The Fugitive (1963–1967)
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Landscape with Running Figures: Part 1 

Kimble's joined on the run by Lt. Gerard's wife, who's had it with being no. 2 to a phantom. Kimble stumbles, signing his own name on a time-sheet, which sets off a manhunt, while residents... See full summary »

Director:

Walter Grauman

Writers:

Anthony Wilson, Roy Huggins (created by)
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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
David Janssen ... Dr. Richard Kimble / Steve Carver
Barbara Rush ... Marie Lindsey Gerard
Herschel Bernardi ... Captain Ames
Jud Taylor ... Sergeant Rainey
Barry Morse ... Lt. Philip Gerard
Arthur Franz ... Bus Driver
Noam Pitlik Noam Pitlik ... Salesman, bus passenger
Rodolfo Hoyos Jr. ... Luis Bota
Bill Zuckert ... Sergeant
Ronnie Dapo ... Oldest Boy
Simon Prescott ... Officer (as Sy Prescott)
Stuart Nisbet ... Desk clerk
John Clarke ... Arthur Jarvis
Stephen Coit ... Ticket seller
Don Ross Don Ross ... Policeman
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Storyline

Kimble's joined on the run by Lt. Gerard's wife, who's had it with being no. 2 to a phantom. Kimble stumbles, signing his own name on a time-sheet, which sets off a manhunt, while residents battle a flood. Gerard (Barry Morse) drags his wife off of their vacation to join the hounds. With many roads out of the Midwest city under water, Marie Gerard (Barbara Rush) and Kimble (David Janssen) end up on the same Eastbound bus. Written by David Stevens

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

16 November 1965 (USA) See more »

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Technical Specs

Sound Mix:

Mono (Westrex Recording System)

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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Goofs

The fleet number of the bus Kimble and Marie ride on, as seen on the outside and mentioned by police talking about the bus, is 73. However, inside the bus you can see that the fleet number is 109. See more »

Quotes

Marie Gerard: I don't suppose there's any point in asking you not to leave... just this once to let go?
Lt. Philip Gerard: [long pause, then] No.
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Soundtracks

Theme from The Fugitive
Music by Pete Rugolo
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28 October 2006 | by ynot-16See all my reviews

This two part episode is outstanding. The opening, where Kimble arrives at work in the middle of the night in driving rain, is perhaps the most powerful in the series.

Lieutenant Gerard and his wife Marie (well played by actress Barbara Rush) are supposed to be on vacation, but it gets interrupted once again, because of news of Kimble. She is irate about always being second in Gerard's thoughts, after Kimble.

Trying to escape from her husband, who has abandoned her to join the search, Marie Gerard, now using her maiden name Lindsey, finds most paths out of town are blocked by floods. In the meantime, Kimble is under enormous pressure from the manhunt, jumping from one dangerous, heart-pounding situation to the next, in one case relying on the help of small children to shield him from Gerard.

A lucky escape from danger puts Kimble on the same bus with Marie Gerard, but they do not meet until a crash which leaves her blind. She cannot see Kimble's face, and Kimble also does not recognize her. Despite hostility from a fellow passenger, Kimble is trusted to take a truck and seek medical aid for Mrs. Gerard.

In "Never Wave Goodbye," Part 1, Gerard is married to Ann Gerard, played by actress Rachel Ames. This change of wives is never explained.


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