Reclaiming Chaplin’s moustache for comedy, the star of The Headmaster’s Son and 90s double act Lee and Herring muses on iconography, whether racists are closer than Liberals to believing that all people are the same and why an innocent square inch of facial hair has taken the blame for Nazism.
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Added by philgyford on December 31, 2009