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'Reverend' Roy Foltrigg (Character)
from The Client (1994)

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Roy Foltrigg


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  1. "The Client"
        - Money Talks (1996) TV episode, Played by John Heard (as Roy Foltrigg)
        - The Good Samaritan (1996) TV episode, Played by John Heard (as Roy Foltrigg)
        - Past Imperfect (1996) TV episode, Played by John Heard (as Roy Foltrigg)
        - The High Ground (1996) TV episode, Played by John Heard (as Roy Foltrigg)
        - Damn Yankees (1996) TV episode, Played by John Heard (as Roy Foltrigg)
          (16 more)
  2. The Client (1994) Played by Tommy Lee Jones (as Roy Foltrigg)

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From The Client (1994)
Roy: What's the Cloak and Dagger all about Reggie, you know you can trust us?
Reggie: You three come here alone?
Roy: Uh huh.
Reggie: That the truth?
Roy: 'course it is!
Reggie: [smiles] Well then, why don't you have one of them
[points to the agents]
Reggie: just trot out to one of those cars that aren't in the parkin' lot and get a pen and paper from one of those agents that aren't out there?
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