History Main / ArchEnemy

24th Aug '16 11:18:31 AM JulianLapostat
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* The U.S. and the Soviet Union during the UsefulNotes/ColdWar. Became more like [[TheRival rivals]] during [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Detente Detente in the late '60s and '70s]], but escalated back into archenemies during the '80s until the Soviet Union's fall in 1991. These days they are on more or less good terms, though Russia has a habit of blowing a lot hot air every now and then, but it's treated more like an UnknownRival now.

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* The U.S. and the Soviet Union during the UsefulNotes/ColdWar. Became more like [[TheRival rivals]] during [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Detente Detente in the late '60s and '70s]], but escalated back into archenemies during the '80s until the Soviet Union's fall in 1991. These days they are on more or less good terms, though Russia has a habit of blowing a lot hot air every now and Since then, the relations were on the backburner, cordial and less ideological but it's treated more like an UnknownRival now.it flares up about issues of NATO expansion eastward (which unites the right and left of Russia) and it became worse during the Putin-Obama years over issues of Euromaidan and Crimea.



** Ironically, the United States had good relations with TsaristRussia. Russia was officially neutral during the UsefulNotes/AmericanRevolution, but nevertheless indirectly helped it by supplying arms to France and Spain, both of whom were allied with the colonists. Russia was also the only European country to declare support for the Union during the American Civil War (because they thought an intact America would stand a better chance of counterbalancing the power of UsefulNotes/TheBritishEmpire), although they didn't actually intervene. The Russians also sold Alaska to the U.S. in 1867, and boy are the Americans glad that the Russians didn't have that land during the Cold War.

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** Ironically, the United States had good relations with TsaristRussia. Russia was officially neutral during the UsefulNotes/AmericanRevolution, but nevertheless indirectly helped it by supplying arms to France and Spain, both of whom were allied with the colonists. Russia was also the only European country to declare support for the Union during the American Civil War (because they thought an intact America would stand a better chance of counterbalancing the power of UsefulNotes/TheBritishEmpire), although they didn't actually intervene. The Russians also sold Alaska to the U.S. in 1867, and boy are the Americans glad that the Russians didn't have that land during the Cold War. Even with the Soviet Union, the fact is that aside from some limited assistance during the Russian Civil War, and proxy skirmishes during the Korean War, the two sides never officially fought a war with each other. The rivalry was largely ideological, rhetorical and diplomatic and it played out in proxy wars and the only significant military conflict in their histories, UsefulNotes/WorldWarII had them as allies.
24th Aug '16 5:24:38 AM leraluna
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* Like Russia and Germany, the rivalry between China and Japan has only got worse by the time of UsefulNotes/WorldWarTwo so much that the war in China was a war in its own merit (see UsefulNotes/SecondSinoJapaneseWar), much like the Eastern Front between Russia and Germany, and the second bloodiest conflict in human history after said eastern front. War-related issues such as [[ButForMeItWasTuesday Japanese denial of war crimes]] are still a source of endless debating, along with colliding interests in the area they share and the recent growth of the China's economy, who was able to surpass even Japan. The result is one of the strongest rivalry in the world.
21st Aug '16 2:48:41 AM K.Kloga
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* [[ComicStrip/Garfield]] has a weird example: Mondays. While usually shown to be just a worst day of the week for Garfield, they also had at least two different personifications, one looked like [[http://garfield.com/comic/1986/07/21 a bunch of generic monsters]] and one like Frankenstein's Monster. It's definitely mutual, as Mondays manage to have any kind of problem for Garfield, sometimes exceeding the limits of reality outright.

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* [[ComicStrip/Garfield]] ''ComicStrip/{{Garfield}} has a weird example: Mondays. While usually shown to be just a worst day of the week for Garfield, they also had at least two different personifications, one looked like [[http://garfield.com/comic/1986/07/21 a bunch of generic monsters]] and one like Frankenstein's Monster. It's definitely mutual, as Mondays manage to have any kind of problem for Garfield, sometimes exceeding the limits of reality outright.
21st Aug '16 2:47:04 AM K.Kloga
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* ComicStrip/Garfield has a weird example: Mondays. While usually shown to be just a worst day of the week for Garfield, they also had at least two different personifications, one looked like [[http://garfield.com/comic/1986/07/21 a bunch of generic monsters]] and one like Frankenstein's Monster. It's definitely mutual, as Mondays manage to have any kind of problem for Garfield, sometimes exceeding the limits of reality outright.

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* ComicStrip/Garfield [[ComicStrip/Garfield]] has a weird example: Mondays. While usually shown to be just a worst day of the week for Garfield, they also had at least two different personifications, one looked like [[http://garfield.com/comic/1986/07/21 a bunch of generic monsters]] and one like Frankenstein's Monster. It's definitely mutual, as Mondays manage to have any kind of problem for Garfield, sometimes exceeding the limits of reality outright.
21st Aug '16 2:45:07 AM K.Kloga
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* ComicStrip/Garfield has a weird example: Mondays. While usually shown to be just a worst day of the week for Garfield, they also had at least two different personifications, one looked like [[http://garfield.com/comic/1986/07/21 a bunch of generic monsters]] and one like Frankenstein's Monster. It's definitely mutual, as Mondays manage to have any kind of problem for Garfield, sometimes exceeding the limits of reality outright.
** In his "Caped Avenger" persona he had [[http://garfield.com/comic/1984/08/23 proclaimed]] Odie as his archenemy, but considering that Odie is usually a frenemy and they does not necessarily share the mutual enmity, Mondays are a more real deal. Moreover, "Caped Avenger" later proclaimed Odie as his sidekick as well.
13th Aug '16 9:29:00 PM chasemaddigan
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* ArchEnemy/LiveActionFilms



