The Fugitive: Season 1, Episode 16

The Garden House (14 Jan. 1964)

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Dr. Kimble is in Connecticut working for a man who is conspiring with his mistress to murder his wife, and blame it on him.



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Episode cast overview:
Dr. Richard Kimble / Sanford
Harlan Guthrie
Carol Willard
Ann Guthrie (as Peggy McKay)
Lt. Philip Gerard (credit only)


Dr. Kimble is in Connecticut working for a man who is conspiring with his mistress to murder his wife, and blame it on him.

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Carol Willard: Traveled a lot, I suppose.
Dr. Richard Kimble: A little.
Carol Willard: Just travel? Work? No recreation?
Dr. Richard Kimble: I'm the industrious type.
Carol Willard: All work and no play? What about your love life, Sanford?
Dr. Richard Kimble: I'm working on it, Miss Willard.
Carol Willard: Miss Willard. You're formal, Sanford, you know that? Much too formal.
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Friend to a Woman Whose Husband Doesn't Care
7 June 2010 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Kimble goes to work as a stable boy for the horsey set in CT. This is an episode where he has material comforts, but can't exercise authority. Mrs. Guthrie is a sweet lady who is about his age who is afraid of horses; she would be attractive if she had a bit more self-confidence. Her husband married her so he could run the newspaper she inherited. He is having an affair with her sister. The sister has no morals, is jealous that her sister inherited the paper, and encourages Mr. Guthrie to kill her. Kimble is asked to train Mrs. Guthrie to ride and shoot as well as the rest of them. This is a setup so the photographer sister can take photos that show intimate moments between them. It's a sham, and yet there is a rapport that builds up between Kimble and Mrs. Guthrie, as he leans across her saddle to adjust the reins, or holds her arm to aim a shot. "There are worse things than being alone," is the powerful advice he gives. There is no parting kiss, presumably because she is a married woman.

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