I’ll go first... pic.twitter.com/R10OMyhD1O— Nina Lee (@NinaSerafina) June 3, 2021
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Alan Ford, playing Brick Top in Snatch
Brad Pitt. True Romance
Jim Carrey, The Dead Pool
I was thinking Rodney Dangerfield in Caddy shack. Cannot confirm his screen time.
"You scratched my anchor"
The first Mrs. De Winter in Rebecca.
Shirley Eaton in Goldfinger:
I think it's hard to top Anthony Hopkins/Hannibal Lecter in Silence of the Lambs.
Others I'd mention
Sean Penn/Spicolli in Fast Times at Ridgemont High. Also from Fast Times, as a 12-13 year old boy, Phoebe Cates had a huge impact on me personally.
R Lee Ermey/Hartman in Full Metal Jacket
Randall Tex Cobb/Leonard Smalls in Raising Arizona
Keaton/Bettleguese in Beetlejuice (saw someone claiming he had less than 17 minutes of screen time)
Alec Baldwin in Glengarry Glen Ross
"Coffee is for Closers!"
Cates pool scene might be one of the most iconic scenes of all times. You could add it to "The Passion of the Christ" and it would still be perfect.