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Senator McKellar (Character)
from Public Enemies (2009)

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Overview

Biography:
Kenneth Douglas McKellar was an American politician from Tennessee who served as a U.S... See more »
Alternate Names:
Senator Kenneth Douglas McKellar / Senator Kenneth McKellar

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  1. J. Edgar (2011) Played by Michael O'Neill

  2. Public Enemies (2009) Played by Ed Bruce

  3. Listen to Me (1989) Played by Anthony Zerbe
    ... aka "Talking Back" - USA (video title)
  4. J. Edgar Hoover (1987) (TV) Played by Mills Watson (as Senator Kenneth Douglas McKellar)

  5. The Private Files of J. Edgar Hoover (1977) Played by Jim Antonio (as Senator Kenneth McKellar)

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Quotes:
From Public Enemies (2009)
[Hoover is at a Senate Appropriation Committee hearing]
Senator Kenneth McKellar: Why do we need this?
J. Edgar Hoover: Because criminals flee in fast automobiles across state lines, thereby defeating local jurisdiction because there is no federal police force to stop them.
Senator Kenneth McKellar: By my tally, your bureau wants to spend more taxpayer's dollars catching crooks, than what the crooks you catch stole in the first place.
J. Edgar Hoover: Well that's ridiculous. The Bureau has apprehended kidnappers and bank robbers who have stolen up to and in excess of...
Senator Kenneth McKellar: Really?
[Hoover stops midsentence]
Senator Kenneth McKellar: How many have you apprehended?
J. Edgar Hoover: We have arrested and arraigned 213 wanted felons.
Senator Kenneth McKellar: No, I mean *you*, Director Hoover.
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