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Sgt. Charles Enright (Character)
from "McMillan & Wife" (1971)

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Alternate Names:
Lt. Charles Enright

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  1. "McMillan & Wife"
    ... aka "McMillan" - USA (sixth season title)
        - Have You Heard About Vanessa? (1977) TV episode, Played by John Schuck (as Lt. Charles Enright)
        - Coffee, Tea, or Cyanide (1977) TV episode, Played by John Schuck (as Lt. Charles Enright)
        - Philip's Game (1977) TV episode, Played by John Schuck (as Lt. Charles Enright)
        - Dark Sunrise (1977) TV episode, Played by John Schuck (as Lt. Charles Enright)
        - All Bets Off (1976) TV episode, Played by John Schuck (as Lt. Charles Enright)
          (34 more)

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Quotes:
From "McMillan & Wife: Murder by the Barrel (#1.1)" (1971)
Commissioner Stewart McMillan: What have you found out, Enright?
Sgt. Charles Enright: Well, we're off to see Mr. Buchanan who runs the moving company, sir, but we searched both kinds of barrels in storage there but there's no barrel with a body in it.
Commissioner Stewart McMillan: What do you mean both kinds of barrels?
Sgt. Charles Enright: Well, there are two kinds of barrels, there are storage barrels and there are shipping barrels.
Commissioner Stewart McMillan: And the barrels we received are shipping barrels?
Sgt. Charles Enright: Right. Now I found it's not possible to store a shipping barrel but a shipping barrel you can store.
Sally McMillan: I'm not sure I follow that.
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