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He pitched the story idea behind Hollywood Homicide (2003) to director Ron Shelton on the set of Dark Blue (2002), on which Souza was a consultant. The two then pitched the project to Columbia Pictures and signed a deal to co-write the script together. See more trivia »
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 2003-2004 Cold Case (TV Series) (technical consultant - 23 episodes)
- Lover's Lane (2004) ... (technical consultant)
- The Plan (2004) ... (technical consultant)
- Maternal Instincts (2004) ... (technical consultant)
- Greed (2004) ... (technical consultant)
- Late Returns (2004) ... (technical consultant - uncredited)
 2002 Dark Blue (consultant)
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 2003 Hollywood Homicide (co-producer)

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Robert Souza was an L.A.P.D. detective for 25 years, until he recently retired and is now a Hollywood screenwriter/producer. Making his debut with Hollywood Homicide (2003), starring Harrison Fordand Josh Hartnett. See more »

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