OPEN COUNTRY - DAY
sidearms, sunglasses; they look like they mean it.
Wonder what reservation they let
him off of...
Yeah, there goes the neighborhood.
Say, buddy, my engine's
overheating and I got 30 miles
before the next station... Could
I get some water out of your
You got a real big mouth, convict.
It's okay, chief. He's just
How about the water...
Firewater, Tonto? Is that what
Billy whirls, swings at Ganz. Both men roll to the ground.
Hey! Jesus Christ!
THE OTHER GUARDS
Seeing the commotion, they run toward it.
GANZ AND BILLY:
That's a state prisoner,
asshole...! Back off...
runs for the prison bus.
THE OTHER PRISONERS
Hefts his weapon...
APO 657, Unit 25 to APO 478t APO
657t Unit 25 to APO 478.
Go ahead, Unit 25.
Escape in progress. Two officers
shot off rail crossing 31.
Prisoners escaping. Two men, one
six-four, 200 pounds, dark, an
Indian, the other, Albert Ganz,
direction of the road gang.
Takes off his hat, puts on a baseball cap and sunglasses...
Get ready to duck.
blaring, lights flashing. They pass the road gang. Ganz
You know something? I'm having a
real good time.
dot on the landscape.
A DOORWAY - NIGHT
stealthily moves up a stairwell.
48 Hrs. (1982)
Synopsis: Renegade cop Jack Cates (Nick Nolte) pulls bank robber Reggie Hammond (Eddie Murphy) from a federal prison on a 48-hour leave to help him capture Hammond's old partner, Albert Ganz (James Remar). Having escaped from a prison work crew, Ganz is on a killing spree around San Francisco, on the trail of half a million dollars that went missing after one of his robberies. The cocky Reggie knows where the money is, but spars with the hotheaded Jack as he enjoys his temporary freedom.