• Harmonica (Charles Bronson), <i>Once Upon a Time in the West</i>
    Harmonica (Charles Bronson), Once Upon a Time in the West
    VOTE
    In Sergio Leone's lyrical ode to the last days of the American frontier, Bronson is the stoic Harmonica, tasked with dispatching power-hungry Frank (Henry Fonda, in a rare villain's role). The somber, stylish opening, in which Frank's henchmen await Harmonica's train, is riveting, as is the final showdown.
  • Blondie (Clint Eastwood), <i>The Good, the Bad and the Ugly</i>
    Blondie (Clint Eastwood), The Good, the Bad and the Ugly
    VOTE
    In The Good, The Bad and the Ugly, the last film in Sergio Leone's spaghetti-Western trilogy, Eastwood is the lightning-fast gunman Blondie: taciturn, morally ambiguous, and an uneasy partner to Tuco (Eli Wallach). The two (one good, one ugly, both with narrowed eyes) betray one another as they search for a cache of gold.
Harmonica (Charles Bronson), <i>Once Upon a Time in the West</i>
Blondie (Clint Eastwood), <i>The Good, the Bad and the Ugly</i>
The Ringo Kid (John Wayne), <i>Stagecoach</i>
Broncho Billy Anderson, <i>The Great Train Robbery</i>
Curly (Gordon MacRae), <i>Oklahoma!</i>
Gene Autry, <i>Back in the Saddle</i>
Jack Burns (Kirk Douglas), <i>Lonely Are the Brave</i>
Gil Westrum (Randolph Scott), <i>Ride the High Country</i>
Vin (Steve McQueen), <i>The Magnificent Seven</i>
Britt (James Coburn), <i>The Magnificent Seven</i>
Shane (Alan Ladd), <i>Shane</i>
Bill Munny (Clint Eastwood), <i>Unforgiven</i>
Jack Crabb (Dustin Hoffman), <i>Little Big Man</i>
Pike Bishop (William Holden), <i>The Wild Bunch</i>
Chris Adams (Yul Brynner), <i>The Magnificent Seven</i>
Ethan Edwards (John Wayne), <i>The Searchers</i>
  • Round 1
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