Matlock (1986–1995)
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The Fugitive 

Matlock defends Drew, a young man who Ben believes was framed for murder. Drew doesn't make it easy, as he escapes custody and becomes a fugitive. Ben must solve the case while Drew continually interferes with the investigation.

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Ben Matlock
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Michelle Thomas (credit only)
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Julie March
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Conrad McMasters (credit only)
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Jonathan Horton
David Froman ...
Lt. Bob Brooks
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Valerie Walsh
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Mark Tannen
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Drew Carey
David Tress ...
Edwin Walsh
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Les Calhoun
Martin Azarow ...
Proprietor
Will Gill Jr. ...
Martin Barnett
Mary Margaret Lewis ...
Secretary (as Mary-Margaret Lewis)
Paul Lyell ...
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Storyline

Matlock knew Drew Carey since he was a little boy. He is actually framed for the murder of his uncle, prior to his crazy temper tantrums. Matlock thought Drew was a nice person, when Drew himself turned into a corrupt, young man, who refused to follow his lawyer's orders suspecting that Valerie (a young woman who married her husband) actually had done it, when she was having an affair with a construction worker. Despite Drew finding himself innocent for not killing his uncle, the judge also sentenced him to an indefinite community service, due to his behavioral problems, both inside and outside the court. Written by Gary Richard Collins II <brothergaryii@yahoo.com>

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Crime | Drama | Mystery

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28 November 1989 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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Although set in 1989, yet When Mr. Walsh goes to open the trunk of his car to take out the tire wrench the license plate reads 1983. See more »

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