List of The Fugitive episodes


List of The Fugitive episodes

This is a complete list of episodes for the ABC television drama series The Fugitive.

The first episode aired on September 17, 1963 and the series finale aired with a two-part episode entitled, "The Judgment" on August 22 and August 29, 1967. The series ran for four seasons with a total of 120 original episodes in all, 90 in black and white (seasons 1-3) and 30 in color (season 4).

Contents

Episode list

  • = Overall episode number
  • Ep = Episode number within the season
  • PC = Production code

Season 1 (1963-1964)

The first season contains a total of 30 episodes which were originally broadcast in the United States from September 17, 1963 to April 21, 1964.[1]

Ep Title Directed by Written by Original airdate PC
1 1 "Fear In a Desert City" Walter Grauman Stanford Whitmore Tuesday, September 17, 1963 4600

After being on the run for six months, Richard Kimble finds himself in Tucson, Arizona under the name of James Lincoln. He has checked himself into a hotel and has found a job as a bartender at the Branding Iron. There he meets Monica Welles, the piano player with a young son who has escaped her physically abusive, estranged husband Ed Wells. After Kimble falls for her, Ed wants him out of town or dead.

Guest Stars: Vera Miles as Monica Welles, Brian Keith and Ed Welles, and Paul Birch as Captain Carpenter.
Barry Morse appears in this episode.
The episode was filmed in Tucson, AZ and Hollywood in the period of November 27 to December 11, 1962. 
2 2 "The Witch" Andrew McCullough William D. Gordon Tuesday, September 24, 1963 4604
In rural Missouri, Jenny Ammory is a young girl who lies compulsively. She neglects to do her homework and when sent to school against her wishes, she meets Richard Kimble, who is working as a delivery driver under the alias Jim Fowler, when she leaves her books by a dirt pathway to consult a rag doll she has named Nayet she keeps near a creek. Kimble gives her back her books and she politely thanks him, with them both go on their ways. When she arrives at her school, however, she tells her teacher, Emily Norton, that Kimble attacked her as an excuse for why she was late. Emily, however, has caught Jenny in lies before, and when Kimble delivers some items to the school she talks to him, noting how she is persecuted by the wives of the fathers of her students because of her beauty that has attracted these men to her. When Jenny catches them talking, she is scolded by Emily, but runs home and tells her mother that Kimble and Emily Norton were kissing in the barn. Kimble gets roughed up by his co-workers while Emily gets fired and both are advised to leave town. Kimble goes to a school hearing on Emily's behalf and tries to clear her by catching Jenny in a lie. His plan backfires when the townspeople believe Jenny over Kimble and decide to form a lynching party to track Kimble down, but Jenny flees after her father finds she had been lying all along and Jenny stands between Kimble and the armed mob at a creek.
 
3 3 "The Other Side of the Mountain" James Sheldon Alan Caillou and Harry Kronman (teleplay), Alan Caillou (story) Tuesday, October 1, 1963 4605

In West Virginia, Kimble arrives at a local coal mining town where he is roughed up by the redneck locals and then chased by a sheriff's posse. Hiding in the mountains, Kimble meets Cassie, a young woman living in a remote cabin with her grandmother. Cassie tells Kimble she will get him to safety because she knows the area, but what she is really wanting is to keep him around for her own selfish reasons. Meanwhile, Gerard flies to West Virginia after learning from the sheriff that Kimble has been spotted in the area and teams up with the posse to try to find him.

Guest Stars: Sandy Dennis as Cassie, Bruce Dern as Deputy Martin, Frank Sutton as Del, Elgin MacMillan, and Paul Birch as Captain Carpenter.
Barry Morse appears in this episode. 
4 4 "Never Wave Goodbye: Part 1" William A. Graham Hank Searls Tuesday, October 8, 1963 4606

Kimble, working as an apprentice sail maker in Santa Barbara, California, falls in love with Karen, the niece of his stern, but compassionate boss, Lars Christian. However, he earns scorn from Karen's jealous and overprotective brother, Eric. When Lars suffers a heart attack, his last wish on his deathbed is to implore Kimble to stay with Karen. Meanwhile, Gerard flies to nearby Los Angeles when he hears about the arrest of a one-armed man accused of armed robbery and lets the story hit the newspapers, hoping it will flush out Kimble.

Guest Stars: Susan Oliver as Karen, Robert Duvall as Lars, and Paul Birch as Captain Carpenter.
Barry Morse appears in this episode.
The episode was filmed in Santa Barbara. 
5 5 "Never Wave Goodbye: Part 2" William A. Graham Hank Searls Tuesday, October 15, 1963 4607

After finding that the one-armed man is not the same man he saw fleeing his house the night of Helen's murder, Kimble flees from Los Angeles, barely escaping Gerard's dragnet. Tired of running, Kimble hopes to lie low in Santa Barbara and finally confides in Karen of who he really is. Gerard is able to track down Kimble to Santa Barbara from a single clue that Kimble left behind at the L.A. County Jail, which is a match with the word "sails" printed on it. When Kimble discovers that Gerard has arrived in town looking for him, Kimble and Karen, with the assistance of Eric, flee by sailboat and hope to end his running by faking his and Karen's death in a sailboat accident during a storm at sea.

