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5th Jul '16 10:10:12 PM aishwarya
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* Evoked by Sir Creator/MichaelRedgrave to take revenge on fellow actor Geoffrey Edwards. Redgrave was playing Horatio to Edwards' Hamlet, and was required to grieve while cradling Hamlet's body. Always able to cry on cue, Redgrave turned on the waterworks so that rkAndHandsome: In the 1930s and 1940s, he frequently played heroes who typify this trope - see Gilbert Redman in ''Film/TheLadyVanishes'', David Charleston in ''Thunder Rock'', or Mark Lamphere in ''Film/SecretBeyondTheDoor''.
* WhatTheHellIsThatAccent: Unusually for the time, Redgrave conscientiously attempted to change his accent as the role demanded. That said, he struggled to emulate the authentic Geordie accent for his role as a miner from Northumberland in ''The Stars Look Down'', and only managed a generic northern accent.
** By his own admission, he was irked by his failure to capture the Lancashire accent in the 1964 stage production of ''Hobson's Choice''.
* YourMakeUpIsRunning: Redgrave evoked this trope to take revenge on fellow actor Geoffrey Edwards during a production of ''Theatre/{{Hamlet}}'' (Liverpool Playhouse, 1935). Redgrave was playing Horatio to Edwards' Hamlet, and was required to grieve while cradling Hamlet's body. Always able to cry on cue, Redgrave turned on the waterworks so that "a large splash of warm mascara fell on Hamlet's chin."

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* Evoked by Sir Creator/MichaelRedgrave to take revenge on fellow actor Geoffrey Edwards. Redgrave was playing Horatio to Edwards' Hamlet, and was required to grieve while cradling Hamlet's body. Always able to cry on cue, Redgrave turned on the waterworks so that rkAndHandsome: In the 1930s and 1940s, he frequently played heroes who typify this trope - see Gilbert Redman in ''Film/TheLadyVanishes'', David Charleston in ''Thunder Rock'', or Mark Lamphere in ''Film/SecretBeyondTheDoor''. \n* WhatTheHellIsThatAccent: Unusually for the time, Redgrave conscientiously attempted to change his accent as the role demanded. That said, he struggled to emulate the authentic Geordie accent for his role as a miner from Northumberland in ''The Stars Look Down'', and only managed a generic northern accent. \n** By his own admission, he was irked by his failure to capture the Lancashire accent in the 1964 stage production of ''Hobson's Choice''.\n* YourMakeUpIsRunning: Redgrave evoked this trope to take revenge on fellow actor Geoffrey Edwards during a production of ''Theatre/{{Hamlet}}'' (Liverpool Playhouse, 1935). Redgrave was playing Horatio to Edwards' Hamlet, and was required to grieve while cradling Hamlet's body. Always able to cry on cue, Redgrave turned on the waterworks so that "a large splash of warm mascara fell on Hamlet's chin."
5th Jul '16 10:07:44 PM aishwarya
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* Evoked by Sir Creator/MichaelRedgrave to take revenge on a fellow actor. Redgrave was playing Horatio to the other actor's Hamlet, and was required to grieve while cradling Hamlet's body. Always able to cry on cue, Redgrave turned on the waterworks so that his mascara splashed on the other actor's chin.

