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Lt. Zachary Garber (Character)
from The Taking of Pelham One Two Three (1998) (TV)

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Alternate Names:
Det. Anthony Piscotti / Walter Garber

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  1. The Taking of Pelham 1 2 3 (2009) Played by Denzel Washington (as Walter Garber)
    ... aka "The Taking of Pelham 123" - UK (promotional title), USA (promotional title)

  2. The Taking of Pelham One Two Three (1998) (TV) Played by Edward James Olmos (as Det. Anthony Piscotti)

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From The Taking of Pelham 1 2 3 (2009)
Ryder: Now you understand commodities, don't you? You know, pork bellies, gold, light crude.
Walter Garber: Listen. No disrespect, but maybe I'm not the guy you should be talking to.
Ryder: Oh no, you are exactly the guy I wanna talk to. Now I want you to look at the ticker and I want you to tell me what is the going rate for a New York City hostage today. You think a million dollars is too much? I do. I think it's corny. Now get your calculator out. You got one?
Ryder: [Garber hesitates] Do you have a calculator?
Walter Garber: Yeah, we got one. I got one.
Ryder: Okay, good. Now add this up. You got $526,315.79. That's $526,315.79 Now times that by 19. What do you get?
Walter Garber: [looks at calculator] That's $10 million?
Ryder: What do you get?
Walter Garber: That comes out to $10 million plus 1 cent.
Ryder: Oh that is a deal. Now I want you to call the mayor and tell him the price. And then you tell him I want it in 100,000 $100 dollar bills. You got that?
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