As Kimble boards the bus at the end of the episode, you can see the crew members reflected through the bus window. See more »
[Opening Narration. Viewers see three young boys pooling their resources to purchase a mail order .303 carbine from the Teton Firearms Company]
A target may be paper, an animal, or a man. To a gun, it makes no difference, nor does it care who pulls the trigger or why.
[Viewers see Richard Kimble walking down the street, on his way to work as a bartender at the Little Vienna Restaurant]
To Richard Kimble, a Fugitive, guns are a familiar enemy, for he is always the target. A target for which the ...
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Always loved this particular episode with young Kurt Russell and his father Bing in appearance together. But the reason I'm writing is my discovery as to where this episode was shot. Look up 12444 Magnolia Blvd. in Los Angeles and Wilkinson Ave., and you can see the same structures still standing, especially the castle like turrets that is now a post office building. May not be much, but I always find this location trivia really fascinating. As for the rest of the episode, it's interesting to see the "kids" in a Fugitive episode start to look like kids in the 60's wearing longer hair and tight surfer jeans instead of the standard phony look that did not reflect the times. And also the reference to Mail Order Lee Harvey Oswald type rifles didn't escape this viewer.
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