The Fugitive (1963–1967)
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Landscape with Running Figures: Part 1 

Kimble's joined on the run by Lt. Gerard's wife, who's had it with being no.2 to a phantom. Kimble stumbles, signing his own name on a time-sheet, which sets off a manhunt, while residents ... See full summary »

Director:

Walter Grauman

Writers:

Anthony Wilson, Roy Huggins (created by)
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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
David Janssen ... Dr. Richard Kimble / Steve Carver
Barbara Rush ... Marie Lindsey Gerard
Herschel Bernardi ... Captain Ames
Jud Taylor ... Sergeant Rainey
Barry Morse ... Lt. Philip Gerard
Arthur Franz ... Bus Driver
Noam Pitlik Noam Pitlik ... Salesman, bus passenger
Rodolfo Hoyos Jr. ... Luis Bota
Bill Zuckert ... Sergeant
Ronnie Dapo Ronnie Dapo ... Oldest Boy
Simon Prescott ... Officer (as Sy Prescott)
Stuart Nisbet Stuart Nisbet ... Desk clerk
John Clarke John Clarke ... Arthur Jarvis
Stephen Coit ... Ticket seller
Don Ross Don Ross ... Policeman
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Storyline

Kimble's joined on the run by Lt. Gerard's wife, who's had it with being no.2 to a phantom. Kimble stumbles, signing his own name on a time-sheet, which sets off a manhunt, while residents battle a flood. Gerard drags his wife off of their vacation to join the hounds. With many roads out of the Midwest city under water, Marie Gerard & Kimble end up on the same Eastbound bus. Written by David Stevens

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

16 November 1965 (USA) See more »

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Technical Specs

Sound Mix:

Mono (Westrex Recording System)

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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Goofs

The fleet number of the bus Kimble and Marie ride on, as seen on the outside and mentioned by police talking about the bus, is 73. However, inside the bus you can see that the fleet number is 109. See more »

Quotes

Marie Gerard: [to Gerard, not looking at him] Life without Kimble... what a pretty dream that used to be. What would it be like not to live your life in short little gasps?
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Stretching credulity to sub atomic level
25 May 2015 | by k_smutzSee all my reviews

Could this be the worst episode ever??!!

There are many things I enjoy about old TV, seeing actors in their green years and being reminded of childhood memories from the old vehicles and location shots.

This episode is shot inordinately on the cheesiest sets in Hollywood. The plot is a mélange of all the worst clichés ever committed to film. The 3 heinous delinquents that terrorize Kimball and Mrs. Lt. Girard are reason enough to fast forward to the next scene.

I remember when 'The Fugitive' ran in the afternoon on A&E network. I've been wanting to see the episode with the shot of the train full of Santa Fe Refrigerated Express cars with the blue doors and icicles painted on them. I'm going to have to be more selective in my disc selection, I don't think I can take to many more of these.


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