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Del Spooner (Character)
from I, Robot (2004)

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Del Spooner (Will Smith) is a Chicago homicide detective... See more »

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  1. "Robot Chicken"
        - Kiddie Pool (2005) TV episode, Played by Donald Faison
  2. I, Robot (2004) Played by Will Smith

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From I, Robot (2004)
Susan Calvin: I don't understand. Alfred wrote the Three Laws. Why would he build a robot that could break them?
Detective Del Spooner: Hansel and Gretel.
Susan Calvin: What?
Detective Del Spooner: Two kids, lost in the forest. Leave behind a trail of bread crumbs.
Susan Calvin: Why?
Detective Del Spooner: To find their way home. How the hell did you grow up without reading Hansel and Gretel?
Susan Calvin: Is that really relevant?
Detective Del Spooner: Everything I'm trying to say to you is about Hansel and Gretel. You didn't read it, I'm talking to the wall.
Susan Calvin: Okay. Okay.
Detective Del Spooner: All right, look, just say Lanning was locked down so tight he couldn't get out a message. All he could do was leave me clues, like a trail of bread crumbs.
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