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Rotten to the Core!
"Whether they are dictators, monsters, gangsters, killers or thieves we always remember "the bad guy". A quick quiz on some of the most evil characters in film."
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In the 1967 film, "Night of the Generals", Peter O'Toole gave a frighteningly cold performance as the deranged Nazi, General Tanz. Tanz had a penchant for horrifically murdering prostitutes.
The first prostitute he killed was in Poland, the second in France.
Where had the final prostitute been killed?
As vicious gangster and killer, Jimmy Jump, the right-hand man
of crime boss Frank White, in Abel Ferrara's "King of New York", Laurence Fishburne created a modern day madman with no remorse or pity.
After he had made fun of the death of a witness in front of the police, David Caruso's character, Dennis Gilley, spat in his face.
What was Fishburne's response?
He punched Caruso's character in the face then shot him in the face.
He spat back and then went for him, but was held back by one of his associates.
He just laughed in his face and threw money at him.
He wiped the spit with his fingers then licked them.
In the 1976 classic, "Marathon Man", Laurence Olivier gave his most chilling performance as that of the Nazi, Dr Szell.
Expert torturer, especially with his dentistry skills, what had been the nickname given to him in the death camps during the war?
The Angel of Death
The Tooth Fairy
The White Angel
In the 2000 film, "Sexy Beast", Sir Ben Kinglsley gave arguably his most menacing performance, as Don Logan, the raging, bald-headed gangster.
What was the name of the London hotel he ordered Gal to check into, under the name 'Roundtree'?
This cartoon villain was one of the most frightening characters ever created by Disney. Of course I am talking about the tiger, Shere Khan voiced by actor George Sanders from 1967's, "The Jungle Book".
What was the only thing Shere Khan was afraid of?
Kaa's hypnotic eyes
Colonel Hathi's bellowing voice
As Edward Lionheart, Vincent Price provided a Shakespearean twist on murdering his critics in the 1973 classic, "Theatre of Blood."
How did he kill critic Meredith Merridew?
Drugged him while he was asleep and then cut off his head
Lured him to a derilict building and had a group of winos hack and stab him to death
Invited him to a wine-tasting session and drowned him in a vat of wine
Choked him to death by force-feeding him his own dogs baked in a pie
In 1987's "Robocop", officer Alex Murphy was murdered by a gang of vicious killers, led by Clarence Boddicker, a psychotic enforcer.
How was Boddicker killed at the end of the film?
Shot in the groin
Stabbed in the throat
Blown up by a hand grenade
Melted by acid
In a gripping account of the final, doomed days in his bunker, Adolph Hitler was brilliantly portrayed in the German film, "Downfall (Der Untergang)" by Bruno Ganz. In one of his famous rants, Hitler stated that a particular general would use his forces to counter the Russian advance.
What was the name of the general, who in reality had no hope of stopping the Russians?
In the 1974 thriller, "The Taking of Pelham One, Two, Three" Robert Shaw starred as Mr Blue, the leader of the ruthless hijackers who held a subway car full of passengers hostage for $1,000,000.
What had been his profession before the hijacking?
In the 1990 Scorsese classic, "Goodfellas", Joe Pesci gave a chilling performance as the ferocious mobster Tommy. As well as his hijackings and many foul-mouthed tirades and outbursts, he committed some particularly nasty murders.
But how was he murdered himself?
Strangled with wire
Stabbed with a screwdriver
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