That's what you'll have to use as a search query if you want to find this hat on Ravelry as it's certainly some kind of infringement.
General Patton certainly disapproves.
I'm going to a 3-year-old birthday party today and thought I'd buy the little guy something from his favorite movie.
"What are you, new here?" I scolded myself yesterday afternoon. Jeez. Buy something. Hmph.
I used red, black, white, and blue Berroco Vintage Chunky and this pattern's numbers and cast on for an earflap hat. I Googled images for this character, who shall remain nameless except that when you google images of him you get a lot of that sneering 1970s tough guy, and started knitting.
I doctored the pattern in that I knit the intarsia windshield portion flat and only joined to knit in the round for the crown of the hat. Probably didn't even need to do that since the seam is pretty unobtrusive as it is.
I like this pattern's method of attaching earflaps better than the one I used for my hatapaloosa last winter -- these are applied and there's no question of icky stretched out stitches or miscalculating the row count so you have to purl the whole brim to get it to be garter stitch. Easy peasy.
Four hours later, with time out for a sushi dinner with hubster, I had a hat. I'd have to say that the hardest part (read that the part I had to do over and over) was getting the eyeballs in the right place. I chain stitched them but nesting blue and black buttons would have been easier. Well, easier if you didn't have to scour seven stores for the right nesting blue and black buttons which was what I was afraid I'd have to do if I went that route. Wish I had a giant button jar like several people I know...
Oh, fer Pete's sake, GP! Look at that scowl!
Hubster says it's because he's sick of modeling ear flap hats and infinity cowls. Tough duty, dude.