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Lt. Vincent D'Agosta (Character)
from The Relic (1997)

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The Relic -- A researcher at Chicago's Natural History Museum returns from South America with some crates containing his findings. When the crates arrive at the museum without the owner there appears to be very little inside. However, police discover gruesome murders on the cargo ship that brought the crates to the US and then another murder in the museum itself.
The Relic -- A homicide detective and an anthropologist try to destroy a South American lizard-like god, who's on a people eating rampage in a Chicago museum.

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  1. The Relic (1997) Played by Tom Sizemore

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From The Relic (1997)
[Dr. Green tells Lt. D'Agosta about the purpose of the beetles at the Museum while walking through the labs]
Margo Green: [to the lab workers] What's the soup today?
Dr. Brown: Rhinocerus Megarhinus.
Lt. Vincent D'Agosta: He's making Rhinocerus soup?
Margo Green: It's a maceration tank. Skin 'em, toss 'em in the warm water, wait until the meat and flesh fall off, and then give 'em to the beetles.
Lt. Vincent D'Agosta: Beetles as in bug beetles?
Margo Green: Domestic beetles are a fairly common insect. They eat the flesh off almost anything. They pick the bones clean.
Graduate Student: Better watch yourself. Someone left the glass case open last night, and a bunch hit the highway.
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