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
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Cal Clement
Judson Pratt ...
Bowers
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Benjy
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Charley
David McLean ...
Sheriff
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Lt. Philip Gerard (credit only)
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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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21 January 1964 (USA)  »

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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: [Epilog Closing Narration. Viewers see Richard Kimble walking down a farm road] A walk toward the horizon. A hope that it will lead to the man with one arm. Only then will the search be over - for the Fugitive.
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7 October 2008 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Bellows (actor Robert Doyle) is seen leaving a Nebraska farmhouse by Benjy (actor Randy Boone) and Charley (actor Bruce Dern). Inside they find their parents murdered. Bellows runs off and steals a car. He wrecks the car and runs off again, but is captured.

Richard Kimble (using the name Ben Rogers), working in the area as a mechanic for farm machinery, is stopped by the posse, but soon is recognized as innocent.

The sheriff wants to bring Bellows and 4 witnesses to the county seat for legal proceedings, so he secures a bus from Kimble's boss. Since the boss is busy that night, he taps Kimble to be the driver. Kimble reluctantly goes, and reluctantly gets sworn in as a deputy to help guard the prisoner while the real deputy does some of the driving.

The drunken witnesses hatch a plan to lynch Bellows, disturbing Kimble greatly, since Bellows is proclaiming his innocence.

Kimble's efforts to save Bellows work out badly, and Kimble falls under suspicion of being a confederate of Bellows. Kimble must fight hard to recapture the fugitive and restore his own (Ben Rogers') reputation.


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