We have just started the month of November. November has become Movember over the past couple of years. It is the month in which men start off from clean shaven to try and grow the best moustache they can in support of men’s health issues like testicular and prostate cancer as well as mental health. One month to stop shaving their upper lip and grow something magnificent. Some men can grow impressive staches while others slink away in frustration.  Here are some of the best role models in regards to epic moustaches from film and television:

rhett butler10) Rhett Butler: Film – Gone With the Wind. The man was always looking his best even when he and Scarlett were going at it. Stylish southerner.

9) Groucho Marx: Films – Duck Soup, A Night at the Opera. A one-of-a-kind moustache. It became as much a part of his comedic act as did his cigar. Some might claim that he was cheating as he applied grease paint to the ends to fill it out but there are no rules so all is fair in love and lip caterpillars.

8) Ron Burgandy: Film – Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy, Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues. Full and bushy in that 70s way. It has to be the explanation for why he made as a news anchor as the guy was racist, sexist and fairly dumb.

7) Charlie Chaplin: Films – The Tramp, The Kid, etc. Known as a toothbrush moustache. Small black and rectangular. Chaplin kept it because he felt it helped his act and helped him hide his expressions. Too bad it also became associated with Hitler as Chaplin was the only one worthy enough to wear this look.

6) Hercule Poirot: Films – Murder on the Orient Express, Death on the Nile. No mystery why he is on this list.

5) Yosemite Sam: Show – The Bugs Bunny Show. You might hate this spitfire of a redhead if not for his glorious moustache. It covers his whole face except his nose. Now that’s coverage!

4) Thomas Magnum: Show – Magnum P.I. The iconic and luxurious stache sported by Tom Selleck in the show based in Hawaii. Can sum it up in one word: magnificent.

3) Bill “The Butcher” Cutting: Film – Gangs of New York. What else would expect than a memorable moustache from Daniel Day Lewis? The guy is a method actor and a moustache like this would allow anyone to remain in character. Cool and scary at the same time.

2) Fu Manchu: Films – The Mask of Fu Manchu. Boris Karloff was the evil doctor with the equally crazy facial hair. It was so epic that it became the name for this type of moustache.

1) The Lorax: Film – The Lorax. You cannot even see this Dr. Seuss’ character’s lips move due to the impressive moustache. Animated or not this is the best moustache of them all.