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Cry Baby jacket

Hi. Do you know who made this jacket, where I can buy it or if I can find a similar one??? I've been looking everywhere, but there ain't a single one that matches this one.

I want this jacket so bad, so please if you have any informations.

And do you recognise what kind of leather it is?

P.S. If only Scott could make a jacket just like this.

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SxDx1945 on 07/14/07 at 12:22 PM

Hi, the closest Schott comes to this style is the 651 perfecto, which doesn't have snaps on the collar or shoulder straps.  Branded leather makes a jacket very similar to this, the model 737.  Go to 800branded.com and look on page 4 of the online catalogue.

eXtreme84 on 07/14/07 at 12:47 PM

Thanks. But again, not even close.

elblanco on 07/16/07 at 08:48 PM

Hi i have something similar. Not much similar, but at least it has stars on epaulets :) I even dont know is this schott???
sorry for my english...

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elblanco on 07/16/07 at 09:33 PM

oh sorry i didn`t realise thet jacket of Johnny has no stars :) but at least epaulets are similar :)

djapango on 07/25/07 at 03:19 AM

What's the pocket configuration as it's not possible to tell from those pics?

Rick on 07/25/07 at 03:20 PM

Yes, the pocket configuration is very important. Most major jacket manufacturers have a similar style. Schott, Vanson, Bates Custom Leathers (Check out the Terminator and Terminator 2 jackets), Buco and virtually anyone who manufactures Highway Patrol jackets all have that jacket that is usually referred to as "inspired by Marlon Brando's jacket from the Wild Ones..."

 

That is a huge pet peeve of mine as the correct name for that movie, is of course, The Wild One. No "s" at the end.

 

By the way, the original Cry Baby jacket worn by Depp was sold in October 2002 for $916.11 USD. The auction did not list a manufacturer, but did state that the words "Cry Baby" were in gold ink on the back of the jacket and that the jacket had a nylon lining, zip-up cuffs, and a buckle around the waist. There was some fraying of the lining and the leather was expectedly distressed. The jacket came with a Certificate of Authenticity from Portobello Productions, so you may want to check with them to see if they know anything about the jacket. Good luck!

eXtreme84 on 07/26/07 at 04:54 AM

Thanks Rick. You're my save ;-)

Rick on 08/02/07 at 06:13 AM

The jacket worn by Darren E. Burrows (Milton Hackett) in Cry Baby was a Langlitz Leathers jacket. I tried Langlitz since the back belt loop configuration was very similar to the Depp jacket and got lucky. More information to come...

 

Still nothing on the Depp jacket. Sorry -

djapango on 08/07/07 at 04:30 AM

I thought it might have been an Aero, but chances are that if Langlitz made one jacket for the film they made the other as well. Surprised that auction for Depp's jacket finished so low, but I guess that was pre-POTC...would probably fetch considerably more if listed on eBay today.

Rick on 08/07/07 at 02:09 PM

I thought the same thing. I would have sworn that belt loop configuration was a Langlitz. But I spoke to the General Manager at Langlitz - Dave Hansen who is the one who told me that Darren E. Burrows is the only member of the Cry Baby Cast wearing a Langlitz. In fact, Mr. Hansen sent me a PEOPLE magazine article to back up what he was telling me - along with the catalog. I have since found the same issue of that PEOPLE magazine which I purchased for my records.

 

The Depp jacket is still at large... 

tim on 08/07/07 at 04:48 PM

You could write to his agent. If you are real nice and send a SASE (self adressed stamped envelope) you might net an answer...

Tracey Jacobs

United Talent Agency

9560 Wilshire Blvd #516

Beverly Hills, CA  90212

Good Luck

Tim

almostfamous on 02/08/16 at 11:45 AM

eXtreme84 wrote:

Hi. Do you know who made this jacket, where I can buy it or if I can find a similar one??? I've been looking everywhere, but there ain't a single one that matches this one.

I want this jacket so bad, so please if you have any informations.

And do you recognise what kind of leather it is?

P.S. If only Scott could make a jacket just like this.

 

almostfamous on 02/08/16 at 11:50 AM

still interested with cry baby jacket?

Gail on 02/09/16 at 06:43 AM

The Cry Baby Jacket resembles our classic 618 motorcycle jacket or possibly the style 525 which has the optional belt option with the snapped belt loops. Are you more interested in the exact styling or the painted "Cry Baby" on the back. We do offer custom made jacket which you could list the specific options you want on the jacket. We do not do painting of designs on jackets, this you would need to have done by an artist who does designs on leather.

Gail

ReelCollector on 10/24/20 at 02:45 PM

Rick wrote:

Yes, the pocket configuration is very important. Most major jacket manufacturers have a similar style. Schott, Vanson, Bates Custom Leathers (Check out the Terminator and Terminator 2 jackets), Buco and virtually anyone who manufactures Highway Patrol jackets all have that jacket that is usually referred to as "inspired by Marlon Brando's jacket from the Wild Ones..."

 

That is a huge pet peeve of mine as the correct name for that movie, is of course, The Wild One. No "s" at the end.

 

By the way, the original Cry Baby jacket worn by Depp was sold in October 2002 for $916.11 USD. The auction did not list a manufacturer, but did state that the words "Cry Baby" were in gold ink on the back of the jacket and that the jacket had a nylon lining, zip-up cuffs, and a buckle around the waist. There was some fraying of the lining and the leather was expectedly distressed. The jacket came with a Certificate of Authenticity from Portobello Productions, so you may want to check with them to see if they know anything about the jacket. Good luck!

That would unusual as the lettering on Johnny's jacket was done with silver ink pen, not gold.  Costume Designer Van Smith was the one who added the cry-baby lettering to the back of all the jackets, and yes, there were a couple of different manufacturers.  All of the jackets except for 3 of them were off the shelf purchases, the other three (including Johnny's) were custom made for the respective actors who wore them.

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