Play it, Sam.

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Your Score: Humphrey Bogart

You scored 30% Tough, 4% Roguish, 47% Friendly, and 19% Charming!

You’re the original man of honor, rough and tough but willing to stick your neck out when you need to, despite what you might say to the contrary. You’re a complex character full of spit and vinegar, but with a soft heart and a tender streak that you try to hide. There’s usually a complicated dame in the picture, someone who sees the real you behind all the tough talk and can dish it out as well as you can. You’re not easy to get next to, but when you find the right partner, you’re caring and loyal to a fault. A big fault. But you take it on the chin and move on, nursing your pain inside and maintaining your armor…until the next dame walks in. Or possibly the same dame, and of all the gin joints in all the world, it had to be yours. Co-stars include Ingrid Bergman and Lauren Bacall, hot chicks with problems.

Find out what kind of classic dame you’d make by taking the
Classic Dames Test.

Link: The Classic Leading Man Test written by gidgetgoes.

I was kinda hoping for Boris Karloff or Peter Lorre… XD

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3 comments so far

  1. argh_jim on

    I’ve taken that test twice in the last three years, hoping each time to get Cary Grant, but I always get Jimmy Stewart. Which isn’t all bad, I suppose, but I’m just too damn nice!

  2. surakofb5 on

    Hee. I scored as Myrna Loy, of whom I’ve barely heard. (I don’t do classics much.) Co-stars are William Powell and Cary Grant. Hey, Cary Grant is charming, if a bit of a rogue.

  3. nsingman on

    But Bogie is so cool! I’d love to be Bogie! Except for the whole being dead thing. :-)


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