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Lt. Gen. Joseph Campbell (Character)
from The General's Daughter (1999)

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The General's Daughter -- There's the right way, the wrong way and the Army way. But there's no way military investigator Paul Brenner (John Travolta) is going to participate in a cover-up when Fort MacCallum officials try to hide the motive behind the murder of a beautiful female officer.
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LIEUTENANT GENERAL JOSEPH "FIGHTIN' JOE" CAMPBELL USA (James Cromwell)... See more »

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  1. The General's Daughter (1999) Played by James Cromwell
    ... aka "The General's Daughter: Elizabeth Campbell" - Japan (English title)

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From The General's Daughter (1999)
[Brenner threatens General Campbell with a court martial]
Brenner: You traded her trust for your career. You made a deal, didn't you? You kept silent, and they gave you another star.
Lt. Gen. Joseph Campbell: You watch your mouth, Brenner.
Brenner: I'm gonna say that in my report, that you knew she was out there, that you went out and talked to her and left her there to die.
Lt. Gen. Joseph Campbell: [General Campbell responds in a low voice] You don't have the balls.
Brenner: [Brenner chuckles] Oh, you're wrong, sir... because that's just about all I have left.
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