The Fugitive (1963–1967)
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Right in the Middle of the Season 

Dr. Kimble is arrested after a fight breaks out when the fishing boat he works on returns to a heated dockworkers' strike.

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Dr. Richard Kimble / Eddie Carter
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Tony Donovan
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Nedda Donovan
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Joe Donovan (as James Callahan)
Douglas Henderson ...
Lieutenant Irwin
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Lt. Philip Gerard (credit only)
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G. Morgan
Charles Wagenheim ...
Fisherman
Ron Stokes ...
Boatswain's Mate
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Policeman
Bob Kline ...
Policeman (as Robert Kline)
John Mayo ...
Fingerprint Man
James Johnson ...
Crewman
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Dr. Kimble is arrested after a fight breaks out when the fishing boat he works on returns to a heated dockworkers' strike.

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29 November 1966 (USA)  »

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In this episode Dean Jagger's character, Tony Donovan, suffers from heart problems. Twenty-five years after this episode airs, Jagger will die of heart disease. See more »

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Narrator: [Opening Narration. Viewers see Richard Kimble working on a fishing boat named "Tillicum" at sea but heading for port] The open sea is the perfect haven for a Fugitive - nothing but water and great horizons. But always, the land pulls you back, and for Richard Kimble, the horizon is a small, off-coast fishing island now a strike-torn battleground; a dangerous place for a man on the run.
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The great Tuna Strike of 1966....
18 May 2017 | by See all my reviews

Tony Donovan (Dean Jagger) owns his own tuna fishing boat. Ironically, his son is behind a strike of the various tuna boats and that is a problem since Tony is a pig-headed guy and insists that he keeps working despite the strike. Richard Kimble has signed on as Tony's mate...now knowing the crazy mess he was getting himself into by being on a boat loaded with Albacore. When they return to port, striking men attack and the police end up arresting...and fingerprinting the men. Kimble knows it's just a matter of time before the police return to arrest him for the murder he did not commit. Working in his favor is Tony as well as his daughter (Nancy Malone)--as they both have come to love him and will do just about anything to help him escape. Working against him, aside from the police,...Tony's serious heart disease.

This is a good though not great episode...worth watching though occasionally hard to believe...even for "The Fugitive"...especially the happy ending.


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