The Fugitive: Season 4, Episode 21

The Ivy Maze (21 Feb. 1967)

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Dr. Kimble meets with a fraternity brother who is now a professor of sleep research at a university and has seen the one-armed man working there. The professor has an elaborate plan to ... See full summary »


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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Dr. Richard Kimble / Jerry Sinclair
Professor Fritz Simpson
Geraldine Brooks ...
Caroline Simpson
Lorri Scott ...
Bill Raisch ...
Barry Morse ...
Bill Quinn ...
Chief Terry
Don Mitchell ...
Carl Reindel ...
Victor Brandt ...
Danni Sue Nolan ...
Landlady (as Dani Nolan)
Jill Janssen ...
Iris Rainer ...
Coed (as Iris Ratner)
Jim Farley ...
Perry Cook ...
Bus Driver


Dr. Kimble meets with a fraternity brother who is now a professor of sleep research at a university and has seen the one-armed man working there. The professor has an elaborate plan to extract proof from the man that he killed Kimble's wife. Written by Anonymous

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21 February 1967 (USA)  »

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[Hiding in Fritz Simmons' office, Richard hears the door start to open and quickly hides in the closet as Gerard drags Simmons and Sally into the office to interrogate them about Carl Stoker aka Fred Johnson]
Fritz Simmons: Lieutenant, he's an employee of the University as we all are.
Sally: Lieutentant...
Lt. Gerard: Professor, I'm something of a student of psychology as well and I know when I've touched a nerve. That man in there is the man Kimble is after. Now there comes a point when coincidence ends and harboring a fugitive...
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Kimble is notified by his sister that an old friend wants to be contacted. The old friend is a former fraternity brother, Prof. Fritz Simpson, played by actor William Windom. The professor has two important pieces of news. First, he believes a one-armed man working as a maintenance man at his university is the one Kimble is looking for. Second, the professor is involved in dream-deprivation research, where subjects are allowed to sleep but are awakened when they start to dream. This can cause the subjects to lose inhibitions and admit things they otherwise would not admit.

Kimble arrives and identifies the one-armed man as Fred Johnson, the one he saw running from his house the night Helen Kimble was killed. Johnson, using the name Carl Stoker, is inducted into the experiment as a paid volunteer. Although Johnson talks about the killing in Stafford, complications set in when someone informs Lieutenant Gerard about Kimble's presence.

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