Harry O

Season 1 Episode 12

Forty Reasons to Kill (2)

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Aired Thursday 10:00 PM Dec 12, 1974 on ABC
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Forty Reasons to Kill (2)
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Harry now finds himself framed for murder, so he solicits Manny Quinlan's help in finding out who is behind the corporation that is buying up the 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]

Joanna Pettet

Joanna Pettet

Glenna Nielson

Guest Star

Craig Stevens

Craig Stevens

Ben Ryerson

Guest Star

Ned Romero

Ned Romero

Deputy Gutierrez

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    • Writer: Stephen Kandel

      Quote 1
      QUINLAN: Murder one...
      ORWELL: I didn't do it
      QUINLAN: I know you didn't do it. But you got caught for it--that's worse...Look, I'll do whatever talking's necessary. I don't have any local standing here, you know that.
      ORWELL: You have my confidence.
      QUINLAN: I'll see you around, Don Quixote...What does that make me, Sancho Panchez or the donkey?

      Quote 2
      NIELSON: Let's go away...Europe, Africa, anywhere.
      ORWELL: Who said money can't buy happiness.
      NIELSON: No....I really loved Uncle John. Probably because he loved me...Not many people love me, you know.
      ORWELL: I'm working on it.
      NIELSON: I can't risk you.
      ORWELL: I can't just walk away.
      NIELSON: Let someone else be nailed to the cross.
      ORWELL: It's not a penance, it's a debt. Look, I owe you $98,200 [for bail]—that's a debt.
      NIELSON: I can afford it.
      ORWELL: Well, I can't. I can't [spend?] George Mikeeta, or Laura, or a dealer by the name of C.C. Jackman. They...they own a piece of me.
      NIELSON: And I?
      ORWELL: Yes, yes you do, you're a part of it. But three people have been murdered, and that's a debtt that has to be paid.
      NIELSON: Right...I don't want to get too close to you. I don't like pain. You know, I think you have some kind of love affair with this killer. I think it turns you on...
      ORWELL: I'm gonna protect myself.
      NIELSON: So am I.

      Quote 3
      RANKIN: ....They said he was with Quinlan. They didn't say he was in jail.
      GUTIERREZ: Well, were else would he be? Quinlan's a cop.
      RANKIN: Quinlan's a friend. Didn't you ever have a friend, Pete?

      Quote 4
      GALBRAITH: You know, you impress me. I said, "There's a fellow who's gonna shovel horse manure til he finds himself a pony."
      ORWELL: Course in folksy humor at Harvard?
      GALBRAITH: No, that was my first campaign. It reassures the majority. And people like yourself--who catch me out--feel pleasantly clever. It's a benefit either way.
      ORWELL Speaking of benefits, Vedero's gonna get a new government research facility and a new university.
      GALBRAITH: That's right. It'll do a lot of good for the county....
      ORWELL: How about the little ranchers that sold out cheap.
      GALBRAITH: Oh, Harry, don't be so simplistic. Of course the rich get richer-- it's a fact of life. But along the way, everybody benefits.
      ORWELL: The three people that were murdered didn't benefit....
      GALBRAITH: Progress always involves some...dislocation. And inevitably, it's blamed for all the world's ills, from lower moral standards to bad weather....Oh, it's a violent world we live in. You see a conspiracy behind every coincidence--I don't.

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