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
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Lieutenant Spencer
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Martine Bartlett ...
Streetwalker
Christopher Connelly ...
J.J. Watson / Surfer
Chick Hearn ...
TV Newscaster
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Jimmy
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Richard Chambers ...
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Gil Frye ...
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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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21 April 1964 (USA)  »

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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 Opening Narration. Viewers see a street vendor/photographer, taking pictures of couples] This is the instrument
[a camera]
Narrator: and this its operator
[the photographer. He hands photo he has taken to a young couple]
Narrator: The subject: newlyweds, and a day to remember - always.
[Viewers see Richard Kimble walking down the street]
Narrator: This is the Fugitive, and as Fate would have it, he is the target. And this is the sound
[camera clicks]
Narrator: , like that of a trigger or of a trap.
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26 October 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This is one of the very best episodes, and has quite a bit of humor alongside the drama. By accident, Kimble appears in the background of a photo taken of a young couple. A series of coincidences brings the photo into the hands of a policeman, who recognizes Kimble.

Lieutenant Gerard comes to town, and has a plan to get Kimble before he knows Gerard is on to him. Kimble is forced to escape on foot. He meets unusual characters, one of whom informs him his face is all over the TV news. He is in one of his most desperate situations as Gerard and the local police box him in.

Things alternately improve and get worse as Kimble comes into contact with a couple of eccentric older men who live together, delightfully played by John McGiver and John Fiedler.


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