):  Jane Seymour

Live Free Or Die Hard:  Maggie Q. and Mary Elizabeth Winstead

Lone Star State Of Mind:  Jamie King

Lord Of The Rings-Fellowship Of The Rings and The Two Towers:  Live Tyler and Cate Blanchette

Mask (The):  Amy Yasbeck

Meatballs Part II:  Kim Richards

Mummy and Mummy 2:  Rachel Wiesz

Never Say Never Again (James Bond):  Kim Basinger

Pink Panther (The):  Keyonce Knowles

Princess Bride (The):  Robin Wright

Red Corner:  Bai Ling

Rock Star:  Jennifer Aniston

Romeo And Juliet:  Olivia Hussey

Rookie (The):  Sonia Braga

Scorpion King (The):  Kelly Hu

Silent Fall:  Liv Tyler

Sinbad And The Eye Of The Tiger:  Jane Seymour

Sleepy Hollow:  Christina Ricci

Splash:  Daryl Hannah

Star Wars-Episode 1; The Phantom Menace and Attack Of The Clones:  Natalie Portman

Star Wars-Return Of The Jedi:  Carrie Fisher

Stealing Harvard:  Tammy Blanchard

Stir Crazy:  Donna Benz

Strangeland:  Linda Cardellini

Striptease:  Demi Moore

Thinner:  Kari Wuhrer

Thunderheart:  Sheila Tousey

Tommy:  Victoria Russell and Tina Turner

Tomorrow Never Dies (James Bond):  Michelle Yeoh

Tuff Turf:  Kim Richards

Valentine:  Denise Richards

Wayne's World:  Tia Carrere

Wildthings:  Denise Richards

World Is Not Enough (The)(James Bond):  Denise Richards and Sophie Marceau

Zapped Again:  Linda Blair and Karen Black

Zapped:  Heather Thomas




TV shows:


Addams Family:  Carolyn Jones

All In The Family:  Sally Struthers and Betty Garrett

Archie Bunker's Place:  Danielle Brisebois

Becker:  Shawnee Smith

Beverly Hillbillies:  Donna Douglas and Irene Ryan

Blossom:  Mayim Bialik and Finola Hughes

Boy Meets World:  Danielle Fishel

Brady Bunch:  Eve Plumb and Maureen McCormick

Charles In Charge:  Nicle Eggert and Josie Davis

Charlie's Angels:  Farrah Fawcett

Cheers:  Kirstie Alley

CHiPs-Tight Fit episode:  Kim and Kyle Richards

Coach:  Shelley Fabares

Dallas:  Mary Crosby and Charlene Tilton

Dukes Of Hazzard-Cooter's Girl episode:  Kim Richards

Eight Is Enough:  Connie Newton (Needham)

8 Simple Rules:  Amy Davidson and Kaley Cuoco

Facts Of Life:  Nancy Mckeon

Family Ties:  Tina Yothers

Frasier:  Peri Gilpin

Fresh Prince Of Bel-Air:  Tatyana M. Ali

Friends:  Lisa Kudrow

Full House:  Candace Cameron and Jodie Sweetin

George Lopez:  Maisela Lusha

Head Of The Class:  Khrystyne Haje

Home Improvement:  Pamela Anderson and Debbie Dunning

I Dream Of Jeannie:  Barbara Eden

Joey:  Drea de Matteo

Just Shoot Me:  Laura San Giacomo

King Of Queens:  Leah Remini

Little House On The Prairie:  Melissa Gilbert and Melissa Sue Anderson

Lost:  Evangeline Lilly, Emilie de Rauin and Yunjn Kim

Married With Children:  Christina Applegate

Munsters (The):  Yvonne De Carlo

My Two Dads:  Staci Keanan

My Wife And Kids:  Tisha Cambell-Martin and Jennifer Freeman

Nanny (The):  Fran Drescher

One Day At A Time:  Valerie Bertinelli

Partridge Family:  Susan Dey

Perfect Strangers:  Melanie Wilson

Sabrina:  Soleil Moon Frye

Saved By The Bell:  Tiffani Amber Thiessen

Seinfeld:  Julia Louis-Dreyfus

Step By Step:  Angela Watson, Staci Keenan and Suzanne Somers

Still Standing:  Renee Olstead

Suddenly Susan:  Brooke Shields and Kathy Griffin

Too Close For Comfort:  Lydia Cornell and Debbie Van Valkenburgh

Tortelli's (The):  Jean Kasim

Touched By An Angel:  Roma Downey

Waltons (The):  Kami Cotler

Who's The Boss:  Alyssa Milano

Will & Grace:  Debra Messing

Wings:  Amy Yasbeck and Crystal Bernard

Wonder Woman:  Lynda Carter

Wonder Years (The):  Danica Mckellar

Xena-Warrior Princess:  Lucy Lawless and Renee O'Connor



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The actress who played Isolde in "Tristan and Isolde"

Her name is Sophia Myles, and she was also in the Underworld movies.
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Reply #98 - Apr 5th, 2008 at 3:02pm
 
Not sure if this was mentioned but I loved Julia Stiles long curls in 10 Things I Hate About You. That is exactly what I want, minus the blond thing.
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Reply #99 - May 25th, 2008 at 4:40pm
 
Lord of the Rings is my favorite series of books and I don't like the movies much (they changed the plot around a lot) but I watch them just for the hair and costumes.  For any other LOTR book geeks in the ether- there is this amazing bit in the Lay of Leithain where Luthien puts a spell on her hair to grow it out so she can escape from Hirilorn-it's amazing.  I'll post it on here some time.
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