At an off-season motel a woman turns to Kimble for help with her son, who is an unusually bright but troubled child. Kimble helps the boy so much that when he has to run from the local sheriff, the boy follows after, imperiling them both.

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Dr. Richard Kimble / Jim McGuire
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Deputy Russ Atkins
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Lois Carter
Johnny Jensen ...
Kenny Carter
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Steve Jackson
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Constable Jake Wilkins
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Lt. Philip Gerard (credit only)
George Brenlin ...
Will
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E.A. Nicholson ...
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Don Saroyan ...
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At an off-season motel a woman turns to Kimble for help with her son, who is an unusually bright but troubled child. Kimble helps the boy so much that when he has to run from the local sheriff, the boy follows after, imperiling them both.

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28 December 1965 (USA)  »

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Narrator: [Opening Narration. Viewers see a postman deliver an envelope to a café, where it is accepted by the counterman who is also a part time town constable. Inside the envelope is a wanted poster for Dr. Richard Kimble, who has just left the café after eating a meal] For a Fugitive, there is no rest from the past, and no safety in the present. Even here, in the remote village of Small Groves, Wyoming, the most ordinary day may explode in his face. Rumors that Richard Kimble had been seen in the city ...
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12/28/65 "When the Wind Blows"
29 September 2015 | by (N Syracuse NY) – See all my reviews

Kimble takes refuge at a small hotel run by a widow with a young, overly-sensitive son who likes to hide in a cave he found. Kimble befriends the boy and treats him with respect, earning his respect. The widow befriends Kimble because of this and hides him out when the typically incompetent local constabulary come calling.

It's a good episode because it shows the compassion that makes Kimble such a compelling character. He recognizes that Kenny is more unique than troubled. "The things you worry about are the things that make him two feet taller than the rest. He's an original and that's rare"

In a sense, both he and the child are fugitives- Kimble from the law and the boy from the world itself. They're also both originals.


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