Kimble's saves his boss' life, garnering the ranch owner's powerful protection but Kimble doesn't want his favors, because the owner's a hit-man gone legit. With Lt. Gerard closing in, the ...
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Kimble's saves his boss' life, garnering the ranch owner's powerful protection but Kimble doesn't want his favors, because the owner's a hit-man gone legit. With Lt. Gerard closing in, the wealthy retired assassin sends the detective in the opposite direction from the fugitive, into a trap where Gerard will be taken off the hunt for good.Written by
[Epilog Closing Narration. Viewers see Richard Kimble, having again escaped, walking down the streets of a small city, trying to lose himself in the crowd]
No real menace to any one but himself. That's the way it must be for Richard Kimble, still alone and hunted. Even the good he might do is unable to balance the scales of justice which have made him, and keep him, a Fugitive.
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Kimble works at a large estate in a menial job, which includes helping with the horses. The wealthy owner, Arthur Brame (actor James Daly, who in the episode Running Scared plays Kimble's prosecutor), comes out to inspect the horses. When one of the horses loses control in the stable, Brame is trapped, and in danger of being trampled. Kimble rushes in and saves him.
Brame has a deep sense of honor, and wishes to repay Kimble for saving his life, but Kimble only wants a small amount of severance pay so he can get on the road. Brame wants to do much more. Brame and his wife Sharon (actress Elizabeth Allen) are puzzled as to why Kimble is not taking advantage of this situation for all it is worth.
Brame soon gets his answer. Lt. Gerard gets word that Kimble has been spotted in the area. He comes and learns from local police that Kimble may have been driving a vehicle owned by Brame, a former hit-man and bigwig in organized crime. When Gerard comes to inquire of Brame about Kimble, Brame sees Kimble flee, then meets with Gerard and learns of Kimble's murder conviction. Brame decides to repay his debt and relive his earlier days by setting up an alibi, then assassinating Gerard. Will Kimble stand by and let this happen? Not likely.
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