Guest Stars: Susan Oliver as Karen, Robert Duvall as Lars.
Barry Morse appears in this episode. 
6 6 "Decision in the Ring" Robert Ellis Miller Arthur Weiss Tuesday, October 22, 1963 4601

Kimble finds work as a cut man for boxer, Joe Smith. Joe confides in Kimble that he wanted to be a doctor, but he chose boxing because he felt that being a black man would be an obstacle in the world of medicine. When Kimble discovers that Joe is suffering from memory loss, both Kimble and Joe's wife, Laura, fear that Joe might have brain damage from his boxing and that if he continues to box, it will kill him. Meanwhile, a police detective named Henry Stone goes undercover as a sports writer to investigate Joe's manager, Lou, for possible mob ties. When a disgruntled boxing worker tips off Stone that he suspects that someone might be wanting Joe to throw his next fight, the detective investigates Kimble.

Guest Star: Ruby Dee as Laura Smith. 
7 7 "Smoke Screen" Claudio Guzman John D.F. Black Tuesday, October 29, 1963 4603

Kimble, who is now working as a farm laborer, and a group of farm workers are surrounded in the hills by a huge brush fire and he must reveal that he is doctor in order to deliver a pregnant, illegal immigrant’s baby. When the news of Kimble's charitable act is reported to the press, Gerard gets wind of it and believes that Kimble is the unnamed doctor.

Barry Morse appears in this episode. 
8 8 "See Hollywood and Die" Andrew McCullough George Eckstein Wednesday, November 6, 1963 4608
While working as a gas station attendant in New Mexico, Kimble is taken hostage along with a customer, Joanne (guest star Brenda Vaccaro), by two holdup men named Miles and Vinnie. Once on the road, Kimble pretends that he is a criminal and is heading towards Los Angeles for a "big job." At the same time, he lets Joanne know that he's on her side, but she's suspicious to his true motives. Upon arriving in Los Angeles, Kimble decides to set up Miles and Vinnie to be arrested, but Miles, not trusting Kimble enough, wants him to kill Joanne to prove himself.
 
9 9 "Ticket to Alaska" Jerry Hopper Oliver Crawford Tuesday, November 12, 1963 4610
Kimble is traveling to Alaska on a small freighter when an FBI agent named Paul Vale arrives and begins questioning him and all the passengers in a search for a Korean War criminal and traitor. Vale becomes most suspicious of Kimble, as well as another passenger, George Banning, and his wife Adrienne, whom are embezzlers fleeing the States. When Vale is found murdered the next day, Captain Carraway interrogates all the suspects. When the captain discovers that some of Kimble's references are fake, Kimble becomes the chief suspect in the murder.
 
10 10 "Fatso" Ida Lupino Robert Pirosh Tuesday, November 19, 1963 4611

Kimble is thrown in jail in a rural Kentucky town after minor traffic accident by a sheriff who hates outsiders and his fingerprints are put out over the wire. Before Gerard arrives, Kimble breaks out of the jail with his cellmate, a friendly, overweight young man named Davey "Fatso" Lambert. Hiding out at the Lambert ranch, Kimble sees that Davey's father and brother, Frank, treat the slow-witted Davey badly and blaming him for a barn fire years earlier. Kimble tries to prove Davey's innocence as Gerard flies out to Kentucky after learning of Kimble arrest.

Guest Stars: Jack Weston as Davey Lambert and Paul Birch as Captain Carpenter.
Barry Morse appears in this episode. 
11 11 "Nightmare at Northoak" Christian Nyby Stuart Jerome Tuesday, November 26, 1963 4612

Kimble has a recurring nightmare that he is on a city street, is spotted by Gerard, and then runs, only to find himself cornered in an alley where Gerard shoots him dead. He awakens from the latest encounter with this nightmare when a school bus crashes and erupts in flames outside of a small New England town of Northoak. Kimble rescues children and the injured driver before an explosion knocks him unconscious. Springer, the local sheriff, and his wife Wilma, help the stranger recover, but when their son innocently photographs the injured Kimble for the local paper, the picture makes national news, and brings Gerard to Northoak. Sheriff Springer must thus arrest Kimble, but Gerard cannot take him back to Stafford until extradition papers are prepared and in the process the townspeople go to the jail to say goodbye to Kimble, giving him an unexpected opportunity to escape.

Guest Stars: Paul Birch and Sue Randall.
Barry Morse appears in this episode. 
12 12 "Glass Tightrope" Ida Lupino Robert C. Dennis (teleplay), Robert C. Dennis and Barry Trivers (story) Tuesday, December 3, 1963 4614

Working as a stock clerk in a department store, Kimble witnesses his boss, Martin Rowland, accidentally kill a business associate in the parking lot after hours. When Kimble learns that an elderly local vagrant found near the crime scene is the prime suspect, Kimble anonymously phones Rowland to get him to confess to the murder, but Rowland and his wife, Ginny, thinking that the caller is blackmailing them, hires the store detective, Angstrom, to find the person "blackmailing" Rowland.

Guest Stars: Leslie Nielsen as Martin Rowland and Diana Van der Vlis as Ginny Rowland. 
13 13 "Terror at High Point" Jerry Hopper Peter Germano and Harry Kronman (teleplay), Peter Germano (story) Tuesday, December 17, 1963 4613

Working at a remote construction site in Utah, Kimble convinces his supervisor, Buck Harmon, to hire Jamie, a mentally retarded, but physically strong young man to help out. Jamie becomes an easy target for the taunts of the other work crew members, so Kimble becomes Jamie's protector. When Jamie is accused of sexually assaulting Buck's wife, who has been teaching Jamie how to read, he becomes frightened and runs away. The crew foreman, Dan Pike, convinces Buck to organize a posse to hunt down Jamie and kill him. Kimble has to try to save him from being lynched and find out who the unknown attacker is.

