Natalie Wood is the winner of the 2015 Favorite Classic Movie Actress Tournament. Myrna Loy hung with her for a couple of days, then Natalie powered past her and won going away, 323-173.
She joins Irene Dunne, Ginger Rogers, Carole Lombard and Bette Davis in the actress hall of fame.
And I have to say, Natalie Wood is a worthy champion, if only for that scene in Miracle on 34th Street where Edmund Gwenn teaches her how to imitate a monkey and she promptly writes a 3,000 word essay about Charlie Chaplin.
Okay, screw you — you remember movies your way, I'll remember them mine.