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30 Movie Police Chiefs More Furious Than You Can Possibly Imagine
The crotchety cops who rock our world

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True Lies (1994)

Angry chief: Spencer Trilby (Charlton Heston)
Real-life experience? No, but he is Moses so that should count for something.
Angriest quote: "Sweet Jesus, Harry. You surely screwed the pooch last night, didn't you?”
Fury level: Lets the eyepatch carry the rage.
Possible HR issues: None to speak of. Slight Blofeld vibe is a worry.
Health problems? There’s an eyeball missing, presumably hurled in fury at an errant agent, but otherwise he’s in good shape.
Badge taken? N/A, and he’d never take someone’s gun away, even from their cold dead hands.

Not a cop per se, but still filling the role of vexed boss man with enough authority to make even Arnie nervous, Spencer Trilby makes the list. Angry sure, disappointed definitely – Harry Tasker is, after all, just back from trashing a large portion of Switzerland – Omega Sector’s head honcho is relatively restrained by the thermonuclear standards of this list. That said, there’s a sense that should Tasker give him much more grief, he’ll hit the button marked “SHARK TANK”.
 

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