The Fugitive (1963)

The Fugitive (1963)

Dr. Richard Kimble (David Janssen) has been wrongfully convicted of murdering his wife in the town of Stafford, Indiana. The only clue to his innocence was a mysterious one-armed man (Bill Raisch) seen leaving Kimble's house right before he found his wife dead. On his way to death row at the Indiana State Penitentiary, the train wrecks and Kimball escapes. He then wanders the country searching for the mysterious one-armed man while working a series of menial jobs and trying to stay one step ahead of the authorities. Seemingly always in close pursuit of Kimball is Lt. Phillip Gerard (Barry Morse), the man responsible for his conviction who's now obssessed with his re-capture.

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Episode Info

Final: 4x30 -- The Judgment (2) (Aug/29/1967)

Kimble faces the end when he is re-captured by Gerard in Los Angeles and taken back to Stafford. But unknown to both men, the one-armed Fred Johnson has also arrived in Stafford and he proceeds to blackmail a prominent citizen of the town who knows what really happened on the night Helen Kimble was murdered.
David JanssenDavid Janssen
As Dr. Richard Kimble
Barry MorseBarry Morse
As Lt. Philip Gerard

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Recurring Guests

Paul Birch as Captain Carpenter (11 eps)
Bill Raisch as Fred Johnson (10 eps)
Jason Wingreen as Tim Cates (Uncredited) (7 eps)
Dabbs Greer as Sergeant Fairfield (6 eps)
Richard Anderson as Colonel Lawrence (6 eps)
Don Ross as Officer (6 eps)
Crahan Denton as H.R. Ammory (5 eps)
Bill Zuckert as Navigator (5 eps)
Bing Russell as Officer Westphal (5 eps)
Jacqueline Scott as Donna Taft (5 eps)

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Classification: Scripted
Genre: Action | Adventure | Drama
Status: Canceled/Ended
Network: ABC ( USA)
Airs: Tuesdays at 10:00 pm
Runtime: 60 Minutes
Premiere: September 17, 1963
Ended: August 29, 1967
• O Fugitivo (Used In Brazil)
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