The Fugitive (1963)

Season 3 Episode 14

End of the Line

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Aired Unknown Dec 21, 1965 on ABC
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After losing his wallet, Kimble steals another wallet to pay for his train fare. The wallet belongs to R.T. Unger, who owns a local dairy. Kimble finds work as dishwasher at a local diner in order to repay the debt. But when Unger finds his wallet missing, he calls the police. Kimble goes to Unger's house and gives back the wallet and money to Unger's daughter, Betty Jo, who is pregnant by Neil, a disreputable youth who works at Unger's dairy. Unger offers Neil $1,000 to leave town. But when Neil refuses, their argument turns into a fistfight where Kimble walks in and sees Neil kill Unger. Kimble flees and tries to find a way to get out of town before Neil decides to pass the blame for the killing on the fugitive.moreless

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    Andrew Prine

    Andrew Prine

    Neil Hollis

    Guest Star

    Barbara Dana

    Barbara Dana

    Betty Jo Unger

    Guest Star

    Richard Roat

    Richard Roat

    Glenn

    Guest Star

    Crahan Denton

    Crahan Denton

    R. T. Unger

    Recurring Role

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      • Opening Narration: A man's image can be shaped by society's opinion of him. A fugitive must ask himself then, how long can a running man hold out against that opinion? How many miles, how many accusations before he becomes what society has labeled him?

      • Narration: How do you measure the difference in thieves? By the amount stolen? In the conscience of Dr. Richard Kimble there is little difference between the thief on the train and himself. It will be a long time before he forgets that face.

        Closing Narration: Some people run for exercise, some are professionals chasing a record -- and still others run to live. Theirs is the longest race -- if they can last until tomorrow, their reward is one more day of running.

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