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24th Apr '18 9:51:37 AM Pichu-kun
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* Beast Boy's signature haircut throughout ''The New ComicBook/TeenTitans'' was a mop-top. He eventually traded that in for a mullet before switching to his modern spikey hair.
* Valerie from ''ComicBook/JosieAndThePussycats'' had a short afro in the '70s.
15th Apr '18 2:32:40 PM siberia82
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* ''Film/XMenDaysOfFuturePast'':

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* ''Film/XMenDaysOfFuturePast'':''Film/XMenDaysOfFuturePast'': Most of the movie takes place in 1973.
26th Mar '18 3:17:19 AM jormis29
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** Amusingly enough, the frequent {{Prequel}}s and side stories set in and around the Old Trilogy era mean that even new works in the galaxy far far away keep putting characters in such hairstyles [[ZeerustCanon just to fit in]]. [[FallenHero Anakin]] spends all of ''Film/RevengeOfTheSith'' with a long rocker-mullet, while Obi-Wan previously sported a shorter, more Creator/KennyLoggins-style [=80s=] mullet in ''Film/AttackOfTheClones'', and then there's [[WesternAnimation/StarWarsRebels Agent Callus' epic sideburns]]...

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** Amusingly enough, the frequent {{Prequel}}s and side stories set in and around the Old Trilogy era mean that even new works in the galaxy far far away keep putting characters in such hairstyles [[ZeerustCanon just to fit in]]. [[FallenHero Anakin]] spends all of ''Film/RevengeOfTheSith'' with a long rocker-mullet, while Obi-Wan previously sported a shorter, more Creator/KennyLoggins-style Music/KennyLoggins-style [=80s=] mullet in ''Film/AttackOfTheClones'', and then there's [[WesternAnimation/StarWarsRebels Agent Callus' epic sideburns]]...
17th Mar '18 12:06:35 PM nombretomado
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** Amusingly enough, the frequent {{Prequel}}s and side stories set in and around the Old Trilogy era mean that even new works in the galaxy far far away keep putting characters in such hairstyles [[ZeerustCanon just to fit in]]. [[FallenHero Anakin]] spends all of ''RevengeOfTheSith'' with a long rocker-mullet, while Obi-Wan previously sported a shorter, more Creator/KennyLoggins-style [=80s=] mullet in ''AttackOfTheClones'', and then there's [[WesternAnimation/StarWarsRebels Agent Callus' epic sideburns]]...

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** Amusingly enough, the frequent {{Prequel}}s and side stories set in and around the Old Trilogy era mean that even new works in the galaxy far far away keep putting characters in such hairstyles [[ZeerustCanon just to fit in]]. [[FallenHero Anakin]] spends all of ''RevengeOfTheSith'' ''Film/RevengeOfTheSith'' with a long rocker-mullet, while Obi-Wan previously sported a shorter, more Creator/KennyLoggins-style [=80s=] mullet in ''AttackOfTheClones'', ''Film/AttackOfTheClones'', and then there's [[WesternAnimation/StarWarsRebels Agent Callus' epic sideburns]]...
9th Mar '18 12:54:50 PM SeptimusHeap
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* ''{{Hair}}'', obviously, especially the [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7dyl0j3WU6Y#t=0m38s title song]] (even though it came out in TheSixties).

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* ''{{Hair}}'', ''Film/{{Hair}}'', obviously, especially the [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7dyl0j3WU6Y#t=0m38s title song]] (even though it came out in TheSixties).
3rd Mar '18 9:14:33 PM foxley
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* In ''Film/KnifeForTheLadies'', Jeff Cooper's shoulder length surfer boy perm is especially distracting in a movie supposedly set in the 1880s.
30th Jan '18 2:08:25 AM UmbrellasWereAwesome
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* The DistantEpilogue to ''Manga/SakamichiNoApollon'' takes place in the 70s. The now adult Kaoru has long hair.

