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Old 08-08-2013, 03:19 PM   #11
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Dennis Farina (RIP)
Robert Mitchum
John Wayne (c'mon, how can we leave off the Duke?)
Michael Caine
James Cagney (White Heat, awesome movie)
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Old 08-08-2013, 03:40 PM   #12
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He's not my favorite actor, and none of his movies I know are memorable. But here is a real tough guy. He looks like about 15 in this pic, but he didn't find his Medal of Honor in the cornflakes. Respekt!

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Anyone remember this guy?Played in a movie called Johnny Cool.He was from the mean streets of Harlem in NY 1/2 Sicillian/Spanish (Hispanic?) herritage.
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WOW ,Steve McQueen, the "Bullett" man!

Of the now era ,Gerrard Butler in "The 300" was DA MAN!
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* * * Michael Caine * * *
I thought about adding him, but let's face it: Richie Cunningham would beat the bejesus out of Michael Caine in a cage match Bones Jones Style and call him "bucko."

I also considered Robert Englund, but really without those knife fingers and imbecile teenagers, he's probably a putz. I'd like to see him take his act to someplace like east Bronx or South Central L.A., he'd get shot and robbed of his knife fingers.

But in all serious, the baddest, toughest guy, in a big motion picture of the last few years is probably Quentin "Rampage" Jackson who played B.A. during the "A-Team" movie. I also think Jim Brown was a tough guy back in the "Dirty Dozen" era. But they were cast more for being tough guys than their acting chops.
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Robert Ryan was a great actor and superb but multi-layered tough guy. Like a lot of actors of that generation he had quite a interesting and diverse early life, ranch hand, successful amateur boxer, ship's stoker, drill instructor with the marines so not exactly a shrinking violet. His performance as the killer in Crossfire is masterly conveying his vileness and his increasing desperation and panic when he realises he has been caught out. A tall imposing figure who had no need to buff up in the manner of certain later so-callled toughies, in real life he stood up to McCarthy and held left-wing pacifist views yet as an an actor specialised in tough,complex and sometimes brutal men. A real tough guy on and off the screen.
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Never played a tough guy but if you want someone who was genuinely hard check out Bill Travers war record.
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I've always been a big fan of Robert Mitchum,He was tough off screen as well as on,He was a talented amateur boxer.In 1953's Second Chance, He appeared with another boxer and tough guy Jack Palance,At the start of filming for the climatic cable car fight,Palance punched Mitchum full in the face,After recovering Mitchum returned the favour,Gutpunching Palance so hard He nearly vomited.Mitchum bent down to the retching Palance and said"Why don't We just pretend from now on ?"

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Anyone remember this guy?Played in a movie called Johnny Cool.He was from the mean streets of Harlem in NY 1/2 Sicillian/Spanish (Hispanic?) herritage.
Henry Silva. Also played Killer Kane in the pilot for Buck Rogers in the 25th Century and was in Ocean's 11 (both versions), The Manchurian Candidate, Green Mansions and the previously mentioned Johnny Cool. He played Dick Tracy-villain Influence in 1990's Dick Tracy.
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Henry Silva. Also played Killer Kane in the pilot for Buck Rogers in the 25th Century and was in Ocean's 11 (both versions), The Manchurian Candidate, Green Mansions and the previously mentioned Johnny Cool. He played Dick Tracy-villain Influence in 1990's Dick Tracy.
I could just look at this guy Henry Silva & tell this dude is no one to be F'd with.He recaled his roots in Spanish Harlem & learning to speak his mothers tongue of Spanish.His father,Scicilian immigrant left his mother when he was a child,so he had to get tough,living in the streets of one of the worst sections of NY.In reality he was really a nice guy, & was a Member of the Rat Pack, & a friend of Sinatra's.He disliked his stereotyping in movies.

Others I'd add Liam Neeson,Broderick Crawford, & who can forget 100 rifles star & ex NFL football great Jim Brown!

Heard a true story Richard Pryor told,that when a guy was at his house for a party in the 70s he had a little bit too much to drink, got a little mouthy with Brown, who was there.Hestarted a confrontation with Brown.

Pryor heard this dude yell,MF you Jim Brown!He heard him say "Jim Brown,I'll kick your ass!"Brown stood calm & his irate adversary heard him say,If you think you can, them come on with it ,I guess thats an ass whoppin' I got a take,then.Pryor & a couple guys grabbed Browns would be adversary & they told him that Jim Brown was'nt a guy he should be challenging.

He soon came to his senses, & told the guys holding him back,"Just ease me out the door & tell me to leave"!I any of you n**^#*s let me go ,'ll come back to kick your asses!"Then as he was out the door Pyror said he left!
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