Harry O

Season 1 Episode 11

Forty Reasons to Kill (1)

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Aired Thursday 10:00 PM Dec 05, 1974 on ABC
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Forty Reasons to Kill (1)
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Harry investigates the murder of a young friend who was framed for drug dealing after trying to buy 40 acres of ranch land.

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    David Janssen

    David Janssen

    Harry Orwell

    Henry Darrow

    Henry Darrow

    Det. Lt. Manuel "Manny" Quinlan [eps 3-15, 23]

    Farrah Fawcett

    Farrah Fawcett

    Sue Ingram [eps 21-42]

    Anthony Zerbe

    Anthony Zerbe

    Lt. K.C. Trench [eps 17-46]

    Paul Tulley

    Paul Tulley

    Sgt. Don Roberts [eps 17-46]

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      • Writer: Stephen Kandel

        Quote 1
        NIELSON: Flexing your muscles, Mr. Orwell?
        ORWELL: Yeah, I gotta childish streak.

        Quote 2
        ORWELL: It's the skill the rich are born with--the ability to shut out anything unpleasant. George was dead so he was already shut out. Now I was being shut out. She had 80,000 golden acres and a beautiful day. She didn't need us. We didn't exist for her.

        Quote 3
        RANKIN: Reasonable man.
        GUTIERREZ: Lucky too. Glenna Nielson never invited me to dinner.
        RANKIN: Not likely she'll invite you to much of anything.
        GUTIERREZ: I can dream, can't I?
        RANKIN: Takes a lot out of a man—dreams like that.

        Quote 4
        NIELSON: …I envy you that. I miss caring.
        ORWELL: I've never been able to just turn it on and then turn it off.
        NIELSON: You didn't go to the right schools.
        ORWELL: Bennington? Vassar?
        NIELSON: Smith.
        ORWELL: You're right. They turned down my application.
        Nielson: They taught me to turn down things in three languages. I know how to avoid someone in French, Italian, and German.
        ORWELL: Geshundeit.
        [Nielsen, taking Orwell's hand, speaks a German phrase.]
        ORWELL, obviously not understanding: I'll go along with that.
        NIELSON, translating: "They give the devil a finger, he takes the whole hand."

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