[[folder:Films -- Live-Action]]
* Dr Evil is the Arch Enemy of ''AustinPowers'' [[spoiler: and his EvilTwin.]]
* Rene Belloq from ''Film/RaidersOfTheLostArk'', the EvilCounterpart to Franchise/IndianaJones, is probably the closest thing he has to this.
* ''Franchise/StarWars''
** SelfDemonstrating/DarthVader is [[ArchNemesisDad Luke Skywalker's Arch Enemy]]; meanwhile, Vader probably counted [[WeUsedToBeFriends Obi-Wan as his.]] Princess Leia Organa is another contender.
** Palpatine to Yoda. By ''Film/TheEmpireStrikesBack'' he also considers Luke Skywalker to be his biggest threat. As the Chosen One, Luke's father, Anakin Skywalker is destined to defeat Palpatine and bring balance to the force, [[spoiler:and he eventually succeeds]].
** Mace Windu was a key figure in the search for Darth Sidious, [[spoiler: who turns out to be Palpatine]].
** Han Solo and Chewbacca have Boba Fett and Jabba the Hutt.
** Darth Maul to Obi-Wan Kenobi and Qui-Gon Jinn during ''Film/ThePhantomMenace.''
** Count Dooku to Anakin Skywalker, Obi-Wan Kenobi, and his former Master Yoda in ''Film/AttackOfTheClones'' and the beginning of ''Film/RevengeOfTheSith''.
** General Grievous considered himself to be the nemesis of Anakin Skywalker and Obi-Wan Kenobi during the Clone Wars.
** Rey and Kylo Ren in ''Films/TheForceAwakens''
* ''Franchise/PiratesOfTheCaribbean'':
** Jack Sparrow and Barbossa. Once both men have died at least once, the conflict between them becomes more of a friendly rivalry.
** Commodore Norrington might also want to put himself in for consideration as Jack's Arch Enemy, though Jack seems to regard him as more of an obstacle and sometimes pawn.
** Cutler Beckett may qualify, as he has been the source of much/most of Jack's problems in his life. When using Jack's compass, it points him towards Jack, and Jack guesses that what Beckett wants most in the world is to see Jack dead.
** Davy Jones definitely qualifies, since he's hellbent on claiming Jack's soul. He could also count as one for Will Turner, whose [[spoiler: father is one of the many cursed souls forced to work on Davy Jones' ship for hundreds of years]].
* David Allen Griffin to Joel Campbell in ''Film/TheWatcher''.
* In ''Film/ThePrestige'', Borden and Angier start as friendly rivals, but the two become arch-enemies when one loses a wife. By the end, one has lost his wife and his life, the other reaches a PyrrhicVictory in besting his enemy but losing his brother and wife as well.
* In ''Film/TheMatrix'', Agent Smith to Neo.
** Agent Smith is also this to Morpheus and Trinity.
* Castor Troy for Sean Archer in ''Film/FaceOff''.
* [[NoNameGiven Harmonica]] and Frank in ''Film/OnceUponATimeInTheWest.'' The former has been hunting the latter for decades to put an end to his horrible crimes and to [[spoiler:avenge the death of his brother]]. Cheyenne to a lesser extent, as Frank, who murdered the family of the woman Cheyenne and Harmonica wind up protecting, framed Cheyenne for the murders.
* Since Bruce Willis turns out to be a comic book superhero in ''Film/{{Unbreakable}}'', it only stands to reason that he'd have an arch-enemy. [[spoiler:One who is right under his nose.]]
* ''Film/MysteryTeam'': Old Man [=McGinty=]
* In the FilmOfTheBook of ''Film/TheHitchhikersGuideToTheGalaxy'', Humma Kavula is this to Zaphod.
* Franchise/{{Godzilla}} is the Arch Enemy of the Japanese Self-Defence Force as a whole during the films where he's the villain ([[AntiVillain or]] [[AntiHero not]]). He also has his own recurring nemesis in [[HeroKiller King]] [[OmnicidalManiac Ghidorah]], who has battled him across eight films and four continuities, and whose [[LaughingMad gleeful]] [[ForTheEvulz malevolence]] provides a stark contrast with the Big G's more [[UnstoppableRage mindless rage]]. One could also make a case for [[EvilKnockoff Mechagodzilla]], Godzilla's only enemy to rival Ghidorah for number of appearances ([[BreakoutCharacter save for]] [[FriendlyEnemy Mothra]]) and ability to hurt Godzilla (the Heisei version of Mechagodzilla in ''Film/GodzillaVsMechagodzillaII'' is even stated to have been based on the recovered remains of Mecha-King Ghidorah from ''Film/GodzillaVsKingGhidorah'', essentially making it a combination of Godzilla's two arch-enemies).
** As far as Mothra goes, her arch-enemy is Ghidorah as well; she tolerates Godzilla's existence as long as he's not misbehaving too much, but when Ghidorah gets involved, she knows fully well that the whole planet she has sworn to protect is in danger. Epitomized by the ''Rebirth of Mothra'' trilogy, the [[Film/RebirthOfMothra first]] and [[Film/RebirthOfMothra3 third]] of which featured either Ghidorah or [[SuspiciouslySimilarSubstitute a close relative]] as the antagonist.
*** ''Film/GodzillaFinalWars'' made Gigan her arch-enemy instead so that the single coolest redesigned monster in the film could fight her during the climax while Godzilla dealt with the more plot-relevant antagonist--who was again, eventually revealed to be Ghidorah (this time in Kaiser form).
* ''Film/KingKong'' to Ann Darrow, Carl Denham, and Jack Driscoll.
* In ''Franchise/ANightmareOnElmStreet'', Freddy Krueger to Nancy Thompson, Kristen Parker, Alice Johnson, Maggie Burroughs, and Lori Campbell.
* In ''Franchise/{{Halloween}}'' no matter where [[SerialKiller Michael Myers]] goes, his psychiatrist Dr. Samuel Loomis will always be there to stop him.
* In ''Franchise/FridayThe13th'', Jason Voorhees to Tommy Jarvis.
** Pamela Voorhees to Alice Hardy in the first film.
* Ghostface to Sidney Prescott in ''Franchisee/{{Scream}}''.
* Leatherface and his famity to Sally Hardesty and Lieutenant "Lefty" Enright in ''Franchise/TheTexasChainsawMassacre''.
* In ''Franchise/{{Hellraiser}}'', Pinhead makes repeated attempts to claim the soul of Kirsty Cotton.
* Chucky to Andy Barclay and Karen Barclay in ''Film/ChildsPlay''.
* John "Jigsaw" Kramer to David Tapp, Eric Matthews, and Jeff Denlon in ''Franchise/{{Saw}}''.
* ''Film/XMen'':
** Pyro to Bobby.
** Victor Creed to Wolverine in ''Film/XMenOriginsWolverine''.
** Magneto (Erik Lehnsherr) to Charles Xavier. In this case, it's an example of WeUsedToBeFriends.
* ''Film/TheHobbit'' Azog is the main enemy of Thorin. He killed their Grandfather Thror and Thorin cut of his hand. pursuing him throughout the trilogy and leading the Orcs to take Erebor at the Battle of the Five Armies. It is revealed he is working for [[spoiler:Sauron]], but he is pursuing Thorin on his own incentive. [[spoiler:They end up performing a MutualKill.]]
* Mister Henry F. Potter to George Bailey in ''Film/ItsAWonderfulLife''.
* Alex Forrest to Dan Gallagher and Beth Gallagher in ''Film/FatalAttraction''
* Pazazu to Father Lankester Merrin, Father Damien Karras, and Regan Theresa [=MacNeil=] in ''Film/TheExorcist''.
