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Capt. Ronald Speirs (Character)
from "Band of Brothers" (2001)

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Band of Brothers: Season 1: Episode 10 -- In the conclusion of this HBO miniseries, Major Winters leads Easy Company into the Bavarian town of Berchtesgaden--once the home of the Third Reich's officers--and receives orders to take the abandoned 'Eagle's Nest,' Hitler's mountaintop fortress.

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Ronald C. Speirs

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TV:
  1. "Band of Brothers"
        - Points (2001) TV episode, Played by Matthew Settle (as Ronald C. Speirs)
        - Why We Fight (2001) TV episode, Played by Matthew Settle (as Ronald C. Speirs)
        - The Last Patrol (2001) TV episode, Played by Matthew Settle (as Ronald C. Speirs)
        - The Breaking Point (2001) TV episode, Played by Matthew Settle (as Ronald C. Speirs)
        - Carentan (2001) TV episode, Played by Matthew Settle (as Ronald C. Speirs)
          (1 more)

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From "Band of Brothers: The Breaking Point (#1.7)" (2001)
Capt. Ronald Speirs: Well, go ahead and ask me.
C. Carwood Lipton: Ask you what, sir?
Capt. Ronald Speirs: The stories about me. You want to know if they're true, right? You know the funny thing about stories like that? Everyone always says they heard it from someone who was there. Then if you ask that person, they say *they* heard it from someone who was there, and so on. I bet if you went back 2,000 years, you'd find a bunch of centurions standing around talking about how Tertius lopped the heads off of some Carthaginian prisoners.
C. Carwood Lipton: Well, sir, maybe they kept talking about it because they never heard Tertius deny it.
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