Since we're in a Star Trek forums, I'd say that Lt. Alex Munro tops them both.
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John Wayne is the coolest of the two. But what I've been wondering, is how Bruce Lee slipped into a forum about tough guys? He was a skinny little guy with a high pitched voice. Both John Wayne and Chuck Norris engaged in unarmed fights, shootouts, knives, bombs, air craft fights, on horseback in vehicles, you name it, they did it....and every inch of the way was awesome! Bruce Lee jumped around and screamed, made faces and well...ok he was Jim Carry of Asia. ...im going to get so much flak for this ^^'
John Wayne. There is none tougher than The Duke. I give Chuck his propts, and I agree that it may well be that Chuck, out of sheer respect, would not outdo The Duke, The Duke was and is the most awesome, and had some of the best lines.
"I wouldn't say that too often to me, and one more time is too often."
" I won't be wronged. I won't be insulted. I won't be laid a-hand on. I don't do these things to other people, and I require the same from them. "
"Put it in a nutshell? You couldn't put it in a barrel without a bottom. You're the longest winded bastard I've ever known."
"Out here a man settles his own problems."
"Don't say it?s a fine morning or I'll shoot ya"
"Tomorrow is the most important thing in life. Comes into us at midnight very clean. It's perfect when it arrives and it puts itself in our hands. It hopes we've learned something from yesterday."
"You do and it'll be the biggest mistake YOU ever made, you Texas brush-popper! "
"Young fella, if you're looking for trouble, I'll accommodate you. Otherwise, leave it alone."
"Fill your hand you son of a *****!"
Also you forgot:
"You want that gun, pick it up. I wish you would." (from Rio Bravo)
"I won't try to hide behind the Law if what I stand for is what's Right."