Martin Brody (Roy Scheider) is holding a bottle of Old Spice cologne while throwing meat and blood into the sea to attract the shark infesting the island of Amity. He soaks a handkerchief with the cologne and sniffs it, in a vain attempt to neutralize such an unpleasant smell.
A can of Barbasol shaving cream is one of the most famous props in the 1993 film by Steven Spielberg. It actually had an important function in the story: Biosyn’s head of research Lewis Dodgson (Cameron Thor) wants to steal dinosaur embryos from InGen, so he contacts Jurassic Park’s computer programmer Dennis Nedry (Wayne Knight) and promises him $1,500,000 if he’s able to deliver what Biosyn wants. For this purpose, Dodgson gives Nedry a Barbasol can which hides a place to store the embryos. Smuggling the embryos out of the park is not easy, though: after stealing them, Nedry drives out of the park, but he has got a car accident and he’s eaten alive by a Dilophosaurus. The can rolls in the mud and is lost in the jungle.
Unfortunately, he’s used all her Chanel Coco perfume, which is very hard to find in the future envisioned in the film.