* [=SkyNet=] to Kyle Reese, Sarah Connor, and John Connor in ''Franchise/{{Terminator}}''. Every installment has it sending a KillerRobot that serves as that movie's arch-enemy ([[Film/TheTerminator T-800]], [[Film/Terminator2JudgmentDay T-1000]], [[Film/Terminator3RiseOfTheMachines T-X]], and the [[Film/TerminatorSalvation T-RIP T-800]]; ''[[Film/TerminatorGenisys Genisys]]'' initially seemed to have another T-1000 in the first trailer, [[TrailersAlwaysSpoil but later trailers revealed it's really]] [[spoiler: a [[TheHeroDies converted]] [[HeelFaceTurn John]] [[FallenHero Connor]]]].
* Gordon Gekko to Bud Fox in ''Film/WallStreet''.
* Max Cady to Sam Bowden in both versions of ''Film/CapeFear''.
* Reverend Harry Powell to John and Pearl Harper in ''Film/TheNightOfTheHunter''.
* Doctor Szell to Thomas "Babe" Levy in ''Film/MarathonMan''.
* Colonel Hans Landa to Lieutenant Aldo Raine, Shosanna Dreyfus, and the Basterds in ''Film/IngloriousBasterds''.
* Marsellus Wallace to Butch Coolidge in ''Film/PulpFiction''.
** Vincent Vega and Jules Winnfield to Brett, and later to Bonnie Dimmick. Vincent and Jules kill Brett at the beginning of the film, but the due spend their main arc trying to avoid being caught red-handed by Bonnie after accidentally shooting an accomplice. Bonnie's husband, Jimmie, who is Jules' former accomplice, doesn't want to be associating with murderers by his wife, and helps them hide the body so he can get Vincent and Jules out of his life as soon as possible.
* Bill Cutting to Amsterdam Vallon in ''Film/GangsOfNewYork''. Before that, Cutting had Amsterdam's father, Priest Vallon.
* Simon Phoenix to John Spartan in ''Film/DemolitionMan''.
* Bennet and Arius to John Matrix in ''{{Film/Commando}}''.
* Amon Goeth to Oskar Schindler in ''Film/SchindlersList''
* Khan Noonien Singh to James T. Kirk and Spock in ''Film/StarTrekIITheWrathOfKhan'' and ''Film/StarTrekIntoDarkness''.
* Emperor Commodus to Maximus Decimus Meridius in ''{{Film/Gladiator}}''.
* Dark Helmet to Lone Starr in Spaceballs in ''{{Film/Spaceballs}}''.
* Colonel Walter E. Kurtz to Captain Benjamin L. Willard in ''Film/ApocalypseNow''.
* Travis Bickle spends much of the film preparing to assassinate Senator Charles Palantine in ''Film/TaxiDriver''.
* Officer Jake Hoyt and Detective Alonzo Harris gradually become enemies throughout the progression of ''Film/TrainingDay''.
* Beatrix Kiddo has Bill, Elle Driver, O-Ren-Ishii, Vernita Green, and Budd in ''Film/KillBill''.
* Rocky Balboa has Apollo Creed, Clubber Lang, and Ivan Drago through the progression of the ''Franchise/{{Rocky}}'' franchise.
* Lieutenant Colonel Podovsky, Hope Sheriff Will Teasle, Colonel Alexei Zaysen, and Major Pa Tee Tint to John Rambo in ''Franchise/{{Rambo}}''.
* The Aliens and the Weyland-Yutani Corporation to Ellen Ripley in ''Franchise/{{Alien}}''.
* The Predator to Major Alan "Dutch" Schaefer in ''Film/{{Predator}}''.
* Jack Wilson and Rufus Ryker to Shane and Joe Starrett in ''{{Film/Shane}}''.
* Angel Eyes, Ramon Rojo, and El Indio to [[DollarsTrilogy the Man With No Name.]]
** Colonel Mortimer is a better candidate for El Indio's nemesis, since Mortimer is on a revenge quest against El Indio, and the Man With No Name is only after him for money.
* Scorpio to Harry Callahan in ''Film/DirtyHarry''.
* Hans Gruber to John [=McClane=] in ''Franchise/DieHard''. Nakatomi Plaza is his defining moment, and Hans' brother Simon even appears seeking revenge. Colonel Stuart, Thomas Gabriel, Yuri Komarov, and Irina Komarov are this to a lesser extent.
* Alexander Conklin, Ward Abbott, and Noah Vosen to Jason Bourne in the [[Film/TheBourneSeries Bourne Series]].
* The Shark to Sheriff Brody, Quint, and Matt Hooper in ''Franchise/{{Jaws}}.''
* Jerry Lundegaard, Carl Showalter, and Gaear Grimsrud to Marge Gunderson and Wade Gustafson in ''{{Film/Fargo}}''.
* Biff Tannen to Marty [=McFly=] Dr. Emmett Brown, George [=McFly=], and Lorraine [=McFly=] in ''Film/BackToTheFuture''.
* Colonel Miles Quaritch to Jake Sully and Neytiri in ''{{Film/Avatar}}''.
* Virgil Sollozzo and Emilio Barzini to Vito and Michael Corleone in ''Film/TheGodfather''.
** In Part II, Michael has Hyman Roth, and Vito has Francesco Ciccio.
* Warden Samuel Norton and Captain Byron T. Hadley to Andy Dusfrene and Ellis Boyd "Red" Redding in ''TheShawshankRedemption''.
* Captain Louis Renault and Major Heinrich Strasser to Rick Blaine, Ilsa Lund, and Victor Laszlo in ''{{Film/Casablanca}}''.
* General George Allenby, the Turkish Bey, and Mr. Dryden to T.E. Lawrence in ''Film/LawrenceOfArabia''.
* Crassus to Spartacus in ''{{Film/Spartacus}}''.
* Harry Lime and Marv Merchants to Kevin [=McCallister=] in ''Film/HomeAlone''.
* Jim Taylor and Senator Joseph Paine to Jefferson Smith in ''Film/MrSmithGoesToWashington''.
* In ''Film/InTheHeatOfTheNight'', [[spoiler:Ralph Henshaw]] turns out to be the killer Virgil Tibbs spends the entire film looking for.
* Although they do not appear in the film, Joe Lefors and E.H. Harriman are the archenemies of ''Film/ButchCassidyAndTheSundanceKid''.
* Juror #3 and Juror #10 to Juror #8 in ''Film/TwelveAngryMen''.
* The Captain to Luke Jackson in ''Film/CoolHandLuke''.
* Alain Charnier to Jimmy "Popeye" Doyle in ''Film/TheFrenchConnection''.
* Evil Ash and Henrietta Knowby to Ash Williams in ''Franchise/EvilDead''.
* Lucky Ned Pepper to Rooster Cogburn, and Tom Chaney to Mattie Ross in ''Film/TrueGrit''.
* Chief Cicatriz to Ethan Edwards and Martin Pawley in ''Film/TheSearchers''.
* Nathan Burdette and Joe Burdette to Sheriff John T. Chance, Dude, Colorado Ryan, and Stumpy in ''Film/RioBravo''.
* ED-209, Clarence Boddicker, Dick Jones, Cain, Paul McDaggett, and Otomo to [=RoboCop=] in ''Franchise/RoboCop''.
* Mister Joshua, Pieter Vorstedt, Jack Travis, Wah Sing Ku, Arjen Rudd, and General Peter [=McAllister=] to Martin Riggs and Roger Murtaugh in ''Film/LethalWeapon''.
* Colonel Willaim Tavington to Benjamin Martin and Gabriel Martin in ''Film/ThePatriot''.
* Lord Humungous, Immortan Joe, Toecutter, and Auntie Entity to Max Rockatansky in ''Film/MadMax''.
** Immortan Joe is also this to Imperator Furiosa.
* Rameses II to Moses in ''Film/TheTenCommandments''.
* Boris the Animal to Agent J and Agent K in ''Film/MenInBlack3''.
* Sam Gerard and Fredrick Sykes to Dr. Richard Kimble in ''Film/TheFugitive''.
* Norman Stansfield to Léon and Mathilda in ''Film/TheProfessional''.
* Mr. Han to Lee in ''Film/EnterTheDragon''.
* Tyler Durden is this [[spoiler:and the EnemyWithin]] to the ''Film/FightClub'' Narrator.
* The Big Lebowski, Jesus Quintana, and Jackie Treehorn to the Jeffrey "the Dude" Lebowski and Walter Sobchak in ''Film/TheBigLebowski''.