Guest Stars: Jack Klugman as Buck Harmon, Elizabeth Allen, and James Best
14 14 "The Girl from Little Egypt" Vincent McEveety Stanford Whitmore Tuesday, December 24, 1963 4602

In San Francisco, Kimble is nearly run over by a car driven by Ruth Norton, a beautiful young flight attendant distraught over discovering that the man she has been dating for the past four months is married with two children. While recuperating in the hospital, a delirious Kimble flashes back to the months leading up to the night of Helen Kimble's murder and Kimble first seeing the one-armed man Fred Johnson fleeing from his house, followed by Kimble's trial, sentence, and escape from the train wreck. Ruth, who has been keeping a vigil at Kimble's bedside, hears him mutter Helen's name. Aware of his real identity, Ruth takes Kimble, who is going by George Browning, to her apartment to recover. In turn, Kimble helps her realize the married man she's dating, Paul, is not right for her.

Guest Stars: Pamela Tiffin as Ruth Norton, Diane Brewster as Helen Kimble, and Jerry Paris.
Barry Morse appears in this episode.
Bill Raisch appears in this episode and credited as Fred Johnson. 
15 15 "Home Is the Hunted" Jerry Hopper Arthur Weiss Tuesday, January 7, 1964 4616

Kimble returns to his hometown of Stafford, Indiana, after learning that his father, John, has suffered a heart attack. John has donated his medical library to the University of Wisconsin and is in the process of selling the family home. While Kimble hides out at the home of his loving sister, Donna, and her sympathetic husband, Leonard, he blames himself for their father's condition. Kimble is further troubled by his younger brother, Ray, who believes Kimble is guilty and thinks he's to blame for ruining his life, since people see Ray as "the brother of a killer." Meanwhile, Gerard arrives in town to search for Kimble and focuses on Donna and Leonard, who try to shake off the relentless detective long enough for Kimble to get out of town before he gets caught. First, though, Richard must convince Ray of his innocence - even to the point of turning himself in.

Guest Stars: Robert Keith as John Kimble, Andrew Prine, Jacqueline Scott, James Sikking, Paul Birch, and Clint Howard.
Barry Morse appears in this episode. 
16 16 "The Garden House" Ida Lupino Sheldon Stark Tuesday, January 14, 1964 4617

Kimble is working as the caretaker at a spacious ranch in Connecticut which is owned by newspaper heiress Ann Guthrie, who lives with her husband Harlan and her sister Ruth. Ann and Ruth's late father founded the Westborne Clarion, the newspaper that Harlan currently runs. Although Ann is the sole benefactor of her father's estate, she believes Ruth is entitled to part of the fortune. Unfortunately, Ann is unaware that the greedy Ruth is having an affair with Harlan and they plot to murder Ann and make it look like an accident so that they can claim everything. When Kimble suspects Ruth and Harlan's plan and informs Ann, the skeptic heiress refuses to believe Kimble. Once Harlan and Ruth figure out that Kimble knows, the crafty couple plot to frame him for Ann's murder.

Filming began on November 19, 1963 but was stopped for a day after news of President John F. Kennedy's assassination broke. 
17 17 "Come Watch Me Die" Laslo Benedek Stanford Whitmore (teleplay), Perry Bleecker (story) Tuesday, January 21, 1964 4615

While working as a farm hand in a small Nebraska town, Kimble witnesses the arrest of a local man named Bellows, whom is suspected of a double murder. Kimble finds himself deputized by Deputy Bowers to help transport Bellows to the county jail, along with four witnesses whom saw Bellows fleeing from a farm house which was the scene of the crime. Although Bellows convinces Kimble that he, like Kimble with his wife's murder, is an innocent victim of circumstantial evidence, the townsmen remain unswayed. That night when the men get drunk and decide to lynch Bellows, Kimble helps him escape, but Kimble is betrayed when Bellows, who really did kill the farm couple, escapes and holds another farm couple hostage.

Guest Stars: Robert Doyle, Bruce Dern, and Diane Ladd
18 18 "Where the Action Is" James Sheldon Harry Kronman Tuesday, January 28, 1964 4609

While working as a hotel lifeguard in Reno, Nevada, Kimble is caught in the middle of a feud between the hotel owner, Dan Polichek, and his spoiled and rambunctious teenage daughter Christine. Christine believes her father drove away her mother, whom committed suicide years ago, and she sets out to disgrace her father by provoking bar fights and humiliating herself, but goes too far when she pretends to be having in an affair with the reluctant Kimble.

Guest Star: Telly Savalas as Dan Polichek and Joanna Frank as Christine Polichek.
Exterior shots with Janssen were filmed in Reno. 
19 19 "Search in a Windy City" Jerry Hopper Stuart Jerome Tuesday, February 4, 1964 4618

In Chicago, Kimble contacts Mike Decker, a newspaper columnist who defended Kimble during his trial, unaware the newspaper man is under pressure from his boss to either find the killer or to turn Kimble over to the police to get a big story. Kimble and Decker organize a city-wide search for the one-armed man, but things get complicated with the arrival of Decker's alcoholic wife, Paula, who gets nervous of Kimble's presence and falls off the wagon. Meanwhile, Gerard learns about Decker's search for a one-armed man and decides to use the writer to set a trap for Kimble.

