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October 28, 2008

New '24' seventh season trailer

Action-action-action.

Gun action, car action, helicopter action, plane action, explosions, falling, etc. This is the new seventh season "24" trailer that's going to air at the conclusion of Fox's upcoming "Redemption" movie, which premieres Nov. 23.

Here's an online first look.

"So help me God I will kill you and you will stay dead this time"


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