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The Savage Street 

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)
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Banks
Bobby Diamond ...
Ollie
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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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3/14/67 "The Savage Street"
10 March 2016 | by See all my reviews

This is another one that takes place on an obvious studio set, which makes it seem inadequate as most of the episodes are filmed outdoors when there are outdoors scenes, (and there are usually many of them). As a matter of fact, it's likely the same set used for "The Sharp Edge of Chivalry" from earlier in the fourth season.

The plot borrows from "Golden Boy" as Gilbert Roland wants his son, Tom Nardini to become a great violist but the local neighborhood gang considers him a sissy. He can't earn his peers respect without fighting them. Kimble is working in Roland's cigar shop and has befriended the boy. Then there's Roland's policeman brother, Michael Ansara, who is torn between family loyalty and his desire to uphold the law. Kimble gets shot had Nardini hides him out with the gang after him and Nardini and Roland after Kimble.

Ed Peterson: "The youths who terrorize Jimmy are remarkably well- dressed and clean-cut by contemporary standards: they look more like 'nerds'". One of them is Bobby Diamond, who you may remember as the boy in "Fury".


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