The Last Man On Earth Wears Ivy League

In a recent post we wondered if the sack suit can surivive much longer. Well in one cinematic tale, it’s the last garment mankind will wear in the wake of a zombie apocalypse.

It wouldn’t be Halloween without a shot of Vincent Price, and above you’ll find the full version of his 1964 movie “The Last Man On Earth.” Based on the 1954 novel “I Am Legend,” which provided the source material for the recent Will Smith film of the same name, Price plays a scientist clad throughout the film in an Ivy-styled sack jacket.

As the film was shot in Italy, we have no idea if the jacket was authentic American or one of those foreign knock-offs.

Spoiler alert: Price’s character dies at the end, calling his adversaries “freaks,” no doubt in part for their two-button, darted jackets with shoulder pads. — CC

7 Comments on "The Last Man On Earth Wears Ivy League"

  1. John Darnielle wrote a song about it:

  2. Take my word for it, it is a really bad movie.

  3. Kagi – Thanks, I have not seen the movie, but I am a big John Darnielle fan.

  4. Franklin Alwright | October 30, 2013 at 1:18 pm |
  5. Didn’t I just see this on the Talk Ivy site?!

  6. You did! Hahaha…

  7. P.S.: he does wear a white T-Shirt under his BD. Styleless, lame wimp!

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