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Dan Fielding (Character)
from "Night Court" (1984)

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Dan Fielding's real name is Reinhold Fielding Elmore and was born in Bayou Louisiana... See more »
Alternate Names:
Asst. D.A. Dan Fielding


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  1. "Night Court"
        - The 1992 Boat Show (1992) TV episode, Played by John Larroquette
        - Opportunity Knock Knocks: Part 1 (1992) TV episode, Played by John Larroquette
        - Opportunity Knock Knocks: Part 2 (1992) TV episode, Played by John Larroquette
        - P.S. Do I Know You? (1992) TV episode, Played by John Larroquette
        - To Sir with... Ah, What the Heck... Love (1992) TV episode, Played by John Larroquette
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From "Night Court: Her Honor: Part 3 (#5.1)" (1987)
[on Christine's first day as a judge, Bull brings in the next defendant, who is sobbing piteously]
Mr. Fengler: Please, let me go! Let me out of here!
Bull Shannon: Sir, please calm down. You're among friends. Friends who wear badges, and search your body cavities, but friends nonetheless.
Mr. Fengler: You don't understand, this is a mistake, please, somebody help me!
Christine Sullivan: Oh, don't worry, sir, I'll help you!
[everyone stares at her]
Christine Sullivan: I-I mean, I'll do everything in my power to see that you receive a fair trial. Um, Mr. Prosecutor?
Dan Fielding: Yes, Your Honor, Ye Olde Town Crier here robbed yon convenience store, and stuffed the booty in his jerkin, forsooth.
Mr. Fengler: I'm sorry, I just haven't had a square meal in days, and when I saw all that food in the window, I snapped.
Christine Sullivan: Oh, you poor thing!
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