Employed as a building super, Dr. Kimble befriends a troubled youth in the building who steals a key from him to attack a woman in her apartment.

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Dr. Richard Kimble / Carl Baker
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Roger Roland
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Edward Roland
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Liz Roland
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Mrs. Turney
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Lieutenant Sloan
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Mrs. Murdock
Judee Morton ...
Millie Brand
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Henry Scott ...
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Paul Kent ...
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Walter Gregg ...
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Bobby Johnson ...
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Ralph Montgomery ...
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Simon Prescott ...
Plainclothes Cop (as Sy Prescott)
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Employed as a building super, Dr. Kimble befriends a troubled youth in the building who steals a key from him to attack a woman in her apartment.

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4 October 1966 (USA)  »

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This was the second time that Madlyn Rhue and Robert Drivas had appeared together as brother and sister in a story of an immigrant family. The first time was in Route 66: Every Father's Daughter (1962). See more »

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Narrator: [Epilog Closing Narration. Viewers see Lt. Gerard] One man is still the hunter
[Viewers see Richard Kimble]
Narrator: and the other is still the Fugitive.
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A rather weak episode...
18 May 2017 | by (Bradenton, Florida) – See all my reviews

A weak episode of "The Fugitive" is still highly entertaining....so this one is worth seeing. It begins with Richard Kimble posing as Carl Baker....a handyman that overseas several apartment buildings. One of his many friends there is Roger (Robert Drivas). I am not sure why he's befriended Roger, as Roger is a bit of a flake. Little did Kimble know that Roger also was capable of murder...and soon he'd attack a woman and killed her when she panicked. But a hysterical eye witness identifies Carl as the killer...and soon Lt. Girard is there to help in the search for him.

So why was I a bit cold about this one? Well, there was Roger's family and his father's fascination with their aristocratic blood...from long, long, long ago. Considering they live in a lower-class tenement, none of this really makes much sense and it's mentioned again and again. So what is my feeling about this. Otherwise a routine show despite the killing.


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