Back when Gordon Gekko was a master of the universe in Wall Street, the sleek tiger in a power necktie knew what he wanted (everything) and what he would do to get it (anything). Greed...is good, he famously declared, the man's material lust embodied with Oscar-winning polish by Michael Douglas in Oliver Stone's 1987 portrait of a go-go, gone-gone era. Gekko stalked and pounced in a stratosphere measured by leveraged buyouts and timed by gold Rolex watches. His fate? At the end of Wall Street, he turned in his fancy timepiece for a stint in the slammer.
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