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Sgt. Major Dickerson (Character)
from Good Morning, Vietnam (1987)

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Good Morning, Vietnam -- Robin Williams delivers his quintessential comedic performance as Army DJ Adrian Cronauer. Deployed to Vietnam to host a morning radio show, Cronauer's hilarious rants are a hit with the troops in the field but a headache for his by-the-book superiors.
Good Morning, Vietnam -- An unorthodox and irreverent DJ begins to shake up things when he is assigned to the US Armed Services Radio station in Vietnam.
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From Good Morning, Vietnam (1987)
General Taylor: Woah, Dick, put the brakes on. I wanted to wait until airman left to talk with you. Dick, I'm transferring you.
Sgt. Major Dickerson: Transferring me? Where to sir?
General Taylor: You're going to Guam.
Sgt. Major Dickerson: Guam sir? There's nothing going on in Guam. Why Guam?
General Taylor: Dick, I've covered for you a lot of times cause I thought you were a little crazy. But you're not crazy, you're mean. And this is just radio.
[goes to the elevator and laughs]
General Taylor: "More dire need of a blowjob than any white man in history." That's funny.
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