The Fugitive (1963)

Dossier on a Diplomat

Season 4, Ep 26, Aired 3/28/67
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  • Episode Description
  • Kimble travels to Washington, D.C., to meet with a lawyer, named Frank Hobart, who wrote a book titled 'Unjustly Convicted,' which states that Kimble was convicted without the benefit of a fair trial due to the bias media circus influencing the judge and jury. Kimble wants Hobart to represent him while the lawyer tries to persuade the courts to re-open the Kimble murder case. Soon afterward, Kimble finds himself tending to Unawa, an African ambassador who suddenly collapses in the street. The grateful ambassador shelters Kimble at the African embassy, despite the protests from the ambassador's wife Davala.moreless

  • Cast & Crew
  • David Janssen

    Dr. Richard Kimble

  • William Conrad

    Narrator

  • Barry Morse

    Lt. Philip Gerard

  • Quinn Martin

  • Wilton Schiller

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  • Trivia & Quotes
  • Quotes (2)

    • Opening Narration: A fugitive, if he is innocent, is sustained by hope. It is more necessary to him than food or shelter. But, paradoxically, the greater the promise of that hope, the more agonizing it becomes.

    • Closing Narration: For Richard Kimble, a moment of safety ends. But the long search must continue, for he knows the only true sanctuary lies in the elusive proof of his innocence.

    Notes (2)

    • Gerard incredibly falls for one of the oldest tricks in the book during Kimble's escape. When Alison pretends (in full view of the police) to hide Kimble in a trunk and puts it in the back of a moving van, Gerard and his men chase after the van, leaving the front of the embassy building completely unguarded, not knowing that Kimble is still inside the building. Kimble quietly leaves the building and walks away.

    • Location: Washington D. C. Kimble's Alias: Charlie Farrell

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