Kimble breaks jail with a friendly, slightly retarded young man, and finds out the man may have been falsely blamed for a crime he did not commit years ago.



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Episode cast overview:
Dr. Richard Kimble / Bill Carter
Davey 'Fatso' Lambert
Burt Brinckerhoff ...
Frank Lambert
Glenda Farrell ...
Mrs. Maggie Lambert
Sheriff Crowley
Paul Birch ...
Garry Walberg ...


Richard Kimble is thrown in a local jail after minor traffic accident and his fingerprints are put out over the wire. Before Lt. Gerard arrives, Kimble breaks out of the jail with a friendly overweight young man. Kimble later finds out his new found friend may have been framed for a horrific crime he did not commit, years ago. Written by Gene Jenkins

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19 November 1963 (USA)  »

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When David and Bill arrive at the ranch, and brother Frank drives up in his jeep, David introduces Frank to "Bill" (no last name used). At the end of the scene, Frank tells "Mr. Carter" to jump into the jeep. There is no way he would know Bill's last name. See more »


Narrator: [Act I Opening Narration. Viewers see Richard Kimble riding in an auto with a man] A ride with a stranger. A friendly stranger but a Fugitive can't afford the luxury of friendship. He has to keep his thoughts to himself, weigh every word carefully.
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13 November 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Kimble (Bill Carter) is jailed for a minor traffic accident, and makes friends with Davy, played by actor Jack Weston. Davy is overweight, and of below-normal intelligence. He is in jail for public drunkenness. When Davy is released, Kimble, whose prints have been sent to the State Police and whose identity will soon be discovered, uses the opportunity to escape. The problem: Davy wants to tag along. Kimble has no time to argue and leaves with Davy right behind.

They hop a train to Davy's home, where he was summoned by his mother because his father is dying. Davy has been away for years. To Kimble's surprise, they are a wealthy family with a horse ranch.

Davy's father (David Sr.) and brother (Frank) despise and ridicule him, to the dismay of his mother, who loves Davy and just wants a happy family. Davy despises himself for being fat and a dummy, and also for a past action that embarrasses him. When Kimble stands up for Davy against Frank, he gains an enemy whose suspicions of Kimble lead to danger. Kimble must solve an old mystery, and put Davy on track to a happier future, before he can escape.

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