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Bob (Character)
from Chained (2012/I)

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Chained -- A serial-killer cabbie (Vincent D'Onofrio of TV's LAW & ORDER: CI) kidnaps a boy and makes him his servant. Years later, will the boy follow in his captor's footsteps or escape?
Chained -- Rabbit is a teenager who has been raised in by a psychopathic cab driver who kidnapped him and his mother when he was nine years old. Facing the pressure to follow in his captor's footsteps, Rabbit must soon choose whether tp  make one final attempt to break free.
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Alternate Names:
Young Bob


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  1. Chained (2012/I) Played by Vincent D'Onofrio / Daniel Maslany (as Young Bob)

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From Chained (2012/I)
[to Rabbit]
Bob: You will have one job: You do what I say. You clean up my house. Garbage bags, mops, bucket, broom - they are your tools. Breakfast. You will serve me breakfast, every morning for the rest of your life. You will not eat or drink anything without my permission. You only eat after I have eaten, and only what I have left on my plate.
[Buzzer rings]
Bob: You hear that? That means that I'm bringing one back. You have 10 seconds to open these locks. Every night I bring home a newspaper. After I finish reading it, I want you to try and find stories about missing people. You cut them out nice and neat and you put them in the scrapbook...
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