The Escape of Prisoner 614

Synopsis: Two inept, small-town Sheriff's Deputies catch an escaped prisoner that they believe was wrongly convicted.
Director(s): Zach Golden
Production: Saban Films
Rotten Tomatoes:
97 min

we only made one arrest.

[clearing throat]

And that son of

a bitch got away.

Oh yeah.

Turns out it's not illegal

to fish without a license

if you don't catch anything.

Marla, let me

ask you something.

You'd say you know us

pretty good, right?

We're practically family.

You think we're good deputies?

Well, the way I see it,

if you're not arresting anyone,

it means there's no crime,

and if there's no crime,

it means that you two are

pretty darn good deputies.

Uh-huh. And that is exactly

what we'll tell the sheriff.

Thanks, Marla.

What's the damage?

Two cents for my two cents.

The rest, as usual,

on the house.

Are you kidding about

that two cents, Marla?

I don't carry change.

It doesn't feel

good in my pockets.

[Marla] Oh, forget it.

[gun clicking]

[gun clicking]

[Jim] Get out of there.

[door slamming]



Morning, sir.

Can I offer you a pastry, sir?

Awful tasty.

[throat clearing]

Yes, sir.

Good choice.

[Thurman] Yes, sir.

How was your trip, sir?



That's good, I guess.


I got a deposition 30 minutes

right outside Kingston,

so let's skip the pleasantries

and get right down

to brass tacks.

Yes, sir.


Well, I got some good news

for you, sheriff.

No arrests to

review this quarter.

What we figure is

if there's no arrests,

one could extrapolate

that there's no crime.

And if there's no crime,

then all in all,

I'd say we're doing

a pretty bang up job.


Well, I mean if

there's no crime,

well then, why would I need

a deputy in Shandaken,

much less two of them.

Well, God forbid

there is a crime, sir,

- we would protect the citizenry.

- Uh-huh.

So, we're kind of worried

about hypothetical crime.

- [Thurman] Yes, sir.

- Mmm.

As well as the threat

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