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Rozat 'Rusty' Sabich (Character)
from Presumed Innocent (1990)

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Presumed Innocent -- Superstar Harrison Ford ("Clear and Present Danger," "The Fugitive") stars in this boxoffice winning thriller ($86,000,000!) based on the best-selling novel by Scott Turow.
Presumed Innocent -- When the woman deputy prosecutor R.K. Sabich had an affair with is murdered the prosecutor asks him to lead the investigation. When Sabich digs too deeply he finds himself framed for the murder.
Presumed Innocent -- When the woman deputy prosecutor R.K. Sabich had an affair with is murdered the prosecutor asks him to lead the investigation. When Sabich digs too deeply he finds himself framed for the murder.

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Rusty Sabich

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  1. Innocent (2011) (TV) Played by Bill Pullman (as Rusty Sabich)

  2. Presumed Innocent (1990) Played by Harrison Ford
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  1. "Cinema mil"
        - Episode #1.6 (2005) TV episode, Played by Harrison Ford (as Rusty Sabich)

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From Presumed Innocent (1990)
Barbara Sabich: You understand what happened had to happen. It couldn't have turned out any other way. A woman's depressed - with herself, with life. With her husband, who had made life possible for her, until he was... bewitched... by another woman. A destroyer.
[teary]
Barbara Sabich: Abandoned. Like someone left for dead. She plans her suicide... until the dream begins. In the dream, the destroyer is destroyed. That's a dream worth living for.
[dreamy]
Barbara Sabich: Now, with such simplicity, such clarity, everything falls into place. It must be a crime that her husband can declare unsolved and be believed by all the world. She must make it look like a rape, but she must leave her husband the clues. Once he discovers who it was, he'll put the case into the file of unsolved murders. Another break-in by some sex-crazed man.
[smiling]
Barbara Sabich: But all his life, he'll know that it was her. She remembers a set of glasses she bought for the woman some time before; a housewarming gift from her husband and his office. She buys another set. Her husband has a beer one night - doesn't even comment on the glass. Now she has his fingerprints. Then on a few mornings... she...
[grimacing]
Barbara Sabich: ... saves the fluid that comes out when she removes her diaphragm. Puts it in a plastic bag. Puts the bag in the basement freezer, and... waits.
[detached]
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