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Published Date: 9/29/2014
For over 50 years James Bond has been entertaining us with his larger-than-life exploits in exotic locations. But his adventures wouldn't even get started without the grand schemes and diabolical dreams of his villainous foes. Take a moment to explore your dark side...
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Published Date: 9/9/2014
For many of us the campy 1960s Batman TV series was our introduction to the Dark Knight and his memorable rogues' gallery. While some fantasized about being the caped crusader, the boy wonder or Bat Girl, others dreamed and schemed about taking over Gotham City and...
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Published Date: 5/20/2014
Can you tell these two mobsters apart? We'll give you a quote and you decide who said it: Vito Corleone or Tony Soprano?
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Published Date: 5/18/2014
Every hero needs a good villain. Don't believe us? Just try to imagine Star Wars without Darth Vader or The Wizard of Oz without the Wicked Witch of the West... We're remembering some of cinema's best bad apples – and the marvelous actors who portrayed them – with a...
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Published Date: 5/18/2014
Without a good villain, a hero's journey is a dull, uninteresting affair. In honor of the contributions that scoundrels – and the actors who've so brilliantly portrayed them – have made to the television shows we love, we bring you our favorite TV villains.
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Published Date: 5/18/2014
Robert J. Wilke's name may not ring a bell, but chances are good you've enjoyed watching him get arrested, beaten up or worse. For 45 years Wilke, who would have turned 100 today, was Hollywood's go-to guy for villains...
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