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Geena (Character)
from "AD Police Files" (1990)

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Alternate Names:
Gina / Phantom

Filmography

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  1. "AD Police Files" Played by Youko Matsuoka (as Gina) / Shelley Thompson (as Gina) / Regan Forman (as Gina) / Yôko Asagami (as Phantom) / Kelly Chalaire (as Phantom) / Annemarie Lawless (as Phantom)
    ... aka "A.D. Police File" - Canada (English title) (imdb display title)
    ... aka "A.D. Police File 1" - USA (short title)
        - Shita wo kamu otoko (The Man Who Bites His Tongue) (1990) TV episode, Played by Youko Matsuoka (as Gina) / Shelley Thompson (as Gina) / Regan Forman (as Gina) / Youko Matsuoka (as Gina) / Shelley Thompson (as Gina) / Regan Forman (as Gina)
        - Za Rippaa (The Ripper) (1990) TV episode, Played by Youko Matsuoka (as Gina) / Shelley Thompson (as Gina) / Regan Forman (as Gina) / Youko Matsuoka (as Gina) / Shelley Thompson (as Gina) / Regan Forman (as Gina)
        - Maboroshi no onna (The Phantom Woman) (1990) TV episode, Played by Youko Matsuoka (as Gina) / Shelley Thompson (as Gina) / Regan Forman (as Gina) / Yôko Asagami (as Phantom) / Kelly Chalaire (as Phantom)

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Quotes:
From "AD Police Files: Maboroshi no onna (The Phantom Woman) (#1.1)" (1990)
Resusistator / dealer: Mark 4's are heavily outdated. There's only a handful left in Mega-Tokyo. They were useful up to a point. They'd do domestic chores all day without complaining, but the customers got bored with that so the company widened the parameters on later marks; but then owners felt threatened; they wanted the outdated uncomplaining kind back, so junk dealers broke old ones for spares and resuscitated them.
Gina: Why?
Resusistator / dealer: Well, obviously if you could build a model that'd do the housework without complaining and give sex as well, you'd make fortune! That put pretty heavy pressure on the boomer.
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