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Insp. Steve Keller (Character)
from "The Streets of San Francisco" (1972)

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Inspector Steve Keller

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  1. "The Streets of San Francisco"
        - The Thrill Killers: Part 2 (1976) TV episode, Played by Michael Douglas (as Inspector Steve Keller)
        - The Thrill Killers: Part 1 (1976) TV episode, Played by Michael Douglas (as Inspector Steve Keller)
        - Runaway (1976) TV episode, Played by Michael Douglas (as Inspector Steve Keller)
        - Alien Country (1976) TV episode, Played by Michael Douglas (as Inspector Steve Keller)
        - Superstar (1976) TV episode, Played by Michael Douglas (as Inspector Steve Keller)
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From "The Streets of San Francisco: The Bullet (#1.11)" (1972)
Detective Lt. Mike Stone: I don't want the coroner to give me that bullet. I want it from him right now, so come along, we're going to the hospital.
Jeff Williams: I don't think so, Lieutenant. You don't have that authority. You're a policeman; I shouldn't have to tell you the law.
Inspector Steve Keller: The law?
Jeff Williams: Mm-hmm. I did some checking, and it seems among the other personal guarantees in this country is the guarantee that our bodies are inviolate. Not even the Supreme Court can force a man to submit to a surgical operation. That's the law, gentlemen. And I'm sure that, as officers sworn to uphold it, you won't do anything to make me break it.
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