The Fugitive: Season 3, Episode 21

Shadow of the Swan (8 Feb. 1966)

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Kimble is befriended by a troubled woman who gets him a job working in a veterinary clinic. Her involvement with a no-good carny worker brings him trouble and the attention of her stepfather, a former cop, who thinks he recognizes Kimble.

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Episode cast overview:
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Dr. Richard Kimble / Paul Keller
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Tina Anderson
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Harry Anderson
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Lt. Lou Jacobs
Don Quine ...
Carny
Barry Morse ...
Lt. Philip Gerard (credit only)
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Concession owner
Monroe Arnold ...
Dr. Motter
Carole Kane ...
Carny's wife
Shirley O'Hara ...
Landlady
William Woodson ...
Barker
Robert Dornan ...
Doctor
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Kimble is befriended by a troubled woman who gets him a job working in a veterinary clinic. Her involvement with a no-good carny worker brings him trouble and the attention of her stepfather, a former cop, who thinks he recognizes Kimble.

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William Woodson, seen in a brief role as a carnival barker, makes one of his rare on-screen appearances. Woodson has spent most of his career as a voice-over artist, specifically as the Narrator of the sci-fi The Invaders series. See more »

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During Act III Kimble gets on a bus with a suitcase. After getting off at the carnival in order to search for Tina, he walks about without the suitcase. See more »

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Narrator: [Epilog Closing Narration. Viewers see Richard Kimble in the box car of a moving Southern Pacific train] The carnival has moved on and so, too, has Richard Kimble. The carnival moves north, taking its ragbag of noise and excitement to another town, searching for the crowds that are its life. And Richard Kimble, a Fugitive still, searches for the one man who can mean his life.
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Bernard Herrmann's original music from the first season "Twilight Zone" episode "Walking Distance" can be heard in the teaser. See more »

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Kimble, using the name Paul Keller, meets Tina Anderson (actress Joanna Pettet) by a lake near a carnival. Kimble is freeing a goldfish he won, while Tina is contemplating a swan. Tina had recently been flirting with a carnival worker (actor Don Quine) and had plans to meet him after work. Tina forgets those plans when she gets Kimble a job at the veterinary clinic where she works.

Tina is an attractive but troubled young woman who lives in a fantasy world. She takes Kimble to the carnival after work, leading to a fight between Kimble and the carny worker. Kimble is injured, and she takes him home where he meets her stepfather, Harry Anderson (actor Andrew Duggan). Harry was fired from the police force for using excessive violence against a suspect, but still thinks of himself as a policeman, and he believes he recognizes "Paul" (Kimble).

Harry's quest to find out who Paul is, and Tina's confused and obsessive actions, lead to danger for Kimble and others.


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