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Bob (Character)
from Sin City (2005)

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Bob is a corrupt sin city cop. See more »

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  1. Sin City: A Dame to Kill For (2014) Played by Jeremy Piven
    ... aka "Sin City 2" - USA (informal alternative title)

  2. Sin City (2005) Played by Michael Madsen
    ... aka "Frank Miller's Sin City" - USA (complete title)

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From Sin City (2005)
[Hartigan is on his way to go save a girl from a rapist]
Bob: I'm gonna get on the horn and wait for back-up. We're gonna wait for back-up!
John Hartigan: Sure, Bob. You'll call for back-up. And we'll sit on our hands while that Roark brat gets his sick thrills from victim number four. Victim number four! Nancy Callahan. Age 11. She'll be raped and slashed to ribbons. And that back-up we're waiting on will just happen to show up late enough to let Roark get back home to his U.S. Senator daddy and everything will be fine until Junior gets the itch again.
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