A police roadblock, including Lt. Gerard, causes Kimble to escape cross country into an area populated with moonshiners. With Gerard in hot pursuit, they're both caught, and Kimble must defend Gerard to keep him from being hanged.

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Dr. Richard Kimble / Paul Hunter
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A police roadblock, including Lt. Gerard, causes Kimble to escape cross country into an area populated with moonshiners. With Gerard in hot pursuit, they're both caught, and Kimble must defend Gerard to keep him from being hanged.

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The music played at the beginning of Act III was originally used in The Twilight Zone Episode called Two (Season 3 Episode 1.) It later was used as the theme for The CBS Radio Mystery Theater during its 9-year run from 1974-1982. See more »

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Narrator: [Epilog Closing Narration. Viewers see Richard Kimble aboard a bus labeled "Trans-Michigan Transit Lines] It is a never-ending pattern: buy a ticket, catch a bus, east and north, south or west, destination any town. This time maybe he'll be there, a man with one arm, and for Richard Kimble, the never-ending pattern will be ended.
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Proof that Girard just doesn't get it....
15 April 2017 | by (Bradenton, Florida) – See all my reviews

When the show begins, Girard is right on Kimble's tail...chasing him down in some southern town. However, when Kimble runs onto land controlled by a clan of violent moonshiners, things take a real wild turn. While Kimble is eventually able to convince these folks that he's harmless, Girard is not so fortunate. They ASSUME he attacked a woman and beat her and are going to string him up for a crime he didn't commit...yet, oddly, Girard never considers that his predicament is in so many ways like Kimble's. And, when Kimble helps Girard escape death, Girard, as usual, is all business and won't give up his dogged chase. Nice to see the man learned absolutely NOTHING from the episode, huh?!

This is a decent episode except that all the hillbilly histrionics are a bit tough to believe and are very stereotypical. Still, worth seeing but not among the best of the shows.


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