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Michael Coldsmith Briggs III (Character)
from Airwolf (1984) (TV)

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Airwolf -- Clip: Shall We Take A Look Upstairs

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  1. "Airwolf"
    ... aka "Lobo del aire" - USA (Spanish title)
        - Birds of Paradise (1986) TV episode, Played by Alex Cord
        - Tracks (1986) TV episode, Played by Alex Cord
        - The Girl Who Fell from the Sky (1986) TV episode, Played by Alex Cord
        - Break-In at Santa Paula (1986) TV episode, Played by Alex Cord
        - Hawke's Run (1986) TV episode, Played by Alex Cord
          (50 more)
  2. Airwolf (1984) (TV) Played by Alex Cord

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From "Airwolf: Proof Through the Night (#1.4)" (1984)
Marella: Rostoff is no ordinary agent. On his first assignment, he was decorated for saving the life of a fellow agent when the mission went sour.
Archangel: Marella...
Marella: That agent's name is Micheal Coldsmith Briggs III. Codename...
Stringfellow Hawke: Archangel.
Archangel: That has nothing to do with it.
Stringfellow Hawke: [chuckles] Of course not!
Archangel: Will you take the mission?
Stringfellow Hawke: [chuckles] The Third, huh?
[Marella laughs]
Archangel: I wouldn't throw stones, "Stringfelllow."
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