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Dr. Margo Green (Character)
from The Relic (1997)

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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 Penelope Ann Miller

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From The Relic (1997)
[Dr. Green, Dr. Frock and Dr. Cuthbert discuss the mysterious crates that arrived from Dr. John Whitney's research in Brazil]
Dr. Albert Frock: No words from John yet, but these crates arrived this morning. They were supposed to be on a ship, except there was some mix-up in Brazil, and they never made it. They were sent by air freight. Here, here, take a look at this.
[holds up the relic to Dr. Green]
Dr. Albert Frock: The Kothoga.
Dr. Ann Cuthbert: Could be.
Margo Green: And what does this God specialize in?
Dr. Albert Frock: South American tribe, the Zenzera, long thought to be extinct - They made a deal with Satan to vanquish their enemies. So Kothoga was born - Son of Satan. You have that look again, Margo.
Margo Green: Why do we keep financing John Whitney's expeditions? As if superstition were the same thing as science.
Dr. Ann Cuthbert: Anthropologists are permitted to believe in myth. It's part of their charm. In any case, our superstition exhibit is excellent box office for this Museum, and that benefits you, as well.
Margo Green: Using superstition to bring people to the museum is like hiring topless ushers for the Bolshoi Ballet.
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