The Fugitive: Season 3, Episode 19

Echo of a Nightmare (25 Jan. 1966)

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After being mugged by four hoodlums Kimble is reluctant to deal with the police. But while leaving town, he ends up getting handcuffed to a policewoman. When she breaks her ankle Kimble has to help her while evading the police manhunt.

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Dr. Richard Kimble / Richard Taylor
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Policewoman Jane Washburn
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Nick Jackson
Elisabeth Fraser ...
Millie Jackson
John Lasell ...
Cramer
Dennis Olivieri ...
Wes Cramer
Kevin O'Neal ...
Perry Jackson
Barry Morse ...
Lt. Philip Gerard (credit only)
Harry Millard ...
Police Officer Harry
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Barney
Hugh Sanders ...
Al
Marc Winters ...
Little boy
Ford Rainey ...
Lieutenant C. Wynn
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After being mugged by four hoodlums Kimble is reluctant to deal with the police. But while leaving town, he ends up getting handcuffed to a policewoman. When she breaks her ankle Kimble has to help her while evading the police manhunt.

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This was Hugh Sanders's final television appearance before his death on January 9, 1966 at the age of 54, 19 days before this episode was broadcast. See more »

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Narrator: [Opening Narration. Viewers see Richard Kimble, suitcase in hand, walking down the street in a small town] As a doctor, he had dedicated himself to the preservation of life. Now a Fugitive, the life he must preserve is his own. Richard Kimble's safety depends on knowing where the enemy is - and who.
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Kimble is beaten and robbed by teens. Jane Washburn, brilliantly played by actress Shirley Knight, sees it. She follows Kimble into a restaurant and offers aid. She is puzzled that he does not want to report the crime to the police. He accepts a ride with her.

Jane is small, feminine, reserved and soft-spoken. Kimble gets a big surprise when it turns out she is a policewoman and handcuffs herself to him, hoping to take him back to the station for questioning. Kimble is forced to make a desperate break through the countryside handcuffed to Jane. The police, equally desperate to find Jane, lean hard on the teens to get them to confess and identify the robbery victim so they will know who they are dealing with.


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