The horseback chase used in all subsequent episode titles caps this story of McCloud trying to track a drug thief who barely grazed him with a bullet, leading McCloud to believe the thief is an addict who can be helped.
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The horseback chase was a spur-of-the-moment idea. Originally the plan was to have McCloud "borrow" a mounted officer's horse at a drugstore and then cut to Central Park for the end of the chase. Instead, the director and a camera car followed Dennis Weaver through the streets of Manhattan without a permit. Due to a rain the previous day, the horse slipped at least once in street grease. See more
Peter B. Clifford
Let's not have any credit-grabbing around here, there's room on my list for both of you.