The Fugitive: Season 3, Episode 14

End of the Line (21 Dec. 1965)

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While running from the police, Kimble "borrows" another man's wallet to pay for a train ticket. He goes to great lengths to return the wallet and money but in so doing he sees the man's murder and becomes the chief suspect in his death.

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Neil Hollis
Barbara Dana ...
Betty Jo Unger
Crahan Denton ...
R.T. Unger
Richard Roat ...
Glen
Len Wayland ...
Kress
Barry Morse ...
Lt. Philip Gerard (credit only)
James McCallion ...
Sammy
Eddie Firestone ...
Taxi driver
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Edward Hee
Jon Lormer ...
Conductor
Ted Gehring ...
Truck driver
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While running from the police, Kimble "borrows" another man's wallet to pay for a train ticket. He goes to great lengths to return the wallet and money but in so doing he sees the man's murder and becomes the chief suspect in his death.

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Narrator: [Opening Narration] A man's image can be shaped by society's opinion of him. A fugitive must ask himself how long can a running man hold out against that opinion. How many miles, how many accusations before he becomes what society has labeled him.
[Long pause]
Narrator: How do you measure the difference in thieves - by the amount stolen? In the conscience of Dr. Richard Kimble, there is little difference between the thief on the train and himself. It will be a long time before he forgets that face.
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19 November 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Kimble, hitchhiking, is dropped off in Raiford, Florida, a prison town. Taking a train, he finds he has lost his wallet and cannot pay the fare. Under the amused eyes of a just-released convict, Kimble steals the wallet of a train passenger. He then gets off in Fort Scott and seeks to earn money to restock the wallet and return it to the owner.

The owner, Roy T. Unger, played by actor Crahan Denton, is a grumpy, conservative, hardworking owner of a dairy. He has returned from Raiford escorting his pregnant, unmarried daughter, Betty Jo, who was there to visit her boyfriend, prisoner Neil Hollis, who is getting out of prison after a 6 month stay. Roy is unhappy about his daughter's pregnancy and love affair with Neil.

Roy suspects Kimble for the theft and has reported him to the police. Meanwhile, the complex relationships and plotting of Roy, Betty Jo and Neil pose additional danger for Kimble.


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