The Fugitive (1963–1967)
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Terror at High Point 

Working at a remote construction site, Dr. Kimble tries protect a coworker with a low I.Q. from being lynched when the caring married woman who's been teaching him to read, is assaulted by an unknown attacker.

Director:

Jerry Hopper

Writers:

Peter Germano (teleplay), Harry Kronman (teleplay) | 2 more credits »
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Cast

Episode cast overview:
David Janssen ... Dr. Richard Kimble / Paul Beaumont
Jack Klugman ... Buck Harmon
Elizabeth Allen ... Ruth Harmon
James Best ... Dan Murray
Buck Taylor ... Jamie
Barry Morse ... Lt. Philip Gerard (credit only)
Richard Webb ... Sgt. Krips
Russ Vincent Russ Vincent ... Rufe
Dick Wessel ... Charley Hendricks (as Richard Wessell)
Doreen McLean Doreen McLean ... Mrs. Hendricks
Billy Halop ... Mike
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Storyline

Dr. Kimble is now working as a "timekeeper" at a Utah construction site. There's also a young man named Jamie working there as a "water boy" whom the heavy machinery operators make fun of and generally try to run out. They succeed. The boss fires Jamie, but Kimble tells Jamie that he should go say goodbye to the boss's wife before he leaves in the morning. That night, the boss's wife is attacked and Jamie is witnessed leaving her trailer immediately after the attack. Kimble tries to convince the boss and everyone else that they're accusing the wrong man.

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

17 December 1963 (USA) See more »

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Sound Mix:

Mono (Westrex Recording System)

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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Trivia

Six years prior to this, James Best guest starred in Richard Diamond, Private Detective: Merry-Go-Round Case (1957) with David Janssen. Later, they would both appear on Centennial: The Scream of Eagles (1979). See more »

Quotes

Sgt. Krips: [referring to Kimble] Who's he?
Buck Harmon: My timekeeper. Best man at the job I ever had.
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Once again, Kimble takes on a bully....
9 March 2017 | by MartinHaferSee all my reviews

One of the common themes in episodes of "The Fugitive" is the bully who picks on a smaller or disabled person. Invariably, Richard Kimble, at considerable risk to himself, comes to the defenseless person's aid. In this case, it's a young man named Jamie. Jamie is intellectually challenged--and Dan (James Best) takes great delight in tormenting the guy on the construction site where they all work. Inexplicably, the other workers fall in line with Dan.

Later in the episode, after Kimble does his usual fistfight with the bully, Dan decides to get Jamie in trouble...and gets the guy fired. Soon after this, someone assaults the boss' wife and Dan is quick to foment a lynch mob mentality. This really makes little sense, as Jamie liked the lady and she was teaching him to read. Can Kimble figure out what REALLY happened?!

This is a good episode...in some ways like the episode "Fatso" just a couple episodes earlier. However, it's not nearly as good because the conclusion as to who attacked the lady NEVER is in any way in question. It does, however, reiterate that Kimble is a heck of a great guy....


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