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Col. Martin 'Jiggs' Casey (Character)
from Seven Days in May (1964)

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Seven Days in May -- Burt Lancaster and Kirk Douglas star in this thriller about a Marine Corps colonel who accidentally discovers a plot to take over the government by a high-ranking general.
Seven Days in May -- US military leaders plot to overthrow the President because he supports a nuclear disarmament treaty and they fear a Soviet sneak attack.

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COLONEL MARTIN "JIGGS" CASEY USMC (Kirk Douglas), in ... See more »
Alternate Names:
Col. MacKenzie 'Mac' Casey / Colonel MacKenzie 'Mac' Casey


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  1. The Enemy Within (1994) (TV) Played by Forest Whitaker (as Col. MacKenzie 'Mac' Casey)

  2. Seven Days in May (1964) Played by Kirk Douglas

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From Seven Days in May (1964)
President Jordan Lyman: All right, Colonel. Let's sum it up, shall we? You're suggesting what?
Colonel Martin "Jiggs" Casey: I'm not sure, Mr. President: just some possibilities, what we call, uh "capabilities" in military intelligence...
President Jordan Lyman: You got something against the English language, Colonel?
Colonel Martin "Jiggs" Casey: No, sir.
President Jordan Lyman: Then speak it plainly, if you will.
Colonel Martin "Jiggs" Casey: I'm suggesting, Mr. President, there's a military plot to take over the government. This may occur some time this coming Sunday.
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