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Billie Lou Hatfield (Character)
from "Homicide: Life on the Street" (1993)

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Alternate Names:
Billie Lou Munch

Filmography

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  1. "Law & Order: Special Victims Unit"
    ... aka "Law & Order: SVU" - UK (promotional abbreviation), USA (promotional abbreviation)
    ... aka "Special Victims Unit" - New Zealand (English title), UK (informal short title)
        - Wonderland Story (2013) TV episode, Played by Ellen McElduff

  2. Homicide: The Movie (2000) (TV) Played by Ellen McElduff (as Billie Lou Munch)

  3. "Homicide: Life on the Street"
    ... aka "Homicide" - USA (informal short title)
        - Forgive Us Our Trespasses (1999) TV episode, Played by Ellen McElduff
        - The Why Chromosome (1999) TV episode, Played by Ellen McElduff
        - Identity Crisis (1999) TV episode, Played by Ellen McElduff
        - Self Defense (1999) TV episode, Played by Ellen McElduff
        - The Same Coin (1999) TV episode, Played by Ellen McElduff
          (10 more)

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Quotes:
From "Homicide: Life on the Street: Just an Old Fashioned Love Song (#7.3)" (1998)
Det. John Munch: The Zapruder film's out on VHS and DVD, as if there's a choice.
Billie Lou Hatfield: DVD, definitely. Gotta have that freeze frame, stop action, enhancement capability.
Det. John Munch: One night after work, we should open a bottle of zinfandel and watch the Zapruder film frame by frame and see which ones are missing.
Billie Lou Hatfield: Twenty-six seconds of the most compelling footage ever filmed.
Det. John Munch: The woman of my dreams.
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