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-> ''"Go ahead and do it. Dead or alive, you're coming with me."''
-> ''"Buddy, I think you're slime."''
-> ''"Serve the public trust. Protect the innocent. Uphold the law."''
-> ''"Let the woman go. You are under arrest."''
-> ''"Your move, creep."''
-> ''"Madam, you have suffered an emotional shock. I will notify a rape crisis center."''
-> ''(after knocking out a convenience store robber) "Thank you for your cooperation. Good night."''
-> ''"Excuse me, I have to go. Somewhere there is a crime happening."''
-> ''"Come quietly or there will be... trouble."''
-> ''"Yes. I am a cop."''
-> ''"Book him. ("What's the charge?") He's a cop killer."''
-> ''(before opening fire on the gang of criminals) "Looking for me?"''
-> ''"I'm not arresting you anymore."''
-> ''(when asked his name at the end of the film) "Murphy."''
-->-- '''Murphy / [=RoboCop=]'''


-> [=RoboCop=] is everything you could possibly want in a cop, unless everything you wanted in a cop included apprehending suspects and writing tickets for traffic violations. Then you are pretty much shit out of luck.

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-> [=RoboCop=] ''[=RoboCop=] is everything you could possibly want in a cop, unless everything you wanted in a cop included apprehending suspects and writing tickets for traffic violations. Then you are pretty much shit out of luck.''


-> RoboCop is everything you could possibly want in a cop, unless everything you wanted in a cop included apprehending suspects and writing tickets for traffic violations. Then you are pretty much shit out of luck.

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-> RoboCop [=RoboCop=] is everything you could possibly want in a cop, unless everything you wanted in a cop included apprehending suspects and writing tickets for traffic violations. Then you are pretty much shit out of luck.



-> "I'd buy that for a dollar!"

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-> "I'd ''"I'd buy that for a dollar!"dollar!"''



"Dead or alive, you're coming with me."

"Your move, creep."

"Bitches, leave!"

"I fuckin' love that guy!"

"Dick, you're fired!"

"Serve the public trust. Protect the innocent. Uphold the law."

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"Dick, you're fired!"


-->-- '''Moustachioed Show Host'''

"Dead or alive, you are coming with me."

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-->-- '''Moustachioed '''Mustachioed Show Host'''

"Dead or alive, you are you're coming with me."



"Bitches, leave."

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"Bitches, leave.leave!"

"I fuckin' love that guy!"

"Serve the public trust. Protect the innocent. Uphold the law.
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"Bitches, leave."


-->-- '''{{Cracked}}'''

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-->-- '''{{Cracked}}'''
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"Dead or alive, you are coming with me."

"Your move, creep."

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-> "I'd buy that for a dollar!"
-->-- '''Moustachioed Show Host'''



-> RoboCop tends to eschew Miranda rights for overt violence, is what we're saying here.


-> Details like "being a cop" seemed to have taken a back seat to "urban tank with a built-in brain" when the geniuses at OCP were dreaming him up. We never see him ticket a jaywalker or chastise an old lady for letting her dog shit on the sidewalk. He is more likely to shoot the jaywalker (he was armed) and sucker punch the old lady into the next city block.

-> When asked if he had anything to say to the kids at home (on TV), he replied "Stay out of trouble." What he meant was "Stay out of trouble, because I don't discriminate. Seriously, I will literally stick a foot up your ass. They will need battery acid to clean you out of my sole."



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