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Bertram Cooper (Character)
from "Mad Men" (2007)

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  1. "Mad Men"
        - Episode #7.8 (2015) TV episode, Played by Robert Morse
        - Waterloo (2014) TV episode, Played by Robert Morse
        - The Strategy (2014) TV episode, Played by Robert Morse
        - The Runaways (2014) TV episode, Played by Robert Morse
        - The Monolith (2014) TV episode, Played by Robert Morse
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From "Mad Men: Out of Town (#3.1)" (2009)
Lane Pryce: London Fog. How ludicrous.
Don Draper: Really. I have one.
Bertram Cooper: So do I.
Lane Pryce: No, of course. It's just the name. There is no fog in London. There is no London fog.
Bertram Cooper: Are you sure about that?
Lane Pryce: Quite. Never was. It was the coal dust from the industrial era. Charles Dickens and whatnot.
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