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    Today, 05:17 AM
    The Terry Leonard jacket has a cut (simple horizontal cut) in the sleeve for continuity purposes, not because Ford wore it for that shot. As per my prior post the Leonard jacket is trashed (from being used for the actual drag) and there's no way it is a hero jacket from TOD. The hero TOD jackets are not from Raiders, they were made new for TOD and that's why they have B&N Raiders II labels (see the well-documented Noel Howard jacket. The other TOD jackets in the archives collection are the same.) Ford did not wear the Leonard jacket when he was shot in the arm. In fact take a close look at the sequence - Ford wears two different bullet hit jackets. One for the first part of the sequence including the actual squib shot, which blows a large vertical hole in the sleeve--and then a different one for the second part of the sequence, with a simple horizontal cut in the sleeve (see the shot where he's being punched in the arm). It's possible the first one of these was the main hero or the Imam jacket. The second one, with the simple horizontal cut, I don't believe is the Imam and it's definitely not the main hero. I believe it's a different jacket that doesn't appear anywhere else. - - - Updated - - - Also to answer the prior question - the main hero jacket does not exist in the Archives collection. I am aware of two separate individuals connected to the film who allegedly had a jacket at one time--one of these could be (or could have been) the main hero jacket. It's possible the two jackets are the main hero and the Imam. But neither jacket can be located today, and I have tried extensively. It may be lost. Brandon
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