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 »
[Opening Narration. Viewers see Richard Kimble stocking shelves at a grocery store]
A stranger in a small California town and a hunt for safety is the fate of a Fugitive on the move. But for Richard Kimble, there can be no safety - only danger.
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a very good episode in the series,this episode includes a story line about a cops son who wishes to elope with his sweetheart,needing money he is wounded in his attempt to rob the store at gunpoint where he and Janssen work and is chased by his own father,the aftermath of this makes for a very nice drama ,a young Beau Bridges and a great performance by David Janssen make this an exceptional entry in the greatest series ever, very fine work by all the actors including John Larch a must show for you fugitive fans!this episode is in color , i prefer the b&w footage of the earlier episodes but at times color is very nice change
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