The Fugitive (1963–1967)
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Nobody Loses All the Time 

While working as a bartender, Dr. Kimble sees the one-armed man in a live news broadcast. After arriving on the scene Kimble chases the man which causes a woman to be hit by a car. While ... See full summary »



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Episode cast overview:
Nurse Ruth Bianchi
Lt. Rowan (as Phillip E. Pine)
Maggie Tibbett
Lt. Philip Gerard
Herbert Ellis ...
Officer Hallet (as Herb Ellis)
Dr. Ferguson
Fred Johnson
Nora Marlowe ...
Larry Aten ...
Workman (as Lawrence Atkin)
Patrick Riley ...
Pat O'Hara ...
First officer
Robert Munk ...
Second officer
Guy Remsen ...
Second policeman


While working as a bartender, Dr. Kimble sees the one-armed man in a live news broadcast. After arriving on the scene Kimble chases the man which causes a woman to be hit by a car. While treating her at a hospital, he discovers she has had a relationship with the one-armed man and might be able to tell Kimble where he is. Written by Anonymous

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22 November 1966 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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During the opening and closing narration several parts of the Hippocratic Oath are supposedly quoted. What is quoted is actually from the Physician's Oath produced in Geneva in 1948. It updated the antiquated nature of the Hippocratic Oath and also sought to prevent doctors from ever again engaging in the horrific practices that occurred under the Nazis during WW II. It has been modified several times since then to reflect changes in laws and customs, such as no longer forbidding doctors from performing abortions. Contrary to what many people assume, new doctors are not required to take the Hippocratic or Doctor's Oath before they receive their License. See more »


Maggie's neck bandage changes from right to left when she sits down on the bed after Kimble asks her if there is anyone she wants to have contacted. See more »


Narrator: [Epilog Closing Narration. Viewers see Richard Kimble, having escaped the city, enter a large building with several businesses. He is seeking a job] "I will practice my profession with conscience and dignity; even under threat, I will not use medical knowledge contrary to the laws of humanity. I make these promises solemnly, freely, and upon my honor." And for Richard Kimble, Fugitive, they still apply.
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Kimble, working as a bartender, sees TV coverage of a large fire. In the crowd that gathers he sees Fred Johnson (the one-armed man), standing with a woman. Kimble abandons his post and rushes to the scene of the fire. When Johnson sees Kimble approach he runs, and the woman runs after him. She is hit by a truck. Johnson gets away as Kimble tends to the needs of the injured woman. Kimble claims to be Dr. Robertson, so he can accompany her in the ambulance to the hospital.

At the hospital, Kimble keeps up the masquerade as a doctor from the east, on vacation, and comes into close contact with Nurse Ruth Bianchi (actress Joanna Moore), a good nurse, and an attractive woman who is attracted to Kimble. There is presently a shortage of doctors due to the high number of casualties from the fire. Though not licensed in this state, Kimble gets permission to treat the injured woman, and learns she is Maggie Tibbett (actress Barbara Baxley), a middle-aged woman who is in love with Johnson. Kimble steals her key and goes to her home looking for clues about Johnson. Meanwhile, Maggie contacts Johnson, who tells her if she wants to see him again, she must call the police and inform on Kimble, which she does.

Lt. Gerard shows up and works with Det. Rowan (actor Phillip Pine) to try to capture Kimble. Kimble twice escapes difficult traps at the hospital, at times aided by Ruth Bianchi, and ends up leaving town without his quarry. Meanwhile, Ruth and Maggie commiserate about the failures in their love lives, but remain hopeful because nobody loses all the time.

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