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Slip, who has difficulties in keeping a job for too long, is hired by the District Attorney's office to serve summons and warrants to problematic citizens.
Early in the movie, Slip is seen playing pinball at Louie's. It is a "Victory" pinball machine made by Genco Manufacturing Company in 1941.
Terrence 'Slip' Mahoney:
Looks more like somebody's trying to incite a riot.
'Sach' Jones: What do you mean inside? The guys outside.
Terrence 'Slip' Mahoney: Whoever said "Ignorance is bliss" must have been talking to you first.
A reflection of the boom microphone is briefly visible in the store window behind the street hustler.
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