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25th Jul '17 5:34:21 PM jormis29
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* ''Film/{{Passengers}}'': Jim grows one after spending a year alone in the Avalon.

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* ''Film/{{Passengers}}'': ''Film/{{Passengers|2016}}'': Jim grows one after spending a year alone in the Avalon.
5th Jul '17 11:41:30 PM FurryKef
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** After the disastrous battle of the Teutoburg Forest, the Roman Emperor Augustus had a breakdown, letting his beard grow, banging his head against the walls, and shouting "Quintilius Varus, give me back my legions!" Varus had led the 17th, 18th and 19th Roman legions, all of which were destroyed by German troops; Varus himself fell on his sword to avoid capture and execution.

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** After the disastrous battle of the Teutoburg Forest, the Roman Emperor Augustus had a breakdown, letting his beard grow, banging his head against the walls, and shouting "Quintilius "Quinctilius Varus, give me back my legions!" Varus had led the 17th, 18th and 19th Roman legions, all of which were destroyed by German troops; Varus himself fell on his sword to avoid capture and execution.



* Kaiser Wilhelm II grew a beard during his exile in the Netherlands. There are very few potos of him during this period, so that's why the Kaiser Beard is not nearly as famous as the Kaiser Moustache.

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* Kaiser Wilhelm II grew a beard during his exile in the Netherlands. There are very few potos photos of him during this period, so that's why the Kaiser Beard is not nearly as famous as the Kaiser Moustache.
2nd Jul '17 10:05:50 AM nombretomado
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* ''[[JohnLeCarre The Spy Who Came In From The Cold]]'''s main character acquires one as he becomes an alcoholic as part of his cover to become a ReverseMole.

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* ''[[JohnLeCarre The Spy Who Came In From The Cold]]'''s ''Film/TheSpyWhoCameInFromTheCold'''s main character acquires one as he becomes an alcoholic as part of his cover to become a ReverseMole.
22nd Jun '17 7:42:56 PM Qrow
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* ''WebAnimation/{{RWBY}}'': The first time we see [[FourStarBadass General]] [[ReasonableAuthorityFigure Irownwood]] after the cast-wide TraumaCongaLine that was Volume 3, he's grown stubble and a goatee, conflicting with the immaculate appearance he had in all past Volumes, due to the stress and grief that resulted.
11th Jun '17 10:25:59 PM Nadim
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*''Film/{{Passengers}}'': Jim grows one after spending a year alone in the Avalon.
10th Jun '17 1:21:51 PM comicwriter
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* In ''Film/{{Logan}}'' Logan sports a full beard for the majority of the film after [[spoiler: the deaths of many of the X-Men and the dissolution of the team]]. Professor X has one as well, [[spoiler: as he's losing his mental faculties and was accidentally responsible for the aforementioned incident that claimed the lives of his pupils]].

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* In ''Film/{{Logan}}'' ''Film/{{Logan}}'', Logan sports a full beard for the majority of the film after [[spoiler: the deaths of many of the X-Men and the dissolution of the team]]. Professor X has one as well, [[spoiler: as he's losing his mental faculties and was accidentally responsible for the aforementioned incident that claimed the lives of his pupils]].
10th Jun '17 1:21:35 PM comicwriter
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* In ''Film/{{Logan}}'' Logan sports a full beard for the majority of the film after [[spoiler: the deaths of many of the X-Men and the dissolution of the team]]. Professor X has one as well, [[spoiler: as he's losing his mental faculties and was accidentally responsible for the aforementioned incident that claimed the lives of his pupils]].
18th May '17 10:18:15 AM Vir
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* In ''WesternAnimation/SamuraiJack'', by the time Season 5 begins, Jack has grown a very long bear and doesn't even tie his hair anymore. After 50 years of wandering the future searching for a way back to his timeline without [[TheAgeless physically aging]] and [[spoiler:losing his sword - the one thing capable of destroying the BigBad]], he is consumed with grief and despair going as far as to hallucinate with a SplitPersonality that tries to convince him to [[DrivenToSuicide put them out of their misery]].

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* In ''WesternAnimation/SamuraiJack'', by the time Season 5 begins, Jack has grown a very long bear beard and doesn't even tie his hair anymore. After 50 years of wandering the future searching for a way back to his timeline without [[TheAgeless physically aging]] and [[spoiler:losing his sword - the one thing capable of destroying the BigBad]], he is consumed with grief and despair going as far as to hallucinate with a SplitPersonality that tries to convince him to [[DrivenToSuicide put them out of their misery]].
11th May '17 3:53:46 AM GottamsReckoning
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* ''Film/BlueRuin'': Dwight sports an impressive hobo beard, but it turns out that he's a hobo because he's unable to deal with the brutal murder of his parents, so his beard is a direct result of his sorrow.



* The old Zero Mustafa in ''Film/TheGrandBudapestHotel''. Zero was much more active in his youth days and used to paint a thin moustache with a pencil. As an older man, he is much more melancholic and lonelier, grieving [[spoiler:the premature deaths of his wife and baby son]].



* In ''Film/{{Intouchables}}'', the paraplegic Philippe grows one after sending Driss away, his stay-home-nurse and friend, so that Driss can take care of his family again.



* In ''Film/MrMom'', Jack Butler grows one when he realizes he's going to be stuck watching over the kids and the house for a while as his wife goes off to work. He shaves it after he has his SoapWithinAShow dream.



* In ''Film/MrMom'', Jack Butler grows one when he realizes he's going to be stuck watching over the kids and the house for a while as his wife goes off to work. He shaves it after he has his SoapWithinAShow dream.
* ''Film/BlueRuin'': Dwight sports an impressive hobo beard, but it turns out that he's a hobo because he's unable to deal with the brutal murder of his parents, so his beard is a direct result of his sorrow.
* In ''Film/{{Intouchables}}'', the paraplegic Philipe grows one after sending Driss away, his stay-home-nurse and friend, so that Driss can take care of his family again.
9th May '17 6:21:37 AM jamespolk
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* ''Film/ApurSansar'': After his wife dies the formerly fresh-faced Apu stops shaving. He has quite the scraggly beard by the end.
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