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    Leonard Nimoy's Japanese Impersonation In 'Mission Impossible' Is Hard On The Eyes

    Leonard Nimoy's Japanese Impersonation In 'Mission Impossible' Is Hard On The Eyes

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    Gwyneth Paltrow As Thomas Kent In 'Shakespeare In Love' Is Tragically Unconvincing

    Gwyneth Paltrow As Thomas Kent In 'Shakespeare In Love' Is Tragically Unconvincing

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    Sean Connery's Disguise As A Japanese Fisherman In 'You Only Live Twice' Isn't Supposed To Be Sarcastic

    Sean Connery's Disguise As A Japanese Fisherman In 'You Only Live Twice' Isn't Supposed To Be Sarcastic

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    Tony Curtis And Jack Lemon Are Far From Perfect Women In 'Some Like It Hot'

    Tony Curtis And Jack Lemon Are Far From Perfect Women In 'Some Like It Hot'

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    Captain Kirk Is Altered To Look Like A Romulan In 'Star Trek' But His Disguise Isn't Fooling Anyone

    Captain Kirk Is Altered To Look Like A Romulan In 'Star Trek' But His Disguise Isn't Fooling Anyone

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    Sir Roger Moore's Sad Clown Disguise In 'Octopussy' Is Actually Very Sad

    Sir Roger Moore's Sad Clown Disguise In 'Octopussy' Is Actually Very Sad

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Onscreen spies are supposed to be so good that they can fool the other characters in the film and the viewers watching at home. Usually, the best spies rely on their superior wit to dupe an enemy, but occasionally, a spy might use a costume or two to trick an opposing force. Most often, though, it's subpar spies who rely on silly fictional disguises. That's why they always get caught. Ridiculous wigs and bad prosthetics are the favored weapons of dumb, undercover criminals who flee the law. 

Some terrible disguises are supposed to look farcical, though. Dana Carvey's ludicrous get-ups in 2002's Master of Disguise were created to be mocked. They parody the "man of a thousand faces" trope in spy fiction. Characters like the ones below, however, tried their hardest to fool the masses.

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