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The Fugitive (1963)

Season 3 Episode 25

With Strings Attached

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Aired Unknown Mar 15, 1966 on ABC
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With Strings Attached
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Kimble is hired as a chauffeur by Geoffrey Martin, a 17-year-old violinist whom has grown weary of his career and would like to stop playing professionally for a few years when he decides to go away to college. But Geoffrey's demanding guardian/instructor, Max Pfeiffer, refuses to let Geoffrey go because under a contract, Geoffrey is obligated to continue performing until he is 21. In order to "free" himself from Mr. Pfieffer, Geoffrey manipulates his assistant, Ellen, and Kimble into believing that Mr. Pifieffer is emotionally destroying him.moreless

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    Donald Pleasence

    Donald Pleasence

    Max Pfeiffer

    Guest Star

    Carol Rossen

    Carol Rossen

    Ellen Harned

    Guest Star

    Rex Thompson

    Rex Thompson

    Geoffrey Martin

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      • Opening Narration: The life of an artist is a restless, lonely one, without peace -- like a man pursued, finding peace and rest only when he has created something of beauty. But then, after that, he is forced into flight again, and he moves once more into the unknown, searching. For Richard Kimble, a fugitive, there is also only pursuit and a lonely searching. Moments of beauty, even moments of rest, are rare, because for him, as for the artist, to stand still is to die.

      • Closing Narration: Some men can never be free. From birth, they are their own jailers. They are their own prisons, They are trapped by their own talents. For Richard Kimble, a fugitive, freedom is flight. For flight brings hope, and with hope there is always tomorrow.

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