Detective Kelly: So, financially, you're not going to be hurting after this, are you? I mean, she was worth quite a bit of money.
Dr. Richard Kimble: Are you suggesting that I killed my wife? Are you saying that I crushed her skull and that I shot her? How dare you. When I came home, there was a man in my house. I fought with this man. He had a mechanical arm. You find this man. You find this man!

Marshal Biggs: Sam, are you out of your mind? He's dead.
Deputy Marshal Samuel Gerard: That ought to make him easier to catch.

Marshal Biggs: It's hinky, Sam. I mean, this guy is a college graduate. He became a doctor. I mean, he ain't gonna go through here with all this security. Hinky.
Deputy Marshal Samuel Gerard: Biggs, what does that mean, hinky?
Marshal Biggs: I don't know. Strange. Weird.
Deputy Marshal Samuel Gerard: Well, why don't you say strange or weird? I mean hinky, that has no meaning.
Marshal Biggs: Well, we say hinky.
Deputy Marshal Samuel Gerard: I don't want you guys using words with no meaning.

Copeland: Now you listen to me, and you listen good. I don't give a damn which way you go, just don't follow me. You got that?
Dr. Richard Kimble: Yeah. [pauses] Hey, Copeland. Be good.

[on the phone] Well, Sir, Mr. Copeland was a bad man. He was gonna shoot one of my kids. Well, sir, you can blame me, I'm the one that shot him.

Deputy Marshal Samuel Gerard

Dr. Richard Kimble: They killed my wife.
Deputy Marshal Samuel Gerard: I know it, Richard. I know. But, it's over now. Phew! You know, I'm glad. I need the rest!

Deputy Marshal Samuel Gerard: Your cousin still got his truck?
Cosmo Renfro: Uh huh.
Deputy Marshal Samuel Gerard: Call him. Tell him we need it.

Deputy Marshal Samuel Gerard: Newman, we're gonna send you a bunch of cops, make sure they turn that place over.
Newman: You got it Sam.
Deputy Marshal Samuel Gerard: And don't let them give you any shit about your pony tail.
Newman: I won't.

Marshal Biggs: Sam!
Deputy Marshal Samuel Gerard: What?
Marshal Biggs: We just got a call from Harris Community Hospital. The wounded guard swears he saw Kimble outside the emergency room.
Deputy Marshal Samuel Gerard: Well, that's hot.
Marshal Biggs: And an ambulance is missing.
Deputy Marshal Samuel Gerard: Where's he going in an ambulance?

Newman: I can't hear anything, my ear is... I can't believe you did that.
Deputy Marshal Samuel Gerard: You think I should have bargained with that guy?
Newman: Yeah I do. You could've missed. You could've killed me.
Deputy Marshal Samuel Gerard: How bad is that ear?
Newman: I'm gonna have permanent hearing damage.
Deputy Marshal Samuel Gerard: [whispers] Can you hear what I'm saying now?
Newman: Yeah.
Deputy Marshal Samuel Gerard: I... don't... bargain.

Dr. Richard Kimble: [after Kimble passes the stabbed bus prison guard, who he saved] Tell the attending he's got a puncture in the upper gastric area.
Paramedic: [pauses] How the hell could he tell that by looking at his face.

Marshal Henry: I may be crazy but that train sounds like an el.
Cosmo Renfro: St. Louis doesn't have an elevated train.
Deputy Marshal Samuel Gerard: How do you know it's an elevated train?
Marshal Stevens: I think he's right, I lived under an el for 20 years.
Deputy Marshal Samuel Gerard: Then you can explain the difference in the sound of an elevated train as opposed to a train that's running along the ground. You must have ears like a eagle, play that back, I wanna hear the sound of an elevated train!

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