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   appeared in the Dickens novel   
The Mystery of Edwin Drood
Deputy (Winks) is a boy hired by Durdles to throw stones at him when he is wandering drunk at night. "Sometimes the stones hit him, and sometimes they miss him, but Durdles seems indifferent to either fortune. The hideous small boy, on the contrary, whenever he hits Durdles, blows a whistle of triumph through a jagged gap, convenient for the purpose, in the front of his mouth, where half his teeth are wanting; and whenever he misses him, yelps out 'Mulled agin!' and tries to atone for the failure by taking a more correct and vicious aim". Deputy resides at the Traveler's Twopenny.
Deputy Sheriff Enos Strate
   appears in   
Dukes of Hazzard
Theodore Roosevelt
   was a   
Deputy Sheriff
The character Chief Deputy Marshal Samuel Gerard was played by Tommy Lee Jones
Thomas Wentworth Was Made Lord Deputy of Ireland
Wentworth was also known as Black Tom Tyrant
Deputy Sheriff Walt Coogan
   was played by Clint Eastwood in   
Coogans Bluff (1968)
Arizona Deputy on the trail of a criminal in New York. Co stars included Lee J Cobb and Don Stroud.
Deputy Commissioner Mark Braden
   was played by Humphrey Bogart in   
Crime School (1938)
Deputy Sheriff John Steele
   was played by John Wayne in   
The Big Stampede (1932)
Deputy Sheriff Christopher Coop Cooper
   was played by Robert Redford in   
Tell Them Willie Boy Is Here (1969)
BAFTA Award for Best Actor in a Leading Role
I Shot the Sheriff
   has the lyric:   
They Say They Want to Bring Me in Guilty For the Killing of a Deputy,
Eric Clapton. Also Bob Marley.

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