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Captain Ray Rambridge (Character)
from "The Lieutenant" (1963)

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Alternate Names:
Capt. Ray Rambridge / Capt. Raymond Rambridge / Captain Raymond Rambridge

Filmography

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  1. "The Lieutenant"
        - Mother Enemy (1964) TV episode, Played by Robert Vaughn (as Capt. Raymond Rambridge)
        - In the Highest Tradition (1964) TV episode, Played by Robert Vaughn (as Capt. Raymond Rambridge)
        - To Set It Right (1964) TV episode, Played by Robert Vaughn (as Capt. Raymond Rambridge)
        - Green Water, Green Flag (1964) TV episode, Played by Robert Vaughn (as Capt. Raymond Rambridge)
        - Capp's Lady (1964) TV episode, Played by Robert Vaughn (as Capt. Raymond Rambridge)
          (11 more)

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From "The Lieutenant: A Very Private Affair (#1.5)" (1963)
Lt. Col. Raleigh Wade: Well, as long as Rice is here, you can keep him if you wish.
Lt. William 'Bill' Rice: I feel responsible for this thing becoming so serious, sir. It I could just stay here on loan for a while...
Captain Ray Rambridge: Rice, will you make up your mind? This morning your whole career was going down the drain because you didn't have a platoon.
Lt. Col. Raleigh Wade: If you're worried about the men blaming you for this, you're probably right. If you feel you can't handle a platoon under these circumstances...
Lt. William 'Bill' Rice: That's not it, sir. The job just wouldn't give me time to...
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