The Fugitive (1963–1967)
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A woman with whom Kimble was dining becomes angry when he tells her he must leave town. She disappears and is found roughed up but alive. Kimble knows she must tell police he did not abduct her in order to save him from being arrested.

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Dr. Richard Kimble / Jim Owen
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Sheriff Todd Collison
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Laurel
Sarah Marshall ...
Sheila
John Lasell ...
Frank Pettie
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Lt. Philip Gerard (credit only)
Paul Comi ...
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Mimi Dillard ...
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James Johnson ...
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A woman with whom Kimble was dining becomes angry when he tells her he must leave town. She disappears and is found roughed up but alive. Kimble knows she must tell police he did not abduct her in order to save him from being arrested.

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21 September 1965 (USA)  »

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First series appearance of J.D. Cannon, portraying the Sheriff. In season 4 he would portray the character Lloyd Chandler, who was Richard's neighbor. See more »

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Narrator: [Closing Narration. Viewers see Richard Kimble, walking alongside a highway, trying to hitch a ride] Another place - another memory to follow him - another escape through the night. Always the way of a Fugitive.
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26 October 2006 | by See all my reviews

Actress Carol Rossen, who appears in many episodes, plays the part of Laurel, whom Kimble is casually dating. Kimble, noble guy that he is, seeks to break it off because he knows he is leaving town soon. Laurel cannot understand why he is dumping her. Kimble and Laurel are seen arguing, and she scratches his face and storms off.

Unfortunately, later that night Laurel is attacked and (it is implied) raped, but says she cannot remember who was her attacker. Laurel's sister has no doubt who was the attacker: Kimble. The sheriff (actor J.D. Cannon, who plays a prominent role in the final episode), also suspects Kimble.

Kimble needs to find the real attacker and clear himself before the police realize who he is.

Actor James Doohan (Scotty on Star Trek) plays a doctor.


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