The Fugitive (1963)

Season 1 Episode 22

Angels Travel on Lonely Roads (1)

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Aired Unknown Feb 25, 1964 on ABC
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Angels Travel on Lonely Roads (1)
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On the run from the Nevada State Police, Kimble hitches a ride with Sister Veronica, a nun traveling to Sacramento where she plans to renounce her vows. After fixing her car when it breaks down, Kimble agrees to travel with Veronica only to the nearest train station. But Veronica believes Kimble to be her savior and insists that he tag along with her all the way to Sacramento.moreless

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  • Dr. Kimble is on the run yet again. However, the police are close behind. He accidently comes upon Sister Veronica...who is a Fugitive of a different kind. The two Fugitives don't realize how much each needs the other until their journey takes place.moreless

    9.8
    This is my absolute favorite episode. Part one and two...you can't have one without the other. It's like no other episode in the series. It has a very magical appeal to it. In the opening of each episode it talks about fates huge hand...in this case...fate was God. However, I do not consider this episode to be religious in any way. It has many heartwarming moments and many funny ones as well. It teaches courage, trust and faith. I feel this episode has it all. And the black and white adds to it...I could not imagine this episode being done in color. I feel the color would actually detract from it's appeal.moreless

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    • Opening Narration: A "miracle" is defined as an effect on the physical world which surpasses all known human powers. For Richard Kimble, however, this has become a world of stark realities, a world where life is lived in inches -- each one possibly the last.

    • Closing Narration: Two fugitives: one who has lost faith in her strength to cross a mountain, the other who must cross it in order to live. Sister Veronica turns to Richard Kimble for help. But the road is long and the mountain is high.

    • Sister Veronica: Nick Walker you said?
      Kimble: That's right, Sister.
      Sister Veronica: Well, Mr. Walker, you are a splendid mechanic. This car has not run so well since I left the convent.
      Kimble: This car isn't running, Sister. It's looking for a quiet place to die.

    • Kimble: I don't suppose you made financial provisions for the trip?
      Sister Veronica: Of course...(looks in her purse) $20.35.
      Kimble: Good.
      Sister Veronica: That's what I had when I stared out. My balance now is $1.45.
      Kimble: A dollar fou...that isn't even going to get us to the top of the next hill!

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