The Fugitive: Season 1, Episode 30

The End Game (21 Apr. 1964)

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A dragnet traps Dr. Kimble to within a few city blocks while hides out in a house owned by two men. One of the men believes Kimble is innocent and the other does not, and wants to turn him over to the police.

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Jake Devlin
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Sam Reed
Joseph Campanella ...
Lieutenant Spencer
Barry Morse ...
Martine Bartlett ...
Streetwalker
Christopher Connelly ...
J.J. Watson / Surfer
Chick Hearn ...
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Jimmy
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Richard Chambers ...
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Gil Frye ...
Officer
Martin Garralaga ...
Gardner
Ted Bensinger ...
Man at Road Block
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A dragnet traps Dr. Kimble to within a few city blocks while hides out in a house owned by two men. One of the men believes Kimble is innocent and the other does not, and wants to turn him over to the police.

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The title makes reference to the endgame where in chess it is the stage of the game when there are only a few pieces left on the board. See more »

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Narrator: [Act I Narration. Viewers see Richard Kimble at work in a shipping department, loading a truck] A matter of time. Midnight - two hours until the safety of his room.
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Manhunt Hour Rocks.
6 September 2013 | by See all my reviews

Gerard (Barry Morse) is a big part of this series and in this episode Gerard goes all out in his efforts to catch Richard Kimble (David Janssen). The footage of Gerard stopping traffic so he can inspect passing cars is powerful. As are Gerard's scenes with the town cop, when they hover around maps of the town trying to find Kimble.

On top of all this, Kimble encounters a colourful parade of confused people instead of the usual one character. Some wonderful moments of dialogue, mainly when Kimble finds a lady-of-the-night in the street.

In one scene, the stock music score is a bit too loud for what is happening on the screen, but generally speaking The End Game (and See Hollywood And Die) shine above other season one episodes.

I am a fan of another "1960s manhunt series" which is Land Of The Giants. That show had a Gerard-type character called Kobick.


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