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Col. Robert Moore (Character)
from The General's Daughter (1999)

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Colonel Moore

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  1. The General's Daughter (1999) Played by James Woods (as Colonel Moore)
    ... aka "The General's Daughter: Elizabeth Campbell" - Japan (English title)

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From The General's Daughter (1999)
[Brenner talks to Colonel Moore in his jail cell]
Brenner: What happened sophomore year at the Point?
Brenner: [Moore remains silent without answering, as Brenner grabs Moore] You're a murderer or an accessory to murder. Either way, you're gonna get burned at the stake. Nobody's gonna bail you out!
Colonel Robert Moore: [Brenner locks Moore in his cell, as he walks away Moore speaks] It was awful.
Brenner: It was awful. Go ahead. What, she violated a code? She cheated? She lied? What?
Colonel Robert Moore: Worse.
Brenner: Drugs.
Colonel Robert Moore: Worse.
Brenner: Rape.
Colonel Robert Moore: [Moore slowly moves from the back of his cell to the front, telling to Brenner's face] Worse.
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