The Ten Favorite Screen Character Blog

For this quick, fun blog hop, you just name your 10 favorite characters from movies or TV then tag up to 10 friends to do the same!

JMDReid tagged me for this fun blog; check out his site for his ten interesting picks.

To be perfectly honest this was a hard one for me. I have so many, but for the purposes of this hop, I’m posting the first 10 favorites that come to mind. I wish I could mention the dozens that have come to me since then!

But off the top of my head, here are my 10 favorite screen characters:

  1. Rooster Cogburn—John Wayne. I’ve been a Duke fan all my life and I live in Texas. Enough said.

RppsterRick Blaine—Humphrey Bogart. Gritty, romantic, and Bogart at his best in Casablanca, one of my all time favorite movies.

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  1. Holly Golightly—Audrey Hepburn. Okay, maybe I’m a bit of a romantic. Audrey Hepburn was one of the most elegant women in the world and her portrayal of Holly Golightly in Breakfast at Tiffany’s is priceless.

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  1. Luke Skywalker—Mark Hamill. When the original Star Wars came out I was a restless high school senior who wanted to learn the ways of the Force. Still trying.

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  1. Jeremiah Johnson—of all the roles Robert Redford played, this is my favorite. If I couldn’t learn the ways of the Force, I wanted to be a mountain man.

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  1. John Dunbar—Kevin Costner. I love the outdoors and often feel as if I was born in the wrong century. Movies like Dances with Wolves strongly influenced my own writing, even though my approach is much different.

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  1. Eleanor of Aquitaine—Katharine Hepburn. Instead of The Lion in Winter this movie should’ve been called The Lioness in Winter. I guess I have a thing for women named Hepburn and it’s a toss up as to which is my favorite actress of all time.

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  1. Jeff Lebowski—Jeff Bridges. He won the Oscar for Crazy Heart and more than held his own as Rooster Cogburn, but Dude, The Big Lebowski is big time fun.

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  1. Morpheus—Laurence Fishburne. I really love the first Matrix movie, and Fishburne stole the show.

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  1. Inigo Montoya—Mandy Patinkin, The Princess Bride. “My name is Inigo Montoya. You killed my father. Prepare to die.”

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And on that note, I end my Ten Favorite Character Blog. I hope you enjoyed reading it as much as I enjoyed writing it.

And here are the lucky friends I tag to continue with this fun hop:

J.V. Carr

Lee Monteford

Chess Desalls

J. S. Burke

J. D. Kaplan

E. M. Kaplan

L. A. Starkey

Markie Jordan-Madden

Ann Swann

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9 thoughts on “The Ten Favorite Screen Character Blog

    1. Bridges nails the role, and that movie is closer to the book–which I’ve read multiple times as it’s one of my favorites–but I grew up a huge John Wayne fan. And I realized later I went with The Duke and The Dude. How different can you get, right?

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    1. Thanks Laurie and you’re welcome. Can’t wait to check your list out! This blog was just plain fun, and I think what makes it fun is that on any given day I could come up with a completely different list–except for maybe The Duke and The Dude. 🙂

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