Police drag in Kimble when a co-worker robs the liquor store the fugitive's clerking in. Some police suspect Kimble's involved, but their chief knows he's not - because his alienated son is...
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Police drag in Kimble when a co-worker robs the liquor store the fugitive's clerking in. Some police suspect Kimble's involved, but their chief knows he's not - because his alienated son is the stick-up man. To repair their relationship the desperate father needs to get his son off. Will he feed Kimble to his wolves to do so ? Written by
Throughout the series, Kimble has one hard suitcase with no stripes and one with stripes. The suitcase that Kimble packs to leave town has no stripes, then in the hall of the boarding house before he throws it at the sheriff it suddenly has stripes. See more »
[Epilog Closing Narration. Viewers see Richard Kimble walking down a road, hoping for a car to come so he can thumb a ride]
For some people, like Larry, there is justice tempered with mercy: a sentence of five years, suspended. For Richard Kimble, there is no understanding judge. He must find his own justice.
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Kimble is a clerk in a grocery store that gets robbed. The proprietor shoots the robber, who is disguised in a ski mask as he escapes. The police think Kimble may be involved as he doesn't seem to have any provable background, although they don't know who he really is yet. But the real complication is that the thief, (Beau Bridges), is the son of the police chief, (John Larch), who now has the twin dilemmas of arresting or protecting his estranged son and getting medical help for him. He finds out from his wanted poster who Kimble is and goes after him himself. He forces Kimble at gunpoint to come to his house and treat his son, who has developed a fever and badly needs to be in a hospital. To add to the dramatic stew, the son's girlfriend, whom the Chief has treated dismissively, is pregnant with his son's child. And she wants him to live, even if he has to go to jail.
It's another classic Gordian Knot of a situation for Richard Kimble to find his way out of.
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