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    Toby Jones on filming The Hunger Games and Catching Fire

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    Claudius Templesmith, played by Toby Jones. His hair looks like it got electric shocked.

  • Lucinda Brant Author

    Claudius Templesmith (Toby Jones) from the Hunger Games sporting an 18th Century inspired 'do'. Meh

  • Ashley Eigel

    Hunger Games 30 day challenge day 3 least favorite male character: Claudius Templesmith.

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    Toby Jones as Claudius Templesmith. He also voiced Dobby the house elf in Harry Potter, and he was in the Doctor Who ep Amy's Choice, and he was in Amazing Grace...

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Samson en Gert - De pruikentijd (Wig Time) - [YouTube 3:03min] No idea what's really going on here, but they all do act and look like Georgian gits, particularly in their awful wigs! ;/

Star wars ancestor git! Alexander Leith of Freeland by Henry Raeburn wearing his wig "a la Princess Leia" and holding the 18thC equivalent of a light sabre aka a walking stick.

Glowing Git! Charles VI, Holy Roman Highlighter—er—Emperor, 1735, by Johann Gottfried Auerbach.

A Git and his minder. Hugh Laurie as Prince George and Rowan Atkinson as Mr. E. Blackadder in Blackadder the Third.

18thCentury Machismo: The size of your tassel and how it hangs DOES matter. Gits!

French costume design for Vampire la Rose, dans le trois Vampires—Georgian Vampire Git.

Just another sunny day on the Grand Tour with a vicar git balancing on a chair with the telescope to his eyeball... THE HERVEY CONVERSATION PIECE by William Hogarth (1697-1764)

Fribble Git! The ever-frightful Mr. Fribble played by Mathew Butler in MISS IN HER TEENS, the movie adaptation of David Garrick's play Miss in Her Teens; or The Medley of Lovers, 1747.

Plumed Git! Even his helmet has plumes. Looks ready for an ostrich shoot; he being the main target! Portrait of Charles Frederick Albert, Margrave of Brandenburg-Schwedt (1705-1762), 1737, by Anna Rosina Lisiewska

Hunting Git! “Reclining Hunter,” 1783-84, Ralph Earl. A parody on the Georgian gentleman hunter! Loads of dead things in this painting, even a dead donkey! And a hat full of mushrooms! Maybe he had been eating the magic type and started hallucinating, and shot at everything that moved???

The name alone screams git, that and the unfortunate Princess Leia hairdo! Clotworthy Skeffington, Later 1st Earl of Massereene, 1746, Sir Joshua Reynolds.

Sir Walter Elliot, Persuasion. Another of Jane Austen's Georgian Gits.

Mr. Collins. One of Jane Austen's best Georgian Gits.

Historically Awkward - John Hancock signs the Declaration of Independence. Grant Lyon, Andy Peters. Historically Awkward is a sketch series of the most uncomfortable moments in history. Enjoy! :)

How To Fight A Duel - The etiquette of dueling with men in outrageous wigs. Fun clip [4:30 - with a 28 sec ad to get through first]

My favorite Georgian Git! Blackadder's George the Prince of Wales "I'm as happy as a Frenchman who's invented a pair of self-removing trousers."!

Henry, Lord Paget, later 1st Earl of Uxbridge (1744-1812), English School, c1760s, painting in the Ante-Room at Plas Newydd, Anglesey, Wales. Why the two handed disappearing act? The usual male pose was to stuff one hand inside your frockcoat/waistcoat but here we have both hands missing!?? Perhaps the artist couldn't draw hands? Still, this pose makes him look a bit of a git!

Gustav III, 1772, by unknown painter, wearing the ekolsundsdräkt (Swedish National Costume). Love the power pink silk outfit, even the ermine lined cape is a nice touch, but that hat has to go!

First pair of ear muffs? Princess Leia's 18thC ancestor? Or just plain Weird Wig Git! [Doctor Daniel Lysons, DCL, MD, 1759, by Tilly Kettle]

Hero of the Hour or Georgian Git? Portrait of a Man, Known as the "Indian Captain", ca. 1767, by Joseph Wright of Derby.

Everything about this painting screams GIT! The humungous Star (I'm sure they aren't usually the size of a dinner plate), the white satin, the plumage on that hat (turban?), the white leather boots with pink ribbons and spurs, but most startling of all those dangling gold tassels! The Honourable Sir Arthur Paget (1771–1840), GCB, PC [Pretty Conceited?], ca.1804 by John Hoppner. Git Extraordinaire!

Photograph of couple in 18th century "fancy dress" - I get the outfits - sort of- but what's with the big white tache? Or is that foam from a Georgian cappuccino? Moustache Git!

Lord Sandwich invents the Sandwich! Inventive Git! It is said that during a card game John Montague, 4th Earl of Sandwich ordered his valet to bring him meat tucked between two pieces of bread. Others began to order "the same as Sandwich!" The original sandwich was, in fact, a piece of salt beef between two slices of toasted bread. [Ben Willbond as Lord Sandwich - Horrible Histories Gorgeous Georgians. (c) CBBC]

Georgian Pinching Match courtesy of the Gorgeous Georgians Horrible Histories crew. Enjoy! Sporting Gits! [2:05min]

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