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Paul Shannon (Character)
from Chain Reaction (1996)

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  1. Chain Reaction (1996) Played by Morgan Freeman
    ... aka "Αλυσιδωτή αντίδραση" - Greece
    ... aka "Верижна реакция" - Bulgaria (Bulgarian title)
    ... aka "Цепная реакция" - Russia
    ... aka "72 timmar kvar att leva" - Sweden (TV title)
    ... aka "Ahelreaktsioon" - Estonia (imdb display title)
    ... aka "Alysidoti antidrasi" - Greece (transliterated ISO-LATIN-1 title)
    ... aka "Außer Kontrolle" - Germany
    ... aka "Die Kettenreaktion" - Germany (TV title)
    ... aka "Efterlyst" - Sweden
    ... aka "Kædereaktion" - Denmark (imdb display title)
    ... aka "Ketjureaktio" - Finland
    ... aka "Láncreakció" - Hungary
    ... aka "Lančana reakcija" - Serbia
    ... aka "Lančana reakcija" - Croatia
    ... aka "Perseguição Diabólica" - Portugal
    ... aka "Poursuite" - France
    ... aka "Réaction en chaîne" - Canada (French title)
    ... aka "Reação em Cadeia" - Brazil
    ... aka "Reacción en cadena" - Spain (imdb display title)
    ... aka "Reakcja lancuchowa" - Poland
    ... aka "Reazione a catena" - Italy
    ... aka "Retezová reakce" - Czech Republic
    ... aka "Tepki" - Turkey (Turkish title)
    ... aka "Verizna reakcija" - Slovenia

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From Chain Reaction (1996)
Paul Shannon: The incident in Chicago was tragic to be sure, but sometimes that is the price we must pay to insure our competitive edge in the future. We didn't intend to pay for our space exploration program with the lives of 10 American astronauts, but we did, nevertheless we must not waiver in our commitment to technological and scientific research and development! See more »

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