The ferocious feud between father and son Darth Vader and Luke Skywalker in Star Wars has been named the most memorable rivalry in cinema history in a poll of film fans.
The sleuth Sherlock Holmes and his criminal counterpart Professor Moriarty came third with 10% of the vote in the poll which saw 1,100 film fans questioned by movie rental and streaming service LoveFilm.
Others that made the top 10 include Russell Crowe's Maximus and Joaquin Phoenix's Commodus from Ridley Scott's epic historical drama Gladiator, Neo and Agent Smith in The Matrix and Bill and the Bride in Kill Bill.
LoveFilm editor Helen Cowley said: "The rivalry between the hero and the anti-hero is often what makes a film or TV show so compelling and in a lot of cases is one of the reasons we fall in love with the character in the first place. Batman wouldn't be what he is without the Joker and the same can be said of Luke Skywalker and Darth Vader - and we love to watch these power struggles play out."