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Ingrid Bergman's "We'll always have Paris" hat

Like many of you, one of my favourite movies ever is Casablanca and one of my favourite scenes, the airport scene. There's something that makes this scene the most romantic of all (and one of the most beautiful scenes ever shot).
In this scene Ingrid Bergman wears the mos beautiful brimmed hat I have ever seen. Well, this hat is my mom's consumer dream and I have been looking for a replica (or simply a hat that looks similar) for a few months now. The problem is: I can never find one that makes me completely satisfied. So I ask you, if you find a hat that looks like this one, please tell me! I will be eternally grateful.

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Comment by Joanne C on April 29, 2009 at 11:46am
If I come across that hat in my travels I will certainly let you know. While the hat you are looking for is great, this one also from Casablanca is my second favorite movie hat, after the Audrey Hepburn's wide brimmed hat in Breakfast at Tiffany's.


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