Tyrone Power and Henry Fonda in Jesse James (1939)
Rank Title Points Votes Your Vote
1

Pardners in crime Newman (Butch Cassidy) and Redford (the Sundance Kid) are at the top of their respective games.

Current Score:
124
Total Votes:
220
2
Wayne (as Sheriff John Chance) and Martin's longtime familiarity with each other lends added depth to their characters' rapport.
Current Score:
122
Total Votes:
212
3
Good guy Logan (Freeman) teams up with his bad-boy buddy Munny (Eastwood) in an inimitable pairing of two dramatic greats.
Current Score:
94
Total Votes:
186
4
In a stroke of genius casting, Hollywood's go-to guys for ornery tough-guy charm join forces to great affect.
Current Score:
93
Total Votes:
175
5
As Wyatt Earp and his anemic friend Doc Holliday, Russell and Kilmer make riveting movie magic whenever they're together on-screen.
Current Score:
89
Total Votes:
181
6
Jesse (Power) and Frank James (Fonda) team up to masterfully convey the forceful bond between two brothers on the trail.
Current Score:
-12
Total Votes:
110
7

A wise-cracking train robber (Wilson) is the perfect foil for the fish-out-of-water Chinese soldier (Chan) he encounters out west.

Current Score:
-29
Total Votes:
137
8
The subtle emotional relationship between the Kid (Newman) and a rancher he befriends (Keith-Johnston) hits all the right notes.
Current Score:
-40
Total Votes:
98
9
Sam Peckinpah brings out the best in Kristofferson and Coburn, who play off each other perfectly as two sides of the same soul.
Current Score:
-44
Total Votes:
112
10
Johnny Depp brings his trademark charm to the role of a mild accountant, with Farmer's spiritual Native American providing the perfect contrast.
Current Score:
-60
Total Votes:
118