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24th Feb '18 7:15:50 PM MasterOfNERV
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* JP from ''{{Anime/REDLINE}}'' has a pompadour that, in reality, would collapse under its own weight.
* ''[[{{Anime/SpaceDandy}} Space Dandy]]'': The titular Dandy's pompadour is, well, dandy. And it's [[{{RecycledInSpace}} in space]], too!
31st Jan '18 8:26:29 AM Cryoclaste
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* [[http://profile.ak.fbcdn.net/hprofile-ak-snc4/50254_40232688710_441162_n.jpg Roger]], the skinny cat in the two ''OpenSeason'' sequels, looks like he has an off-center variant of this kind of moustache.

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* [[http://profile.ak.fbcdn.net/hprofile-ak-snc4/50254_40232688710_441162_n.jpg Roger]], the skinny cat in the two ''OpenSeason'' ''WesternAnimation/OpenSeason'' sequels, looks like he has an off-center variant of this kind of moustache.
12th Jan '18 9:03:28 PM erforce
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** ''Film/XMen'': Professor X.
** ''VideoGame/MaxPayne'': Max Payne.

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** ''Film/XMen'': ''Film/XMenFilmSeries'': Professor X.
** ''VideoGame/MaxPayne'': ''VideoGame/MaxPayne3'': Max Payne.
24th Dec '17 10:59:20 AM nombretomado
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By default {{Heroes}} tend towards clean shaves, whether it's because of artistic inertia or simple cultural popularity is up for grabs.[[note]]It is worth noting that the last United States President with any facial hair whatsoever is William Howard Taft, meaning our last century of Presidents has been clean-shaven.[[/note]] Sometimes movies made in countries or/of eras that are friendlier to facial hair have a higher number of heroes and extras with beards and moustaches, though it is still very common to find anachronistically clean shaven male main characters. A full, thick, and above all '''well trimmed''' beard is almost always a sign of the good guys (Dwarves, TheMentor, Santa, etc). You will never, ever see a good character with a [[YellowPeril Fu Manchu]] moustache, nor one with a pencil thin moustache, unless you are watching an ErrolFlynn movie, or in fact any movie from the 1930s or 40s. [[PermaStubble Stubbles]] are an exception, as they're usually a sign of {{Antihero}}ism and badassitude.

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By default {{Heroes}} tend towards clean shaves, whether it's because of artistic inertia or simple cultural popularity is up for grabs.[[note]]It is worth noting that the last United States President with any facial hair whatsoever is William Howard Taft, meaning our last century of Presidents has been clean-shaven.[[/note]] Sometimes movies made in countries or/of eras that are friendlier to facial hair have a higher number of heroes and extras with beards and moustaches, though it is still very common to find anachronistically clean shaven male main characters. A full, thick, and above all '''well trimmed''' beard is almost always a sign of the good guys (Dwarves, TheMentor, Santa, etc). You will never, ever see a good character with a [[YellowPeril Fu Manchu]] moustache, nor one with a pencil thin moustache, unless you are watching an ErrolFlynn Creator/ErrolFlynn movie, or in fact any movie from the 1930s or 40s. [[PermaStubble Stubbles]] are an exception, as they're usually a sign of {{Antihero}}ism and badassitude.
19th Dec '17 1:27:27 PM willowoftheriver
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* General Hux from ''Series/StarWars''.
9th Oct '17 7:10:47 PM PaulA
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* Schneider the CasanovaWannabe on ''Series/{{One Day at a Time|1974}}''.

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* Schneider the CasanovaWannabe on ''Series/{{One Day at a Time|1974}}''.
Time|1975}}''.
9th Oct '17 6:38:49 PM PaulA
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* Schneider on ''Series/OneDayAtATime''.

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* Schneider the CasanovaWannabe on ''Series/OneDayAtATime''.
''Series/{{One Day at a Time|1974}}''.
23rd Sep '17 1:57:20 PM PrincessGwen
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* Jerom from ''ComicBook/SuskeEnWiske'' (Spike and Suzy) has shaggy long(er) hair, and a beard, he's also a time-displaced caveman.

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* Jerom from ''ComicBook/SuskeEnWiske'' (Spike and Suzy) has shaggy long(er) hair, and a beard, he's beard. He's also a time-displaced caveman.



* Mr Bumpo, the ComicRelief roommate of the ''ComicBook/ThePunisher'' has mustache, making him look like a more obese version of Hardy.

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* Mr Bumpo, the ComicRelief roommate of the ''ComicBook/ThePunisher'' has a mustache, making him look like a more obese version of Hardy.
21st Sep '17 8:43:46 PM Monsund
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* The father of Suneo, one of the main characters in ''Anime/Doraemon'' has a toothbrush mustache which is actually edited out of the Disney XD localization!




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* Mr Bumpo, the ComicRelief roommate of the ''ComicBook/ThePunisher'' has mustache, making him look like a more obese version of Hardy.
8th Sep '17 4:17:42 PM bfunc
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** Ollie's goatee in its fullest glory was truly a thing to behold, as some artists would draw it long enough that it started to curl back up again at the end, and in extreme cases, made it actually ''fork'' into two distinct curls, one on each side.
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