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Tom Powers (James Cagney, "The Public Enemy," 1931): Never has a man treated a grapefruit -- nor the woman whose face receives it -- so roughly.

Rico Bandello (Edward G. Robinson, "Little Caesar," 1931): This snarling mob hopeful was willing to eliminate anyone who stood in his way of accruing ever-greater power.

Bonnie Parker and Clyde Barrow (Faye Dunaway and Warren Beatty, "Bonnie and Clyde," 1967): "They're young, they're in love, and they kill people." That line in the film's ads pretty much said it all.

Sonny Corleone (James Caan, "The Godfather," 1972): Several family members could have made this list, but we're opting for hotheaded Sonny, whose temper made him fascinating to watch ... and, inevitably, led him to a memorably violent exit.

Tony Montana (Al Pacino, "Scarface," 1983): You can't do this list without including the proudly strutting, relentless power seeker whose ultimate moment came when he raised a »

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