Six Movies Where Smoking Steals the Scene

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Six Movies Where Smoking Steals the Scene Brought to you by 21 Century Smoking – your source for making the switch to e-cigarettes

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1. The Graduate

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Mrs. Robinson probably wouldn’t look quite as demure – and, well, let’s say it: seductive – without a cigarette dangling between her fingers.

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2. The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly

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It can seem like Blondie is chewing on the same ratty cigar for the entirety of the film, but nothing punctuates a shoot-out like that single, swift readjustment at the end of this scene…

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3. Pulp Fiction

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It’s easier to punctuate sentences in that awkward silence with a cigarette. You’ll note that it’s sometimes important for actors to have something to do with their hands – we don’t want things getting too awkward, after all…

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4. Goodfellas

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De Niro doesn’t get anything in this scene except a cigarette, his eyes, and a badass tune. That’s all the master needs, though.

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5. Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas

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It’s hard to imagine Depp’s Hunter S. Thompson without a massive cigarette holder clenched between his teeth, seemingly never smoking it, just holding on from start to finish like it’s the only thing of permanence in the entire film.

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6. Girl, Interrupted