* Principal Edward Rooney to Ferris Bueller in ''Film/FerrisBuellersDayOff''.
* Alejandro Sosa to Tony Montana in ''Film/{{Scarface 1983}}''.
* Alex [=DeLarge=] to Frank Alexander in ''Film/AClockworkOrange''.
* Abigail Williams to John Proctor and Elizabeth Proctor in ''Film/TheCrucible''.
* Jean Vilain, James Munroe, and Conrad Stonebanks to Barney Ross in ''Film/TheExpendables''.
* Jim and Esmeralda to ''Film/EdwardScissorhands''.
* [[DeathSeeker Lieutenant Dan Taylor]] has a grudge against ''Film/ForrestGump'' for saving his life, which has robbed him of his chance to die in battle like his ancestors, and has forced him to live as a cripple. Taylor eventually forgives Forrest after gaining a new found appreciation of life, and the two become friends.
* General Dyer to Mahatma Gandhi in ''Film/{{Gandhi}}''.
* Noah Cross to Jake Gittes and Evelyn Mulwray in ''Film/{{Chinatown}}''.
* Jim Phelps, Sean Ambrose, Owen Davian, and Kurt Hendricks to Ethan Hunt and Luther Stickell in ''Film/MissionImpossible''.
* Calvin Candie and Stephen to Django and Dr. King Schultz in ''Film/DjangoUnchained''.
* Wes Mantooth to Ron Burgundy in ''Film/AnchormanTheLegendOfRonBurgundy''.
* Johnny Ringo and Curly Bill to Wyatt Earp and Doc Holiday in ''Film/{{Tombstone}}''.
* Steamboat Willie to Captain John H. Miller in ''Film/SavingPrivateRyan''.
* Brick Top to Mickey O'Neil in ''Film/{{Snatch}}''.
* Colonel Nathan R. Jessep to Lieutenant Daniel Kaffee and Lieutenant Commander JoAnne Galloway in ''Film/AFewGoodMen''.
* John Doe to William Somerset and David Mills in ''Film/{{Se7en}}''.
* Mr. Blonde, Mr. White, Nice Guy Eddie Cabot, Mr. Pink, Joe Cabot, Mr. Blue, and Mr. Brown to [[spoiler:Mr. Orange]] in ''Film/ReservoirDogs''.
* Little Bill Daggett to William Munny in ''Film/{{Unforgiven}}''.
* Ivan Korshunov to President James Marshall in ''Film/AirForceOne''.
* Rogelio Torrez and Luther Voz to Machete Cortez in ''Film/{{Machete}}''.
* John Kreese, Johnny Lawrence, Chozen, Sato, Terry Silver, and Mike Barnes to Daniel [=LaRusso=] and Mr. Kesuke Miyagi in ''Film/TheKarateKid''.
* Ordell Robbie to ''Film/JackieBrown''.
* Shooter [=McGavin=] to ''Film/HappyGilmore''.
* Frank Costello and Colin Sullivan to Billy Costigan in ''Film/TheDeparted''.
* Margaret White, Billy Nolan, and Chris Hargensen to Carrie White in ''Film/{{Carrie 1976}}''.
* Norman Bates to Lila Crane and Sam Loomis in ''Film/{{Psycho}}''.
* Eve Harrington to Margo Channing and Addison [=DeWitt=] in ''Film/AllAboutEve''.
* Baby Jane Hudson to Blanche Hudson in ''Film/WhateverHappenedToBabyJane?''.
* Daniel Plainview to H.W. Plainview and Eli Sunday in ''Film/ThereWillBeBlood''.
* Al Capone to Eliot Ness in ''Film/TheUntouchables''.
* Spider to Walt Kowalski, Thao Vang Lor, and Sue Lor in ''Film/GranTorino''.
* Tom Keough, Captain [=McClain=], and Commissioner Delaney to Frank Serpico in ''Film/{{Serpico}}''.
* Joseph [=McCarthy=] to Edward R. Murrow in ''Film/GoodNightAndGoodLuck''.
* Walter Chalmers and [[spoiler:Johnny Ross]] to Frank Bullitt in ''Film/{{Bullitt}}''.
* Calvera to Chris Larabee Adams, Vin Tanner, Bernardo O'Reilly, Lee, Harry Luck, Britt, and Chico in ''Film/TheMagnificentSeven''.
* Pete to Shaun in ''Film/ShaunOfTheDead''.
* Richard Nixon and Donald Segretti to Bob Woodward and Carl Bernstein in ''Film/AllThePresidentsMen''.
* Jim Taylor and Senator Paine to Jefferson Smith in ''Film/MrSmithGoesToWashington''.
* Eddie Mars to Philip Marlowe in ''Film/TheBigSleep''.
* Neil McCauley to Lt. Vincent Hanna in ''Film/{{Heat}}''.
** Waingro to Neil. Waingro, a member of Neil's crew, turned an armed robbery into a triple homicide. [[spoiler:With the help of Roger Van Zant and Van Zant's [[TheDragon dragon]] Hugh Benny, Waingro forces another one of Neil's crew, Trejo, to rat Neil out to the cops, resulting in a deadly shootout between Neil's crew and Vincent and his subordinates. Waingro also raped and murdered Trejo's wife while beating Trejo to a pulp, leaving him in such a condition when Neil finds him, he is begging for death. After giving a MercyKill to Trejo (after Trejo tells him everything), Neil is hell--bent on killing Waingro, resulting in his own demise.]]
* Sean Miller to Jack Ryan in ''Film/Patroit Games''.
** Captain Victor Tupolev to Captain Marko Ramius in ''Film/TheHuntForTheRedOctober''.
* Mrs. Eleanor Shaw Iselin to Major Bennett Marco and Raymond Shaw in ''Literature/TheManchurianCandidate''.
* [[spoiler: Captain Dudley Smith]] to Detective Jack Vincennes, Bud White, and Ed Exley in ''Film/LAConfidential''.
* Jamal Malik to Salim Malik in ''Film/SlumdogMillionaire''.
* Simon Skinner to Nicholas Angel in ''Film/HotFuzz''.
* Marko, Murad, Stuart St. John, and Oleg Malankov to Brian Mills in the ''Film/Taken'' series.
* Frank Lucas to Detective Richie Roberts in ''Film/AmericanGangster''.
* Martin Vanger to Lisbeth Salander in ''Film/TheGirlWithTheDragonTattoo''.
* The City Man who evicts the Joads, among others, from their homes in ''Literature/TheGrapesOfWrath''. The City man hates his job, and is only doing it because he was ordered to do so.
* The Wicked Witch of the West to Dorothy Gale, the Wizard of Oz, the Scarecrow, the Tin Man, the Cowardly Lion, and Glinda in ''Film/TheWizardOfOz''.
* Clyde Barrow and Bonnie Parker to Frank Hamer in ''Film/BonnieAndClyde''.
* Jack Torrance to Wendy Torrance, Danny Torrance, and Dick Hallorann in ''Film/TheShining''.
* Betelgeuse to Adam Maitland, Barbara Maitland, Lydia Deetz, and Juno in ''Film/{{Beetlejuice}}''.
* Tommy [=DeVito=], Jimmy Conway, and Henry Hill to Spider the bartender in ''Film/{{Goodfellas}}''.
* Jean-Baptiste Emanuel Zorg to Korben Dallas, Father Vito Cornelius, and Leeloo in ''Film/TheFifthElement''.
* Gunnery Sergeant Hartman to James T. "Joker" Davis and Private Leonard 'Gomer Pyle' Lawrence in ''Film/FullMetalJacket''.
* John Milton to Kevin Lomax in ''Film/TheDevilsAdvocate''.
* High Priest Imhotep to Richard 'Rick' O'Connell, Evelyn 'Evy' Carnahan/O'Connell, Jonathan Carnahan, Ardeth Bay, and Alex O'Connell in ''Film/TheMummyTrilogy''.
** The Dragon Emperor to Zi Yuan in ''Film/TheMummyTombOfTheDragonEmperor''.
* Doctor Frank N'Furtur, Riff Raff, and Magenta to Janet Weiss, Brad Majors, and Rocky Horror in ''Film/TheRockyHorrorPictureShow''.
* The Kurgan to Connor MacLeod and Juan Sanchez Villa-Lobos Ramirez in ''Film/{{Highlander}}''.
* Staff Sergeant Bob Barnes to Sergeant Elias and Chris Taylor in ''Film/{{Platoon}}''.
* Catherine Tramell to Detective Nick Curran in ''Film/BasicInstinct''.
* Frank Booth to Dorothy Vallens and Jeffrey Beaumont in ''Film/BlueVelvet''.
* Vincent to Max Durocher in ''Film/{{Collateral}}''.
* Dr. Zaius to Colonel George Taylor, Cornelius, and Zira in ''Film/PlanetOfTheApes1968''.
