A military test is conducted in the remote desert and headquartered in the resort where Kimble is working. He learns of the top-secret operation and this knowledge puts him in great danger.

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Dr. Richard Kimble / Fred Tate
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Major Christopher Beck
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David Jones
Bill Gunn ...
Avery
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Homer Price
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Lt. Philip Gerard (credit only)
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Pickett
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Murchison
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General Fredricks
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A military test is conducted in the remote desert and headquartered in the resort where Kimble is working. He learns of the top-secret operation and this knowledge puts him in great danger.

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12 October 1965 (USA)  »

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In The Fugitive: The Girl from Little Egypt (1963), Dr. Kimble's full name is pronounced Richard David Kimble by the judge. Here, military records have his name as Kimble, Richard NMI, meaning "no middle initial". See more »

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Avery: Washington ran a check on those prints we sent out. It seems there isn't any Fred Tate. But there's a non-com with the medics in Korea named Kimble, Richard NMI.
Major Christopher Beck: Have him brought to the bungalow. I'll be right in.
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26 October 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Kimble is working as a bellboy at a hotel in the desert, when peculiar things start to happen. He hears the manager tell people on the phone that the hotel is full, but it is nearly empty. Some of the employees are also sent away.

Kimble decides to flee, but military officers disguised as hotel patrons arrest him. They believe him to be a spy, intent on gathering and passing on information about the military activities. Not surprisingly, Kimble's medical skills become needed.

Kimble has to satisfy the military, evade an enemy intent on his destruction, and somehow manage to escape before the big brass show up.


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