Guest Stars: Pat Hingle as Mike Decker and Nan Martin as Paula Decker.
Barry Morse appears in this episode.
Bill Raisch appears in this episode and credited as Fred Johnson. 
20 20 "Bloodline" John Erman Harry Kronman (teleplay), John Hawkins and Harry Kronman (story) Tuesday, February 11, 1964 4619
Kimble works as a kennel man for Max Bodin, a breeder of prize-winning Irish Setter show dogs and whom is currently putting his kennel up for sale. Max's son, Johnny, and Johnny's wife, Cora, discover that one of the dogs has developed hip dysphasia, which means all of the dogs in the bloodline will likely inherit the condition and be worthless as show dogs, but they keep the news from Max because they plot to live off the sale. When Kimble stumbles onto their plan, they decide to have him investigated.
 
21 21 "Rat in a Corner" Jerry Hopper Sheldon Stark and William Wood (teleplay), William Wood (story) Tuesday, February 18, 1964 4620

Herbie Grant, a second rate hoodlum, is shot in the leg while trying to rob a liquor store where Kimble works. Herbie later takes Kimble hostage where Herbie claims that although he tried to rob the store, he is innocent of two other liquor store robberies in the other towns. Kimble agrees to help clear Herbie, so he lets Kimble go. Kimble is summoned to the local police station to give his statement on the robbery, where he is recognized by Herbie's sister, Lorna, whom works at the local post office. She threatens to turn Kimble in unless he turns over her brother, whom she believes to be guilty of all robberies. At a local motel where Herbie is staying he is recognized by a maid who calls the police and they arrest him. Thinking that Kimble double crossed him, Herbie reports Kimble to the police.

Guest Star: Warren Oates as Herbie Grant. 
22 22 "Angels Travel on Lonely Roads: Part 1" Walter Grauman Al C. Ward Tuesday, February 25, 1964 4621

On the run from the Nevada State Police, Kimble hitches a ride with Sister Veronica, a nun traveling to Sacramento, where she plans to renounce her vows. After fixing her car when it breaks down, Kimble agrees to travel with Veronica only to the nearest train station, but Veronica believes Kimble to be her savior and insists that he tag along with her all the way to Sacramento.

Guest Stars: Eileen Heckart as Sister Veronica and Albert Salmi as Chuck Mathers. 
23 23 "Angels Travel on Lonely Roads: Part 2" Walter Grauman Al C. Ward Tuesday, March 3, 1964 4622

Kimble and Sister Veronica continue their journey to Sacramento, unaware that the Nevada State Police have put up a roadblock at the state line. While Kimble deals with a disgruntled ranch hand named Chuck Mathers, whom suspects his true identity, Sister Veronica accidentally discovers Kimble's identity through a TV news report, but she does not tell Kimble about her knowledge of who he really is.

Guest Stars: Eileen Heckart as Sister Veronica, Albert Salmi as Chuck Mathers, and Ruta Lee
24 24 "Flight from the Final Demon" Jerry Hopper Philip Saltzman Tuesday, March 10, 1964 4623

While working as a health club masseuse, Kimble is recognized by Sheriff Bray, a local lawman with political aspirations. Kimble manages to escape with the help of a co-worker, Steve Edson. After confiding with Steve his secret, Kimble learns that Steve is a fugitive of his conscience because five months earlier, Steve was tried and acquitted for the murder of his girlfriend Linda's abusive brother, a murder that Steve actually committed and which he cannot live with the guilt over having gotten away with it. Kimble reluctantly lets Steve travel with him, but Steve begins leaving behind clues that soon puts Sheriff Bray back on their trail, including contacting Linda for help, and letting her vengeful other brother, Joey, track them down.

Guest Stars: Ed Nelson as Steve Edson and Carroll O'Connor as Sheriff Bray. 
25 25 "Taps for a Dead War" William A. Graham Harry Kronman (teleplay), Harry Kronman and Merwin Gerard (story) Tuesday, March 17, 1964 4624

While working as a roller rink supervisor, Kimble is recognized by the horribly scarred Joe Hallop, a former Korean War veteran who blames Kimble for his condition. Apparently back in the Korean War, Kimble was nearly killed in an enemy grenade explosion in which Joe shielded Kimble and got his face disfigured in the process. Knocked out, Kimble never knew who saved his life. Joe plots to lure Kimble into a remote area to either disfigure him or to kill him by using his one of his war mementos, a live grenade.

Guest Star: Tim O'Connor as Joe Hallop 
26 26 "Somebody to Remember" Jerry Hopper Robert C. Dennis Tuesday, March 24, 1964 4625

While working as a warehouse worker, Kimble is recognized by the Greek-born owner, Gus Priamos. Gus tells Kimble that he is dying from cancer and has only six months to live and hopes he can aid him with a scheme to make it look that Kimble has fled the country to Greece, but when Gus' jealous girlfriend Sophie learns Kimble's identity through a magazine article, she contacts Gerard and gives him a heads-up on Kimble and Gus' plan.

Guest Star: Paul Birch.
Barry Morse appears in this episode. 
27 27 "Never Stop Running" William A. Graham Sheldon Stark Tuesday, March 31, 1964 4626

While working as a migrant worker in New Mexico, Kimble becomes an unwilling party to the kidnapping of a young boy who is the son of his landowner boss. The boy, Jimmie, has been abducted by Ralph Simmons, a disgruntled former football player, along with his wife Helen, and his cousin Dave, who want a ransom of $200,000. When Kimble discovers that Jimmie is a hemophiliac and that Ralph has bruised him during the abduction, Kimble must find a way to get the boy away from the kidnappers and to a hospital or Jimmie will soon die from internal bleeding.

