So, we have a battle of two of the greatest leading men in cinematic history, and can only convince 32 people to decide between them? Crazy, I tell ya, crazy. Well, anyway, after our second lowest voter turnout in Battle Royale history, we do have a winner to announce between the battle between laconic leading men, Gary Cooper and Gregory Peck. And that winner is, with a difference of just two votes, 17 to 15, or 53% to 47% for the stats nerds in the crowd, Mr. Frank James Cooper, better known as Gary Cooper. Yes folks, it looks like Sergeant York is slightly more popular than Atticus Finch. Lou Gehrig over Captain Ahab. Jimmy Ringo beaten down by Link Jones. But yeah, it was pretty damn close - just the way we like it here at The Most Beautiful Fraud in the World - and therefore, a true battle. A true Battle Royale. Then again, the voter turnout would make this an even better thing. With each Battle Royale, I wish and hope to get those voting numbers into the triple digits, but it has yet to happen. With a career best of 66 votes (waaay back in Battle Royale #2) and a career low of 28, it just seems like the idea of such an ongoing contest is something unwanted by most people out there. You would think there would be enough classic cinema fans out there in cyberland to make this kind of thing a big success, but alas, it does not seem to be. But enough bellyachin', we have another Battle Royale to prepare for in just a few days, and this one is going to be a tough one...a tough guy one in fact. See ya in a few days with the battlin' combatants - and maybe this time more people will care about the whole shebang.