I've just started to notice that some male characters in otherwise serious films are wearing slightly comical eyeliner.
Two examples are Peter O'Toole in Lawrence of Arabia
and the Uncle Joe Grandi character in Touch Of Evil
Is there a reason for this? I realise most male actors are probably wearing makeup in most films, but it's usually quite subtle and there just to make things look better.
This guyliner is so obvious and odd I don't know what to make of it.
'Guyliner' in classic films
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