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Buz Murdock (Character)
from "Route 66" (1960)

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Route 66: :  -- Trailer for Route 66: The Complete Series

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Lived in St. Francis Home for Foundlings in New York City when he was growing up... See more »

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  1. "Route 66"
        - ...Shall Forfeit His Dog and Ten Shillings to the King (1963) TV episode, Played by George Maharis
        - Somehow It Gets to Be Tomorrow (1963) TV episode, Played by George Maharis
        - Suppose I Said I Was the Queen of Spain (1963) TV episode, Played by George Maharis
        - A Gift for a Warrior (1963) TV episode, Played by George Maharis
        - You Can't Pick Cotton in Tahiti (1963) TV episode, Played by George Maharis
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From "Route 66: Effigy in Snow (#1.21)" (1961)
Mr. Fontaine: I'll find him, Sheriff. I've always found him.
Sheriff: This time you're too late.
Mr. Fontaine: But what makes you think this dead girl is his dead girl?
Sheriff: The look on your face tells me you think so.
Mr. Fontaine: But maybe I'm not too late for the second girl.
Buz Murdock: This guy Fontaine - is he dangerous?
Sheriff: He escaped from an asylum back east.
Buz Murdock: You mean he's insane?
Mr. Fontaine: No, no, just angry. He's consumed with wrath, tortured with memories, doing the killing I didn't do. Doing it for me, and for himself.
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