Guest Star: Claude Akins as Ralph Simmons. 
28 28 "The Homecoming" Jerry Hopper Peter Germano Tuesday, April 7, 1964 4627

While working as a research technician for the wealthy Allan Pruitt, Kimble gets involved in the business of Allan's teenage daughter, Janice, who returns home after spending a year in a mental hospital recovering from a nervous breakdown after witnessing a young boy under her care getting mauled and killed by two vicious stray dogs. Allan's new wife, Dorina, does not take a liking to Janice and plots to drive her insane by hiring a neighbor to make his pet dogs bark in the nearby woods and convince Janice that the dogs are alive, even though they were captured and put to sleep by the local dog catcher. When Kimble claims that he has heard the dogs barking, Dorina asks the local sheriff to investigate Kimble to find any dirt on him.

Guest Star: Shirley Knight as Janice Pruitt. 
29 29 "Storm Center" William A. Graham George Eckstein Tuesday, April 14, 1964 4628
While working as a dock worker in Florida, Kimble is recognized by Marcie King, a young woman whom five years earlier asked Kimble to perform an abortion for her, which is illegal. Kimble refused due to his religious beliefs and Marcie went to another second-rate doctor to have it done, but after the operation, because of complications, Marcie can no longer have children and she blames Kimble for it. When a hurricane hits the area, Marcie and her boyfriend, Harry, an embezzler on the run from the law, approach Kimble and threaten to turn him in unless he drives them to safety from the hurricane and the police looking for them.
 
30 30 "The End Game" Jerry Hopper Stanford Whitmore Tuesday, April 21, 1964 4629

A discarded photograph, with Kimble in the background, leads Gerard to Chicago, where he assembles a team of detectives to trap Kimble within an eight-block radius of the city. With Kimble wondering from place to place and being recognized by whomever he comes into contact with, he flees from both policemen and local citizens, finding refuge in a small house, which is the home of two bickering middle-aged men, named Jake Devlin and Sam Reed, who have long argued over his innocence.

Guest Stars: Joseph Campanella, John McGiver, and John Fiedler.
Barry Morse appears in this episode. 

Season 2 (1964-1965)

The second season contains a total of 30 episodes which were originally broadcast in the United States from September 15, 1964 to April 20, 1965.[1]

Ep Title Directed by Written by Original airdate PC
31 1 "Man in a Chariot" Robert Butler George Eckstein Tuesday, September 15, 1964 4654

Kimble happens to watch a TV debate in which a once-renowned attorney, G. Stanley Lazer, claims that he could reverse Kimble's criminal conviction if the case went back to trial. Lazer, once a respected lawyer, had his license revoked after getting into a car accident years before while driving drunk, in which his wife was killed. Lazer now spends his days teaching law at a small college in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. Kimble travels to meet with Lazer and his assistant, Nancy Gilman, to enlist their help. To prove his theory, Lazer decides to conduct a mock trial with his students playing the prosecutor, defense lawyer, and jury in front of a live TV audience. While the mock trial is going on, Kimble becomes aware that Lazer is really putting himself on trial for his past misdeeds.

Guest Stars: Ed Begley and Harold Gould
32 2 "World's End" Robert Butler Stuart Jerome Tuesday, September 22, 1964 4652

Kimble reads a want ad cryptically informing him about the murder of his wife Helen, with a message to phone Eleanor Burnett, the daughter of John Burnett, his defense attorney who is no longer alive. Ellie and her mother Ada had hired a private detective to help find the one-armed man and they now think they have found him, but when Kimble arrives at the rendezvous with Ellie in Kansas City, she informs him that the one-armed man they discovered died in a fire. Kimble is devastated, but checks the story himself and believes it to be true. However, the private detective does some more checking and finds the one-armed man who died was incarcerated the night of Helen Kimble's murder, meaning Kimble can still find his wife's killer. Ellie, however, wants Kimble for herself and withholds this information and tells him that they should leave the county. Ellie also faces arrest as Gerard, a family friend of the Burnetts who had seen the ad and knew who had written it, has learned from a reluctant Ada of Ellie's rendezvous with Kimble and her plan to fly him out of the country.

Guest Stars: Suzanne Pleshette as Eleanor Burnett, Dabney Coleman, and Paul Birch.
Barry Morse appears in this episode. 
33 3 "Man on a String" Sydney Pollack Harry Kronman, Barbara Merlin
and Milton Merlin
Tuesday, September 29, 1964 4657

While walking down the road late at night, Kimble comes to the aid of Lucey Russell after her car has broken down. As gratitude, she provides him with a place to stay for the night. The next morning, the police find the dead body of Lars Adams, a married man who Lucey had been having an affair with, only a few feet from where her car broke down. As a result, Lucey is arrested for Lars' murder. Lars' wife, Amy, realizes that her husband was killed accidentally, but after learning of his philandering with Lucey, Amy decides that Lucey should take the rap. Kimble realizes that he can prove Lucey's innocence, but testifying for her could jeopardize his own freedom.

Guest Star: Lois Nettleton
34 4 "When the Bough Breaks" Ralph Senensky George Eckstein (teleplay), George Eckstein and James P. Griffith (story) Tuesday, October 6, 1964 4659

While hopping freight trains, Kimble meets a young woman named Carol Hollister, who is traveling with her baby to meet up with her husband. Kimble doesn't know that Carol is actually a mentally disturbed escapee from the local insane asylum whose newborn baby died a year earlier and she has abducted another baby. Soon, Carol becomes so far gone that she mistakes Kimble for her late husband. Kimble must find a way to get the baby away from Carol and return him to his parents while avoiding the police.

