Bowler hats and toothbrush moustaches will overtake QEII Square on Saturday as Charlie Chaplin look-alikes in an attempt to get Albury into the Guinness Book of World Record.
Organisers need more than 663 people to gather dressed as Hollywood icon Charlie Chaplin to break the world record, previously set in Switzerland.
Residents can buy a bowler hat and moustache for just $5 from the Library Museum in Kiewa Street and must be at QEII Square by 10am on Saturday.
The event is part of Albury City’s Charlie Chaplin Festival and will feature face painting, roving entertainment, live music, craft activities, circus workshops and classic cars display.
Charlie look-alikes will get free admission to the Albury races on Saturday.
The centrepiece of the festival is the Capturing Charlie: Collecting A Cinema Icon exhibition which making its Australian exhibition debut at the Library Museum until Sunday 18 November.
For more information and to register for the world record attempt, go to: alburycity.nsw.gov.au/charlie.
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