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Lt. Col. Hal Moore (Character)
from We Were Soldiers (2002)

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We Were Soldiers -- US Home Video Trailer from Paramount

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Biography:
Harold Gregory "Hal" Moore, Jr. (born February 13... See more »
Alternate Names:
Hal Moore

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  1. "Fight or Die"
        - Valley of Death (2008) TV episode, Played by Jeff Hamilton (as Hal Moore)
  2. We Were Soldiers: Getting It Right (2002) (V) Played by Mel Gibson
  3. We Were Soldiers (2002) Played by Mel Gibson
    ... aka "Once and Forever" - Japan (English title) (imdb display title)

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Quotes:
From We Were Soldiers (2002)
Lt. Colonel Hal Moore: Glad you made it son.
Joe Galloway: Thank you, Sir, You too.
Lt. Colonel Hal Moore: [after a short pause] I'll never forgive myself.
Joe Galloway: For what, Sir.
Lt. Colonel Hal Moore: That my men - that my men died and I didn't.
Joe Galloway: Sir, I don't - I don't know how to tell this story.
Lt. Colonel Hal Moore: Well you got to Joe. You tell the American people what these men did here. You tell them how my troopers died.
Joe Galloway: Yes, Sir.
Lt. Colonel Hal Moore: Thank you.
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