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Richard Kimble confronts Charles Nichols with the truth about the research during his speech at the hotel.
Al Capone explains in a brutal way why you have to work as a team...
The protesters are confronted with an army of policemen who are willing to stop them.
Eliot Ness goes to the lobby of the hotel where Al Capone stays. Ness threatens Capone who is walking down the stairs with his bodyguards. Jim Malone enters and tries to calm Ness down.
Ted dances with his deceased wife.
The pigeon lady takes Kevin into the Carnegie Hall attic where he listens to the orchestra playing a Christmas song.
Ferris takes his friends Cameron and Sloan to the Art Institute of Chicago.
Julienne wants George's ring so it looks like they're engaged
Cameron and Sloan talk about Ferris.
The Mayor is speeching to commemorate the police commissioner after the funeral parade by the police.
Paige, Leo and their friends are running from security guards after the wedding at the Art Institute of Chicago.
Kevin is about to discover that Harry and Marv are standing behind him after he has visited Duncan’s Toy Chest.
Jim Malone and Eliot Ness and his team leave the FBI buidling and cross the street to raid the first liquer depot from Al Capone.
One of the robbers, the Joker, is waiting for a lift.
The team is about to enter a place run by Capone where alcohol is shipped illegally. There is no way back from here…
Colter and Christina walking through the city.
Do you believe in fate?' Colter Stevens asks Christina Warren when she wants to show him something.
The showdown between Batman - on the Batpod - and the Joker.
Lucy saves Peter at the El Station where she works.
Paige and Leo kiss each other at Cloud Gate.
Colter Stevens and Christina Warren stand before Cloud Gate when he says: 'This feels like exactly where we supposed to be.'
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Ferris participates in the parade because he wants to show Cameron they saw a lot of great things that day. He sings Danke Schoen by Wayne Newton and imitates The Beatles's Twist and Shout.
Al Capone tells the press he is innocent.
The roof of the helicopter landings.