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19th Apr '18 10:46:50 PM hatchworth
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* In ''Theatre/TheScarletPimpernel'', Chauvelin- just like the original character in the eponymous [[{{Theatre/TheScarletPimpernel}} novel]]- is an agent of the French revolutionaries and once ordered to hunt down the Scarlet Pimpernel, he stops at nothing to do so.

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* In ''Theatre/TheScarletPimpernel'', Chauvelin- just like the original character in the eponymous [[{{Theatre/TheScarletPimpernel}} [[{{Literature/TheScarletPimpernel}} novel]]- is an agent of the French revolutionaries and once ordered to hunt down the Scarlet Pimpernel, he stops at nothing to do so.
19th Apr '18 10:46:14 PM hatchworth
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* In ''Theatre/TheScarletPimpernel '', Chauvelin is an agent of the French revolutionaries and once ordered to hunt down the Scarlet Pimpernel, he stops at nothing to do so.

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* In ''Theatre/TheScarletPimpernel '', Chauvelin ''Theatre/TheScarletPimpernel'', Chauvelin- just like the original character in the eponymous [[{{Theatre/TheScarletPimpernel}} novel]]- is an agent of the French revolutionaries and once ordered to hunt down the Scarlet Pimpernel, he stops at nothing to do so.
19th Apr '18 10:43:29 PM hatchworth
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* In ''Theatre/TheScarletPimpernel '', Chauvelin is an agent of the French revolutionaries and once ordered to hunt down the Scarlet Pimpernel, he stops at nothing to do so.
11th Apr '18 8:05:43 PM bwburke94
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* The cops and prosecutors from ''PhoenixWrightAceAttorney'' are similar to the ones in ''Franchise/PerryMason''... well, except for [[spoiler:Manfred von Karma]] in the first game, [[spoiler:who knows damn well who the real killers are, being one of them himself]].

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* The cops and prosecutors from ''PhoenixWrightAceAttorney'' ''Franchise/AceAttorney'' are similar to the ones in ''Franchise/PerryMason''... well, except for [[spoiler:Manfred von Karma]] in the first game, [[spoiler:who knows damn well who the real killers are, being one of them killer is, because it's himself]].
8th Apr '18 5:06:59 AM jormis29
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* Officer Natsuko in ''[[Anime/ReCutieHoney]]'', [[CharacterDevelopment at least]] [[HoYay at first]]. Honey is the only one that can fight Panther Claw, but she ''is'' acting outside the law (and her constant ClothingDamage from battles also paint her as an exhibitionist), so Nat-Chan is determined to arrest her.

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* Officer Natsuko in ''[[Anime/ReCutieHoney]]'', ''Anime/ReCutieHoney'', [[CharacterDevelopment at least]] [[HoYay at first]]. Honey is the only one that can fight Panther Claw, but she ''is'' acting outside the law (and her constant ClothingDamage from battles also paint her as an exhibitionist), so Nat-Chan is determined to arrest her.
7th Apr '18 11:10:35 PM UchuuFlamenco
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* Officer Natsuko in ''[[Anime/CuteyHoney Re: Cutie Honey]]'', [[CharacterDevelopment at least]] [[HoYay at first]]. Honey is the only one that can fight Panther Claw, but she ''is'' acting outside the law (and her constant ClothingDamage from battles also paint her as an exhibitionist), so Nat-Chan is determined to arrest her.

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* Officer Natsuko in ''[[Anime/CuteyHoney Re: Cutie Honey]]'', ''[[Anime/ReCutieHoney]]'', [[CharacterDevelopment at least]] [[HoYay at first]]. Honey is the only one that can fight Panther Claw, but she ''is'' acting outside the law (and her constant ClothingDamage from battles also paint her as an exhibitionist), so Nat-Chan is determined to arrest her.
6th Apr '18 3:23:49 AM kbissett
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* ''Anime/LupinIII'' subverts this with Inspector Zenigata. Although driven to capture Lupin and his gang to the point of obsession, Zenigata isn't so blind as to realize that unlike other career criminals, Lupin has a code of honor which leads to a mutual sense of respect between them despite being on opposite sides of the law. He also realizes that there are far worse individuals than Lupin and will begrudgingly join forces with him if doing so will serve the greater good.

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* ''Anime/LupinIII'' subverts this with Inspector Zenigata. Although driven to capture Lupin and his gang to the point of obsession, Zenigata isn't so blind as to realize that unlike other career criminals, Lupin has a code of honor which leads to a mutual sense of respect between them despite being on opposite sides of the law. He also realizes that there are far worse individuals than Lupin and will begrudgingly join forces with him if doing so will serve the greater good. But that won't stop him from going back to chasing after Lupin once he's finished processing the villain of the week that they'd joined forces to take down.
21st Mar '18 6:27:18 PM PaulA
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* In ''Film/SweetCountry'', black farmhand Sam Kelly kills white land-owner Harry March in self-defense and goes on the run, pursued by a posse led by Sergeant Fletcher. Fletcher initially assumes March was an innocent victim, partly out of racism and partly because he feels a comradeship with March because they were both ex-soldiers, and is determined to get Sam even after the rest of the posse gives up and turns for home. [[spoiler:His attitude changes after Sam gets a chance to tell his side of the story and Fletcher learns what an AssholeVictim March was.]]
28th Feb '18 11:06:36 AM Flame
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* ''Series/KaitouSentaiLupinrangervsKeisatsuSentaiPatranger'' gives us Keiichiro Asasi/Patran #1, the leader of the Patrangers. Despite the rival team, the Lupinrangers, stealing away [[MacGuffin the Lupin Collection]] from the villains to protect them, he is unflappable in his dedication in eradicating crime and has declared them criminals because "a thief will always be a thief". This is a source of grief for both teams.

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* ''Series/KaitouSentaiLupinrangervsKeisatsuSentaiPatranger'' gives us Keiichiro Asasi/Patran #1, the leader of the Patrangers. Despite the rival team, the Lupinrangers, stealing away [[MacGuffin the Lupin Collection]] from the villains to protect them, he is unflappable in his dedication in eradicating crime and has declared them criminals because "a thief will always be a thief". This is a source of grief for both teams.teams, but he opts to letting them go if something more pressing happens after a while.
21st Feb '18 11:55:33 AM EDP
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** Commissioner Alcmeone Pinko, the other Pinko's father, who hunted Fantomius, the one whose legacy Paperinik inherited. This time there's a better justification, as Fantomius was, by his own admission, a GentlemanThief ([[LampshadeHanging as stated again and again in the series' tagline]] and Fantomius' own {{Calling Card}}s), no matter [[AssholeVictim what his victims do to get a visit from Fantomius or the fact he often has to arrest them too]].

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** Commissioner Alcmeone Pinko, the other Pinko's father, who hunted Fantomius, the one whose legacy Paperinik inherited. This time there's a better justification, as Fantomius was, by his own admission, a GentlemanThief ([[LampshadeHanging as stated again and again in the series' tagline]] and Fantomius' own {{Calling Card}}s), no matter [[AssholeVictim what his victims do to get a visit from Fantomius or the fact he often has to arrest them too]]. It's also partly caused by him never knowing ''why'' Fantomius is targeting them, as if he knew he's going after them to insure justice he'd gladly let him go... [[ScrewTheRulesImDoingWhatsRight As he actually did the one time he knew]].
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