Come on, this is easy, guys. “Dick Steele”, Humphrey Bogart’s character from “In a Lonely Place.”
Officer Tequila, Hannibal “The Cannibal” Lecter, Radio Raheem, Marge Gunderson, Bluto, Mr. Little Jeans
Blue Kim-That’s the film that came to mind when I read this thread title, but it’s actually Dix (short for Dixon) Steele.
Edward Morgan Blake, Special Agent Dale Cooper, Franz Biberkopf, Claude Hooper Bukowski, John Shaft, Mary Henry, Dr. Sean McNamara.
These are the names that come to my mind right now.
Popeye Doyle – The French Connection
Brick Top Polford – Snatch
Keyser Söze- The Usual Suspects
Marsellus Wallace- Pulp Fiction
Marty McFly- Back to the Future
Bogart as “Dixon Steele” – In a Lonely Place
Bruno Anthony in Strangers on a Train.
Dignan from Bottle Rocket
Paul Dédalus, Nora, Ismael, Junon.. All the names in Arnaud Desplechin’s films
John Grant from Wake in Fright. Like butter in a hot pan.
-Furious Styles (Lawrence Fishburne from Boyz in the Hood)
any character from Yojimbo
philo beddoe-Any which way you can
josie wales and Ten Bears
George Smiley-The spy who came in from the cold
jack crabb -little big man
Billy jack and Bernard Posner
Walter Sobchyk – Raising Arizona
Hannibal Lecter – Silence Of The Lambs
Lily Von Schtup – Blazing Saddles
Jamesir Bensonmum – Murder By Death
Hercule Peroit aka ‘Hercules Porrage’ – Death On The Nile
oldies but goodies : Axel Dumire, Oliver Seccombe and R.J. Poteet – Centennial
Francine Fishpaw (Polyester)
i love francine fispaw! ♥
dawn wiener – welcome to the dollhouse
I still enjoy the old school comedic names…
Hugo Z Hackenbush
Otis B Driftwood
Captain Jeffrey T Spaulding
Elmer Butts (and many of Keaton’s other ‘Elmers’)
and just about all of the W C Fields stuff.
Peter Joshua – Charade