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The Count (Character)
from Pirate Radio (2009)

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Pirate Radio -- A comedy about an illegal radio station in the North Sea in the 1960s
Pirate Radio -- Clip: The law
Pirate Radio -- Interview: Kenneth Branagh "On his character"
Pirate Radio -- A comedy about an illegal radio station in the North Sea in the 1960s
Pirate Radio -- Clip: The F word

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The "head DJ". he was issued as a replacement to Gavin Kavanagh... See more »

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  1. Pirate Radio (2009) Played by Philip Seymour Hoffman
    ... aka "The Boat That Rocked" - UK (original title)

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From Pirate Radio (2009)
Quentin: The day has come. Tonight pirate radio dies. From midnight, we are a ghost ship floating without hope on cold and dark waters. You have done almighty work here. Thank you. But your work is done.
The Count: Not mine, sir. I'm an American citizen and I don't give a hootenanny God damn about your nitpicking limey laws. I intend to broadcast from this ship 24 hours a day until the day I die. And then for a couple days after that.
Gavin Cavanagh: Not wanting to sound rude or anything, but don't you think that might be an ever so slightly monotonous experience for the listener? What do you say to 12 hours each, noble sir?
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