Bryanston Distributing Company / courtesy Everett Collection
He wasn't quite as enthusiastic about it as Spacek, though, as he only had one costume to wear. In Stefan Jaworzyn's book, The Texas Chain Saw Massacre Companion, Hansen was quoted as saying, "It was 95, 100 degrees every day during filming. They wouldn't wash my costume because they were worried that the laundry might lose it, or that it would change color. They didn't have enough money for a second costume. So I wore that [mask] 12 to 16 hours a day, seven days a week, for a month."