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Captain J.J. Jones (Character)
from Changeling (2008)

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Changeling -- Clint Eastwood directs Angelina Jolie in The Changeling, a drama in which a mother's prayer for her kidnapped son to return home is answered, though it doesn't take long for her to suspect the boy who comes back is not hers.
Changeling -- Clip: Rev Briegleb and a lawyer visit with Christine
Changeling -- Interview: Clint Eastwood "On the film being based on a true story"
Changeling -- Clip: Rev. Briegleb warns Christine about the LAPD coming after her
Changeling -- Clip: Dr Steele questions Christine

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  1. Changeling (2008) Played by Jeffrey Donovan

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From Changeling (2008)
Christine Collins: He's not my son!
Capt. J.J. Jones: Why are you doing this, Mrs. Collins? Why are you doing this? You seem perfectly capable of taking care of the boy. Your job pays you enough to attend to his personal needs, so I don't understand why you're running away from your responsibilities as a mother.
Christine Collins: I am not running away from anything! Least of all my responsibilities! I am even taking care of that boy right now, because I am all he has! What worries me is that you have stopped looking for my son!
Capt. J.J. Jones: Why should we be looking for someone we've already found?
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