This was the first season of an opening montage, which flashes through several first season episodes, mostly centering on Helen Kimble's murder, Kimble's trial, and the train wreck that frees him.
Opening Narration: The man is Richard Kimble and, not surprisingly, the man is tired. Tired of looking over his shoulder, the ready lie, of the buses and freight trains. Richard Kimble is tired of running.
Closing Narration: Another town, another name. The search continues. And Richard Kimble now knows beyond any doubt that it must continue. There is no resting place for a fugitive.
Barry Morse is credited but doesn't appear.
The "clouds" use for "Tonights Episode" was replaced by the fugitive walking away with the railroad crossing sign in the foreground.
According to this episode, the docket number for The People of the State of Indiana vs. Richard Kimble is case No. 33972 in the Stafford County Superior Court.
Kimble's Alias: Frank Borden
The character of Nancy Gilman was named after the scriptwriter George Eckstein's best friend from Kansas City.