Dr. Kimble still fleeing with the woman he loves, decides to fake their deaths at sea, hoping it will fool Lt. Gerard forever.

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Dr. Kimble still fleeing with the woman he loves, decides to fake their deaths at sea, hoping it will fool Lt. Gerard forever.

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15 October 1963 (USA)  »

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Narrator: [Act I Opening Narration. Viewers see Richard Kimble meeting Karen Christian] A man cannot run forever. Two hours up the coast from Los Angeles, Richard Kimble has found a place he thinks is safe. Here, in the early mission town of Santa Barbara, wearing the name Jeff Cooper, he has begun to put down roots. A man on the run must sooner or later become tied to a town, the look on the face of a girl, the touch of her eyes. But there may always be the doubt. What has he left behind: a footprint, a ...
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The second-art of an excellent story.
4 March 2017 | by (Bradenton, Florida) – See all my reviews

This is the second episode in a two-part story. When the last episode ended, Gerard almost catches Kimble (David Janssen) and Kimble makes his escape. His girlfriend, Karen (Susan Oliver) now knows that the man she loves is running from the law and he explains the entire story of his life to her. Despite this, she is determined to stick with him--even if it means leaving her life and spending life on the run with him.

The pair come up with a plan to make their escape since they know that Gerard (Barry Morse) is in the area and looking for Kimble. During a local sailboat race, they veer off into a cloud bank and disappear. But, as usual, Gerard is close behind and gives chase. And during that chase, Gerard proves he's nuts...and nearly dies in the process.

This is a good, fitting finale for the story. Of course, you know by the very end that regardless, Kimble WILL be on his own again, wandering the country. But how they got there was interesting and the show well written. Well worth seeing.


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