Fashion Flashback : Original Guidos
Seems like guidos are the new, hot shit these days for American television audiences, but you are from the east coast you know this is not a new phenom. From Massachusetts to FLA, you can find all types of specifically regional guidos – they are not only fist pumping in NY and NJ. But guidos have existed way before Growing Up Gotti and Jersey Shore. Take a walk back thru time and check out some of the original guidos from John Travolta above (remember him as Vinnie Barbarino to Danny in Grease to his breakout role in Saturday Night Fever) to The Fonz and many, many more, after the jump….
Ayyyy it’s the Fonz, who was played by a Jew – not unlike……
Andrew “Dice” Clay aka Andrew Clay Silverstein
You also can’t forget the almost all non Italian cast of the 50′s guido classic (shot in the 80′s) The Outsiders
Kenickie in Grease and there is John Travolta again! And let’s not forget Jeff Conaway’s co-star in 1970′s TV show….
Tony Danza in Taxi! That’s right he was a young, hot (and kinda dumb) kind of guido, who reminds us of…
Joey from Friends! Played by Matt LeBlanc
Almost forgot Chaci – Fonzie’s cousin ! Who kinda reminds us of …..
Ralph Macchio in Karate kid and …..
My Cousin Vinnie where Joe Pesci played his guido, lawyer cousin with a hot, smart guidette gf Marisa Tomei
Richard Greico 21 Jump Street! He had legendary plucked eyebrows-
***And now for our Number #1 original guido of all time***
Sly Stallone repping Philly!
PROOF ! Oh Sylvester……