The 1970's female movie heroine that you are most like is Diana Christensen of Network. Played by Faye Dunaway, this bad ass chick proved that she could roll with the guys and even outsmart them. Not only was Diana one of the first true examples of female strength and intelligence, but she did it all without ever losing her cool.
Diana Christensen (Network)
The 1970's movie heroine that you're most like is Ripley from Alien! Played by Sigourney Weaver, Ripley was one of those female characters that proved the best motivation is humanity, inner strength, and conviction for good. Not only was Ripley a good person, but she could take on the bad guys better than any of her peers!
The 1970's movie heroine that you're most like is Norma Rae from Norma Rae! As played by Sally Field, Norma Rae may not come across as your traditional movie heroine, but that's because Norma was (and is) a feminist icon for the ages. This female role demonstrated the merits of sacrifice, hard work, and dedication in fulfilling your dreams.
The 1970's movie heroine that you're most like is Princess Leia of Star Wars! Played by the always amazing Carrie Fisher, Leia was more than just a pretty face. She could take on the bad guys just as well as her male peers (and often a bit better).
Princess Leia (Star Wars)
The 1970's female heroine that you're most like is Jacy Farrow of The Last Picture Show. As played by Cybill Shepherd, Jacy was a heroine in her vulnerability, honesty, ability to embrace the unknown, and unshakeable personality. She was a true demonstration of a strong female lead.