A death on a diving barge that Dr. Kimble works on makes the owner want to get rid of Kimble so he can't testify to what happened.



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Episode cast overview:
Dr. Richard Kimble / Tony Carter
Joe Steelman
Coralee Reynolds
Lucille Steelman
Joe Maross ...
Milt Carr
James Frawley ...
Lt. Philip Gerard (credit only)
Officer George Graham
Frank Reynolds
Peter Madsen ...


A death on a diving barge that Dr. Kimble works on makes the owner want to get rid of Kimble so he can't testify to what happened.

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26 April 1966 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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Narrator: [Opening Narration. Viewers see Richard Kimble working on a barge] A derrick barge used for underwater salvage work off the coast of southern California. Richard Kimble has taken the name Tony Carter and unknowingly taken the hand of trouble.
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3 April 2009 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Kimble, using the name Tony Carter, works on a boat that does salvage work. The captain is Joe Steelman (actor Murray Hamilton). A diver, Johnny, the brother of Joe's wife Lucille (actress Patricia Smith), drowns. It is commonly believed among the sailors that Coralee Reynolds (actress Antoinette Bower), who recently began dating Johnny, is a jinx who was responsible for the death, even though she was not on board the boat. However, Kimble examined Johnny's diving helmet after the drowning, and saw that a piece had worn and broken, probably due to negligence of Joe.

Coralee works for her uncle Frank (actor Rusty Lane) at a small diner in this seaside town, but patrons begin to shun her because of her reputation, and Frank can't afford to lose the customers. But one patron is far too intelligent to believe in jinxes: Kimble. Kimble warns her he will only be in town a couple more weeks, but the two start a romantic relationship.

Joe fears that "Tony" will testify against him at the upcoming inquest on the death of Johnny. Coralee suspects Joe has a plan to prevent "Tony" from testifying at the inquest, and she takes steps to protect him, but those steps place Kimble in serious danger.

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