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Ben Shockley (Character)
from The Gauntlet (1977)

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The Gauntlet -- A slow-witted Arizona cop is elected to go to Las Vegas to escort a prostitute, who is marked for death by the mob, back to Phoenix as a potential trial witness.
The Gauntlet -- A hard but mediocre cop is assigned to escort a prostitute into custody from Las Vegas to Phoenix, so that she can testify in a mob trial. But a lot of people are literally betting that they won't make it into town alive.

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  1. The Gauntlet (1977) Played by Clint Eastwood

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From The Gauntlet (1977)
Ben Shockley: Now I get the big case and I'm picked to go down with it.
Gus Mally: You don't have to. Neither of us does. Nobody is forcing you to go back to Phoenix. Look, we could go to Canada or Mexico. Anywhere!
Ben Shockley: [sarcastically] Sure. And live like kings.
Gus Mally: I've got some money. Look, I've got my checkbook. $5000 back in Vegas.
Ben Shockley: And when that runs out?
Gus Mally: Look, let's then take the money and buy a pickup truck. An old sedan, or something unobtrusive, for God's sake. We'll take the back roads, we'll turn ourselves in to some precinct station. Anything but City Hall! We'll ask for protective custody. Talk to the D.A.
Ben Shockley: That's exactly what I want you to do.
Gus Mally: Well, what about you?
Ben Shockley: Me, I am going in.
Gus Mally: Why?
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