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Bird in the Hand 

Fraser is forced to protect the man who killed his father from a group of gun smugglers, causing Fraser's emotions and his oath to do his duty to conflict.

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Louis Gardino (credit only)
Tony Craig ...
Jack Huey (credit only)
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Elaine Besbriss
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Scott Gibson ...
Ovitz
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Lloyd P. Nash
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FBI Agent Borland
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Christopher Thomas ...
Marshall #1
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Fraser is forced to protect the man who killed his father from a group of gun smugglers, causing Fraser's emotions and his oath to do his duty to conflict.

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22 December 1995 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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Goofs

During the climactic shoot-out, Ray is seen at one point firing his gun behind Fraser Sr.'s head; though the gunfire can be heard, there are no visible muzzle flashes. See more »

Quotes

[former Mountie, now convicted killer Gerard attempts to escape by climbing up a slick roof. He slides off and grabs onto a second story windowsill with one hand. The ghost of Mountie Robert Fraser, the man he killed, appears at the window offering a hand]
Fraser Sr.: Take my hand.
Gerrard: [shocked] Ah! You're dead!
Fraser Sr.: No time to be choosy.
[Gerrard attempts to take Fraser's ghostly hand, but his hand passes right through, and he falls]
Fraser Sr.: Oh. My mistake.
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