The Chesterfield cigarettes were best known for Jean-Luc Godard’s 1960 movie À bout de souffle, in which the cigarette smeared by actress Jean Seberg is a Chesterfield. Once you order these cigarettes online, watch this movie to imitate the actor’s smoking.
Vittorio Gassman bought two packs of Chesterfield cigarettes in the film Il Sorpasso.
In Jack Clayton’s adaptation of The Great Gatsby in 1974, Gatsby (Robert Redford) splits the last Chesterfield from his backpack with Nick Carraway (Sam Waterston) as the two chat on Carraway’s veranda. Nick Carraway is a skinny-dressed F. Scott Fitzgerald in The Great Gatsby. Fitzgerald’s favorite cigarette was Chesterfield, so the scene is a close match. A good advertising factor to promote these cigarettes online, ah?

Jake Blues (John Belushi) smoked Chesterfield cigarettes in 1980’s The Blues Brothers. Shortly before the end of the scene at Bob Land Bunker, Jake is briefly spotted looking at a flattened and almost empty pack of Chesterfield cigarettes.
Chesterfields were smoked by Willie (John Lurie) and Eva (Eszter Balint) in the 1984 film Stranger Than Paradise by Jim Jarmusch.
In Jim Jarmusch’s film Stranger Than Paradise (1984), Chesterfield’s lead actors smoke and sometimes discuss where to buy them.

In the 1989 film Fratelli d’Italia [Jerry Calà] pulls a pack of Chesterfield Reds several times.
In Quentin Tarantino’s 1992 film “Reservoir Dogs,” White offers Mr. Ziehe a Chesterfield cigarette to reassure him. In another 1993 Tarantino movie True Romance, Clarence Worley’s father, Clifford, smokes a Chesterfield before his execution.
In the movie The Shawshank Redemption of 1994 Red (Morgan Freeman) is seen giving Heywood (William Sadler) a pack of Chesterfield cigarettes after losing the bet “Fresh Fish”. Heywood sniffs the cigarettes and says, “Yes, Richmond, Virginia.”
In the Coen brothers “The Man Who Was Not There,” the 1949 black and white neo-noir film, the main character is an unfiltered Chesterfield chain smoker.
In the Memoirs of a Geisha, she tells Sayuri that she only smokes Chesterfields after immersing her in World War II American soldier culture.