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The Great Villain Blogathon 2017 – Day 3 Recap

Villains, villains, villains… Here’s Day 3 recap of The Great Villain Blogathon 2017! Who’s your favorite?

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Villains, anyone??

It’s Day 3 of the 2017 Great Villain Blogathon, and our bad guys and gals are still going strong! We’ve got enough nasty ne’er-do-wells, conscienceless creeps, and mercenary miscreants to satisfy any fiendish appetite!

So settle in and take a gander at today’s Featured Villains. (And if you’re a blogger who uploaded an entry today that’s not listed below, never fear. Ruth will include it in her recap on Friday!)

Don’t be a fraidy-cat. Enjoy!

Silver Screenings

Sonny Tufts as Steve in The Virginian (1946)

I Found It At The Movies

Patrick McGoohan as King Edward I in Braveheart (1995)

Mike’s Take on the Movies

Al Lettieri in The Getaway (1972) and Mr. Majestyk (1974)

Movies Silently

Ben Turpin as Mr. Flip (1909)

Life’s Daily Lessons Blog

Where Would We Be Without Villains?

Portraits by Jenni

Gladys Cooper as Mrs. Henry Vale in Now, Voyager (1942)

No Nonsense with…

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6 thoughts on “The Great Villain Blogathon 2017 – Day 3 Recap

    1. Oh so may to choose from. Darth Vader, Annie Wilkes from Misery, Frank in Once Upon a Time in the West, Tommy de Vito in Goodfellas, Maggie from Addicted to Love; but if I have to call it, my favourite is Anton Chigurh from No Country for Old Men.

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    2. Oh, yes! Javier Bardem makes an exquisite villain. A sophisticated hitman. I love watching his killing techniques. Awesome choice! I would say that Maggie is a villain I can understand and forgive. I can’t really see her as a villain. She’s a hurt woman who seeks revenge for having her feelings messed-up with. She’s ok… 🙂

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