The Fugitive (1963–1967)
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While working as a delivery driver, Kimble rescues a man and a woman from the wreckage of a small airplane. All three have a problem: the man is a politician, the woman is not his wife, and Kimble doesn't want publicity as the rescuer.

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Glenn Madison
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While working as a delivery driver, Kimble rescues a man and a woman from the wreckage of a small airplane. All three have a problem: the man is a politician, the woman is not his wife, and Kimble doesn't want publicity as the rescuer.

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22 March 1966 (USA)  »

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Narrator: [Opening Narration. Viewers see Richard Kimble driving a delivery truck labeled "Hogue's Tri-City Delivery"] Quick reflexes are necessary for a doctor; they are indispensable to a Fugitive. To Richard Kimble, who is both doctor and Fugitive, they can mean survival.
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12 January 2007 | by See all my reviews

Kimble, driving a delivery truck, witnesses the crash of a small plane in a remote area. He saves the lives of the man and woman who were on the plane, then drives off to call for help.

Unfortunately for Kimble, the man he saved is politician Glenn Madison, played by actor Steven Hill. His chief of staff Russ Haynes (actor James T. Callahan) decides it will be a good idea to publicize the mystery good samaritan and offer a reward. This poses a problem because Glenn is a married man and was traveling on the plane with Pat (actress Jessica Walter) instead of his wife Claire (actress Nancy Wickwire). Claire, a former beauty who is now a habitual drunk, has long suspected her husband of fooling around with other women.

Police, including Lt. Mooney (actor Ted Knight), bring in a sketch artist to draw the face of the rescuer, which appears in the newspaper. Russ tracks down Kimble, unaware that his boss would rather not have Kimble come forward where he might answer embarrassing questions. Meanwhile, Sgt. Evers (actor Robert DoQui) starts investigating based on his feeling he has seen the rescuer's face before, perhaps on a wanted poster. The involvement of the police, the plotting of Glenn, Pat and Claire, and the good intentions of Russ all pose severe danger to Kimble.


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