The Fugitive (1963–1967)
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Ten Thousand Pieces of Silver 

Dr. Kimble is working as a hired hand on a failing ranch while the local sheriff is looking for a recently escaped murderer. Meanwhile, back in Stafford, a national newspaper publisher offers a $10,000 reward for Kimble's capture.

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Jacob Lawrence
Joe Maross ...
Sheriff Mel Bailey
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Cathy Lawrence
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Jack Burmas
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Ella Lawrence
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Oliver Corman
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Lt. Philip Gerard
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Martin Pierce
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Deputy Marsh
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Dr. Kimble is working as a hired hand on a failing ranch while the local sheriff is looking for a recently escaped murderer. Meanwhile, back in Stafford, a national newspaper publisher offers a $10,000 reward for Kimble's capture.

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The $10,000 reward for Kimble's capture introduced here would be a recurring theme throughout the remaining run of the series. That amount, after adjusting for inflation, would be equivalent to $73,000 in 2015. See more »

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Narrator: [Opening Narration. Viewers see Richard Kimble at work as a hired hand at a family farm] At dawn, he rises to labor through the sunlight hours. His hands, skilled enough for a surgeon's knife, are now forced to cruder tasks - tasks no longer of his own choosing. Not even his name is his own.
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This episode packs A LOT of plot into it!
11 May 2017 | by See all my reviews

There is more going on in "Ten Thousand Pieces of Silver" than any episode I can remember of "The Fugitive". One plot involves Kimble befriending a mentally challenged young lady and trying to help her learn to read. Another involves a DIFFERENT fugitive on the run who takes Kimble hostage. And, yet another involves there FINALLY being a reward for Kimble's capture...and greedy folks are hoping to cash in on it! That's a lot! Yet, despite there being so much in the show, they manage to balance it and make the story watchable and touching. Well worth seeing...and from now on, Kimble has a bounty on his head...which adds a new level of complexity to the story.


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