Guest Stars: Diana Hyland as Carol Hollister and Sue Randall
35 5 "Nemesis" Jerry Hopper Harry Kronman Tuesday, October 13, 1964 4651

Gerard interrupts the vacation he is having with his young son when he gets a report from the sheriff of a rural community that Kimble is working there. Kimble escapes from his workplace at a hatchery just as Gerard and the local sheriff come to arrest him by stealing the sheriff’s car. As Kimble drives off in the sheriff's car into a wooded region, he discovers that he has unwittingly kidnapped Gerard's young son, who is hiding in the backseat of the car. When the car runs out of gas Kimble and Phil Jr. set out on foot, but both soon run afoul of a local hunter.

Guest Stars: Slim Pickens, Kurt Russell, and Paul Birch.
Barry Morse appears in this episode. 
36 6 "Tiger Left, Tiger Right" James Goldstone Richard Levinson
and William Link
Tuesday, October 20, 1964 4660

While working as a gardener for Mike and Laura Pryor, Kimble is mistakenly abducted by Harold and Irene Cheyney. Harold is a Korean War veteran and former factory worker who lost the use of his legs after a truck owned by the Pryor's company hit him. After writing several letters to Mike Pryor asking about work and disability compensation and getting no response, Harold decides to kidnap Mike for a $100,000 ransom, but since Harold and Irene have never met or seen Mike Pryor, they abduct Kimble instead, after seeing Mike's son, Glenn, give more affection to Kimble than his distant father.

Guest Star: Leslie Nielsen
37 7 "Tug of War" Abner Biberman Daniel B. Ullman Tuesday, October 27, 1964 4661

Kimble is working on a farm when he is captured by a sheriff and his deputy. The two men start fighting about how and when to turn Kimble over to the authorities and one of them will go to any length to make sure he gets credit for the capture.

Guest Stars: Arthur O'Connell and Harry Townes.
Barry Morse appears in this episode. 
38 8 "Dark Corner" Jerry Hopper Harry Kronman Tuesday, November 10, 1964 4655

Kimble finds refuge from the police in a rural farm house where he meets Mattie Braydon, a sculptress who suffers from hysterical blindness and lives with her older sister and their uncle. Mattie protects Kimble and hires him as a farmhand. While he is there, she also begins using him as a model for her clay sculptures she keeps in the barn. Kimble soon finds out that the sweet and innocent Mattie is in fact a possessive and manipulative sociopath who wants Kimble for herself and will do anything, including committing murder, to ensure her dark secrets of her past never get revealed.

Guest Star: Tuesday Weld
39 9 "Escape into Black" Jerry Hopper Larry Cohen Tuesday, November 17, 1964 4653

On the verge of closing in on the one-armed man, Kimble is rendered amnesiac after a freak gas explosion at a roadside diner when a stove blows up. While Kimble fights to regain his memory, a struggle ensues at the hospital between Margaret Ruskin, a social worker who recognizes Kimble and believes him to be innocent, and a local physician, Dr. Towne, who believes Kimble to be guilty. Meanwhile, the one-armed man makes an anonymous phone call to the police and Gerard about Kimble's whereabouts.

Guest Star: Paul Birch.
Barry Morse appears in this episode.
Bill Raisch appears in this episode and credited as Fred Johnson. 
40 10 "The Cage" Walter Grauman Sheldon Stark Tuesday, November 24, 1964 4662
While working as a handyman in the Hispanic fishing village of Puerto Viejo, Kimble becomes aware that the area has a plague epidemic and he's forced to call the state health inspector to have the entire area quarantined. Soon, he finds himself trapped when the local doctor suspects his true identity and the irate villagers set out to find him.
 
41 11 "Cry Uncle" James Goldstone Philip Saltzman Tuesday, December 1, 1964 4656

When robbers shoot two policemen, Kimble's nearby, so he hides in an orphanage's station wagon to get away from the dragnet. While hiding out in the orphanage as a volunteer, two orphans Kimble met beforehand promise they'll alibi him by passing him off as their visiting uncle, but Sean Dubose, another state ward, plans to use Kimble in his own escape... fearing he'll be shipped to an Illinois juvenile prison. Sean is embittered from being abandoned by his alcoholic uncle, after Sean's parents' deaths. Kimble is torn between an immediate, but risky daylight escape, or helping the troublesome boy.

Guest Stars: Ronny Howard and Brett Somers
42 12 "Detour on a Road Going Nowhere" Ralph Senensky Philip Saltzman and William D. Gordon (teleplay), Philip Saltzman (story) Tuesday, December 8, 1964 4667
While working as a hotel steward in Wyoming, Kimble is forced to run after learning that another hotel employee has stolen hotel funds and Kimble becomes the suspect. Kimble escapes on a tour bus containing Mr. and Mrs Langner a bickering couple, a visiting spinster named Louanne, a local named Sandy Baird, and the bus driver. But Kimble becomes trapped when the bus breaks down on a back road and all the passengers discover his secret when his identity is revealed over the radio. Held at gunpoint, Kimble must find a way to escape.
 
