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  1. The $20 Sommelier at |

    General Ambrose Burnside. He's the namesake for the sideburn, but his "moustache" went from his hair line down and to his upper lip….and was thicker than most full beards.

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  2. terry bigham at |

    Writers Rudyard Kipling and Friedrich Nietzsche were renowned for their "walrus" mustaches. And the "pencil" mustache was popular for a time, thanks to such celebs as Ronald Colman and Errol Flynn.

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  3. Op at |

    Can't include Tom Selleck without Burt Reynolds. How about Hercule Poirot?

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  4. Bastian at |

    Freddie Mercury?

    Theodore Roosevelt?

    Wilford Brimley?

    Cheech Marin?

    …Mario Mario and/or Luigi Mario?!

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  5. Josh at |

    WHAT!?!? NO GERALDO RIVERA!?!?! C'mon man, the guy cracked open Al Capone's vault and you know what he found? Nothing. The look on his mustached face was priceless.

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  6. Mark at |

    Lanny McDonald

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  7. yep at |

    i second the lanny

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  8. Trevor at |

    What? Dr. Robotnik/Eggman wasn't on the list?

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  9. Hans at |

    No Stalin?

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  10. chadwicktron at |

    Frank Zappa?

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    1. Peter Boucher at |

      Frank Zappa : RIGHT ON !!!!! Inever would have thought of that. Kudos to you.

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  11. Chris at |

    Marlboro man!! I thought his moustache was always distinctive.

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  12. jamil at |

    Forgot about hall and oates john oates mustache is amazing

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  13. Flora at |

    THEY FORGOT ABOUT CHUCK NORRIS!

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  14. coral b at |

    please tell me the name of a chef on tv that had a handlebar mustache?

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  15. Liver at |

    And a more modern runner up but still worthy mustache, Ron Swanson of Parks and Recreation.

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  16. Peter Boucher at |

    What about Clark Gable ???

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  17. Lili at |

    Hulk Hogan? General Sanders (KFC) ? Little Richard? Chuck Norris ?

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  18. Peter Boucher at |

    Rollie Fingers played for the Oakland A’s in the early 70’s under the eccentric owner Charles O. Finley. Finley told his players that if they had well groomed facial hair, he would award each player a $300 dollar bonus. Hence the reason for the facial hair on all of the players for that team (Catfish Hunter, Joe Rudi, Sal Bando, Gene Tenace, Vida Blue and of course Rollie). You mentioned that Rollie had an MVP and a Cy Young award, but don’t forget that he is also in the Baseball Hall of Fame and was the first relief pitcher to have had 300 saves in a career (341 total). Speaking of sports, an artist just recently died who had quite a mustache……..LeRoy Neiman.

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  19. anonymous at |

    Hahahaha, they look funny wiht their mustache.

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  20. ED at |

    I’m shocked that BJ Honeycutt from MASH isn’t on the list. What a ‘stash!

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