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* Evoked by Sir Creator/MichaelRedgrave to take revenge on a fellow actor. actor Geoffrey Edwards. Redgrave was playing Horatio to the other actor's Edwards' Hamlet, and was required to grieve while cradling Hamlet's body. Always able to cry on cue, Redgrave turned on the waterworks so that rkAndHandsome: In the 1930s and 1940s, he frequently played heroes who typify this trope - see Gilbert Redman in ''Film/TheLadyVanishes'', David Charleston in ''Thunder Rock'', or Mark Lamphere in ''Film/SecretBeyondTheDoor''.
* WhatTheHellIsThatAccent: Unusually for the time, Redgrave conscientiously attempted to change
his accent as the role demanded. That said, he struggled to emulate the authentic Geordie accent for his role as a miner from Northumberland in ''The Stars Look Down'', and only managed a generic northern accent.
** By his own admission, he was irked by his failure to capture the Lancashire accent in the 1964 stage production of ''Hobson's Choice''.
* YourMakeUpIsRunning: Redgrave evoked this trope to take revenge on fellow actor Geoffrey Edwards during a production of ''Theatre/{{Hamlet}}'' (Liverpool Playhouse, 1935). Redgrave was playing Horatio to Edwards' Hamlet, and was required to grieve while cradling Hamlet's body. Always able to cry on cue, Redgrave turned on the waterworks so that "a large splash of warm
mascara splashed fell on the other actor's chin. Hamlet's chin."
5th Jul '16 5:39:52 AM aishwarya
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* Evoked by Sir Creator/MichaelRedgrave to take revenge on a fellow actor. Redgrave was playing Horatio to the other actor's Hamlet, and was required to grieve while cradling Hamlet's body. Always able to cry on cue, Redgrave turned on the waterworks so that his mascara splashed on the other actor's chin.
17th Apr '16 11:44:54 PM aye_amber
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* On ''Series/That70sShow'', Jackie puts makeup on Kelso to give him the "androgynous DavidBowie look", only to have it go wrong.

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* On ''Series/That70sShow'', Jackie puts makeup on Kelso to give him the "androgynous DavidBowie Music/DavidBowie look", only to have it go wrong.
15th Mar '16 4:23:30 PM ObsidianFire
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* In ''Manga/PrincessJellyfish'', this happens to Tsukimi several times after [[WholesomeCrossdresser Kuranosuke]] dolls her up, though the second time it winds up being averted [[GenreSavvy since he used waterproof mascara]], a fact he comments on.

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* In ''Manga/PrincessJellyfish'', this happens to Tsukimi several times after [[WholesomeCrossdresser Kuranosuke]] dolls her up, though the second time it winds up being averted [[GenreSavvy since he used waterproof mascara]], mascara, a fact he comments on.
24th Feb '16 4:03:05 AM erforce
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* Lola in ''Film/TheTransporter 2'' and Valentina in the second half of ''3''.

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* Lola in ''Film/TheTransporter 2'' ''Film/{{Transporter 2}}'' and Valentina in the second half of ''3''.''Film/{{Transporter 3}}''.
17th Feb '16 10:33:56 AM Katsuhagi
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* In Creator/NeilGaiman's ''Literature/{{Neverwhere}}'', during the ordeal, the Jessica cries so that her make-up runs.

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* In Creator/NeilGaiman's ''Literature/{{Neverwhere}}'', during the ordeal, the her ordeal Jessica cries so that her make-up runs.
17th Feb '16 10:17:21 AM Rotide
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* During a crossover with WebVideo/JesuOtaku, WebVideo/TheNostalgiaCritic is puzzled after she has running makeup crying over characters from ''Anime/DigimonTheMovie''.

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* During a crossover with WebVideo/JesuOtaku, WebVideo/TheNostalgiaCritic is puzzled after she he has running makeup crying over characters from ''Anime/DigimonTheMovie''.
31st Jan '16 11:50:43 AM StFan
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* In ''PrincessJellyfish'', this happens to Tsukimi several times after [[WholesomeCrossdresser Kuranosuke]] dolls her up, though the second time it winds up being averted [[GenreSavvy since he used waterproof mascara]], a fact he comments on.

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* In ''PrincessJellyfish'', ''Manga/PrincessJellyfish'', this happens to Tsukimi several times after [[WholesomeCrossdresser Kuranosuke]] dolls her up, though the second time it winds up being averted [[GenreSavvy since he used waterproof mascara]], a fact he comments on.
7th Jan '16 10:50:40 AM elaby
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* Played straight in "Series/{{Vikings}}". Floki wears kohl around his eyes, and it runs (to great effect) when [[spoiler: he's sitting by Torstein's body]] early in the third season.

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* Played straight in "Series/{{Vikings}}".''Series/{{Vikings}}''. Floki wears kohl around his eyes, and it runs (to great effect) when [[spoiler: he's sitting by Torstein's body]] early in the third season.
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