The Young and The Combless: Why Do Young Versions of Movie Characters Have Big Hair?

Preview:  It used to be that you could put the word “Young” in front of the name of an iconic character and have a fair shot at the box office. Consider Mel Brooks’ 1974 smash Young …
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