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

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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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Biography:
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)
Christopher Todd: This stuff you unearthed, Colonel Casey, is dynamite. Very revealing of General Scott's extracurricular love life. Any taste of victory we have in our mouths, Colonel, is due in no small measure to your efforts.
Colonel Martin "Jiggs" Casey: The taste I've got in my mouth, Mr. Secretary, is unmentionable.
Christopher Todd: I can understand that feeling, Colonel. But when you deal with a jackal like your general...
Colonel Martin "Jiggs" Casey: Mr. Todd, this is a full Air Force general. Six times wounded, wearing only half the medals he deserves. Whatever else he is, he's no jackal.
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