"This is hell and I'm going to give you the guided tour."
Warden Drumgoole is the main antagonist of the 1989 prison film, Lock Up. He is the corrupt, sadistic and vengeful Warden of Gateway maximum security prison. He is portrayed by actor Donald Sutherland who also portrays: Donald Mclintock, Ronald Bartel and President Snow.
He at first arranges to have protagonist, Frank Leone transferred to his prison after the latter escaped to visit his dying mentor, who he had avenged by beating a gang who attacked, which is how he ended up in prison. Frank escaped on Drumgoole's watch and Drumgoole was humiliated but rose to power again and plotted his revenge. As soon as Frank arrives, Drumgoole explains that he is angry for being "punished for Frank's crime". Over the course of Frank's imprisonment, he has his corrupt guards and inmates repeatedly torture Frank for an excuse to keep him in the prison longer, even to the point of allowing the inmates to destroy a Mustang that Frank and his friends restored and putting him in solitary confinment and hiring one of Frank's enemies to kill his friend in order to bait Frank into killing him. He then has another guard pose as an inmate, telling Frank that he has been hired to rape Frank's girlfriend to cause him to try and escape, which would carry a mandatory ten year sentence but Frank does not fall for it.
The electric chair
After a particularly brutal attack, Frank breaks into Drumgoole's office and takes him to an Electric chair, which Drumgoole has restored. Frank holds him hostage and forces his to confess to his crimes. He is freed because Frank had removed the fuses in the chair but his guards arrest him for the confession. He his later imprisoned for good after a judicial inqury and Frank finishes his original sentence.