The Fugitive: Season 3, Episode 8

An Apple a Day (2 Nov. 1965)

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After injuring his ankle while running from the police Kimble winds up in the care of a natural medicine practitioner. Kimble believes another patient of his is seriously ill but is unsure how to save her.

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Josephus Adams
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Marianne Adams
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Sharon Wolfe
Barry Morse ...
Lt. Philip Gerard (credit only)
Walter Baldwin ...
Mr. Weaver
Amzie Strickland ...
Mrs. Crandall
Bill Quinn ...
Dr. Olney
Gene Darfler ...
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Marlowe Jensen ...
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After injuring his ankle while running from the police Kimble winds up in the care of a natural medicine practitioner. Kimble believes another patient of his is seriously ill but is unsure how to save her.

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Narrator: [Opening Narration] Briar County, Colorado, where a man runs in desperation before the guns and dogs of a sheriff's posse closing in for the kill. A move in the wrong direction, a broken stride, a waste of precious seconds in looking back, these are the things that can cost Richard Kimble his life.
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Kimble is being chased by police in Colorado when he takes a tumble down a mountain and injures his ankle. An older couple, the Crandalls, finds him and takes him to Dr. Josephus Adams (actor Arthur O'Connell). Josephus is a naturopathic doctor, who uses natural remedies like honey and vinegar, and scorns allopathic medicine, the standard medicine practiced by other doctors like Dr. Kimble.

Kimble is distressed by the approach of Josephus to the illness of Mrs. Crandall, who has a chronic cough, and whom Josephus is treating with a honey-based cough syrup. Kimble's comments gain him the antagonism of Josephus' niece Sharon (actress Kim Darby) and his wife Marianne (actress Sheree North).

Police involvement, the discovery by Kimble of a serious illness of Sharon which Kimble cannot ignore, and the discovery of Kimble's identity by Marianne, all pose dangers for Kimble.


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