David 'Baron' is arrested as a vagrant but manages to escape along side a mental patient who thinks he's Ernest Hemmingway. Feeling guilty, David has to track the man down before he hurts himself or his loved ones.

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Tom Wallace
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Robert
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Howard Brunner ...
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Steve
Andy Enberg ...
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David 'Baron' is arrested as a vagrant but manages to escape along side a mental patient who thinks he's Ernest Hemmingway. Feeling guilty, David has to track the man down before he hurts himself or his loved ones.

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Dr. David Bruce Banner: Uh, look, if it's against the law to sleep on the beach, I'll just move on.
1st Officer: Yeah, yeah, to another beach.
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The Madness
19 November 2014 | by (North America) – See all my reviews

David Banner(Bill Bixby) is sleeping on a park bench in California one night when he is arrested for vagrancy and put in a police van with another man named Tom Wallace(played by James Wainwright) who is mentally unbalanced, believing himself to be writer Ernest Hemingway having undergone electro-shock therapy and thinking both David and his wife have betrayed him. After escaping from the van, David becomes determined to track him down, and prevent him from committing murder, as he suspects another cause for Tom's madness... Intriguing episode has a good performance by Wainwright and costar Sherman Hemsley. Amusing scene of David picking up redeemable bottles to pay for a phone call is the type of realism that was most appreciated.


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