Last updated: 11/3/02
Chuckie parts his hair on the right.
- Cigarette in black holder.
The part of the holder that Crim grips in his teeth is black; the part
which holds the cigarette is silver. He holds this in his right hand
during his first appearance with the book, and grips it in his teeth
during the segment where he points at the Time Warp instructions.
- Deep red ascot with black faceted beads and piping.
Two layers, with a black tassel at the tip of each. The piping forms a central design, with a wavy vertical line on each side, accented with the beads. The wavy lines don't extend quite as close to his neck as the central motif. Bottom edge of the ascot is scalloped (3 scallops outlined with very small smooth seed beads). Make ascot out of a red handkerchief/scarf or a wide tie (not satin, please).
I thought for years that the ascot was decorated with sequins, but on the DVD they definitely look convex, not concave, and this is backed up by a
photo Larry Viezel was kind enough to send. They are definitely faceted from the way they catch the light, and are about sequin-sized; there is one large one just above the tassel that might be a stone instead.
The best color picture of this is in the booklet that comes with the 15th
anniversary box set.
Here it is--note the beading pattern and the lapels of
- Gray velveteen jacket with black velvet lower lapels and white hankie stuffed in left breast pocket.
Worn unbuttoned. There is a dark gray/black frog or toggle closure just below the lapels, the knot/toggle on his right side, with the loop on his left. 3 velvet-covered buttons per sleeve (same shade as jacket), placed very closely together. Vertical center backseam; 2 vents on jacket back. Lined in gray satin. There's a bound diagonal slash (welt) pocket on other side of the front bottom of the jacket.
- White dress vest (waistcoat).
Fastens at bottom with 7 small white fabric-covered buttons with shanks.
- White pleated dress shirt with wing tux collar, round black
cufflinks with gold rims.
- Black pants, no belt.
- Black shoes and socks.
- Time Warp instructions and wooden pointer.
Pointer has a dark brown cylindrical handle. The instructions would look great on a pull-down window shade.
- Black hardbound book.
Long; may be 8.5x14 inches. "THE DENTON AFFAIR" is embossed in gold above the center of the cover. There are 6 evenly-spaced gold horizontal stripes on the spine, a vertical line on front and back cover at the edge of the spine binding (done in a slightly more textured black) and gold diagonal lines edging triangles of the same reinforced material over the two outer corners on the front and back.
- Squat clear cut-glass tumbler.
Crim fondles during "Food" speech. Looks like an "Old Fashioned"/"On the Rocks" glass.
- Light-up globe.
Runs $50 and up new. Arthur Levesque suggests buying a plastic inflatable globe and lighting it from underneath or behind.