The Fugitive (1963)

Season 4 Episode 29

The Judgment (1)

Aired Unknown Aug 22, 1967 on ABC
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The Judgment (1)
In the first part of the series finale, the one-armed man, Fred Johnson, who Kimble has been pursuing, has been arrested for a minor crime. Lt. Gerard tries to use this to lure Kimble out into the open. Meanwhile, a woman who knows Kimble tries to help him. Kimble tries to verify if this one-armed man is the one he is looking for, but someone wires a bail bondsman some money to bail Johnson out. Kimble then visits the bail bondsman but finds him dead. He then goes through his papers and is shocked to see who sent the money. He then goes to meet this person but Gerard catches and takes him in. As Johnson hops on a train, Kimble and Gerard are making their way back home to Stafford, Indiana.moreless

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  • Thrilling conclusion!

    A really thrilling conclusion that keeps you on the edge

    Of your seat as Gerald finally has Kimble where he

    Has got him. Or has he? The man that Kimble is

    Looking for has been arrested on a minor crime. As a Woman that Kimble knows agrees to help him. As Gerald Is setting out a trap for him. Kimble tries to

    Come and see the bails bondsman that Johnson, the one-armed man, that has framed Kimble, and got posted on bail. But once Kimble arrives, the bondsman is dead, and Gerald has captured Kimble. But is this the end of Kimble now? Find out!moreless
Richard Anderson

Richard Anderson

Leonard Taft

Guest Star

Joseph Campanella

Joseph Campanella

Capt. Ralph Lee

Guest Star

Michael Constantine

Michael Constantine

Arthur Howe

Guest Star

Jacqueline Scott

Jacqueline Scott

Donna Taft

Recurring Role

Bill Raisch

Bill Raisch

Fred Johnson (One Armed Man)

Recurring Role

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  • TRIVIA (0)

  • QUOTES (3)

    • Opening Narration: How long can a man search before the search destroys him? To Richard Kimble, working for a trucking firm in Tucson, Arizona, defeat has never seemed so mockingly near. Months have passed, and the trail stays cold. There is no trace of the elusive hope he seeks. But sometimes, hope lies no further than the next truck.

    • Closing Narration: A free man, Fred Johnson, boarded a train that will take him east to Indiana, to Stafford. Hours later, two men boarded another train which will bring them to the same destination. For one of these, the moment of arrival will be one of grim and long-sought triumph. For the other, his homecoming will mark only one more stop on his way to a destiny decreed in a court of law four years before. Richard Kimble is on his way home, and to an overdue appointment -- with death.

    • Kimble: Gerard, for the first time, I feel I'm really close to something!
      Gerard: It had to happen someday. You knew that. I'm sorry. You just ran out of time.

  • NOTES (3)

    • Kimble begins this episode working in Tucson, Arizona, the same city where he was living in the series premiere--Fear in a Desert City. You'd think after what happened in that one that Kimble would avoid Tucson like the plague.

    • Michael Constantine and Lloyd Haynes would later star in the drama Room 222.

    • Location: Tuczon, Arizona/Los Angeles, California
      Kimble's Alias: Frank Davis