| This fatigue jacket was worn by the character "Paul Brenner," portrayed by actor John Travolta, in the 1999 murder mystery film, "The General’s Daughter." The woodland fatigue jacket has the name tag “White” sewn above the right breast pocket and a “U.S. Army” patch sewn above the left breast pocket. It also has the name “White” handwritten in faded black ink on the inside label of the jacket.
Mr. Travolta can be seen wearing the jacket throughout the beginning of the film when he is in Georgia masquerading as First Sergeant Frank White at a local army base. He is in disguise to broker an illegal arms trade with a self-proclaimed freedom fighter. He can also be seen wearing the jacket when he first meets Captain Elisabeth Campbell (Leslie Stefanson).
The jacket is in great screen used condition and are accompanied by a letter of authenticity from the costume house. Presented by The Golden Closet, your premier source for iconic screen used wardrobe, props, and music entertainment memorabilia.