An immigrant cigar maker's son is accosted by neighborhood bullies and calls the police to put a stop to the harassment. The only witness to the incident is Dr. Kimble whose face seems oddly familiar to the officers.

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Dr. Richard Kimble / Tony Maxwell
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Jose Anza
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Officer Miguel 'Mike' Anza
Tom Nardini ...
Jimmy Anza
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Mercedes Anza
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Cotton
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Officer Harry Benton
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Sgt. Harrigon
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Lt. Philip Gerard (credit only)
Kevin Coughlin ...
Banks
Bobby Diamond ...
Ollie
Frank Puglia ...
Compadre
Ralph Montgomery ...
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An immigrant cigar maker's son is accosted by neighborhood bullies and calls the police to put a stop to the harassment. The only witness to the incident is Dr. Kimble whose face seems oddly familiar to the officers.

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Narrator: [Opening Narration. Viewers see Richard Kimble, walking down a street to his job, stumble across a street fight between three youngsters versus the son of his employer] Big cities breed indifference to the problems of others. But some men cannot remain detached. To men like Richard Kimble, an involvement can lead to danger.
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10 November 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Kimble comes to the aid of Jimmy, a Hispanic teen, who is being bullied by other teens in part because of his ethnic background, and in part because he is returning from violin lessons with his instrument. Jimmy's father, played by actor Gilbert Roland, thanks Kimble for his help, and wrongly blames Jimmy for being in the fight.

When Kimble's identity becomes known, police close in, and Kimble gets away under the nose of Jimmy's uncle, a police officer, who falls under suspicion of being in sympathy with Kimble. Kimble calls upon Jimmy to help hide him, which he does. However, Jimmy's conservative father senses Kimble's involvement with his son as a danger to his family and determines that he must capture Kimble to protect them. Kimble must change the attitudes of many people before he can make his escape.


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