There are three things that Dr Henry 'Indiana' Jones Junior is never seen without. One is his leather manbag, for the stowage of all manner of ancient loot. The second is his bullwhip, for the whipping of bulls, natives, local baddies and assorted Nazis. And the third is his ageing brown hat. Weatherbeaten, faded and a touch crumpled. But faithful to the end. Now you may add the genius and authenticity of Indy's very own sartorial style to your own costume collection in plenty of time for Hallowe'en, for the price of just a few pounds sterling. Then simply serve with a side order of fried monkey brains. Officially licensed from the people who brought you Indiana Jones 1, 2 and 3 - and cunningly released to coincide with the 4th in the series - the hat is best seen atop a period barnet. Scruffy modern hair just won't do. So please sort yourself out with a swift short back and sides (and maybe a side parting). Invest in some Bryllcream. Then wear with pride. And, just in case you were in any doubt as to the authenticity and veracity of said item - and particularly to satisfy the demands of our American cousins - the hat even comes complete with the words 'Indiana Jones' in fat yellow letters. There. So now you know.