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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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: [Opening Narration. Viewers see Richard Kimble, who is working as a maintenance man, carry a trash can down to the curb] A big city, a jungle of anonymity, where nobody looks too closely and everybody is locked in with his own big problems. A hiding place for a man who, at the moment, calls himself Carl Baker.
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10/4/66 "The Sharp Edge of Chivalry"
19 January 2016 | by (N Syracuse NY) – See all my reviews

This is another off-beat episode. It takes place entirely in a block of apartments where Kimble is working as a superintendent. He's been there a while and knows everybody, including Robert Drivas, a mentally disturbed son of Eduard Franz, who is obsessed with the family's legacy- they are related to William the Conqueror. This obsession drives Drivas off the edge. He winds up taking it out on a neighborhood girl he's obsessed with, killing her. He then puts the murder weapon in Kimble's room.

Lt. Gerard shows up for the first time in this final season but seems superfluous. Kimble hides out with a friendly tenant, played by Ellen Corby, soon to become Grandma Walton. Madlyn Rhue is wasted as Drivas' sister. Drivas would later play David Janssen's son in the 1969 film "Where it's at".

The edge on this one is pretty dull. The William the Conqueror stuff seems a poor motivation for the plot.


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