Since the inventions of the moving picture camera and projectors and television technology, people have enjoyed the films and TV shows created.
While many have been memorable far fewer can be considered iconic.
Actor and icon himself George Takei asked his Twitter followers:
"Which TV or film performances do you think are the most iconic, folks?"
\u201cWhich TV or film performances do you think are the most iconic, folks?\u201d— George Takei (@George Takei) 1669340760
People were happy to share their thoughts.
Suranne Jones as Anne Lister. If you haven’t seen Gentleman Jack, you should. pic.twitter.com/36ofVmuGbe— Julie Holloway, BS, RDH, DDS, MS, FACP (@prosjules) November 25, 2022
The Wizard Of Oz
Aside Mr Zulu, Don Adams as Maxwell Smart. pic.twitter.com/KiSkBwqvc1— Adrián Tichno🇺🇦 (@MATichno) November 25, 2022
Rocky Horror Picture Show
Tim Curry-Frank N Furter pic.twitter.com/znnX6LW3KQ— Carbon Based 🌊🇺🇦✌️ (@KevinMc31296363) November 25, 2022
The Third Man
Back To The Future
Apocalypse Now. Brando at his big speech and Martin Sheen in the drunk scene. pic.twitter.com/RNZFJbqraO— CameraguyRob🇨🇦 (@CameraguyRob) November 25, 2022
Edward Winter, was only in 7 episodes, and was typecast. An amazing talent. pic.twitter.com/6RCfdf9HCS— Phelps Prescott (@PhelpsPrescott) November 25, 2022
Silence Of The Lambs
Anthony Hopkins, Hannibal Lecter pic.twitter.com/Ou7rTZLuvV— Grace Alexander (@GraceAl38236563) November 25, 2022
F Murray Abraham was brilliant in "Amadeus" pic.twitter.com/TMKPeLkeqN— Mike Whitener (@mikecardsfan) November 25, 2022
We all have our own tastes in entertainment.
So, did your iconic moments make the list?