A man comes forward and admits to having seen the one-armed man running from the house the night of Helen Kimble's murder. This gives Richard Kimble hope of another trial which could clear ...
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A man comes forward and admits to having seen the one-armed man running from the house the night of Helen Kimble's murder. This gives Richard Kimble hope of another trial which could clear his name. Will this man be willing to testify; and will his testimony be enough? Written by
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[Act Three Narration. Viewers see Attorney Green working on legal documents]
In Stafford, a man has worked through until morning, preparing to set in motion the ponderous machinery of the law.
[Viewers see Lt. Philip Gerard]
In Chicago, another man continues the pursuit begun so long ago.
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Kimble's sister Donna (well played by actress Jacqueline Scott) hires a lawyer to help him. The lawyer has good news. A witness (actor Charles Aidman) who now lives in Chicago happened to be driving through Stafford just before he moved to Europe. He saw Kimble driving and almost run down a one-armed man that ran into the street. He did not come forward earlier because he did not know of any murder, it not being covered in the European papers.
The court agrees to hold a hearing, but not until Kimble turns himself in and submits to the jurisdiction of the court. Much of the story deals with Kimble's own investigation and his mixed feelings about coming in.
The story features actress Marion Ross (Mrs. Cunningham on Happy Days) as the wife of the witness, and actor Tommy Rettig (from Lassie) as the son.
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