Kimble duels the man with one arm, Bill, in a warehouse loaded with explosives. In Kimble's latest job as a developer in a photo lab, he spotted a snapshot including Bill. The teenage ... See full summary »
Kimble duels the man with one arm, Bill, in a warehouse loaded with explosives. In Kimble's latest job as a developer in a photo lab, he spotted a snapshot including Bill. The teenage camera bug who took the shot ekes out a living as a small-time blackmailer, as he waits for his big break as a photographer. The childless Kimble needs the young lens-man's help in tracking Bill, and feels a fatherly concern about the budding photojournalist's cynicism and morality. Written by
Kimble is working at a photo developing company when he notices a photo with Fred Johnson (the one armed man) in the background. He searches out the photographer, Howie Keever, played by actor Tim Considine. Howie turns out to be a small time chiseler and blackmailer.
Howie advises Kimble that the man is called Walters, and is a night watchman. Kimble goes after him, but the fight leads to an accident and explosion that leaves Kimble blind.
Kimble faces danger from Johnson, the police, Howie's greedy drunken uncle Wingo, and at times from Howie himself, in addition to his blindness.
Actor Ted Knight (Ted Baxter on the Mary Tyler Moore show) plays a doctor.
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