"The Enforcer" is a 1976 American action film directed by James Fargo and starring Clint Eastwood as San Francisco Police Inspector "Dirty" Harry Callahan. It is the third film in the "Dirty Harry" series, following "Dirty Harry" (1971) and "Magnum Force" (1973).
In "The Enforcer," Harry Callahan is assigned to investigate a terrorist group known as the People's Revolutionary Strike Force (PRSF) that has kidnapped the mayor of San Francisco and demands a ransom. Harry is partnered with Inspector Kate Moore, played by Tyne Daly, who is the first female police officer to be featured prominently in the "Dirty Harry" series.
The film features several action-packed sequences as Harry and Kate track down the PRSF and try to rescue the mayor. Along the way, they encounter various obstacles, including corrupt police officers and a brutal showdown with the terrorists.
One of the film's key themes is the role of women in law enforcement, as Kate Moore challenges Harry's traditional view of women's abilities in the police force. Despite their initial differences, the two characters learn to work together and eventually form a mutual respect.
"The Enforcer" was a commercial success and received generally positive reviews from critics. It is considered one of the most iconic films of the "Dirty Harry" series and is notable for its portrayal of a strong female character in law enforcement.