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Al Bressler : Just go where you're told, do what you're told, play it straight down the line Nothing cute, nothing fancy. Just pay the ransom money and report back here.
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Harry Callahan: Yeah, I've been following him on my own time. And anybody can tell I didn't do that to him. Harry Callahan: I know what you're thinking.
The quote "Go ahead, make my day" is a catch phrase written by Charles B. Pierce and spoken by the character Harry Callahan in the film, Sudden Impact. Initially in a scene in the movie, where Harry is visiting a coffee shop, he finds that a robbery is going on.
Callahan is portrayed by Clint Eastwood in each movie. The "Dirty Harry" archetype does not shy away from killing; all of the Dirty Harry films feature Callahan killing criminals. His rationale for such conduct is it done with the greater good in mind: protecting the innocent and victims of crime.
California cop Harry Callahan is not happy to have his lunch interrupted by a robbery. He shoots the bank robber and his getaway driver, all while finishing a bite of his lunch. Then he walks up to the wounded robber, whose gun is lying within grabbing distance.
Dirty Harry is a American action thriller film produced and directed by Don Siegelthe first in the Dirty Harry series. The film drew upon the real life case of the Zodiac Killer as the Callahan character seeks out a similar vicious psychopath. Dirty Harry was a critical and commercial success and set the style for a whole genre of police films.
Callahan is portrayed by Clint Eastwood in each film. From his debut, Callahan became the template for a new kind of movie cop: an antihero who does not hesitate to cross professional boundaries in pursuit of his own vision of justice, especially when the law is poorly served by an inept bureaucracy. All of the Dirty Harry films feature Callahan killing criminals, mostly in gunfights.