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Capt. Brackett, USN (Character)
from South Pacific (2001) (TV)

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Alternate Names:
Capt. George Brackett / Captain George Brackett

Filmography

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  1. "Live from Lincoln Center"
        - South Pacific (2010) TV episode, Played by Skipp Sudduth (as Capt. George Brackett)

  2. "Great Performances"
        - 'South Pacific' in Concert from Carnegie Hall (2006) TV episode, Played by John Schuck (as Capt. George Brackett)
  3. South Pacific (2001) (TV) Played by Jack Thompson (as Captain George Brackett)
    ... aka "Rodgers & Hammerstein's South Pacific" - USA (complete title)

  4. South Pacific (1958) Played by Russ Brown

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Quotes:
From South Pacific (1958)
Lt. Cable: [Cable has been told that Nellie is in love with Emile] That's hard to believe, sir; they tell me he's a middle-aged man.
Capt. George Brackett: [fuming] Cable, it is a common mistake for boys of your age and athletic ability to underestimate men who have reached their maturity. Young women frequently find older men attractive, strange as it may seem. I myself am over fifty. I am a bachelor. And Cable, I do not, by any means, consider myself th-r-rough.
[to Harbison, who is trying not to laugh]
Capt. George Brackett: What's the matter, Bill?
Cmdr. Bill Harbison: Nothing - -evidently!
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