Kimble duels the man with one arm, Bill, in a warehouse loaded with explosives. In Kimble's latest job as a developer in a photo lab, he spotted a snapshot including Bill. The teenage camera bug who took the shot ekes out a living as a small-time blackmailer, as he waits for his big break as a photographer. The childless Kimble needs the young lens-man's help in tracking Bill, and feels a fatherly concern about the budding photojournalist's cynicism and morality.Written by
Ted Knight's voice doesn't seem like his voice in this episode. There must have been some issue with his contract that caused his voice to be voiced over by someone else's voice. See more »
When Kimble is waiting for help in the hospital, an elevator to the side opens showing there is no dark line or crack between the elevator and the corridor, revealing that it is just a small room with a sliding door instead of an actual elevator. See more »
[Opening Narration. Viewers see Richard Kimble working in the darkroom of the Apex Photo Supply Store]
For a Fugitive to survive, he must rely entirely upon his senses. Richard Kimble has survived because his senses have become exceptional. The world is his jungle and the tiger he stalks is a man with one arm.
[Viewers see Richard Kimble discover a picture of the one armed man in the background in a photo he has just developed]
From Kimble's years in this jungle, he has learned to miss nothing ...
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In this episode, Richard Kimble FINALLY catches up with the one-armed man. In a couple other episodes he saw him but in this one he confronts him in a warehouse. Unfortunately, the one-armed man WINS by shoving some crates onto Kimble and they explode! The flash blinds Kimble and he spends most of the rest of the show groping about until he eventually is caught by police. How does Kimble's helping a young blackmailer come back to help him in this ordeal? See the show.
Any episode with the one-armed man is worth seeing...and this one is no exception. Why Kimble liked and helped the young man is the only part I didn't understand and once again Kimble is able to see the good in someone who sure seems like a complete jerk!
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