[Epilog Closing Narration. Viewers see Richard Kimble get into an elevator as he prepares to leave town]
A man on the run must never stop. After every fall he must get up, and push on toward the same elusive goal, a goal so close at times as to be only a heartbreak away.
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Close...but no cigar. Such was this episode of "The Fugitive". In recent episodes, the one-armed man began appearing more often and "A Clean and Quiet Town" marks the closest Richard Kimble would come to bringing the murderer in for justice...an, in fact, he DOES bring him to the police. But considering it's early in season four, viewers realize that Kimble cannot yet clear himself...so something has to intervene. That something is a hellishly corrupt town...where gambling and other vices run rampant and the police are bought and paid for by the mob.
Because he comes so close to finally ending his search, this makes for a tense and exciting episode...sort of like an appetizer before the ultimate series finale later in the season. Well worth seeing....and more opportunity for Bill Raisch (the one-armed man) to act.
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