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  • bhurst

    How could you forget chris costa and chuck norris?!

    • Anonymous

      Chuck Norris’ stache is so tough it couldn’t be photo-shopped off.

  • Randy

    Groucho looks like Bob Sagget with no stache.

    • Shell

      So true, nice call.

    • Haha. I absolutely agree. For a second I thought it was Saget.

      Great post!

    • Danielle

      Thought the same thing. Wonder if they’re related through some distant relative or something.

    • Presidentman44

      Or Franklin D. Roosevelt with a cigar.

  • Bryan

    Interesting and funny list. I almost wouldn’t recognize Hitler without his mustache. If you take out his forehead and hairline as well, I think you could trick some people. Nobody in history has ruined a fashion style more than Hitler and his thin stash.

    • Elizabeth

      He didn’t ruin it. He actually had a different mustache during WWI, but when his friend was killed, he changed it to the one his friend had.

  • jason stone

    all of the iconic people on this list, and i didn’t think chuck norris would have been on this list because it just isn’t that full and with him it’s the full face of hair that made him intimidating….ron jeremy would have been a ecent choice…cuz who doesn’t know by now who ron jeremy is..but ned flanders as number one???..completely unnecessary and should have never even been in the thought process as einstein and hitler…completely ruined this much of a gamer as i am…i wasn’t happy that mario was on here either…should have stuck to real people

    • Jim Ribs

      lighten up bro.

  • Brian

    And no Sam Elliott? For shame!

  • Ever wonder how Rudyard Kipling, Mark Twain and Friedrich Nietzsche would look without ‘staches?

  • timmy the dying boy

    Ha! Hitler looks like Moe! You know, the Stooge.

  • thelamest(dot)com

    dali looks like basil faulty

  • Caity

    Che Guevara was not Cuban, he was from Argentina

    • Jabroney

      not to mention that he was a douche that executed families that didn’t agree with him – kids, grandparents, the works. Idolizing this guy is almost the same as idolizing Pol Pot

      • Ghadeer

        Read up, Jabroney.

  • Ghadeer
  • Joe

    Hitler turns into Bill Belichick.

  • Jed Tudah

    What about the Mythbusters Jamie Hyneman?

  • Singapura

    No Stalin, no Sadam?

  • anon

    Seriously, a character from the simpsons on nr. 1? C’mon now, it almost makes me think that you are being plain lazy.

  • troll

    these are totally shopped! i can tell from the pixels.

    • lind


  • Jim

    You take the mustache away from Chaplin, put him in a regular suit and he looks an awful lot like Harold Lloyd – the one contemporary who was arguably his equal and perhaps the better comedian so Charlie needed the stache as a symbol of difference.

    My grandfather was a friend of My Lloyd and said it was a shame he lost interest in the film industry and had no interest in preserving his heritage while Mr Chaplain on the other hand made sure his movies were saved so the people of their children’s and grandchildren’s day know all about the Lilttle Tramp but not Harold Lloyd and what is not preserved is the fact of the disdain in which Chaplain was held by his contemporaries for his escapades with little girls – he was a fine artist but let himself go wild too often. The Communism was an affectation held by quite a few Hollywood elites who didn’t know any better so not a big deal

    • Sally

      I disagree, anyone with a mild interest in silent film knows who Harold Lloyd is. & personally (being a silent film fan) I believe Chaplin’s biggest rival would be Buster Keaton.
      I suppose there is a slight resemblance, but you’re forgetting that although Chaplin had the mustache, Lloyd had the glasses.
      & you sound rather angry that Chaplin preserved his films. I find the films hilarious and heartwarming and am glad that I can watch many of them. Although I do agree that it’s disappointing that Lloyd’s films are a little harder to find.

  • xcvc

    Freddie Mercury!!!!

    • Jim Ribs


  • How did you miss Stalin in a list of ‘staches? Was it simply because he never didn’t have one, even in his childhood, and thus, you couldn’t find a picture?

  • Geena

    I am not a huge fan of men with moustaches (a goatee is a different story) Tom Selleck looks great either way and so does Burt Reynolds. I think in both their cases, they don’t need moustaches but it gives them character. Hitler isn’t bad looking and would be an average looking joe without the moustache. One thing is for certain, even a thin moustache can change someone’s appearance.

  • LunaSelenArtemis

    Ladies you are missing out MEN WITH MUSTACHES ARE HOTTTT!!!!
    Tom Selleck, Omar Sharif, Burt Reynolds, and even though they aren’t real, Mario and Luigi and Ned Flanders are all super Sexy. Mustaches are manly. Clean-shaven is not!

  • Mike S.

    Nobody mentioned Eddie Murphy.

  • Alexander

    Guevara didn’t have cuban roots, nor his stache. He was the worst mass murderer ever born in my country: Argentina. Have you read his books? he HATED black people with a passion, was a socialist just like Hitler, but he didn’t work behind the scenes like the nazi bastard did, he shot gagged innocent people himself. Read his diaries, please, you’ll find that he found extreme pleasure in killing, and bashing and beating his peruvian wife because of her native american descent and her ugly looks. A charming man…

  • Jack

    I think Hitler could have gone into his bunker, shaved his mustache, and walked right on by the Allied forces unnoticed.