The Fugitive: Season 4, Episode 12

The Devil's Disciples (6 Dec. 1966)

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As a posse of sheriff deputies pursue Dr. Kimble on foot in the desert, he is rescued by outlaw bikers who want to use him to settle a score with local law enforcement.



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Episode cast overview:
Lou Antonio ...
Diana Hyland ...
Frank Marth ...
Deputy Hendricks
Robert Viharo ...
Robert Sorrells ...
Crahan Denton ...
Barry Morse ...
Lt. Philip Gerard (credit only)
Hal Lynch ...
William Wintersole ...
Billy - Pilot
Harry Ellerbe ...
Dr. Crossland


As a posse of sheriff deputies pursue Dr. Kimble on foot in the desert, he is rescued by outlaw bikers who want to use him to settle a score with local law enforcement.

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6 December 1966 (USA)  »

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(Westrex Recording System)


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Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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Crahan Denton's final appearance, as he passed away the following month. See more »


Narrator: [Opening Narration. Viewers see Richard Kimble running in the back country, as a Sheriff's posse closes in] To Richard Kimble, the laws of society are threatening. For society has judged him guilty of breaking its laws and ruled that he be punished unto death. But there are other societies within our more conventional one with laws no less threatening, no less extreme when punishing those who violate its code.
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24 November 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Kimble, on foot, is being chased by police in cars and helicopters. Suddenly, he gets a break when Hutch (actor Bruce Dern), the leader of a motorcycle gang, takes him away and brings him to safety. Almost.

Hutch hangs on to Kimble. Kimble comes to be appalled by the way the other gang members allow Hutch to mistreat them and order them around.

When police come the gang hides Kimble, but they learn who Kimble really is. Kimble faces physical, moral and legal danger as Hutch develops a plan to force Kimble to participate in a violent revenge plot.

This episode is chock-full of actors who regularly appear in many roles in the series, including Bruce Dern, Crahan Denton, Diana Hyland, and Lou Antonio.

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