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Don't worry about Old Dabble, Billy, I'll take good care of him... and that's a promise just between you and me.
Give him a carrot every day... He likes carrots.
I will, even if I have to steal one.
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Charlton Heston, was a great narrator in this series. Through three generations, how murders were happening under their noses. The murderer was among them. Each Chief investigated the murders. I didn't like Sonny Butts. He was a womanizer and likewise wasn't police material. They should have found another Will Henry Lee. It did keep your attention. However you know the murderer, from the first.
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