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Detective Bates (Character)
from A Date with the Falcon (1942)
- The Falcon Out West (1944) Played by Edward Gargan (as Homicide Detective Bates)
- The Falcon and the Co-eds (1943) Played by Edward Gargan
- The Falcon in Danger (1943) Played by Edward Gargan (as Det. Bates)
- The Falcon Strikes Back (1943) Played by Edward Gargan
- The Falcon's Brother (1942) Played by Edward Gargan
- The Falcon Takes Over (1942) Played by Edward Gargan
- A Date with the Falcon (1942) Played by Edward Gargan
- The Gay Falcon (1941) Played by Edward Brophy
Miss Hicks - Dormitory House Mother: [Heard offscreen, indignantly] The very idea! Two grown men frightening young girls!
[Then being shown pushing the two cops down the dorm hallway]
Miss Hicks - Dormitory House Mother: Aren't you ashamed of yourselves?
Detective Bates: [Protesting innocence] We didn't do nuthin', lady. We just walked through a door. We're police officers!
older faculty member: [Angrily] Peeping Toms, you mean!
Miss Hicks - Dormitory House Mother: [Scandalized] Policemen too - hiding behind your badges!
Inspector Timothy Donovan: [Being pushed down the stairs by faculty and students] Lady, if we had any place to hide, we'd be there!
Detective Bates: Yeah!
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