By Susan King, Los Angeles Times Staff Writer There have been actors with famous noses such as Bob Hope, John Barrymore (“The Great Profile”), Jimmy Durante and W.C. Fields. There’s even a classic “nose” line from the 1943 film “For Whom the Bell Tolls” when naive Maria is about to receive her first kiss from Robert: “oh, Roberto where do the noses go?” Countless performers over the years have changed their proboscises for roles in movies, TV and theater from silent screen legend Lon Chaney in “The Phantom of the Opera” to Lucille Ball in the famous William Holden episode of “I Love Lucy” to Christina Ricci in “Penelope,” which opened Friday. Here’s a look at some famous movie noses:
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