The Fugitive: Season 4, Episode 29

The Judgment: Part I (22 Aug. 1967)

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The one-armed man is arrested in Los Angeles for fighting and police want the story highlighted in the newspaper to try and lure Kimble into capture.

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Skip Ward ...
Nat Harris
Bill Raisch ...
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Paul Comi ...
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James Nolan ...
Tom Palmer
John Ward
Don Lamond ...
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When the one-armed man Fred Johnson is arrested in LA for smashing up a bar, the news is flashed nationwide (courtesy of Lt. Gerard), and Richard Kimble learns of Johnson's arrest at a trucking firm in Tuscon. Gerard is waiting in the wings for Kimble's arrival, but unknown to Gerard also working at LAPD headquarters is court stenographer Jean Carlisle, who is close to the Kimble family because they helped her cope with her father's arrest for embezzlement. Upon learning of Gerard's presence, Jean calls Richard's sister Donna and learns that Richard is probably headed for LA. After she meets Kimble and helps him escape a police dragnet, she helps him tail Fred Johnson, who has been unexpectedly bailed out of jail through seedy bondsman Art Howe. Howe and Johnson make a deal to blackmail his client out of $50,000, but after Johnson kills Howe, Richard and Jean learn the source of Johnson's bail - a source that devastates Kimble to the point that, despite arranging to get to Stafford ... Written by Michael Daly

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For the famous last episode, ABC wanted to tie in the beginning of a new series that would debut after The Fugitive ended. The idea was that Clinton Judd, the lead character for the new show "Judd for the Defense" (1967) would become Richard Kimble's attorney. The problem was that the shows were being produced by different production companies and Quinn Martin was not interested in cooperating with the other show, feeling it would partially steal the spotlight from the long awaited conclusion of his series. See more »

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Lt. Gerard: Alright, hold it, Kimble!
[turns to cab driver]
Lt. Gerard: I'm sorry, your fare already left!
[cab driver pulls away]
Lt. Gerard: All right, hands behind you.
Dr. Kimble: Gerard, for the first time I feel I'm really close to something.
Lt. Gerard: It had to happen someday. You knew that. I'm sorry. You just ran out of time.
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This is part 1 of the 2 part final episode, and does not disappoint. Fred Johnson, the one-armed man, is arrested in Los Angeles for busting up a bar, and the publicity brings Kimble and Gerard to town. Kimble has a hidden ally, Jean Carlisle from Stafford, a court stenographer who often works at police headquarters. He barely escapes a difficult trap with her help.

Gerard questions Johnson and starts to think maybe Kimble is telling the truth. A surprising circumstance leads to Johnson's release, requiring Jean to save Kimble again. But ultimately, Gerard captures his man.


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