Welcome to Part two of our focus on famous hats from the movies, specifically Disney's millinery archives, which also includes hat, caps and helmets from their other film divisions, Touchstone Pictures and Miramax Films.
First up for today is the leather flight helmet and goggles worn by Ben Affleck as 'Captain Rafe McCawley' in 2001's World War II drama, Pearl Harbor.
Ben Affleck's flight helmet and goggles from Pearl Harbor
Pearl Harbor movie poster
Next is a very famous hat, the leather tricorn hat worn by Johnny Depp as 'Captain Jack Sparrow' in the 2006 sequel based on the popular Walt Disney World theme park ride, Pirates of the Carribbean: Dead Man's Chest.
To the left of his hat is one worn by Keira Knightley as 'Elizabeth Swann' in the third installment of the franchise, At World's End, plus a chinese monkey hat worn by 'Jack the Monkey' in the same film.
Pirates of the Caribbean movie hats
Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End movie poster
Beside the chinese monkey hat is the feathered pirate hat worn by Geoffrey Rush as 'Captain Hector Barbossa' in the first movie, The Curse of the Black Pearl.
Captain Barbossa pirate hat
Famous hats from Disney movies
On the shelf below on the far left is the leather cap worn by Leonardo DiCaprio as 'Amsterdam Vallon' in Gangs of New York, Dick Tracy's 1930's fedora and Santa Claus famous red bobble hat.
Here is Dick Tracy's trademark fedora hat worn by Warren Beatty in the 1990 film version of the 1930's mob fighting comic-strip character.
Dick Tracy fedora hat worn by Warren Beatty
Dick Tracy movie poster
Next up is the red Santa hat worn by Tim Allen in 1994's comedy, The Santa Clause.
Santa's Hat worn by Tim Allen
The Santa Clause movie poster
Next is a tricorn hat worn by the Daughters of the Buccaneers in 1968's hilarious Blackbeard's Ghost.
Pirate hat from Blackbeard's Ghost
Blackbeard's Ghost movie poster
Also included in the archive exhibit were two crowns featured in The Princess Diaries 2: Royal Engagement movie and worn by Anne Hathaway as 'Mia Thermopolis'.
Ornate crowns worn in The Princess Diaries 2
The Princess Diaries 2: Royal Engagement movie poster
From royalty to cowboys of Arabia of 1890, these next hats are from 2004's Hidalgo.
First up is 'Frank Hopkins' cowboy hat as worn by Viggo Mortensen in the movie and secondly is a ladies hat worn by Louise Lombard as 'Lady Anne Davenport'.
Viggo Mortensen's cowboy hat from Hidalgo
Louise Lombard's ladies hat from Hidalgo
Hidalgo movie poster
Keeping to the cowboy theme, but around 100 years later, is this cowboy hat worn by Tommy Lee Jones as 'Sheriff Ed Tom Bell' in 2007's rural Texas thriller, No Country for Old Men.
Cowboy hat worn by Tommy Lee Jones
No Country for Old Men movie poster
On a lighter note, this is drama queen 'Sharpay Evans' hat from the 2007 Disney Channel TV movie, High School Musical 2, as worn by Ashley Tisdale.
Sharpay's hat from High School Musical 2
High School Musical 2 movie poster
This next creation in black, is the hat and veil worn by Glenn Close as the evil 'Cruella de Vil' in the live-action sequel, 102 Dalmations.
Cruella de Vil hat from 102 Dalmatians
102 Dalmatians movie poster
This top hat was worn by Robin Williams as 'Professor Philip Brainard' in the 1997 family comedy Flubber.
Robin Williams top hat in Flubber
Flubber movie poster
Next up, this interesting straw island hat was worn by Dick Van Dyke as the titular star in the Lt. Robin Crusoe, U.S.N. movie from 1966.
Island hat from Lt. Robin Crusoe U.S.N.
Lt. Robin Crusoe, U.S.N. movie poster
Dennis Quaid's wore this baseball cap in 2002's The Rookie, where he starred as Texas school baseball coach 'Jimmy Morris' who makes it to the professional baseball league in this sports movie based on a true story.
Dennis Quaid's baseball cap from The Rookie
The Rookie movie poster
And finally, here is a fun cap from the Disney classic Davy Crockett, King of the Wild Frontier. This coonskin cap was worn by Fess Parker as the titular 'Davy Crockett'.
Davy Crockett's coonskin cap
Davy Crockett, King of the Wild Frontier movie poster
I hope you've enjoyed this wide variety of hats from recent and classic movies, all of them were photographed at the Walt Disney Studios in Burbank, California on May 7, 2010.