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Archie Goodwin (Character)
from "A Nero Wolfe Mystery" (2000)

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  1. "A Nero Wolfe Mystery"
    ... aka "Nero Wolfe" - USA (promotional title)
        - Immune to Murder (2002) TV episode, Played by Timothy Hutton
        - Cop Killer (2002) TV episode, Played by Timothy Hutton
        - The Silent Speaker: Part 2 (2002) TV episode, Played by Timothy Hutton
        - The Silent Speaker: Part 1 (2002) TV episode, Played by Timothy Hutton
        - Help Wanted, Male (2002) TV episode, Played by Timothy Hutton
          (22 more)
  2. Poka ya ne umer (2001) (TV) Played by Sergey Zhigunov
  3. The Golden Spiders: A Nero Wolfe Mystery (2000) (TV) Played by Timothy Hutton

  4. "Nero Wolfe"
        - Sweet Revenge (1981) TV episode, Played by Lee Horsley
        - The Blue Ribbon Hostage (1981) TV episode, Played by Lee Horsley
        - The Murder in Question (1981) TV episode, Played by Lee Horsley
        - Death and the Dolls (1981) TV episode, Played by Lee Horsley
        - Gambit (1981) TV episode, Played by Lee Horsley
          (9 more)

  5. Nero Wolfe (1979) (TV) Played by Tom Mason
  6. "Catweazle"
        - The Battle of the Giants (1971) TV episode, Played by Arthur Lovegrove
  7. "Nero Wolfe"
        - Salsicce 'Mezzanotte' (1971) TV episode, Played by Paolo Ferrari
        - Sfida al cioccolato (1971) TV episode, Played by Paolo Ferrari
        - La bella bugiarda (1971) TV episode, Played by Paolo Ferrari
        - La casa degli attori (1970) TV episode, Played by Paolo Ferrari
        - Il patto dei sei (1969) TV episode, Played by Paolo Ferrari
          (5 more)

  8. "Zu viele Köche"
        - Fünfter Teil (1961) TV episode, Played by Joachim Fuchsberger
        - Vierter Teil (1961) TV episode, Played by Joachim Fuchsberger
        - Dritter Teil (1961) TV episode, Played by Joachim Fuchsberger
        - Zweiter Teil (1961) TV episode, Played by Joachim Fuchsberger
        - Erster Teil (1961) TV episode, Played by Joachim Fuchsberger

  9. The League of Frightened Men (1937) Played by Lionel Stander
  10. Meet Nero Wolfe (1936) Played by Lionel Stander

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From "A Nero Wolfe Mystery: Prisoner's Base: Part 1 (#1.4)" (2001)
Nero Wolfe: So what happens today? Mr. Rowcliff took advantage of the absence of Mr. Goodwin whom he fears and petulantly envies and entered my house by force.
Lieutenant Rowcliff: That's a lie! I rang - !
Nero Wolfe: SHUT UP!
Nero Wolfe: [pauses] He was ass enough to think I would speak with him. Naturally, I ordered him out. And when I persisted in my refusal, I turned to leave...
Nero Wolfe: [growling] ... and he put a hand on me! He then took me into custody, under warrant, conducted me out of my home, and in a rickety old police car, with a headstrong and paroxysmal driver, brought me to this building. I had assumed charitably that it was some major misapprehension that had driven Mr. Rowcliff to this frenzied zeal. But I learned from you, Mr. Bowen, that it was merely a fit of nincompoopery! That you - you think that I have a client. That I know something you don't know and would like to and that you can bully it out of me. Well, you can't! I haven't got it! But you are correct in assuming that I have a client, I do.
Lieutenant Rowcliff: I knew it!
Nero Wolfe: As you may know, Mr. Goodwin is not indifferent to those attributes of young women which constitute the chief reliance of our race in our gallant struggle against the menace of the insects. He is also... especially vulnerable to young women who have a knack for stimulating his love of chivalry and adventure. Priscilla Eads was such a woman. Within hours of her eviction by him at my behest, she was brutally murdered. He then bounded out of my house, like a man obsessed, after telling me he was going single-handedly after the murderer. It was... pathetic. But also, thoroughly admirable. And your callous and churlish treatment of him leave me with no alternative: I am at his service.
Lieutenant Rowcliff: You mean Archie Goodwin is your client?
District Attorney T. Bowen: All that rigamarole was leading up to that?
Archie Goodwin: [kicks door open] I'm hungry. I had a soda fountain lunch. I could eat a porcupine with quills on it. Let's go home.
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