During the 1920s, Charlie Chaplin once went to a Charlie Chaplin-look-alike competition. Chaplin didn’t even make it to the finals.
Look-alike – Wikipedia
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Another fun fact. In Annie Hall, Woody Allen points out the “winner of the Truman Capote look-a-like competition” while he and Diane Keaton are in Central Park. The portly gentleman he’s referring to is, actually, Truman Capote.
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