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24th Jun '17 6:53:37 PM nombretomado
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* Though it's also [[BeardOfEvil villainous]], the moustache of [[DudleyDoright Snidely Whiplash]] is one of the most iconic in western animation.

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* Though it's also [[BeardOfEvil villainous]], the moustache of [[DudleyDoright [[WesternAnimation/DudleyDoright Snidely Whiplash]] is one of the most iconic in western animation.
18th Jun '17 7:18:50 PM M84
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** Some artwork depicts Rogal Dorn, Primarch of the Imperial Fists, with an impressive mustache complete with muttonchops.
13th May '17 10:45:25 AM nombretomado
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* Ironically, despite having a style of moustache ''named'' after him due to depictions in movie adaptations and even novel cover illustrations, FuManchu had no moustache; he was explicitly described as clean shaven in the original novels, which was necessary for the makeup he used as a MasterOfDisguise.

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* Ironically, despite having a style of moustache ''named'' after him due to depictions in movie adaptations and even novel cover illustrations, FuManchu Literature/FuManchu had no moustache; he was explicitly described as clean shaven in the original novels, which was necessary for the makeup he used as a MasterOfDisguise.



* UsefulNotes/GenghisKhan is often depicted with a FuManchu moustache; whether or not he actually had one is debatable.

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* UsefulNotes/GenghisKhan is often depicted with a FuManchu Literature/FuManchu moustache; whether or not he actually had one is debatable.
11th May '17 4:29:17 AM morenohijazo
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* Inverted in ''ComicBook/{{Superlopez}}''. López's mustache is pretty commonplace among Spaniards from older generations. So, at least to Spanish readers, instead of badass, it makes him look more down to earth, and even old-fashioned.

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* Inverted in ''ComicBook/{{Superlopez}}''. López's mustache is pretty commonplace among everyman Spaniards from older generations. So, at least to Spanish readers, instead of badass, it makes him look more down to earth, and it's a distinctly un-heroic, even old-fashioned.old-fashioned trait.
9th May '17 11:24:56 AM Premonition45
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** From 1990, 5-time ''Jeopardy!'' champion [[http://www.j-archive.com/showplayer.php?player_id=262 Frank Spangenberg]], who won $102,597 in his 5 games, with a record-setting $30,600 in his last game, making him the top regular game winner in the pre-doubled era (1984-2001)[[note]]But even adjusted to present scoring, his record still stands among 5-time champions.[[/note]].

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** From 1990, 5-time ''Jeopardy!'' champion [[http://www.j-archive.com/showplayer.php?player_id=262 Frank Spangenberg]], who won $102,597 in his 5 games, with a record-setting $30,600 in his last game, making him the top regular game winner in the pre-doubled era (1984-2001)[[note]]But even adjusted to present scoring, his record still stands among 5-time champions.[[/note]].[[/note]], and won the 1993 Tenth Anniversary Tournament.
** From 1992, 5-time champion Jerome Vered, who won $96,801, the second-highest total from the pre-doubled era after Spangenberg's, and shattered Frank's 1-day record by winning $34,000 in his 4th game. He finished third at both the 1992 Tournament of Champions and the 2005 Ultimate Tournament of Champions ([[UltimateShowdownOfUltimateDestiny where he and Frank finally faced one another in the Round 4 semifinals]]).
23rd Apr '17 4:00:22 PM nombretomado
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* Most characters played by TomSelleck:

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* Most characters played by TomSelleck:Creator/TomSelleck:
8th Apr '17 8:58:07 AM nombretomado
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* [[TheVonTropeFamily Von Kaiser]] from ''PunchOut''. Soda Popinski, too, to a lesser extent. Also Bald Bull.

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* [[TheVonTropeFamily Von Kaiser]] from ''PunchOut''.''VideoGame/PunchOut''. Soda Popinski, too, to a lesser extent. Also Bald Bull.
6th Apr '17 6:11:02 PM Andyroid
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* WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes: Yosemite Sam, arguably the best example of this trope, except for the fact that he is easily defeated by a rabbit.

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Yosemite Sam, arguably the best example of this trope, except for the fact that he is easily defeated by a rabbit. rabbit.
** The Mighty Angelo, the world's strongest flea, from the short "To Itch His Own". Anytime he goes to do something badass, his mustache uncurls itself.



* The Mighty Angelo, the world's strongest flea, from the Warner Bros. short ''To Itch His Own''. Anytime he goes to do something badass, his moustache uncurls itself.
* An episode of ''WesternAnimation/JimmyTwoShoes'' centered around Jimmy wanting to grow a moustache because of this group. The Colonel Gnoman wears one normally.

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* The Mighty Angelo, the world's strongest flea, from the Warner Bros. short ''To Itch His Own''. Anytime he goes to do something badass, his moustache uncurls itself.
* An episode of ''WesternAnimation/JimmyTwoShoes'' centered around Jimmy wanting to grow a moustache mustache because of this group. The Colonel Gnoman wears one normally.



** A later episode, "Call of the Cutie", features a briefly shown male pony with some impressive mutton-chops, in addition to a CarpetOfVirility. How facial or chest hair work on a being with a full-body coat doesn't bear thinking about.
** In the "Super Speedy Cider Squeezy 6000" episode a duo of cider-making ponies known as the "Flim Flam Brothers" appear in Ponyville. Flam sports a small but impressive moustache.
** Sheriff Silverstar in "Over a Barrel" has one.

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** A later episode, "Call of the Cutie", features a briefly shown male pony with some impressive mutton-chops, in addition to a CarpetOfVirility. How facial or chest hair work on a being with a full-body coat doesn't bear thinking about.
about (though some real-life horse breeds ''can'' grow beards and mustaches).
** In the "Super Speedy Cider Squeezy 6000" episode episode, a duo of cider-making shyster ponies known as the "Flim Flam Brothers" Flim-Flam Brothers appear in Ponyville. Flam sports a small but impressive moustache.
** Sheriff Silverstar in "Over a Barrel" has one.an impressive mustache.
27th Mar '17 6:23:53 AM Adept
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* PawDugan had one in his earlier videos.

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* PawDugan WebVideo/PawDugan had one in his earlier videos.
23rd Mar '17 1:18:55 AM AgentTasmania
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** From ''VideoGame/ModernWarfare2'' we have General Shepherd, who manages to single-handedly take on two highly-trained opponents in unarmed combat (and very nearly win), as well as [[spoiler:being the BigBad responsible for nearly ''all'' the major events that occur within the game, including the invasion of the United States.]]

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** From ''VideoGame/ModernWarfare2'' we have General Shepherd, who manages to single-handedly take on two highly-trained opponents SAS Commandos at least 15 years his junior in unarmed combat (and very nearly win), as well as [[spoiler:being the BigBad responsible for nearly ''all'' the major events that occur within the game, including the invasion of the United States.]]
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