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Between Julie Newmar in 1966 in the "Batman" TV series, Michelle Pfeiffer in 1992's 'Batman Returns' and Halle Berry in 2004's 'Catwoman,' it's hard to choose who was the sexier Catwoman!
Just when we thought no one could run the West like John Wayne as Rooster Cogburn in the original 1969 version of True Grit, Jeff Bridges had no problem owning the West when he portrayed Rooster in 2010.
Not only did they play the same roles and have the same name, they even looked alike! That's Dick York and Dick Sargent from the hit T.V.
show "Bewitched." York played Darrin Stephens from 1964 to 1969. Sargent then replaced York from 1969-1972.
The ladies couldn't resist Michael Caine or Jude Law as the seductive womanizing Alfie. Caine made the girls swoon in 1966 and Law portrayed the adorable bachelor in 2004.
The "S" or keep it tacked on to their last names, George Reeves and Christopher Reeve wore the "S" proudly for their roles as the comic hero Superman. Known for being a great role model for kids, George Reeves was the face of the "Adventures of Superman" in the '50s. Twenty years later, a much more chiseled version of the superhero played by Christopher Reeve in several films throughout the late '70s and '80s.
In the 1989 Tim Burton version of 'Batman,' Jack Nicholson gave a memorable performance as the Joker, then Heath Ledger's portrayal, in 'The Dark Knight,' took the Joker to a whole new psychotic level.
Gene Wilder made the character of Willy Wonka famous in 1971 but Johnny Depp gave the character a psychedelic twist in the Tim Burton 2005 version.
From Michael Keaton starting the big screen franchise in 1989 to George Clooney taking over in 1997 to Christian Bale reviving the role in 2005, all three actors had their own take on the Batman franchise.
IN PICS: Same Character, Different Actor
From Catwoman to Willy Wonka, a number of beloved movie characters have been brought to life by many different actors. Check out our gallery to take a look back at some of the most memorable multiple-actor roles.