Bandit Lee

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The final day of Movie Poster Makeover Week came to us by a suggestion from Don V.
The people in the poster are not drawn to scale, so I had no problem making Lee’s hand unusually oversized.

Wrong Movie Spicolee

Lee of the Day: A History

Day 3 of “Movie Poster Makeover Week” has a neat twist to it.
Lee is portraying Jeff Spicoli from Fast Times at Ridgemont High, yet he has somehow ended up in a poster for The Breakfast Club.
This odd occurrence changes the much beloved Brat Pack film into a surfing movie, which is weird because it takes place in Illinois.
Even when there are no waves, Molly Ringwald on a surfboard is a sight to see.

Calvin Klein Lee

Lee of the Day: A History

Day 2 of “Movie Poster Makeover Week” has Lee portraying the one and only Marty McFly.
Man is he dreamy.
Stop kissing the monitor.

Napoleon Dynamite Lee

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Suggested by East Greenwich’s own Matt Flo, this Lee is sweet because I found an incredible site that had the original movie poster for me to use as the background.
There’s a lot of movie posters available so make some suggestions.

Mango Lee

Lee of the Day: A History


I don’t remember laughing at any of the Mango skits on SNL, but I guess this Lee is better than a Corky Romano reference…

Destro Lee

Lee of the Day: A History

After one fabulously feathered Lee, nothing will restore my masculinity better than a solid G.I. Joe reference.
Suggested by Remy, Destro Lee rules with an iron fist.

In fact, Destro was really the brains behind Cobra, but the Cobra Commander often shouted “Retreat!” in the middle of a battle just when Destro had the Joes ready to go down.
If knowing is half the battle, then I’m sure that wearing a mask made of iron is probably the other half.
(Just to make up for what you don’t know, of course)

Sandra Bullock Sequel Disaster Lee

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Miss Congeniality 2 opened last weekend, and after the success of Speed 2, the box office has officially braced itself.
I suppose I could have drawn Lee beating a dead horse and it would have had the same effect.

Elroy Jetson Lee

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This idea was suggested by my Family Guy DVD collection.
Sometimes I am a little too busy to be very original…