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"The Fugitive" When the Wind Blows (1965)

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Original Air Date:
28 December 1965 (Season 3, Episode 15)
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. | Add synopsis »
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 (Episode Cast) (in credits order)

David Janssen ... Dr. Richard Kimble / Jim McGuire
Harry Townes ... Deputy Russ Atkins

Georgann Johnson ... Lois Carter
Johnny Jensen ... Kenny Carter
Larry Ward ... Steve Jackson
Don Hanmer ... Constable Jake Wilkins

Barry Morse ... Lt. Philip Gerard
George Brenlin ... Will

Greg Mullavey ... Carl (as Gregory Mullavy)
E.A. Nicholson ... Truck driver
Elmer Modling ... Postman (as Elmer Modlin)
Don Saroyan ... Officer
rest of cast listed alphabetically:

William Conrad ... Narrator (voice) (uncredited)

Episode Crew
Directed by
Ralph Senensky 
Writing credits
Betty Langdon (written by)

Roy Huggins (created by)

Produced by
Alan A. Armer .... producer
George Eckstein .... associate producer
Quinn Martin .... executive producer
Original Music by
Pete Rugolo 
Cinematography by
Meredith M. Nicholson (director of photography) (as Meredith Nicholson)
Film Editing by
Robert L. Swanson 
Casting by
Meryl O'Loughlin 
Art Direction by
James Dowell Vance 
Set Decoration by
Sandy Grace 
Makeup Department
Lynn Burke .... hair stylist
Jack Wilson .... makeup artist
Production Management
Fred Ahern .... production manager
John Elizalde .... post-production supervisor
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Jack Barry .... assistant director
Robert Rubin .... second assistant director
Art Department
Don Smith .... property master
Sound Department
Ed Campbell .... sound editor (as Eddie Campbell)
John K. Kean .... production sound mixer
Clem Portman .... sound re-recording mixer
Camera and Electrical Department
Vaughn Ashen .... chief electrician
Joseph A. August Jr. .... second camera operator
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Elmer Ellsworth .... costumer
Editorial Department
Carl Barth .... editorial coordinator
Harry Kaye .... assistant film editor
Music Department
Ken Wilhoit .... music supervisor
Other crew
Bud Brill .... location manager
John Conwell .... assistant to producer
Arthur Fellows .... assistant to executive producer
Kenneth Gilbert .... script supervisor

Series Crew
These people are regular crew members. Were they in this episode?
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Roy Huggins  created by

Original Music by
Bernhard Kaun 
Franz Waxman 
Cinematography by
George J. Folsey 
Casting by
Kerwin Coughlin 
Costume Design by
Edward McDermott 
Bob Wolfe 
Makeup Department
Lavaughn Speer .... hair stylist
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Russ Haverick .... assistant director
David Salven .... assistant director
Sound Department
Chuck Perry .... sound editor
Steven Burnett .... stunts
Dick Dial .... stunt double: David Janssen
Bill Hickman .... stunt driver
Carey Loftin .... stunt driver
Troy Melton .... stunt double: David Janssen
Fred Stromsoe .... stunt double: David Janssen
Glenn R. Wilder .... stunt double: David Janssen
Costume and Wardrobe Department
George Herrington .... costumer
Karlice Hinson .... costumer
Stephen Lodge .... costumer
Editorial Department
Ron Meredith .... assistant film editor
Music Department
John Elizalde .... music supervisor (as Jon Elizalde)
Ted Roberts .... music editor
Other crew
Billy Vernon .... script supervisor
Production CompaniesDistributors

Additional Details

60 min
Aspect Ratio:
1.33 : 1 See more »
Sound Mix:
Mono (Westrex Recording System)

Did You Know?

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.See more »


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1 out of 1 people found the following review useful.
12/28/65 "When the Wind Blows", 29 September 2015
Author: schappe1 from N Syracuse NY

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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