** Koba to Caesar in ''Film/DawnOfThePlanetOfTheApes''.
* Police Captain Hank Quinlan to Mike Vargas, Susan Vargas, and Police Sergeant Pete Menzies in ''Film/TouchOfEvil''.
* Drexl Spivey, Vincenzo Coccotti, and Virgil to Clarence Worley and Alabama Whitman in ''Film/TrueRomance''.
* Mama Fratellli, Francis Fratelli, and Jake Fratelli to Michael "Mikey" Walsh, Brandon "Brand" Walsh, Lawrence "Chunk" Cohen, Clark "Mouth" Devereaux, Andrea "Andy" Carmichael, Stephanie "Stef" Steinbrenner, Richard "Data" Wang, and Lotney "Sloth" Fratelli in ''Film/TheGoonies''.
* Tony Wendice to Margot Mary Wendice, Mark Halliday, and Chief Inspector Hubbard in ''Film/DialMForMurder''.
* Roy Batty to Rick Deckard in ''Film/BladeRunner''.
* Samara Morgan to Rachel Keller, Noah Clay, and Aidan Keller in ''Literature/TheRing''.
* Caledon Hockley to Jack Dawson and Rose [=DeWitt=] Bukater in ''Film/{{Titanic 1997}}''.
* Leslie Chow to Phil Wenneck, Stuart "Stu" Price, Alan Garner, and Doug Billings in ''Film/TheHangover''.
* Liberty Valance to Tom Doniphon and Ransom Stoddard in ''Film/TheManWhoShotLibertyValance''.
* Captain Vidal to Ofelia, Mercedes, Dr. Ferreiro, and Pedro in ''Film/PansLabyrinth''.
** The Pale Man to Princess Moanna and the Faun.
* King Edward I to William Wallace in ''Film/{{Braveheart}}''.
* Johnny Friendly to Terry Malloy in ''Film/OnTheWaterfront''.
* Cody Jarrett to Hank Fallon in ''Film/WhiteHeat''.
* Lars Thorwald to L.B. 'Jeff' Jefferies in ''Film/RearWindow''.
* Caesar Enrico Bandello to Sergeant Flaherty in ''Film/LittleCaesar''.
* ''Film/JurassicPark'':
** Rexy to Dr. Alan Grant, Dr. Ian Malcolm, Tim Murphy, and Lex Murphy.
** Dennis Nedry and Lewis Dodgson to John Hammond.
** The Big One to Robert Muldoon.
* Cyrus Grissom to Cameron Poe in ''Film/ConAir''.
* Scut Farkus to Ralphie Parker in ''Film/AChristmasStory''.
* Lori Quaid, Vilos Cohaagen, Richter, [[spoiler: and Benny]], to Douglas Quaid and Melina in ''Film/TotalRecall1990''.
* Agent C.M. Kruger to Max Da Costa in ''Film/{{Elysium}}''.
* Kenneth "Red" Parker, Jr. to John Hancock in ''Film/{{Hancock}}''.
* Mal Cobb to Dom Cobb in ''Film/{{Inception}}''.
* Doyle Lonnegan to Henry Gondorff and Johnny Hooker in ''Film/TheSting''.
* The Duke to Snake Plissken in ''Film/EscapeFromNewYork'' and Cuervo Jones in ''Film/EscapeFromLA''.
* Victor Maitland to Axel Foley in ''Film/BeverlyHillsCop''.
* Ricky Tan, Juntao, and Kenji to Inspector Lee and Detective Carter in ''Film/RushHour''.
* Lo-Pan to Jack Buron in ''Film/BigTroubleInLittleChina''.
* Satan to Jericho Cane in ''Film/EndOFDays''.
* Deckard Shaw, Owen Shaw, Hernan Reyes, Johnny Tran, and Arturo Braga to Dominic Toretto and Brian O'Conner in ''Film/TheFastAndTheFurious''.
* The Zec and Charlie to ''Film/JackReacher''.
* Howard Payne to Jack Traven and Annie Porter in ''Film/{{Speed}}''.
* Benedict and Tony Vivaldi to Jack Slater in ''Film/LastActionHero''.
* General Francis X. Hummel to John Patrick Mason and Stanley Goodspeed in ''Film/TheRock''.
* Nicolai Itchenko and Vladimir Pushkin to Robert McCall in ''Film/TheEqualizer''.
* Damien Thorn and Mrs. Baylock to Robert Thorn and Father Brennen in ''Film/TheOmen''.
* Louis Bloom to Detective Fronteiri and Detective Lieberman in ''Film/{{Nightcrawler}}''.
* Archibald Cunningham to ''Film/RobRoy''.
* Colonel Bagley and Omura to Moritsugu Katsumoto and Nathan Algren in ''Film/TheLastSamurai''.
* The Thing to R.J. [=MacReady=] in ''Film/TheThing1982''.
* Koobus Venter and Piet Smith to Wikus van de Merwe and Christopher Johnson in ''Film/District9''.
* Hjalmar Poelzig to Dr. Vitus Werdegast in ''Film/TheBlackCat''.
* Vincent Ludwig to Lieutenant Frank Drebin in ''Film/TheNakedGun''.
* Judy Barton and Gavin Elster to John "Scottie" Ferguson in ''Film/{{Vertigo}}''.
* Harry Lime to Holly Martins in ''Film/TheThirdMan''.
* Dean Vernon Wormer, Doug Neidermeyer, and Greg Marmalard to John "Bluto" Blutarsky, Eric "Otter" Stratton, Robert Hoover, Larry "Pinto" Kroger, Kent "Flounder" Dorfman, and Daniel "D-Day" Simpson Day, and Donald "Boon" Schoenstein in ''Film/AnimalHouse''.
* Lee Woo-jin to Oh Dae-su in ''Film/{{Oldboy 2003}}'', as he's the one responsible for him being locked up.
* Walter Parks Thatcher and Jim W. Gettys to Charles Foster Kane in ''Film/CitizenKane''.
* Brigid O'Shaughnessy, Joel Cairo, Kasper Gutman, and Wilmer Cook to Sam Spade in ''Film/TheMalteseFalcon''.
* Phillip Vandamm to Roger O. Thornhill and Eve Kendall in ''Film/NorthByNorthwest''.
* Reverend Henry Kane to Carol Anne Freeling and Tangina Barrons in ''Film/Poltergeist''.
* Viktor to Selene, Michael Corvin, and Lucian in ''Film/Underworld''.
* Wild Bill Wharton and Percy Wetmore to John Coffey and Paul Edgecomb in ''Film/TheGreenMile''.
* Hans Beckert and Der Schränker to Inspector Karl Lohmann in ''Film/{{M}}''.
* Captain Terrell to Josey Wales in ''Film/TheOutlawJoseyWales''.
* Stanley Kowalksi to Blanche [=DuBois=] and Stella Kowalski in ''Film/AStreetcarNamedDesire''.
* Captain Esteban Pasquale to Zorro in the 1940 version ''Film/TheMarkOfZorro''. Don Rafael Montero to Don Diego de la Vega and Captain Harrison Love to Alejandro Murrieta in ''Film/TheMaskOfZorro''.
* Ricky Verona and El Huron to Chev Chelios in ''Film/{{Crank}}''
* Field Marshal Erwin Rommel to General George S. Patton Jr. and Field Marshal Sir Bernard Law Montgomery in ''Film/{{Patton}}''.
* Frank and Jim Cunningham to ''Film/DonnieDarko''
* Ray Finkle to Ace Ventura in ''Film/AceVenturaPetDetective''.
* Uncle Rico Dynamite to ''Film/NapoleonDynamite''.
** Summer Wheatley to Pedro Sanchez.
* Keys to E.T. and Elliott in ''Film/ETTheExtraTerrestrial''.
* Grocer to Martin Q. Blank in ''Film/GrossePointeBlank''.
* Brigadier General Jack D. Ripper to Group Capt. Lionel Mandrake, President Merkin Muffley, Dr. Strangelove, Gen. 'Buck' Turgidson, and
Russian Ambassador Alexi de Sadesky in ''Film/DrStrangelove''.
* The Eccentric Millionaire to the Tramp in ''Film/CityLights''.
* Billie "The Blue Bear" Osterman to Maggie Fitzgerald in ''Film/MillionDollarBaby''.
* Juan Trippe to Howard Hughes in ''Film/TheAviator''.
* Frank Abagnale Jr. to Carl Hanratty in ''Film/CatchMeIfYouCan''.
* Jake [=LaMotta=] to Vikki [=LaMotta=], Joey [=LaMotta=], and Sugar Ray Robinson in ''Film/RagingBull''.
* Don Logan to Gary "Gal" Dove, [=DeeDee=] Dove, Aitch, and Jackie in ''Film/SexyBeast''.
* Tran to Kirk Lazarus and Tugg Speedman in ''Film/TropicThunder''.
* Salim Abu Aziz to Harry Trasker in ''Film/TrueLies''.
* Tony Camonte to Inspector Ben Guarino in ''Film/Scarface1932''.
* India Wilkes to Scarlett O'Hara, Rhett Butler, Ashley Wilkes, and Melanie Hamilton in ''Film/GoneWithTheWind''.
* Detective Hal Slocumb to Louise Elizabeth Sawyer and Thelma Yvonne Dickinson in ''Film/ThelmaAndLouise''.
