Movie Characters: Who Is The Most Iconic?

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Davy A.'s Comment
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Clint Eastwood in the series of westerns ranging from high plains drifter through the good, the bad and the ugly.

While there is no direct link there are many Easter eggs and inferences that the characters are linked such as mortimer being possibly clients father in the good the bad and the ugly while both Clint and cleave had the same locket in fistful of dollars.

There are a lot of common threads and implications set in all of them, even pale rider, in which Clint has the scar on the neck from being hung in hang em high as well as the way he disappeared at the end exactly as he did in high plains drifter after bringing karma and justice to the town of largo.


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Jaybird's Comment
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Rats. Didn’t mean to not include one with a sequel. Maybe I should wake up more before I reply.

In that case my favorite movie with a Sequel are Lord of the Rings. Many hours on the road has me listen to the books over and over and the movie trilogy Fellowship-Return are epic. Ian McKellen as Gandalf is played beautifully and I find myself several times a day thinking “You shall not pass” as certain situations on the road causes unfortunate events for four wheelers.

RealDiehl's Comment
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You shall not pass

Made famous in Memes all across the internet!

I sometimes watch younger people in their 20's react to seeing the movies for the first time.

Without fail, when the scene with Gandalf and the Balrog on the bridge occurs, they excitedly realize, "I've seen that meme! I didn't know it was from this movie."

Nuts's Comment
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Clint Eastwood as Dirty Harry Callahan.

"In all of this excitement I forget if I fired 5 shots or 6. Do you feel lucky punk? well do ya?"

NaeNaeInNC's Comment
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Doc Brown. Back To the Future Trilogy. Christopher Lloyd couldn't have done it better, with just the right amount of crazy thrown in.

Iceman. Val Kilmer in Top Gun/Maverick. Again, just the right amount of ******* in the first movie, and a fantastic character arc in the very short time he was in the sequel. Such a shame about his throat cancer and resulting voice issues.

Stand alone films?

We gotta go with Dark Helmet, Rick Moranis in Spaceballs. It's always good for a laugh.

Also, you can't forget Fro-dereck Fronk-en-steen played by Gene Wilder in Young Frankenstein. So much hilarity brought to a traditionally serious role.

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