Harry O

Season 1 Episode 0

Smile Jenny, You're Dead

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Aired Thursday 10:00 PM Feb 03, 1974 on ABC
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Smile Jenny, You're Dead
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When Harry looks into the murder of a friend's son-in-law, he becomes romantically involved with the man's daughter, a model who happens to be the chief suspect in the killing.

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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]

John Anderson (I)

John Anderson (I)

Col. John Lockport

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Howard Da Silva

Howard Da Silva

Lt. Humphrey Kenner

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Martin Gabel

Martin Gabel

Meade DeRuyter

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  • QUOTES (1)

    • Writer(s): Howard Rodman

      Quote 1
      LIBERTY: Whatsa matter with your back?
      ORWELL [voiceover]: You want to know what's the matter with my back? It hurts because there's a bullet in it. That's why I live at the beach on a policeman's disability pension, and that's why I moonlight the rest of my income as a private detective. I have a boat, and as soon as I get it put back together I'm going out on the ocean where they don't have any telephones. Telephones bug me…

      Quote 2
      LIBERTY: Who's that?
      ORWELL: That's Mildred.
      LIBERTY: You makin out with her?
      ORWELL: Go home!
      LIBERTY: You never said what's the matter with your back.
      ORWELL: It's none of your business what's the matter with my back…How do you know she's not my wife?
      LIBERTY: Hmph…she doesn't look like a wife to me.

      Quote 3
      MILT: Harry, you're on your own time. My time belongs to the department. I have eight mur…I have eight murders going, Harry!! I don't have a day and a half to spend on a simple case like this one.
      ORWELL: Who did it, Milt? The butler?

      Quote 4
      KENNY: How'd you like my daughter?
      ORWELL: I'll take her for Christmas.
      KENNY: You'll have to get at the end of the line.

      Quote 5
      LIBERTY: You lead a funny kind of life. You don't even have a car.
      ORWELL: I have a car…It'll cost me $300 to get the transmission rebuilt and I'm thinking about it.
      LIBERTY: You broke now?
      ORWELL: That's not what I'm talking about. It's…it's way of life.

      Quote 6
      ORWELL: Where've you got the colonel now, Milt, downtown?
      MILT: It's an easy bus ride, isn't it, Harry?
      ORWELL: You ever ride the buses, Milt?
      MILT: Hardly ever.
      ORWELL: Well, that's nice. You sit there and look out the window. It gives a man a chance to think. You ought to try it sometime, Milt.

      Quote 7
      LOCKPORT: I didn't murder the man. You don't murder somebody for slapping somebody. It's disproportionate. There's no mystique to killing. You don't commit murder if there are other alternatives because murder…has a limited problem-solving value in most situations. So, uh…you don't commit yourself to murder lightly. And that's ignoring the insoluble question of morality—-in the stillness of the night, in the times of being totally alone. Not for a slap in the face.

      Quote 8
      ORWELL: A house belongs to who lives in it. If you want guests, you invite them. If you lock the door, you want the cockroaches to stay out.

      Quote 9
      JENNIFER: …You're very…patient, aren't you?...Wrong timing.
      ORWELL: What's that?
      JENNIFER: The courtship dance…round and around.
      ORWELL: I give you the impression I was coming on with you?
      JENNIFER: No...I know. I like you.
      ORWELL: I like you too.
      JENNIFER: ….Be careful of me. It's just something I do…I don't even need to do it. I just want to be liked. I ask for approval to make you come closer.

      Quote 10
      Orwell [voiceover]: Days happen to you. And sometimes I wish I could go back to being 17 again. When I was 17, I once said, "A woman is like a bus: let her go, there'll be another one along in 5 minutes." Now that was a long time ago. Good-bye, Jennifer.

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