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 murdered and becomes the chief suspect in his death.

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Dr. Richard Kimble / Bob Mossman
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Neil Hollis
Barbara Dana ...
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Roy T. Unger
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Glen - Police Sergeant
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Chief Bill Kress
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Lt. Philip Gerard (credit only)
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Sammy
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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 murdered and becomes the chief suspect in his death.

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21 December 1965 (USA)  »

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Ten years after this, James McCallion and Len Wayland would both have bit parts in David Janssen's show Harry O: Silent Kill (1975). See more »

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Betty Jo Unger: I hope you give them a good race, Sam. Whoever you're running from. Me, I'm out of condition.
[Kimble looks at her, frowning]
Betty Jo Unger: Don't look so worried; it'll give you wrinkles.
[Kimble smiles and Betty Jo walks away]
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The convicted murderer witnesses a murder...
24 April 2017 | by (Bradenton, Florida) – See all my reviews

In a rare departure for Richard Kimble, he's on a train but has lost his wallet. In desperation, he lifts another man's wallet and pays the fare. But Kimble IS essentially an honest man and finds a short- term job to pay for the ticket and then sets out to find Mr. Unger to return the wallet.

In the meantime, you see Unger and his daughter interacting. Roy Unger is a hard man...tough, humorless and never lets his daughter forget she's carrying a crook's baby. Later, when Kimble comes to the Unger home to return the wallet, Roy is gone...but his daughter isn't. She takes the money...and plans on keeping this for herself and using it to leave town and her nasty father.

In the meantime, the baby daddy arrives in town and you learn he's not been around because Roy Unger has paid him not to be there. But instead of $1000, Unger only gives him $500. The baby daddy is angry...and kills Unger! Kimble witnesses this but is powerless to do much because he is a fugitive. What's next? See the show.

Like so many episodes, Richard Kimble puts his freedom at risk in order to help others. An interesting story and one that is well worth your time.


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