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The Fugitive (1963)

Season 4 Episode 18

Concrete Evidence

Aired Unknown Jan 24, 1967 on ABC
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Concrete Evidence
Kimble finds work as a construction worker in Nebraska where he is recognized by building contractor, the unscrupulous Alex "Pat" Patton, who once built a theater in his home town. But a wall of the theater collapsed due to faulty construction and killed three children. Although exonerated of manslaughter charges, the townspeople have been irate with him ever since. Now two years later, Pat's company faces financial ruin, yet Pat pours his own money into a mysterious "motel" his crew is now building. Pat approaches Kimble and tells him that he knows who he is from a wanted poster he keeps in his office. He tells Kimble about his plight and that he has one month to live because he's dying from a heart condition. Pat wants Kimble to keep him alive long enough to finish the "motel" and if Kimble refuses to do so or flees, Pat will turn him in to the local authorities.moreless

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      • Opening Narration: Along an isolated stretch of farmland in Nebraska, a construction company builds the sleek asphalt ribbon of a new superhighway. Workers are needed. Richard Kimble takes his place in line with other nameless faces, seeking a job that will give him a new beginning, a new identity. But a superhighway, even one that is yet unfinished, can prove a dangerous road -- for a fugitive.

      • Closing Narration: A fugitive ropes his way into a small corner of darkness, hoping for sanctuary from the relentless force that eternally pursues him. Now, thrust once again into the harsh inquisitive light, Richard Kimble must run, searching for the elusive place where a new life can commence.

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