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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Elmer Modling ...
Postman (as Elmer Modlin)
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: [Closing Narration. Viewers see Richard Kimble, suitcase in hand, walking down a highway at night, trying to hitch a ride] For Richard Kimble, there is no sanctuary from the night wind; there is no cave in which to hide. But occasionally, along the road, a Fugitive will find a hand extended in trust, and the night wind will not seem so cold.
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21 March 2009 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Police are searching for Kimble in Wyoming. He gets a job working for Lois Carter (actress Georgann Johnson) to help fix up her motel for the new season. Lois lives with her son Kenny (actor Johnny Jensen), who is an intelligent, sensitive boy, but peculiar and troubled. He does not get close to most people, including Lois's boyfriend Steve Jackson (actor Larry Ward), but he does to Kimble. This would be a difficult role even for an adult actor, and Jensen handles it well.

Lois is unsure what to do about Kenny and his problems, and seeks advice from Kimble, whose wisdom is useful. Meanwhile, Deputy Russ Atkins (actor Harry Townes) learns that Kimble is at Lois's place. Kimble has to go, but Kenny is now dependent on him and does not want him to leave.


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