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Robert Angier (Character)
from The Prestige (2006)

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The Prestige -- US Home Video Trailer from Newmarket Films
The Prestige -- Bonus Clip: Screenwriter - :52
The Prestige -- Bonus Clip: Christian Bale - :19
The Prestige -- Bonus Clip: Hugh Jackman - 19
The Prestige -- Bonus Clip: Magicians and Scientists - 26

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Robert Angier, one of the two magicians encapsulated in rivalry with his opposite showman... See more »

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  1. The Prestige (2006) Played by Hugh Jackman

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From The Prestige (2006)
Alfred Borden: He's progressive, he's predictable, he's boring. I mean, Milton's got success, whatever that means, and now he's scared, he won't take any risks at all. I mean, he's squandering the goodwill of the audience with these tired, second-rate tricks...
Robert Angier: They're all favorites, please...
Alfred Borden: Favorites? Come on, give me something fresh, he wont even try a bloody bullet catch!
Cutter: A bullet catch is suicide, all it takes is some smart-ass volunteer to put a button in the barrel...
Alfred Borden: Fine, use a plant!
Robert Angier: You can't use plants for every trick!
Julia McCullough: There'll be no seats left for the punters!
[laughs]
Alfred Borden: Fine, no bullet catch, whatever, but the point is... a real magician tries to invent something new, that other magicians are gonna scratch their heads over, you know?
Cutter: Right, then you sell it to him for a small fortune?
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