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Iconic footwear in the history of cinematography 

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The history of cinematography is closely connected with ... cult footwear. After all, can you imagine the “Wizard of Oz” without Dorothy’s red shoes? Or “Kill Bill” without Uma Thurman’s yellow sneakers?

We made a selection of the most interesting shoe models from cult films that went down in history.

Iconic footwear in the history of cinematography 

Shoes in the movie "Breakfast at Tiffany's", 1961

Iconic footwear in the history of cinematography 

Sneakers in the movie "Kill Bill", 2003

Iconic footwear in the history of cinematography 

Shoes in the movie "The Wizard of Oz", 1939

Iconic footwear in the history of cinematography 

Shoes in the film "Day Beauty", 1967

Iconic footwear in the history of cinematography 

Boots in the movie "Barbarella", 1968

Iconic footwear in the history of cinematography 

Sandals in the movie "Taxi Driver", 1976

Iconic footwear in the history of cinematography 

Treads in the movie "Pretty Woman", 1990

Iconic footwear in the history of cinematography 

Sneakers in the film "Dirty Dancing", 1987

Iconic footwear in the history of cinematography 

Sneakers in the movie "Forrest Gump", 1994

Iconic footwear in the history of cinematography 

Muley in the film "Marie Antoinette", 2006

Iconic footwear in the history of cinematography 
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