23 November 2012 11:39 AM, PST | FilmJunk | See recent FilmJunk news »

As the last week of Movember draws near, the moustaches are reaching their zenith while spouses and significant others are nearing their breaking point. Over the next week Film Junk will be featuring a series of posts dedicated to this manly adornment and the actors who have made it their trademark. With the help of cult movie connoisseur Wintle and our good friend Doug Nagy, we will delve into a slew of cinematic staches, both obvious and obscure. Today I thought it was only appropriate to start with a film that some have called the ultimate moustache movie, George P. Cosmatos' Tombstone. It may not be the most critically acclaimed or historically accurate Western, but it does have perhaps the finest assortment of facial hair ever committed to celluloid. Also, unlike a lot of period pieces, Tombstone is unique in that almost all of the moustaches are real. Tombstone was written by Kevin Jarre, »

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