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post #46 of 57
Huge comic book fan, but other fictional chars...

King Arthur
The Scarlet Pimpernel (an original dandy)
Robin Hood
S. Holmes (as already mentioned)
post #47 of 57
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Originally Posted by psycho1964
Huge comic book fan, but other fictional chars...

King Arthur
The Scarlet Pimpernel (an original dandy)
Robin Hood
S. Holmes (as already mentioned)


Plus you are rocking Seattle's only Superhero, The Green Arrow!
post #48 of 57
Toru Watanabe of Norwegian Wood Michael Bluth of Arrested Development
post #49 of 57
"Come the revolution, there'll be no more strawberries and cream!"

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post #50 of 57
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Originally Posted by Tokyo Slim
Plus you are rocking Seattle's only Superhero, The Green Arrow!


Recently, they moved GA from real Seattle back to fictional "Star City" (he's the Mayor)!
post #51 of 57
"expectoooo Patroooooonuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuummmmmmmmm!!!!!!!!"
post #52 of 57
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Originally Posted by psycho1964
Recently, they moved GA from real Seattle back to fictional "Star City" (he's the Mayor)!

Oh Crap... does he still have the "boxing glove arrow" and perform archery for the environment? Stupid Seattle tree hugger...
post #53 of 57
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Originally Posted by A Harris
Hmmm, maybe the Count of Monte Cristo? (From the book, not that pathetic excuse of a movie.)
Which one? There've been at least 30. The Robert Donat one is a classic, but the 1975 Richard Chamberlain one is amusing and is a copy almost shot-by-shot of a French one with Louis Jourdain (who appears as de Villefort in the Chamberlain version). The Depardieu one left me cold. The Jim Caviezel one (The Passion of the Count) was actually not bad; it certainly reflected some of the low-ish humor sometimes present in Dumas' writing.

Monte Cristo was a fictional hero, but an adolescent one. I rather like Danger Man John Drake, Mr Miracle Scott Free, the John Constantine of Dangerous Habits, Groundskeeper Willie, John Steed and Bryan Ferry.
post #54 of 57
Cosmo Kramer and Frank Costanza.
post #55 of 57
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Originally Posted by RJman
Monte Cristo was a fictional hero, but an adolescent one. I rather like Danger Man John Drake, Mr Miracle Scott Free, the John Constantine of Dangerous Habits, Groundskeeper Willie, John Steed and Bryan Ferry.

Finally someone else mentions John Steed! You'd think he'd be a popular choice on our fair forum.
post #56 of 57
Trent from Swingers. The ultimate guy's guy. Unfortunately, I'm a lot more like Mikey. And yes, I have done the "call a woman repeatedly until she tells you never to call again" thing.
post #57 of 57
HUD, from the Paul Newman movie. Extraordinary film.

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