Kimble's aiding a stranded motorist lands the fugitive in a murderous love triangle. Town floozy Lucey's car stalled waiting for adulterous Lark Adams, who she claims didn't show for a rendezvous. Lark's body was already in a roadside ditch when Kimble and Lucey met. Kimble believes Lucey's innocent. So does a gallant Deputy who saw Kimble at Lucey's right after, but his Sheriff and the town's blue-bloods would love to pin the rap on loose Lucey, out of sympathy for Lark's abused blonde wife, Amy Adams. Written by
29 September 1964 (USA)
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[Closing Narration. Viewers see Richard Kimble helping a young boy fix his skateboard. The boy leaves as Kimble, suitcase in hand, walks down the highway
Always new people, always new places. Only one thing is certain for Richard Kimble. At the end, there is always the road. Richard Kimble is a Fugitive.