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toss up between Mr. Blutowski Fletch, and most anything from Robert Duval

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Thats a tough one...it's between these 3 for me:

Robert Duvall in "Apocolypse Now", probably my favorite,

Samuel L. in "Pulp Fiction"

or Brando in "The Godfather"

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Hmmmm. Pacino in Scarface or Joe Pesci in Goodfelas

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Val Kilmer played the best Doc Holiday ever in Tombstone!

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I've always liked Harrison Ford.

Star Wars

Indiana Jones

Fugitive

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Anything Chris Farley or Will Ferrell!!

My favorite for Farley was Tommy Callahan in "Tommy Boy".

As for Ferrell, I would go with Ron Burgandy in "Anchorman".

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Donald Sutherland as Oddball, cant remember the name of the movie. Kelly's Heros?

Lee Marvin in "Cat Ballou"

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To many good characters to just pick one. A few of my favorites thats come to mind are:

Tom Hanks as Forest Gump

Mel Gibson as William Wallace

Matt Damon as Jason Bourne

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Careful there is a beverage here

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John Goodman as Walter Solcheck played an awesome role as well the that movie

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Augustus McCrae (Lonesome Dove)

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All time favorite Characters have got to be Bob and Doug McKenzie

Like, take off Eh!

Coo Roo coo coo coo coo coo coo

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hard to pick just one, but here are 2 of my favs from one of my most favorite movie of all time. LONESOME DOVE

Robert Duvall as Augustus 'Gus' McCrae

Tommy Lee Jones as Woodrow Call

and maybe also Danny Glover as Deets

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One of the good characters is James Bond.

And then, of course, Austin Powers.

More to come.

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Brad Pitt in Snatch. One of the best most underrated movies ever. Periwinkle blue!

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Sean William Scott as Steve Stiffler in American Pie. Should have got the Oscar.

DD

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Cole Trickle

Enough said...

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Agreed. I am not Mr Lebowski- YOU are Mr Lebowski. I am the Dude, so thats what you call me. Or the Duder, his dudeness or El Duderino if you're not into the whole abbrevity thing.

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Best movie and characters ever. "Smokey, you are about to enter a world of pain. Mark it Zero Donny!!"

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Michael J. Fox in the Back to the Future movies.

And of course Biff Tannen. "What are you looking at butthead?"

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