1. Humphrey Bogart, "Casablanca" (1942): His traditional trench flaps in the wind on the stormy night when he does the gallant thing and sends Ingrid Bergman on her way.

2. Audrey Hepburn, "Breakfast at Tiffany's" (1961): Panicky after throwing her beloved cat out of a taxi on a rainy New York night, she runs out to look for her pet in a classic trench.

3. Robert Mitchum, "Out of the Past" (1947): As a drifter with a dark past, he wears a wrinkled raincoat that looks as if he sleeps in it.

4. Peter Sellers, "The Pink Panther" (1963): His trench coat is intended to make Inspector Clouseau look like a serious investigator, but it becomes a comic prop.

5. Dana Andrews, "Laura" (1944): He makes a convincing detective, and his trench gives off don't-mess-with-me vibes.

6. Meryl Streep, "The Devil Wears Prada" (2006): Forget Prada. She wears Donna Karan, an elegant white trench that matches her hair.

7. Jack Lemmon, "The Apartment" (1960): He walks the streets of New York late at night in his trench coat after lending his apartment to his bosses for assignations.

8. Marilyn Monroe, "Let's Make Love" (1960): Wrapped around her, the trench suddenly has sex appeal. She makes you wonder what's under it.

9. Doris Day, "Midnight Lace" (1960): In a color-coordinated moment, someone tries to push her, clad in a red raincoat, under a red bus.

10. Denzel Washington, "Training Day" (2001): As a corrupt LAPD detective, he dons a full-length black leather coat. This is the movies, where leather trenches are worn by bad guys.