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Professor G. Stanley Lazer (Character)
from "The Fugitive" (1963)

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  1. "The Fugitive"
        - Man in a Chariot (1964) TV episode, Played by Ed Begley

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From "The Fugitive: Man in a Chariot (#2.1)" (1964)
[Professor Lazer is giving his summation of a mock trial to his students]
Professor G. Stanley Lazer: But I should like you to consider if you will, the defendant himself. What manner of human being are we judging here today? A member of one of the great professions, he now stands before this court even as the most humbler supplicant. And what he asks from you is only this: compassion.
[Kimble, watching the proceedings on a closed-circuit TV, begins to understand what Lazer is doing: putting himself on trial]
Professor G. Stanley Lazer: He is a man whose very vocation demanded a dedication beyond that required of the ordinary man. And perhaps, he gave too much... shutting out what which should have been most important to him: family, friends, and even humanity. Then, suddenly, he was thrust out of the only life he knew, unable to do the very work that, for him, made any life meaningful. He was exiled to a world he hated. Hated only because it was strange to him, and because...
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