When the boxing opponent of a young man Ray is training is sent to the hospital possibly dead, a man turns up dead and the evidence suggests Ray's wannabe boxer may have done it.

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When the boxing opponent of a young man Ray is training is sent to the hospital possibly dead, a man turns up dead and the evidence suggests Ray's wannabe boxer may have done it.

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26 October 1997 (USA)  »

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At 17:36 (no commercials), when Fraser and Ray pass through the double doors, they switch positions: Fraser is to Ray's left, then Fraser appears to Ray's right. See more »

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Det. Stanley Raymond Kowalski: You admit that I'm right or I'll pop you in the head.
Constable Benton Fraser: We're now dealing with logic now, are we?
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Slave To Your Love
Written by Dutch Robinson and Saby Buccella
Performed by Dutch Robinson
Published by Long Way Home Music Publishing and Buccella Publishing
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