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Jerry Siegel & Joe Shuster's comic book hero from Krypton who is 'faster than a speeding bullet,...'Superman
95.4%
Comic book superhero into whom Peter Parker is transformed when a mutant spider bites him,
giving him great strength and climbing ability.
Spider-Man
94.6%
Black-clad villain, the Dark Lord of the Sith
and father of Luke Skywalker.
Darth Vader
93.8%
Alien film character who is stranded
and wants to 'phone home' in
Steven Spielberg's film The Extra-Terrestrial.
E.T.
93.8%
Friendly ghost of comic book and film fame.Casper
92.9%
Walt Disney's most famous cartoon character, introduced in 1928 in Plane Crazy--
his girlfriend is Minnie and his dog is Pluto.
Mickey Mouse
92.9%
Huge white whale that kills those trying to hunt him down in Herman Melville's most famous book.Moby Dick
92.5%
Archaeologist hero of George Lucas' adventure movie Raiders of the Lost Ark and its sequels.Indiana Jones
91.3%
Sailor-man and superhero who gets
his strength from eating spinach.
Popeye
91.3%
Giant gorilla who when brought to New York City from Skull Island climbs the Empire State Building and is shot down by airplanes in a 1933 film.King Kong
90.9%
Young farmboy from the remote desert planet
of Tatooine who becomes a Jedi Knight.
Luke Skywalker
89.6%
Charming cat who entertains 2 young
children with his tricks in a Dr. Seuss tale.
Cat in the Hat
89.2%
Character who says 'Good Grief' and constantly gets
the football snatched away just before he kicks it in
Charles Schulz's comic strip Peanuts.
Charlie Brown
86.7%
Little people in L. Frank Baum's
The Wonderful Wizard of Oz.
Munchkins
85.5%
Legendary lawman whose horse is named
Silver and whose companion is Tonto.
The Lone Ranger
84.2%
Beagle who periodically fights his archenemy, the Red Baron, in Charles Schulz's Peanuts comic strip.Snoopy
83.8%
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Huge, hairy, manlike creature with long arms
said to lurk about the Pacific Northwest--
also called 'Big Foot.'
Sasquatch
78%
Computer endowed with artificial intelligence who tries to take over the spacecraft Discovery in
Arthur C. Clarke's 2001: A Space Odyssey.
Hal 9000
76.3%
Large giant of American origin who says 'Ho-Ho-Ho'
as he helps to sell vegetable products.
Jolly Green Giant
75.1%
Legendary giant lumberjack with
superhuman strength and a
large blue ox as a companion and friend.
Paul Bunyan
71.4%
Charles Schultz's Peanuts comic strip character who offers psychiatric help for 5 cents.Lucy Van Pelt
69.3%
German shepherd dog nicknamed 'Rinty'
featured in movies and TV shows.
Rin Tin Tin
61.4%
A famous lumberjack's giant blue ox.Babe
58.1%
Rabbit created by Joel Chandler Harris
in his Uncle Remus stories.
Brer Rabbit
53.5%
Klondike half-dog, half-wolf that ends his days in California in a book by Jack London.White Fang
46.5%
Invisible 6-foot rabbit who makes friends with the drunken Elwood P. Dowd in a play by Mary Chase.Harvey
40.7%
Negro laborer who, according to legend, died competing with a slegehammer against a steam drill.John Henry
38.6%
Legendary cowboy said to have dug the Rio Grande.Pecos Bill
24.5%
Lee Falk and Ray Moore's comic strip character
having the real name Kit Walker and known as
the 'Ghost Who Walks.'
The Phantom
22.8%
St. Bernard-Scotch Collie who lives a miserable existence until he escapes in
Jack London's The Call of the Wild.
Buck
18.7%
Lame legendary grizzly in Yoknapatawpha County in William Faulkner's 'The Bear' in Go Down, Moses.Old Ben
0.8%

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