Top 80 villains of the '80s: Ivan Drago to Johnny Lawrence
Do you feel a darkness inside? As if millions of voices suddenly cried out in terror and were suddenly silenced? That's because we're only on Day 2 of the Top 80 Villains of the '80s list.
Today's big winner: William Zabka, who never played a nice guy in his life. Well, that may be going too far. But it doesn't feel like it.
TOP 80 VILLAINS OF THE '80s (Nos. 61 to 70):
70. IVAN DRAGO (Dolph Lundgren) in Rocky IV (1985): "If he dies, he dies."
69. JUDGE DOOM (Christopher Lloyd) in Who Framed Roger Rabbit (1988): "Remember me, Eddie? When I killed your brother, I talked... just... like... THIS!"
68. RANDOLPH AND MORTIMER DUKE (Ralph Bellamy and Don Ameche) in Trading Places (1983): "Mother always said you were greedy." ... "She meant it as a compliment."
67. BURT JOHNSON (Stephen Elliott) in Arthur (1981): "Why don't you forget the moose for a moment!"
66. HARDY JENNS (Craig Sheffer) in Some Kind of Wonderful (1987): "It's Hardy Jenns. With TWO n's."
65. SARDO NUMSPA (Charles Dance) in The Golden Child (1986): "You've no idea who I am, have you?"
64. BALBRICKER (Nancy Parsons) in Porky's (1982): "Now listen: we have got to do it, as distasteful as it is. I know it's him. That
tallywhacker had a mole on it. And that mole is the key to it. "
63. THE JUDGE (Robert Prosky) in The Natural (1984): "I thought I could rely on your honor!"
62. RACHEL PHELPS (Margaret Whitton) in Major League (1989): "We're having a few problems that have forced us to cut back on equipment. ... Ooh! Cups still work, though."
61. JOHNNY LAWRENCE (William Zabka) in The Karate Kid (1984): "You couldn't leave well enough alone, could you, little twerp? No, you had to push it. Well, now you're gonna pay!"
Sneak peak at tomorrow's list: "I am gravely disappointed. Again you have made me unleash my dogs of war."