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Who Framed Roger Rabbit (1988)
''1947 Hollywood. Cartoons living alongside humans. I worked on that having a kind block color basis. Lots of primaries, very upbeat. A sense of real life and cartoons together.''
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Forrest Gump (1994)
''Forrest Gump, spanning a 30 year period of mid 20th century history, so in small moves saying where we are in time by the look of the clothing, very iconic and American looks, tapping into American culture. Forrest always stayed the same, the checked shirt, the trousers. He never changes within troubled times.''
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Death Becomes Her (1992)
''You had a concept that Hollywood was still really glamorous. People during the day wearing long dresses. (In fact, everybody wears sweat pants). Women were still super glam. It was a heightened fantasy-reality, really. Old style movie star looks.''
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Saving Private Ryan (1998)
''Saving Private Ryan, just depicting World War II the best I could, making sure you get the uniforms right. This sense of duty, doing that.''
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Jack the Giant Slayer (2013)
''Jack the Giant Slayer is fancy medieval, which is something I said I was never going to do. I did it and really liked it. I designed a world that had a foot in medieval and a foot in contemporary, and where those two things merge. It?s sort of glamor, medieval, a bit of storybook, and a bit of modern edge. It was fun.''
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''Valkyrie was interesting. I didn?t know about the German resistance in World War II, and German officer uniforms are cleverly constructed and designed.''