While fleeing the police through a forest, Dr. Kimble finds an armed criminal with a bullet wound. The criminal guides him to a cabin owned by a woman who is suspicious of their stories.

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Dr. Richard Kimble / Tom Anderson
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Sheriff Owen Troop
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Joe Bantam
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Robert Doyle ...
Larry
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Jim Ross
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Kenny
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Lt. Philip Gerard (credit only)
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Deputy Lee Runnels
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Lt. Hodges (as Roy Engle)
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Deputy Ossie
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While fleeing the police through a forest, Dr. Kimble finds an armed criminal with a bullet wound. The criminal guides him to a cabin owned by a woman who is suspicious of their stories.

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3 January 1967 (USA)  »

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This was the last time director James Sheldon worked with David Janssen. They were frequent collaborators, dating back to The Millionaire: The Regina Wainwright Story (1957). See more »

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Called Capt in show but listed in credits as Lt. Hodges. See more »

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Narrator: [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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Decent...not great.
19 May 2017 | by (Bradenton, Florida) – See all my reviews

During the four year run of "The Fugitive", Richard Kimble sure found himself stuck in a TON of situations where he and a group of other folks are held captive by brutal crooks...perhaps too many. Despite the familiarity of "Run the Man Down", however, it is enjoyable and worth seeing.

The show begins with Kimble being chased through the forest by the police. He stumbles upon a man who has been shot and is bleeding...and Kimble helps him because he is, at heart, a decent man and doctor. But his kindness, of course, ends up biting him in the butt as the injured man's gang soon show up and take him and the lady who owns the cabin prisoner. Later, they also take one of the local cops captive and it looks as if sooner or later the captors will tire of keeping them alive.

Overall, this is tense and interesting. Not a great episode but worth seeing and quite enjoyable despite the familiarity.


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