A Price On Your Head, 9 Movie Bounty Hunters

Thursday, January 12 by Joseph Gibson

Boba Fett

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How a minor character in “The Empire Strikes Back” managed to become such a massively popular cinematic bounty hunter is anyone’s guess, but for many people of a certain age, Boba Fett is how they learned the term “bounty hunter.” The guy who hunts down Han Solo, Luke Skywalker, and friends, has a reputation as a badass that his movie appearances don’t always back up, but no one can argue with his mysterious iconic power.

Jack Walsh

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<p>Robert De <span data-scayt_word=Niro’s bounty hunter in “Midnight Run” has to deal with one of the more annoying problems a bounty hunter can encounter: A really annoying bounty. That bounty is the high-strung accountant Charles Grodin, and they end up forming a begrudging friendship. Still, annoying.