Favorite pipe scenes from movies or television

Opus X

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What are some of your favorite movie scenes involving a pipe?

One of my favorites of a more recent movie is this one from Inglorious Basterds is Hans Calabash.

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Speaking of a Calabash... can't leave out Data!

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Or how could we forget Granny with her cob?
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Or Calvin Candie in Django
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Then we have Daniel Day Lewis in Gangs of New York
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Or one of my favorite movies... The Quiet Man

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And if you were into the spaghetti westerns, you can't forget Lee Van Cleef

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I'll chime in with a few of my favorites (several of those you listed also are some of mine).
Many of them are older movies, when smoking a pipe (or cigar) was not so frowned upon.

Gandalf the grey
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Anthony Quinn in Guns of Navarone (one of my favorite war movies)
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Or how about something a little more recent like Oppenheimer.
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Or the Hatfields & McCoys with Anse smoking the pipe named after him, the Devil Anse
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Peaky Blinders anyone?
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or how about Davy Jones?
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Even Disney got in on it - 101 Dalmatians
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Time to add a few more... I'm old enough I remember watching movies from the 30's, 40's and 50's with my Mom.
We always liked Sherlock Homes, and one of my favorite actors to portray him was Basil Rathbone.

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Of the more modern Sherlock Holmes, it's a tossup between Benedict Cumberbatch and Robert Downey Jr.

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Of the two, I think Benedict carries off the image of the pipe better.

Jeremy Brett wasn't a slouch either.
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