Posted by Bluebeards Original on Aug 26th 2015

10 Movie Characters Who Needed Some Beard Wash

We’ve got 10 bearded dudes in movies who really could’ve used some beard wash. Some of the movie characters with beards just need help growing, others maintaining. One is just downright wrong. Check it out.

Tom Hanks as Forest Gump. All that running out in the elements, and you know the dude wasn’t showering.


Sid Haig as Captain Spaulding in Rob Zombie’s House of 1000 Corpses. Aside from the blood and spittle, this guy’s beard had to be accumulating lots of face paint.


Making the list for the second time, it’s Tom Hanks as Chuck Noland in Castaway. Because obviously.


Tommy Chong in any Cheech and Chong movie. A lot of guys could go here (The Dude, for one), but Tommy was the first. You can’t walk around with a beard smelling like a Bob Marley concert, man.


Chris Hemsworth as Thor in the new Marvel movies. Maybe if he had a little Beard Saver he’d be able to let it grow into a beard worthy of a Norse god.


All of the dwarves in the Hobbit movies. The way they eat and drink you know there’s half a meal hiding in each of their beards.


Brian Blessed as Prince Vultan in Flash Gordon. Flying around up there, the bird men must be catching bugs like crazy.


Hart Bochner as the sleazy Harry Ellis from Die Hard. Got to clean that white stuff out, know what I mean, babe?


Richard Dreyfuss in Jaws, because no one wants a beard that smells like chum.


Robert Carlyle in Ravenous. If you’re going to be a cannibal, the least you can do is clean up when you’re done.


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