• Jimmy Ringo, <i>The Gunfighter</i> (1950)
    Jimmy Ringo, The Gunfighter (1950)
    VOTE
    A survivor of countless shootouts, including one at the O.K. Corral, Jimmy Ringo (Gregory Peck) now wants to put the past behind him. A new breed of young gunslingers will line up to take a shot at him, but unfortunately for them, Ringo's as quick as ever.
  • Billy the Kid, <i>The Left Handed Gun</i> (1958)
    Billy the Kid, The Left Handed Gun (1958)
    VOTE
    His quick temper and deadly aim are legendary -- and the Kid's (Paul Newman) six-shooter sets Lincoln County ablaze when his boss is killed by a rival cattle baron. As the body count rises, this gunfighter's fury could ignite the region into an all-out war.
Jimmy Ringo, <i>The Gunfighter</i> (1950)
Billy the Kid, <i>The Left Handed Gun</i> (1958)
Jesse James, <i>The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford</i> (2007)
William Blake, <i>Dead Man</i> (1995)
John Henry Thomas, <i>The Undefeated</i> (1969)
Angel Eyes, <i>The Good, the Bad and the Ugly</i> (1966)
Buford Tannen, <i>Back to the Future III</i> (1990)
Billy the Kid, <i>Bill and Ted's Excellent Adventure</i> (1989)
Colorado Ryan in <i>Rio Bravo</i> (1959)
The Kid, <i>The Quick and the Dead</i> (1995)
Gunslinging Robot, <i>Westworld</i> (1973)
Liberty Valence, <i>The Man Who Shot Liberty Valence</i> (1962)
Wild Bill Hickok, <i>Wild Bill</i> (1995)
Charlie Burns, <i>The Proposition</i> (2005)
Jed Cooper, <i>Hang 'Em High</i> (1968)
Elliott Marston, <i>Quigley Down Under</i> (1990)
  • Round 1
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