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Top 10 Iconic Movie Characters | Event

I’ve been passed on the Iconic Movie Characters baton by Mette. It’s a web event hosted by My Filmviews. Here are the rules:

A list of 10 iconic movie characters has been made. That list will be assigned to another blogger who can then change it by removing one character (describing why they think it should not be on the list) and replace it with another one (also with motivation) and hand over the baton to another blogger. Once assigned, that blogger will have to put his/her post up within a week. If this is not the case the blogger who assigned it has to reassign it to another blogger. After you have posted your update leave the link in the comments here and I will make sure it gets added to the overview post.

previous partipants
the list so far
Rocky Balboa and Indiana Jones
Darth Vader and Ellen Ripley
Mary Poppins and Dorothy Gale
Buzz Lightyear and E.T. 
Mrs. Robinson and James Bond

who I’m taking out

 ….can’t we just keep adding characters?? Okay. Rocky, Indiana Jones, Darth Vader, James Bond and E.T. are uncuttable for me. I’ve never seen Alien but Ellen Ripley looks sacred enough to stay, too. And Mary Poppins is constantly on television, everyone loves her worldwide, it’s a fact.

Now, Dorothy strikes me as an american child icon, as most people I know never heard of her, but granted, american is pretty big. And it’s been my experience that Mrs. Robinson is not extremely popular, but I love her so I don’t care, she’s staying. That leaves me with poor Buzz, but it’s just rude to cut the pick of the person who chose me so, sorry Dorothy, but you’re going, girl. Look at her face, she’s shocked! 

and now, my pick…

Audrey Hepburn as Holly Golightly in Breakfast at Tiffany’s (1961)

I pondered Bridget Jones and Cruella de Vil (such a girl), but then… who do we see more often on the internet? Holly Golightly. The girl who became an eternal fashion icon, redefined beauty standards, and provided endless material for out of context quotes — because no, most people haven’t seen Breakfast at Tiffany‘s. Some don’t even know her name, and many often mistake Audrey Hepburn for Holly, and vice-versa.

Being Hepburn’s most prominent role, one could easily argue that it is because of Holly G. that Audrey is still ridiculously well-known – the two have become one gigantic iconic image that transcends movies, and that’s why I think she deserves a spot.

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