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    Re: Bourbon in the Movies

    On Mike and Molly last night, Molly was drinking Wild Turkey. On How I met your mother they drink Scotch

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    Re: Bourbon in the Movies

    Also... on Netflix, the new Texas Chainsaw movie (more lame than you can imagine) had a scene at a bar... with a big mirror with a Weller logo. Can't remember if it was WL Weller or the full William Larue name.

    I had to sit through that one with my wife. I think it was WL Weller.

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    Re: Bourbon in the Movies

    Just watched a movie from the late '60s with James Garner as "Marlowe." In several scenes he is drinking from a fifth of Hill and Hill bourbon. Anyone remember this one?

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    Not a movie but the girlfriend is really into NCIS so I bought her the first ten seasons and have been watching a few episodes with her BECAUSE I love her...anywaythere are quite a few refferences to one of the main characters drinking WTRB, one episode in particluar has someone calling it rotgut while they drink a well aged scotch, almost switched off at that point but, yeh, gotta stick with it

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    Re: Bourbon in the Movies

    That program promotes Bourbon as a sub theme without stressing any particular brand. In one of the early segments the principal character has a bottle of Ten High in his desk drawer. Of course that was back when TH was still a Bourbon and not a blend.
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    Re: Bourbon in the Movies

    This past weeks Justified, the head guy's got some blantons on his desk.
    Everyday my spirit seems to find its way to the bottom of a glass...... Don

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    Re: Bourbon in the Movies

    My favorite bourbon in a movie is WT101 in flask :-)

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    Re: Bourbon in the Movies

    Quote Originally Posted by squire View Post
    That program promotes Bourbon as a sub theme without stressing any particular brand. In one of the early segments the principal character has a bottle of Ten High in his desk drawer. Of course that was back when TH was still a Bourbon and not a blend.
    The first three seasons seem to stress WTRB as regular fixture at his home bar/basement/boat workshop.Within the context of this environment the distinctive bottle has popped up at least half a dozen or so times, maybe this changes in later seasons I dont know.

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    Yes, Rare Breed seems to be the house (basement?) Bourbon yet it's referred to as being "126 proof" so I always presumed the writers were describing Bookers but the RB bottle was a more distinctive visual aid.
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    Re: Bourbon in the Movies

    Quote Originally Posted by dSculptor View Post
    This past weeks Justified, the head guy's got some blantons on his desk.
    "Art" has had that Blanton's in or on his desk for all 5 years now of the show. Also saw MM displayed prominently in the first week.

 

 

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