43 13 "The Iron Maiden" Walter Grauman Paul Lucey and Harry Kronman (teleplay), Peter R. Brooke and Paul Lucey (story) Tuesday, December 15, 1964 4666

An industrial accident traps Kimble and some government workers along with a bickering congresswoman in an underground missile silo under construction. A member of the trapped group wants to turn Kimble in as soon as they are rescued while others want to help him. At the same time, Gerard waits above the only exit for Kimble to emerge.

Guest Star: Nan Martin.
Barry Morse appears in this episode. 
44 14 "Devil's Carnival" James Goldstone William D. Gordon Tuesday, December 22, 1964 4658

Kimble unwittingly hitches a ride with Hanes McClure, a wanted criminal out to settle a score in his Georgia hometown. When Hanes attempts to crash a barricade, Kimble grabs the wheel to save an innocent life, but it gets both of them arrested. Both Kimble and Hanes then endure the spectacle the small town makes because of the double arrest.

Guest Star: Warren Oates as Hanes McClure. 
45 15 "Ballad for a Ghost" Walter Grauman George Eckstein (teleplay), Sidney Ellis and George Eckstein (story) Tuesday, December 29, 1964 4668
While working as a rural hotel porter, Kimble finds himself working with Hallie, a lounge singer who bears a strong resemblance to his late wife, Helen. Hallie knows of the resemblance and Kimble is in danger when Hallie's husband becomes jealous.
 
46 16 "Brass Ring" Abner Biberman Leonard Kantor Tuesday, January 5, 1965 4671

In Santa Monica, California, Kimble is hired by Norma Sessions to help care for her invalid brother, Leslie, who was crippled in a car accident. Kimble doesn't realize that Norma, with her boyfriend Lars, are plotting to murder Leslie to collect his insurance money. When Norma suspects Kimble is hiding from the police, she plots to frame him for Leslie's murder.

Guest Stars: Robert Duvall as Leslie and Angie Dickinson as Norma. 
47 17 "The End Is But The Beginning" Walter Grauman George Fass and Arthur Weiss (teleplay), George Fass (story) Tuesday, January 12, 1965 4664

Working for a delivery firm, Kimble takes on an Army veteran hitching a ride. Farther down the road they get into a bad crash and the Army vet dies. Kimble, thrown from the truck, takes advantage of the accident to try and convince Gerard that he is now dead, and he gets help from his co-worker Aimee Rennick. But when a stunned Gerard flies to the area to verify Kimble's death, Kimble realizes the Army vet had dog tags that will discredit the ruse if they are found.

Guest Stars: Berniece Janssen (David Janssen's mother; uncredited) and Paul Birch.
Barry Morse appears in this episode. 
48 18 "Nicest Fella You'd Ever Want To Meet" Sutton Roley Jack Turley Tuesday, January 19, 1965 4670

While traveling though a small town in Arizona, Kimble is arrested by Sheriff Jo Bob Sims, a brutal and corrupt lawman. Sims, unaware of Kimble's true identity, subjects him to slave labor with a group of other vagrants he arrests on a daily basis for no other reason than to torture or humiliate them. When Kimble witnesses Sims murder another prisoner and has the equally corrupt mayor and town council cover it up to look like an accident, Kimble becomes aware that his own life is in danger.

Guest Stars: Pat Hingle, Tom Skerritt, and Dabney Coleman
49 19 "Fun and Games and Party Favors" Abner Biberman Arthur Weiss Tuesday, January 26, 1965 4663

While working as a chauffeur for a wealthy family, Kimble learns that the teenage daughter of the family is dating the pool cleaner. While chaperoning a party for the daughter's friends, Kimble throws out an unruly teenager who had crashed the party. Kimble is soon faced with blackmail when the man teen out to be a crime buff and recognizes Kimble from a police magazine.

Guest Star: Pete Duel
50 20 "Scapegoat" Alexander Singer William D. Gordon (teleplay), Larry Cohen (story) Tuesday, February 2, 1965 4672

A man who knew Kimble during one of his disguises meets up with him again. He tells him that on one of his hurried, silent departures from a town, he left behind evidence which indicated he was dead and an innocent man is being held for his murder. Kimble returns to the town only to learn that the man had been killed while trying to escape from jail months earlier, and his two sons blame Kimble for their father's fate.

Guest Stars: Harry Townes and Bill Erwin
51 21 "Corner of Hell" Robert Butler Jo Heims and Francis Irby Gwaltney (teleplay), Jo Heims and Zahrini Machadah (story) Tuesday, February 9, 1965 4665

On the run from Gerard, Kimble stumbles onto private property belonging to a family of moonshiners. When Gerard gives chase on foot, he too is caught by the backwoods family and is accused of attacking one of the girls in the family. Kimble has to decide how to keep Gerard detained and not killed by the family while planning his own escape.

Guest Stars: Bruce Dern and Paul Birch.
Barry Morse appears in this episode. 
52 22 "Moon Child" Alexander Singer Daniel B. Ullman Tuesday, February 16, 1965 4673
Kimble arrives in a small town where women are being murdered by an unknown serial killer and a vigilante mob mistakes Kimble, a stranger in town, of being the killer. Kimble hides out with a mentally retarded young woman named Joanne Mercer, a 'moon child.' She befriends Kimble and hides him in the basement of her house, which is connected by an underground tunnel to a closed-down textile factory where the real killer is hiding out.
 
