When Kimble first discusses staying the night at the cabin with Laura, he turns to her with both of his hands in his pants pockets. When he turns back to sit at the table, he is holding a full cup of coffee with both hands. See more »
[Opening Narration. Viewers see Richard Kimble driving a pickup truck down a back road, glancing backward for pursuing law enforcement]
For some, a highway is just a road to travel for business or pleasure. For Richard Kimble, it is sometimes the only means to freedom. But at the moment, just minutes ahead of the law, it can be a one way street leading to sudden death.
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Kimble is wandering through a forested, hilly area, trying to escape from both the local and state police. He encounters a wounded man who, at gunpoint, forces our hero to take him to the nearest cabin and care for him. The cabin has another occupant, the estranged wife of the local Sheriff. Pretty soon, they are joined by the wounded man's partners in a robbery: he knows where the money is. Later the Sheriff shows up with his deputy, who gets killed in a shoot-out out. The sheriff gets captured. So now the poor lady who came to the cabin to think things over in solitude is sharing the place with no less than six unwanted guests. The Sheriff and Kimble work together to thwart the bandits while Kimble seeks a way to then get away from the sheriff.
The Sheriff is played by Matthew Broderick's father James while Ed Asner is the head of the bandits.
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