Kimble hides in a home for the blind after his likeness appears on television. In the home resides former police chief Brady, blinded in the line of duty and who wishes to prove the incompetence of the current chief by nabbing Kimble.

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Dr. Richard Kimble / Tom Burns
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Dan Brady
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Chief Vilattic
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Claire Whittaker
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Bob Sterne
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Mrs. Ferguson
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Mayor Penfield
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Maude Keller
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Kimble hides in a home for the blind after his likeness appears on television. In the home resides former police chief Brady, blinded in the line of duty and who wishes to prove the incompetence of the current chief by nabbing Kimble.

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30 March 1965 (USA)  »

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Narrator: [Epilog Closing Narration. Viewers see Richard Kimble walking along a railroad track] Free once again with the rootless freedom of the hunted, anonymous in a world in which he must dread the sound of his own name, Richard Kimble continues running... searching... a Fugitive.
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28 January 2009 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Kimble, running from the police, climbs a wall and finds himself in a home for the blind. He is mistaken for a volunteer from the Good Neighbor Society, but one of the residents, former police chief Dan Brady (actor Ed Begley), hears about the manhunt on his radio. He becomes suspicious of Kimble, and begins to investigate.

The interim chief, Barney Vilattic (actor Richard Anderson), is facing a city council vote on whether to make him permanent chief. An unsuccessful hunt for Kimble could jeopardize his chances. Meanwhile, Dan Brady, though blind, feels he is still the best man for the job, and hopes that capturing Kimble will restore him to the chief's position.


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