Whether you call it a lip rug, a misplaced eyebrow, a soup strainer, dental drapes, whiskers or just a plain old mo everyone can appreciate a good bit of facial here. With Movember quickly coming to a close, we look back at some of the most iconic moustaches of all time.
HERCULE POIROT – MURDER ON THE ORIENT EXPRESS
Let’s start with the man himself and that piece of moustache art Kenneth Branagh calls Poirot’s ‘superpower’.
RON BURGANDY – ANCHORMAN
The suavest stashe of the early ‘00s was kind of a big deal.
RON SWANSON – PARKS AND RECREATION
Seeing Nick Offerman without his signature stashe is like seeing a dog walk on its hind legs. It could happen, but it shouldn’t.
LANDO CARLISSIAN – STAR WARS: THE EMPIRE STRIKES BACK
A traitorous tashe is ever there was one!
JULES WINNFIELD – PULP FICTION
A set of handlebars for that rollercoaster of a perm.
CAPTAIN HOOK – HOOK
Before he was Lucius Malfoy, Jason Isaacs was Peter Pan’s archnemesis, complete with the twirliest tasche that ever was.
JONAH JAMESON – SPIDER-MAN
So iconic, J.K. Simmons hasn’t be recast in two reboots.
GANDALF – LORD OF THE RINGS/THE HOBBIT
It’s hard to tell where the stash ends and the beard begins, so we’ll give points for both.
MARIO & LUIGI
A pair of animated Italian plumbers repping the hairy caterpillars for over three decades.
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