Kimble is riding with a man named Hanes who is driving back to his hometown. When Hanes starts a fight, the sheriff arrests them both, as he recognizes Kimble as a wanted man. A troubled youth named Tad plans to help Kimble escape.

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Sheriff Charles Edward Shafter
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Hanes McClure
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Marybeth Thompson
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Deputy Shirky Saulter
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Tad Thompson
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Lt. Philip Gerard (credit only)
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John Petri Alsup
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Little Jim
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Jud Tormer
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Mayor Cleo Potter
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Kimble is riding with a man named Hanes who is driving back to his hometown. When Hanes starts a fight, the sheriff arrests them both, as he recognizes Kimble as a wanted man. A troubled youth named Tad plans to help Kimble escape.

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22 December 1964 (USA)  »

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When Shafter pushes McClure away from the bars after he attacked the reporter, McClure bumps into the back wall and it wobbles. See more »

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Narrator: [Act One Opening Narration. Viewers see Richard Kimble, suitcase in hand, walking down a country road. He pauses to observe a sign that reads "Corona 13 miles"] This is a man who must keep moving, pursuing, pursued. He is not a man of solitude but often the friendless, open road is his only alternative to death by execution. Richard Kimble travels a lot by thumb, makes many a lonely hike between rides.
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Another visit to a crappy small town...
14 April 2017 | by (Bradenton, Florida) – See all my reviews

I've watched a lot of DVDs of 1960s and 70s shows and have noticed one familiar cliché--the hellishly awful small town. Instead of being the nice Mayberry-like places, very often small towns are shows as being places filled with narrow-minded idiots...and this one is pretty idiotic!

When the show begins, Haines (Warren Oates) arrives back in town after many years...and folks all run for cover. Apparently, he is a hellraiser and has been accused of a lot of crimes--and they are sure he's returning to cause trouble. Fortunately, they are able to capture him...unfortunately, Richard Kimble was picked up while hitchhiking and they capture him as well. Now both men are in a tiny jail...waiting to be taken off to the county jail. As for the townsfolk, they all begin acting like idiots and a weird mob mentality takes hold. Once scared, they are now quite brave now that Haines is behind bars...at least for now.

Warren Oates' performance is enjoyable but I wasn't thrilled by the episode simply because the towns folk were all such cartoonish people...and the lady played by Madelyn Sherwood so annoying I felt like tossing something at my TV! Worth seeing but seriously flawed.


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