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* The DistantEpilogue to ''Manga/SakamichiNoApollon'' ''Manga/KidsOnTheSlope'' takes place in the 70s. The 70s, marked by the now adult Kaoru has having long hair.
24th Jan '18 3:09:43 AM Cryoclaste
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* PsychoForHire Anton Chigurh in ''NoCountryForOldMen'' wears a Seventies hairstyle, which only adds to his creepiness.

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* PsychoForHire Anton Chigurh in ''NoCountryForOldMen'' ''Film/NoCountryForOldMen'' wears a Seventies hairstyle, which only adds to his creepiness.
3rd Jan '18 12:41:40 AM AirofMystery
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* A lot of the Imperial officers in the first ''StarWars'' movie (1977) have long Seventies sideburns. Even Grand Moff Tarkin has them, although to a much less exaggerated degree.
** A sourcebook (part of the ExpandedUniverse) states that prominent sideburns were a fad among Imperial officers at the time.
** Ironically, the character most noticeably without sideburns is Luke Skywalker himself. He does wear the androgynous "bowl cut" popular during the '70s, but the inner, darker layer of hair is cut tastefully short (noticeable when Luke is briefly pulled under the sewer water by the tentacled monster and all of his hair gets plastered on top of his head).
** Red Leader (the captain of the mission to destroy the Death Star) also conspicuously lacks sideburns. He does have a subtle perm, but that's as '70s as his hair gets.
** There is also a lot of seventies hair in ''RevengeOfTheSith'' as the style is meant to resemble that of the original trilogy, most prominent in Anakin. Obi-Wan previously sported one hell of a mullet in "Attack of the Clones".

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* A lot of the Imperial officers in [[Film/ANewHope the first first]] ''StarWars'' movie (1977) have long Seventies sideburns. sideburns, due to its release in 1977. Even Grand Moff Tarkin has them, although to a much less exaggerated degree.
** A sourcebook (part of the ExpandedUniverse) states that prominent sideburns were a fad among Imperial officers at the time.
** Ironically, the character most noticeably without sideburns is Luke Skywalker himself. He does wear the androgynous "bowl cut" popular during the '70s, but the inner, darker layer of hair is cut tastefully short (noticeable when Luke is briefly pulled under the sewer water by the tentacled monster
degree, and all of his hair gets plastered on top of his head).
** Red Leader (the captain of the mission to destroy the Death Star) also conspicuously lacks sideburns. He does have a subtle perm, but
that's as '70s as his hair gets.
not getting into the giant moustaches on a few characters. Less obvious is Luke's big puffy hair, Han's slightly smaller puffy hair, and Red Leader's subtle perm.
** There is also a lot Amusingly enough, the frequent {{Prequel}}s and side stories set in and around the Old Trilogy era mean that even new works in the galaxy far far away keep putting characters in such hairstyles [[ZeerustCanon just to fit in]]. [[FallenHero Anakin]] spends all of seventies hair in ''RevengeOfTheSith'' as the style is meant to resemble that of the original trilogy, most prominent in Anakin. with a long rocker-mullet, while Obi-Wan previously sported one hell of a shorter, more Creator/KennyLoggins-style [=80s=] mullet in "Attack of the Clones".''AttackOfTheClones'', and then there's [[WesternAnimation/StarWarsRebels Agent Callus' epic sideburns]]...
30th Dec '17 6:56:23 PM mlsmithca
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* All three main characters in ''Series/TheGoodies'' had hairstyles very much of their time while the series was on the air. Tim Brooke-Taylor wore his hair in increasingly longer styles until, by 1977, it was almost to his shoulders at the back and sides. Graeme Garden had big muttonchop sideburns starting in the first series in 1970; by 1977, they were so bushy that it looked like he had two hamsters clinging to his cheeks. And Bill Oddie started out with a moustache and a shaggy bowl cut, but progressed to a full beard and hair past his shoulders by 1972.



* [[Music/{{Supertramp}} Roger Hodgson and Rick Davies]] still have hair like this.

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* [[Music/{{Supertramp}} Music/{{Supertramp}}'s Roger Hodgson and Rick Davies]] Davies still have hair like this.
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