|"Fast Bullets" - note the side zipper!|
Have you ever wondered how Tom Tyler managed to wear his shirts so well?
While he certainly kept fit on a regular basis during the 1930's through weightlifting, the real marvel of his onscreen wardrobe was how his shirts managed to fit him like a glove. Since Tom had a perfect torso, having shirts that fit so perfectly was no problem, whether they were front button-down shirts or the pullover shirts he periodically wore. Like all other actors and actresses, a tailor would take the physical measurements, and match the ideal wardrobe according to the film genre and story. Tom had
two different long-sleeved pullover styles in his wardrobe; one was black with white trim and a laced bow at the throat, the other one, white with black trim and laced bow.
|"Cheyenne Rides Again" - the zipper once again|
|"Ridin' Thru" - the second button from the bottom came undone|