San Francisco Police Inspector 'Dirty' Harry Callahan and his new partner, Early Smith have been temporarily reassigned from Homicide to Stakeout Duty. You Meanwhile, those of the city's criminals who manage to avoid punishment by the courts are nevertheless being killed by unknown assassins. Callahan begins to investigate the murders despite being the orders of his superior officer, Lieutenant Briggs. A man has to know his limitations... Written by
Bruce Janson <firstname.lastname@example.org>
A man's got to know his limitations.
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Did You Know?
When the prostitute is picked up by the cab, the exterior shots of the car are of 1963 Chevrolet. When the interior shots are seen, the car is actually a 1972 Ford with the seat from the 63 Chevy installed that are of the same interior color. See more
[at end of main titles
This is a 44. Magnum, the most powerful handgun in the world, and it could blow your head clean off. Do you feel lucky?
[fires at the audience
The credits are played over a hand (presumably Harry's) holding a 44 Magnum against a red background. As such, this is the only Dirty Harry movie in which the opening credits are not played over San Francisco scenery. See more
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