The Fugitive (1963–1967)
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Wings of an Angel 

After being stabbed while rescuing a woman from her attacker, Kimble is taken to the nearest infirmary, located inside a prison. One of the inmates threatens to expose Kimble if he doesn't help in a drug smuggling operation.

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... Dr. Richard Kimble / George Egan
... Warden Maddox
... Mickey Deming
Lane Bradbury ... Janet Kegler
... Dr. Willis
... Lt. Philip Gerard (credit only)
... Nurse Thompson
... Lee Troy
... Jerry Kulik
... Officer #1
... Fogarty
Joseph V. Perry ... Joe Robbins (as Joe Perry)
Anne Loos ... Miss Jay
David Armstrong ... Officer #2 (as Dave Armstrong)
John Ward ... Guard at Gate
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After being stabbed while rescuing a woman from her attacker, Kimble is taken to the nearest infirmary, located inside a prison. One of the inmates threatens to expose Kimble if he doesn't help in a drug smuggling operation.

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14 September 1965 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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Narrator: [Closing Narration. Viewers see Richard Kimble hiding in the back bay of a pickup truck as he again escapes into the night] When a man is on the run, every stranger is a potential enemy, every friend a surprise. For Richard Kimble, the only real friend is the darkness and the road that has no end.
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6 January 2007 | by See all my reviews

The tension level is high from start to finish in this exciting thriller. Kimble is riding on a bus stopped by a police roadblock. An officer boards the bus to check identifications. Before he gets to Kimble, a prison escapee in the back of the bus holds a knife on a young woman to escape. Kimble ends up saving her, but gets stabbed. Against his will, he is taken for treatment to the nearest hospital, at the prison.

At the hospital, Kimble is patched up, but is forced to stay overnight for observation. He and the lady he saved keep pressuring the warden, played by actor Lin McCarthy, to let him go early.

Kimble meets prisoner Mickey Deming, well played by actor Greg Morris (Barney on Mission Impossible), a trustee who works in the hospital ward, and who is concerned about his parole hearing in a couple of weeks. Mickey delivers a note from a prisoner who recognizes Kimble from an Indiana prison. The note demands that Kimble steal morphine and hypodermic needles from the hospital for the prisoners, or they will reveal his identity. Kimble, locked inside the prison, just wants to get out quietly, but he has seen what morphine can do and is reluctant to meet the blackmailer's demands.


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