The Fugitive (1963–1967)
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The Good Guys and the Bad Guys 

Kimble is arrested in a play arrest, which soon turns real at an annual town celebration in which Marshal Judd tries to hide him from Lt. Gerard, with the aid of his much put off fiancée Laura, to collect a suspected reward for Kimball's capture.

Director:

Alexander Singer

Writers:

Don Brinkley, Roy Huggins (created by)
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Cast

Episode cast overview:
David Janssen ... Dr. Richard Kimble / Stu Watkins
Earl Holliman ... Charley Judd
Collin Wilcox Paxton ... Laura McElvey (as Collin Wilcox)
Bruce Dern ... Hank
Michael Witney Michael Witney ... Roy
Erik Holland Erik Holland ... Wally
Barry Morse ... Lt. Philip Gerard
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Kimble is arrested in a play arrest, which soon turns real at an annual town celebration in which Marshal Judd tries to hide him from Lt. Gerard, with the aid of his much put off fiancée Laura, to collect a suspected reward for Kimball's capture.

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Bruce Dern has appeared on the show five times. See more »

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Charley Judd tries to hide Kimble in order to get the reward for his capture. As a law enforcement officer he would be disqualified from making claim to it. See more »

Quotes

Laura McElvey: Charley, I had to let him go.
Charley Judd: [furious; slaps her] You had to let him go! What are you talking about, you had to let him go? That don't make sense, Laura. You know what he's doing in there? Right now? He's trying to get my badge taken away from me. He's going to send me to jail!
Laura McElvey: That's why I let Kimble go, Charley. I did it for you!
Charley Judd: What do you mean, you did it for me? You are a used-up old maid who couldn't do nothing for nobody. Now start talking sense.
Laura McElvey: I did it for you. Don't you understand? ...
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Theme from The Fugitive
Music by Pete Rugolo
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12/14/65 "The Good Guys and the Bad Guys"
16 September 2015 | by schappe1See all my reviews

It seems to have been a common thing in the old days to set TV episodes in an "Old West" tourist trap where they have one-day 'laws' about how you dress or behave so as to fit in with the theme of a festival based on the Old West. Perry Mason has "The Case of the Bare-Faced Witness" (3/18/61) and Burke's Law has "Who Killed Mr. Cartwheel?" (10/21/64). All involve a pseudo law-enforcement situation being at odds with an actual investigation. In this case, both Richard Kimble and Lt. Gerard get 'arrested' for not wearing western garb. . This happens at different times and Kimble is able to hide from Gerard. Earl Holliman plays the town's sheriff, who decides there must be a reward for Kimble and wants to collect it himself rather than letting Gerard get it. It's a cute episode but not otherwise memorable.


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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

14 December 1965 (USA) See more »

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Mono (Westrex Recording System)

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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