MCM: Historical Costume Dudes Taking Baths


Look, it’s Monday. We know how rough it can be. So here are some video clips of guys in historical costume movies and TV shows taking baths. It’s not much, but we hope this helps get you through the day.


Ralph Fiennes in The English Patient (1996)

He can sew!


Antonio Banderas in Original Sin (2001)

With bonus Angelina Jolie, for thems who like that.


Johnny Depp in From Hell (2001)

Pro tip: Don’t set absinthe on fire unless you like the taste of burnt crap.


Jude Law in The Talented Mr. Ripley (1999)

It’s in dubbed in French, but who cares?


Julian Sands, Rupert Graves, and Simon Callow in A Room With a View (1985)

Full frontal on the old guy, naked butts on the young fellas.


Colin Firth in Pride and Prejudice (1995)

Drop the robe!


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5 Responses

  1. Susan Pola

    Love the Colin Firth from Pride and Prejudice. Also Room with a View & Original Sin.

  2. Yvonne

    My fav is still all the naked dudes bathing in Much Ado About Nothing – Kenneth Branagh, Denzel Washington, Robert Sean Leonard. Yumm! The ladies get their own shower scene too! ;)

  3. Andrew

    A couple of movies to mention:

    The Hallelujah Trail (1965) 19th C. cavalry officer Burt Lancaster is frequently interrupted while in his bath tub.

    The Hour of the Pig/The Advocate (1993) Lawyer Colin Firth and priest Ian Holm in a mixed public bath house in 1452 Abbeville.

  4. MoHub

    Maverick, with James Garner and Mel Gibson in side-by-side tubs after out-conning con Jodi Foster.


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