* Eddie Kim to Neville Flynn and Sean Jones in ''Film/SnakesOnAPlane''.
* El Mairachi has Moco in ''Film/El Mariachi'', Bucho in ''Film/{{Desperado}}'', and General Emiliano Marquez in ''OnceUponATimeInMexico''.
** Armando Barillo to Armando Barillo and Jorge Ramírez.
* Gianni Chellini, Johnson, and Wall Street to Frank Martin in ''Series/TheTransporter''.
* Prince Humperdinck to Westley and Buttercup in ''Film/ThePrincessBride''.
** Count Rugen to Inigo Montoya.
* Jade Fox to Li Mu Bai, Yu Shu Lien, and Jen Yu in ''Film/CrouchingTigerHiddenDragon''.
* Rawley Wilkes to J.J. [=McQuade=] in ''Film/LoneWolfMcQuade''.
* Cullen Crisp to Detective John Kimble in ''Film/KindergartenCop''.
* Sheriff Buford T. Justice to the Bandit in ''Film/SmokeyAndTheBandit''.
* John Fain to Jacob McCandles in ''Film/BigJake''.
* Conan the Barbarian has Thulsa Doom in ''Film/ConanTheBarbarian1982'', and Khalar Zym in ''Film/ConanTheBarbarian2011''.
* Timothy to Samantha Caine in ''Film/TheLongKissGoodnight''.
* Colonel Bishop to Captain Peter Blood in ''Film/CaptainBlood''.
* Jareth to Sarah Williams in ''Film/{{Labyrinth}}''.
* Richard Mason to Michael J. "Crocodile" Dundee and Sue Charlton in ''Film/CrocodileDundee''.
* Mick Taylor to Liz Hunter, Kristy Earl, and Men Mitchell in ''Film/WolfCreek''.
* Von Luger to "Cooler King" Hilts in ''Film/TheGreatEscape''.
* Captain Spaulding, Otis B. Driftwood, and Baby to Sheriff Wydell in ''Film/TheDevilsRejects''.
* Damon Killian to Ben Richards to ''Film/TheRunningMan''.
* Zero Wolf to Jaguar Paw in ''Film/{{Apocalypto}}''.
* David [[spoiler: and Max]] to Michael Emerson in ''Film/TheLostBoys''.
* Zé Pequeno, Sandro Cenoura, and Knockout Ned to Buscapé in ''Film/CityOfGod''.
* Jordon Belfort to PAtrick Denham in ''Film/TheWolfOfWallStreet''.
* Johnny Rocco to Frank McCloud in ''Film/KeyLargo''.
* [[spoiler: Herbert MacCaulay]] to Nick Charles and Nora Charles in ''Film/TheThinMan''.
* Mr. Trask to Lieutenant Colonel Frank Slade and Charlie Simms in ''Film/ScentOfAWoman''.
* ''Film/{{Candyman}}'' to Helen Lyle.
* Kang Yeonsak to Mike Banning and President Benjamin Asher in ''Film/OlympusHasFallen''.
* Wong Hoi to Ah Jong, Inspector Li Ying, and Wong Dung-Yu in ''Film/TheKiller''.
* V.I.K.I to Detective Del Spooner, Susan Calvin, and Sonny in ''Film/IRobot''.
* William Stranix and Commander Krill to Casey Ryback in ''Film/UnderSiege''.
* Idi Amin Dada to Nicholas Garrigan in ''Film/TheLastKingOfScotland''.
* Colonel Frank Fitts to Lester Burnham in ''Film/AmericanBeauty''.
* Tommy Udo to Nick Bianco, Assistant District Attorney Louis D'Angelo, and Nettie in ''Film/KissOfDeath''.
* Asami Yamazaki to Shigeharu Aoyama in ''Film/{{Audition}}''.
* The Wolf Man to Sir John Talbot, Dr. Lloyd, Colonel Paul Montford, and Maleva to ''Film/TheWolfMan1941''.
* Marco and Don Luis Sandoval to Cataleya Restrepo in ''Film/{{Colombiana}}''.
* Carnegie to Eli in ''Film/TheBookOfEli''.
* Darkness to Jack o' the Green in ''Film/{{Legend 1985}}''.
* Judge Henry T. Fleming to Arthur Kirkland in ''Film/AndJusticeForAll''.
* Audrey II and Orin Scrivello to Seymour Krelborn and Audrey in ''Film/LittleShopOfHorrors''.
* Hedley Lamarr to Sheriff Bart and the Waco Kid in ''Film/BlazingSaddles''.
* Janine Cody and Andrew Cody to Joshua Cody in ''Film/AnimalKingdom''.
* Ted Winter and Vasily Orlov to Evelyn Salt in ''Film/{{Salt}}''.
* Giuseppi "Papa Joe" Yakavetta to Connor MacManus, Murphy MacManus, and Il Duce in ''Film/TheBoondockSaints''.
* Magua to Hawkeye, Chingachgook, Uncas, Cora Munro, Alice Munro, Col. Edmund Munro, and Major Duncan Heyward in ''Film/LastOfTheMohicans''. Magua has sworn vengeance against the Munro family for the death of his own family and Hawkeye, Chingachgook, Uncas and Major Heyward are protecting the women. Magua has sworn to cut out Col. Munro's heart [[spoiler:and is as good as his word. The verdict at a debate in a Huron village leads to Magua taking Alice prisoner while Cora is to be burned at the stake, prompting Heyward's HeroicSacrifice. Uncas, who loves Alice, [[LeeroyJenkins impulsively]] pursues Magua, leading to his death as Magua cuts him down. Uncas's death prompts Chingachgook to kill Magua to avenge his son.]]
* Mocata to the Duc de Richleau in ''Film/TheDevilRidesOut''.
* Louis Roulet to Mickey Haller and Maggie [=McPherson=] in ''Film/TheLincolnLawyer''.
* Louis Cyphre to Harry Angel in ''Film/AngelHeart''.
* Grant Frost to Danny Roman and Chris Sabian in ''Film/TheNegotiator''.
* Randolph Duke and Mortimer Duke to Louis Winthorpe III and Billy Ray Valentine in ''Film/TradingPlaces''.
* Mr. Jang to Lucy, Professor Samuel Norman, and Pierre del Rio in ''Film/{{Lucy}}''.
* Emil Stenz, Eli Raphelson, and Martin Walker to James Cale, James William Sawyer, and Carol Finnerty in ''Film/WhiteHouseDown''.
* Charles Wheeler to Andrew Beckett and Joe Miller in ''Film/{{Philadelphia}}''.
* Mikhail Rostov to Matt Hunter in ''Film/InvasionUSA1985''.
* Viggo Tarasov and Iosef Tarasov to ''Film/JohnWick''.
* In ''Film/WithoutAClue'', Professor Moriarty and... wait for it... Dr. Watson. Moriarty is the only one smart enough to have figured out that the man called "Sherlock Holmes" is just a front for Watson, who's the real GreatDetective.
* Joe Montague to the green man in ''Film/TheGalaxyInvader''.
* The Pit to Ada in ''Film/JugFace''.
* Howard Saint to Frank Castle in ''Film/{{The Punisher 2004}}''.
* [[spoiler:Lin Yung Chi to Gao Yi]] in ''Film/MaskedAvengers''.
* Sheriff Payden to Jack Justice in ''Film/AmericanJustice''.
* The heads of the Iyi clan to Hanshiro Tsugumo in ''Film/{{Harakiri}}''.
* Jacob Burkitt to Sara in ''Film/ItsMyPartyAndIllDieIfIWantTo''.
* Hanoi Xan to Buckaroo Banzai in ''Film/{{The Adventures of Buckaroo Banzai Across the 8th Dimension}}''.
* Samuel Greely to Ben Carroway in ''Film/PerfectAssassins''.
* Thor to Derek in ''Film/TeenagersFromOuterSpace''.
* Trey to Zoe in ''Film/{{Savaged}}''.
* The Gammon family to Elfie Hopkins in ''Film/ElfieHopkinsCannibalHunter''.
* Redeye to Zack Stone and Butou in ''Film/{{Oblivion 1994}}''.
* Mrs. Albright to Sam Gray in ''Film/{{Stitches 2001}}''.
* [[spoiler:Carlos Malfeitor]] to Jim Morar in ''Film/{{Witchboard}}''.
* The Lifeforce to Jeff Rhodes in ''Film/BloodsuckersFromOuterSpace''.
* Ray Carlton to Len Gamble in ''Film/HeKnowsYoureAlone''.
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10th Aug '16 7:11:19 PM k410ren
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* [[NoNameGiven Harmonica]] and Frank in ''Film/OnceUponATimeInTheWest.'' The former has been hunting the latter for decades to put an end to his horrible crimes and to [[spoiler:avenge the death of his brother]].

