Rolling Thunder (1977)

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There’s a bottle of Estee Lauder Youth Dew perfume on the dresser in Johnny Vohden’s bedroom. The warm spicy fragrance, created in 1953 by Josephine Catapano, was the first released by the American cosmetic brand.

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The Youth Dew iconic ribbed bottle with the golden ribbon can be seen when Johnny takes his Vietnam War tags from his wife’s jewellery box.

chanelno5eaudetoiletterefillable_bornunicornA refillable atomiser of Chanel No. 5 can be seen on the dresser, too.

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