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O'Brien (Character)
from 1984 (1984)

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1984 -- The classic George Orwell story set in a world where absolute conformity in action, word and thought including loyalty to Big Brother is demanded.
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O'Brien is the main antagonist in George Orwell's novel Nineteen Eighty-Four... See more »

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  1. 1984 (2006) (TV) Played by Richard Margison

  2. 1984 (1984) Played by Richard Burton
    ... aka "Nineteen Eighty-Four" - UK (original title)

  3. "Theatre 625"
        - The World of George Orwell: 1984 (1965) TV episode, Played by Joseph O'Conor

  4. Nineteen Eighty-Four (1954) (TV) Played by André Morell
  5. "BBC Sunday-Night Theatre"
        - Nineteen Eighty-Four (1954) TV episode, Played by André Morell
        - The Gamblers (1952) TV episode, Played by Christopher Steele
  6. "Studio One in Hollywood"
    ... aka "Studio One" - USA (original title)
    ... aka "Studio One Summer Theatre" - USA (summer title)
    ... aka "Summer Theatre" - USA (summer title)
    ... aka "Westinghouse Studio One" - USA (alternative title)
    ... aka "Westinghouse Summer Theatre" - USA (summer title)
        - 1984 (1953) TV episode, Played by Lorne Greene

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From 1984 (1984)
O'Brien: There are thought criminals who maintain that the resistance is not real. Believe me, Winston, it is very real. Perhaps you are not familiar with how it operates.
Winston Smith: I am attentive to the news.
O'Brien: Indeed. Then perhaps you imagine a huge network of conspirators prepared to commit any atrocity to weaken and demoralize the order of our society. The reality is infinitely more subtle. If Goldstein himself fell into the hands of the Thought Police, he could not give them a list of his agents...
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