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* [[NoNameGiven Harmonica]] and Frank in ''Film/OnceUponATimeInTheWest.'' The former has been hunting the latter for decades to put an end to his horrible crimes and to [[spoiler:avenge the death of his brother]]. Cheyenne to a lesser extent, as Frank, who murdered the family of the woman Cheyenne and Harmonica wind up protecting, framed Cheyenne for the murders.



* Hans Gruber to John [=McClane=] in ''Franchise/DieHard''. Nakatomi Plaza is his defining moment, and Hans' brother Simon even appears seeking revenge. Colonel Stuart, Thomas Gabriel, Yuti Komarov, and Irina Komarov are this to a lesser extent.

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* Hans Gruber to John [=McClane=] in ''Franchise/DieHard''. Nakatomi Plaza is his defining moment, and Hans' brother Simon even appears seeking revenge. Colonel Stuart, Thomas Gabriel, Yuti Yuri Komarov, and Irina Komarov are this to a lesser extent.



* Calvera to Chris Larabee Adams, Vin Tanner, Bernardo O'Reilly , Lee, Harry Luck, Britt, and Chico in ''Film/TheMagnificentSeven''.

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* Calvera to Chris Larabee Adams, Vin Tanner, Bernardo O'Reilly , O'Reilly, Lee, Harry Luck, Britt, and Chico in ''Film/TheMagnificentSeven''.



