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
Madeleine Sherwood ...
Marybeth Thompson
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Deputy Shirky Saulter
Dee Pollock ...
Tad Thompson
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Lt. Philip Gerard (credit only)
George Mitchell ...
John Petri Alsup
David Kent ...
Little Jim
Steve Harris ...
Bead Halleck
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Sue Ann
Robert Sorrells ...
Jud Tormer
Mathew McCue ...
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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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Warren Oates At His Best !
24 May 2014 | by (Mesa, AZ USA) – See all my reviews

I thoroughly enjoyed this episode as it portrays Warren Oates at his best ! What a better role for Oates to play than the notorious Hanes McClure. Just the thought of Hanes returning to Corona has everyone literally trembling in their shoes; and Oates plays it to the hilt !

Philip Abbott plays Constable Charles Edwards, a long time friend of Hanes. He's forced to deal with the rowdy, enthusiastic McClure who won't take no for an answer.

Strother Martin is hysterical in his role as billiard hall owner Shirky, who will do anything for a dollar. Throw in an excellent performance by Madeleine Sherwood as the town's phone operator and overprotective mother along with the nosy, Peyton Placelike townsfolk and we do have a Devil's Carnival.

A very memorable episode indeed !


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