Poll: "AFI's 100 Years..." — Which Second Should Have Been First?

A poll by Dibyayan_Chakravorty

Results of 1,132 votes:

  1. 209

    "All About Eve" Bette Davis 1950 20th Century Fox

  2. 62

    "Psycho" Anthony Perkins 1960 Paramount

  3. 59

    Cary Grant

  4. 33


  5. 31


  6. 27

    "West Side Story" (Saul Bass Poster) 1961

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