Kimble is captured by Lt. Gerard while traveling with a group of migrant workers. During a violent wind storm, Gerard is badly injured and Kimble has to convince the others to help him save Gerard's life.
8 March 1966 (USA)
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Aspect Ratio: 1.33 : 1
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Did You Know?
During early 1966 filming of the third-season episode "Ill Wind", the crew played a prank on David Janssen
during rehearsal with John McIntire
and Jeanette Nolan
. Janssen, a fan of the Adam West
series _"Batman" (1966/II)_ that had premiered in January 1966, was rehearsing with McIntire and Nolan in front of a canvas backing, when the crew lit a miniature light with a Bat stencil placed on. Director Joseph Sargent
asked, "What the hell is that for?" To this, an understanding Janssen cracked, "Somebody's trying to tell me I'm a 'Bat' actor." See more
When Kimble asks people to donate blood he only states that Gerard's blood type is type B, without mentioning the necessary Rh factor, a critical point he shouldn't have ignored. (If Gerard's blood type is B- he could easily die if the donor is B+.) Alternatively, Kimble could have asked for blood type O-, which is universally acceptable by everyone, regardless of their own blood type. See more
[Throughout the episode Jonesie gradually sings this song one stanza at a time
From the hills at night the outlaw came, / Just running for to live, / And the pretty little girl never knew his name, / Still all her love she give.
It's a sad, sad song that I'm singing, / It's a sad, sad tale that I tell, / About a love that a poor girl is bringing, / To a man who is destined for Hell.
At the outlaw's heals the sheriff rode, / With a gun strapped to his side, / And the ever running man lived the ...