The Fugitive: Season 1, Episode 17

Come Watch Me Die (21 Jan. 1964)

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Kimble is deputized to transport a suspected killer of a man and his wife, to the county seat, along with witnesses who want to lynch the prisoner.

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Dr. Richard Kimble / Ben Rogers
Robert Doyle ...
Bellows
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Ed Shrader
Russell Collins ...
Cal Clement
Judson Pratt ...
Bowers
Randy Boone ...
Benjy
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Charley
David McLean ...
Sheriff
Barry Morse ...
Lt. Philip Gerard (credit only)
Virginia Christine ...
Cora
John McLiam ...
Jeff
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Stella
John Harmon ...
Crumers
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Kimble is deputized to transport a suspected killer of a man and his wife, to the county seat, along with witnesses who want to lynch the prisoner.

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Bruce Dern who plays the posse member Charley and Diane Ladd who plays the diner waitress Stella were married to each other at the time. See more »

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Narrator: [Act I Opening Narration. Viewers see Richard Kimble driving a farm grinder] Nebraska - a world of wheat, dirt roads, all open to the sky. But still a silent sky. Richard Kimble has found temporary refuge in the remote farming community of Black Moccasin. And even here there are questions.
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1/21/64: "Come Watch Me Die"
12 April 2015 | by (N Syracuse NY) – See all my reviews

This is a one of those delicious situations the writers have set up for Kimble to get trapped in. It kind of combines "In Cold Blood", (the book wasn't published until 1966 but the murders had taken place in 1959), with "3:10 to Yuma", (the original movie had come out in 1957). Kimble is working as a farm hand in Nebraska when a guy named Bellows is seen running from a house. Inside a man and woman have been murdered. Kimble is pressed into service to drive Bellows to the county seat, along with a drunken deputy and members of the posse that caught him, one of whom is (red alert!) Bruce Dern, the couple's son who, when joining in the drinking, decides he wants Bellow lynched. Kimble escapes with Bellows, who seems like a nice guy. But he still intends to deliver him to the sheriff, even at risk of his own life. One of the really good episodes of this classic series.


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