A friendly country girl has a crush on Kimble and wants to help him escape on the condition she can go with him, as the Sheriff and Lt. Gerard close in on them.



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Episode cast overview:
Cassie Bolin
Sheriff Bradley
John Davis Chandler ...
Quimby (as John D. Chandler)
Hugh Sanders ...
John Daheim ...
Masters (as Johnny Day)
Paul Birch ...
Deputy Martin


A friendly country girl has a crush on Kimble and wants to help him escape on the condition she can go with him, as the Sheriff and Lt. Gerard close in on them.

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Release Date:

1 October 1963 (USA)  »

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Sound Mix:

(Westrex Recording System)

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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In the song "The Bear Went Over the Mountain," in the title is all that the bear could see: The other side of the mountain. See more »


Cassie Bolin: [Kimble tackles Cassie and they both go over a small cliff] Boy, I never seen a man so pure mean. What are you trying to do, kill me or something?
Dr. Richard Kimble: You were following me.
Cassie Bolin: I was no such thing. I was just walking along. I've been walking this mountain my whole life.
[Stands up off the ground]
Cassie Bolin: Just so happens I was walking the same way as you.
[Winces and flexs her arm]
Dr. Richard Kimble: You all right?
Cassie Bolin: Well sure. A hill like that? I mean I slid down twice the size.
Dr. Richard Kimble: Come on, I'll help you up.
Cassie Bolin: Oh, you better help ...
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Plot summary
27 October 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Kimble is picked on by bullies at a country bar, led by Dell Jackson (actor Frank Sutton). This leads to a fight broken up by the Sheriff (actor R. G. Armstrong) and the Deputy (actor Bruce Dern). Unable to take an arrest even for disorderly conduct, Kimble has to escape.

Kimble goes up into the mountains where he meets Cassie (actress Sandy Dennis), a lovely young country gal who brings him to the cabin she shares with her grandmother. Kimble needs her help to escape, but she imposes a condition he cannot accept: she wants to come with him.

With Gerard, the local police, and tracking dogs hot on his trail, Kimble must make a desperate break for freedom, but Cassie complicates his situation.

Although this is an outstanding episode, to this writer the "West Virginia" scenery looks nothing at all like West Virginia, and instead looks suspiciously like southern California.

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