Esquire couldn't even get the title right .
Yes that was quite shocking why the referenced the Rolex when it was not used foe the movie!
Boo for Esquire
Probably this one is better
No distiction of Heuer.
Yah, i thought it was a better description. My bad. They keep mentioning Rolex in the narrative
Mario Andretti and his gold Carrera ref. 1158CH. (My dream watch! )
Mcqueen wears a Rolex in the first scenes
Breaking Bad - Walter White's Monaco CAW2111 - not really news but did anyone else noticed that he presses the crown to start the chronograph at the beginning of the prison murder scenes?
https://timeandtidewatches.com/long...lter-whites-tag-heuer-monaco-in-breaking-bad/ - if you want to watch the whole clip and read the accompanying article which does not discuss this particular faux-pas.
I suppose this is an example of artistic license.
The Monaco is stopped (crown "out/up") at the beginning of the sequence; all hands are pointing up to symbolize something is about to "start".
After Walt presses the crown down to activate the movement, the next frames showing him activate the chronograph, must have seen redundant to the editors, so they removed them to keep the montage agile.
Last weekend I cought Catch me if you Can playing on HBO and noticed that DiCaprio appears to be wearing a Carrera.
Have seen this film about 10 times and never noticed. Good catch! (pun intended)
I was watching Sherlock the other night and noticed the Monaco on Watson's wrist.
“The Game is On”
From Ford v Ferrari "behind the scenes" on YouTube.
^ That is such a slim profile. Starting to wonder if this was just a prop-watch (non functional).
Carrera 7753 SN
Given that that photo appears to be from the production of the fight scene (the tree, clothes, etc) you might be right.
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