The Fugitive: Season 3, Episode 13

The Good Guys and the Bad Guys (14 Dec. 1965)

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Kimble is arrested in play arrest which soon turns real at an annual town celebration in which Marshall Judd tries to hide from Gerard with the aid of his much put off fiancée Laura to collect a suspected reward .for Kimball's capture.

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Kimble is arrested in play arrest which soon turns real at an annual town celebration in which Marshall Judd tries to hide from Gerard with the aid of his much put off fiancée Laura to collect a suspected reward .for Kimball's capture.

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Narrator: [Closing Narration] Some break the law, others are broken by it. But Richard Kimble continues his endless quest, pursued by the law he respects, a fugitive from the justice he seeks.
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Lieutenant Gerard and the State Police are closing in on Kimble, who just barely gets away. Kimble stumbles into Drover City, Montana, where the town is celebrating a Vigilante Roundup. During the Roundup, anyone in town not wearing western clothes, including a western hat, is considered an "outlaw" subject to "arrest" by townspeople who compete for prizes for the most arrests. Kimble gets arrested by Hank the deputy, played by actor Bruce Dern, and is housed with the other outlaws in the high school gym.

Gerard gets to Drover City and meets up with Sheriff Judd, played by actor Earl Holliman (who played on Police Woman). Judd is lazy, greedy, selfish, inattentive to duty, and occasionally shows sympathy for the accused; in other words, he is everything Lieutenant Gerard is not. Naturally, Gerard and Judd come into conflict.

Kimble must exploit the differences between Gerard and Judd, as well as Judd's girlfriend, in order to win his freedom.


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