** Waingro to Neil. Waingro, a member of Neil's crew, turned an armed robbery into a triple homicide. [[spoiler:With the help of Roger Van Zant and Van Zant's [[TheDragon dragon]] Hugh Benny, Waingro forces another one of Neil's crew, Trejo, to rat Neil out to the cops, resulting in a deadly shootout between Neil's crew and Vincent and his subordinates. Waingro also raped and murdered Trejo's wife while beating Trejo to a pulp, leaving him in such a condition when Neil finds him, he is begging for death. After giving a MercyKill to Trejo (after Trejo tells him everything), Neil is hell--bent on killing Waingro, resulting in his own demise.]]



* Magua to Hawkeye and Chingachgook in ''Film/LastOfTheMohicans''.

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* Magua to Hawkeye Hawkeye, Chingachgook, Uncas, Cora Munro, Alice Munro, Col. Edmund Munro, and Major Duncan Heyward in ''Film/LastOfTheMohicans''. Magua has sworn vengeance against the Munro family for the death of his own family and Hawkeye, Chingachgook, Uncas and Major Heyward are protecting the women. Magua has sworn to cut out Col. Munro's heart [[spoiler:and is as good as his word. The verdict at a debate in a Huron village leads to Magua taking Alice prisoner while Cora is to be burned at the stake, prompting Heyward's HeroicSacrifice. Uncas, who loves Alice, [[LeeroyJenkins impulsively]] pursues Magua, leading to his death as Magua cuts him down. Uncas's death prompts Chingachgook in ''Film/LastOfTheMohicans''.to kill Magua to avenge his son.]]
2nd Aug '16 6:51:13 AM JamesAustin
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* Half a century earlier, a much more balanced version of this played out in Britain between UsefulNotes/WilliamGladstone and Creator/BenjaminDisraeli. Gladstone was a vaguely anti-imperialist Liberal (until he took office, whereupon the empire actually nearly grew twice as much as it had under Disraeli), a devout Christian very involved in social causes, and very much a man of ideas. Disraeli was a raw politician (though not without principles), ethnically Jewish, not a particularly serious Anglican, something of a hedonist, and a Conservative imperialist extraordinaire (he was responsible for making Queen Victoria ''Empress'' of India). For her part, the Queen loved Disraeli (and not just for making her an Empress) and hated Gladstone ("He always speaks to me as though I were a public meeting."); she made Disraeli an Earl but didn't even give Gladstone the courtesy of recommending a successor when he retired (and picked his least favourite candidate out of spite). Gladstone was frugal and very good with money (becoming Chancellor of the Exchequer four times, including twice as his own Chancellor); Disraeli was a bit of a spendthrift and kept having to write {{Romance Novel}}s and other penny-dreadfuls to stay solvent. They led their parties against each other in several elections in the late 19th century, more or less taking turns governing the country and trading insults: Disraeli mocked Gladstone's nickname, GOM (the "Grand Old Man"), as really meaning "God's Only Mistake." For his part, Gladstone [[NeverSpeakIllOfTheDead called Disraeli shallow even in death]]. These two men ''hated'' each others' guts with a passion not seen since in British politics.

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* Half a century earlier, a much more balanced version of this played out in Britain between UsefulNotes/WilliamGladstone and Creator/BenjaminDisraeli.UsefulNotes/BenjaminDisraeli. Gladstone was a vaguely anti-imperialist Liberal (until he took office, whereupon the empire actually nearly grew twice as much as it had under Disraeli), a devout Christian very involved in social causes, and very much a man of ideas. Disraeli was a raw politician (though not without principles), ethnically Jewish, not a particularly serious Anglican, something of a hedonist, and a Conservative imperialist extraordinaire (he was responsible for making Queen Victoria ''Empress'' of India). For her part, the Queen loved Disraeli (and not just for making her an Empress) and hated Gladstone ("He always speaks to me as though I were a public meeting."); she made Disraeli an Earl but didn't even give Gladstone the courtesy of recommending a successor when he retired (and picked his least favourite candidate out of spite). Gladstone was frugal and very good with money (becoming Chancellor of the Exchequer four times, including twice as his own Chancellor); Disraeli was a bit of a spendthrift and kept having to write {{Romance Novel}}s and other penny-dreadfuls to stay solvent. They led their parties against each other in several elections in the late 19th century, more or less taking turns governing the country and trading insults: Disraeli mocked Gladstone's nickname, GOM (the "Grand Old Man"), as really meaning "God's Only Mistake." For his part, Gladstone [[NeverSpeakIllOfTheDead called Disraeli shallow even in death]]. These two men ''hated'' each others' guts with a passion not seen since in British politics.
17th Jul '16 8:54:46 AM nombretomado
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* Although they do not appear in the film, Joe Lefors and E.H. Harriman are the archenemies of ''ButchCassidyAndTheSundanceKid''.

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* Although they do not appear in the film, Joe Lefors and E.H. Harriman are the archenemies of ''ButchCassidyAndTheSundanceKid''.''Film/ButchCassidyAndTheSundanceKid''.
27th Jun '16 11:08:23 AM LtFedora
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** Back when traveling by ocean liner was the most efficient way to get across the Atlantic, the two biggest companies were White Star Line and Cunard. Cunard ships were faster and White Star focused more on comfort. After the sinking of UsefulNotes/RMSTitanic, White Star slowly faded away until it was merged with Cunard.
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