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Roy Neary (Character)
from Close Encounters of the Third Kind (1977)

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Close Encounters of the Third Kind -- Richard Dreyfuss stars as an average guy who stumbles unto an encounter with a UFO while the U.S. government plots an elaborate cover-up of the impending UFO landing. One of the best science fiction films of all time!
Close Encounters of the Third Kind -- A line worker, after a encounter with UFO's, feels undeniably drawn to an isolated area in the wilderness where something spectacular is about to happen.
Close Encounters of the Third Kind -- A line worker, after a encounter with UFO's, feels undeniably drawn to an isolated area in the wilderness where something spectacular is about to happen.

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Roy Neary (played by Oscar winner Richard Dreyfuss) born in December 4... See more »

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  1. Close Encounters of the Third Kind (1977) Played by Richard Dreyfuss
    ... aka "CE3K" - USA (informal short title)
    ... aka "The Special Edition: Close Encounters of the Third Kind" - USA (reissue title)

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From Close Encounters of the Third Kind (1977)
Brad Neary: I don't understand these fractions.
Roy Neary: What's one third of sixty?
Brad Neary: [bewildered] That's a fraction, I don't understand them.
Roy Neary: [using a model train as an object lesson] Alright, let's say that this boxcar is sixty feet long, OK?, and one third of it is across this switch here, alright... And now another train is coming... Now, how far do you have to move this boxcar so that the other train doesn't smash it? Quickly Brad, there are thousands of lives at stake... Brad any answer...
[CRASH]
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