53 23 "The Survivors" Don Medford George Eckstein Tuesday, March 2, 1965 4674
Four years after his wife’s death, Kimble has learned that his father-in-law, Ed, is facing bankruptcy because of his wife Edith's heart trouble which is believed to be brought on because she still clings to the memory of Helen. Barely escaping a police dragnet, Kimble contacts Ed and hides in their home, where he finds support from his sister-in-law, Terry. Kimble knows of a secret bank account Helen kept in case of an emergency and needs help finding it. Edith's grief for Helen leaves her incessantly listening to phonograph records made by Helen containing lengthy audio letters to her and Ed, leading to a savage argument between Edith and Terry and leaves Kimble in even greater danger because Terry is in love with him and Edith, upon learning of his presence, icily vows to turn him over to the police.
 
54 24 "Everybody Gets Hit in the Mouth Sometime" Alexander Singer Jack Turley Tuesday, March 9, 1965 4675

While working as a truck driver for a small freight company, Kimble discovers that his angry and bitter boss, Gus Hendrick, is being blackmailed into paying bills and child support for by Lucia Mayfield ever since her husband was killed a year earlier in a driving accident. Kimble later learns that with Hendrick strapped for money and Lucia merely squandering the blackmail money for her own selfish purposes, Hendrick plans to hijack one of his own trucks to collect an insurance settlement.

Guest Stars: Jack Klugman as Gus Hendrick and Michael Constantine
55 25 "May God Have Mercy" Don Medford Don Brinkley Tuesday, March 16, 1965 4676

While working as a hospital orderly, Kimble is recognized by Victor Leonetti and his wife, Anne, who hold Kimble responsible for the death of their daughter. Kimble tries to flee, but gets shot and is forced to undergo surgery for the gunshot wounds. When Victor learns that Kimble was trying to contact a specialist at the time of the girl's death, he tries to make amends by confessing to Gerard that he was the one who murdered Helen Kimble.

Guest Stars: Telly Savalas and Norman Fell.
Barry Morse appears in this episode. 
56 26 "Masquerade" Abner Biberman Philip Saltzman Tuesday, March 23, 1965 4669

While traveling through a small Oklahoma town, Kimble is arrested because the police have mistaken him for Leonard Hull, a former numbers runner about to testify against a big-time racketeer. Hull had run away from the witness relocation program in that very town. Kimble is taken to a motel where Leonard's wife, Mavis, knows he's not Leonard Hull. Kimble asks for her help to get away from the police and a local hit man pursuing them.

Guest Star: Ed Asner.
Barry Morse appears in this episode. 
57 27 "Runner in the Dark" Alexander Singer Robert Guy Barrows Tuesday, March 30, 1965 4677

A woman calls the police after she recognizes Kimble's picture on a TV quiz show and in the ensuing manhunt, Kimble hides out in a home for the blind. Kimble becomes acquainted with some of the residents, including the attractive Claire Whittaker, as well as Pete Haskell, who Kimble discovers is not really blind. Pete was actually temporarily blinded in a school bus accident months before and he blames himself since he was driving drunk at the time. One of the other residents is Dan Brady, a veteran lawman who was blinded in the line of duty and remains bitter for having lost his position as the town's sheriff to the younger, more educated, but less experienced, Barney Vilattic. When Brady suspects Kimble's true identity, he sees an opportunity to capture the fugitive to reclaim his former job.

Guest Star: Ed Begley as Dan Brady. 
58 28 "A.P.B." William D. Gordon Daniel B. Ullman Tuesday, April 6, 1965 4678

Kimble hops onto a freight train and finds himself in the company of three escaped convicts, two of whom that were wounded during their escape. One of the convicts dies from his wounds while the second one, a brutal murderer named Neil Pinkerton, forces Kimble to treat his leg wound. Pinkerton decides to keep Kimble as a hostage as a safeguard against the police. Pinkerton, Kimble, and the other prisoner, Matt Mooney, seek refuge in a farmhouse owned by widow Mona Ross and her mother, whom recognize all of them and treat their captors as celebrities.

Guest Star: Shirley Knight as Mona Ross. 
59 29 "The Old Man Picked a Lemon" Alexander Singer Jack Turley Tuesday, April 13, 1965 4679

While working as a ranch hand on a California citrus farm, the owner, Leland Hagerman, suddenly dies in a tractor accident and the man's racist son, Blaine, arrives to stake his claim to the place as well as harass the migrant workers. Kimble now must find a way to quietly slip away before Blaine stumbles upon his true identity.

Guest Star: Celeste Holm
60 30 "Last Second of a Big Dream" Robert Butler George Eckstein (teleplay), Jack F. Eastman (story) Tuesday, April 20, 1965 4680

While working as a carnie at a local circus, the son of the circus owner, Barry Craft, recognizes Kimble when Gerard arrives looking for the fugitive. Barry at first does not tell Gerard about Kimble working there for he figures he'll get some publicity by arranging to have Kimble captured at his circus first by calling the local press.

Barry Morse appears in this episode. 

Season 3 (1965-1966)

The third season contains a total of 30 episodes which were originally broadcast in the United States from September 14, 1965 to April 26, 1966.[1]

Ep Title Directed by Written by Original airdate PC
61 1 "Wings of an Angel" William A. Graham Don Brinkley (teleplay), Don Brinkley and Otto King (story) Tuesday, September 14, 1965 4701

Kimble is riding on a bus when the police stop it to capture an escaped convict, who takes a woman hostage. Kimble disarms the man, but gets stabbed during the struggle while the convict is shot dead. Not knowing his true identity, the police treat Kimble as a hero and transport him to a prison hospital for treatment. When two inmates recognize Kimble, they threaten to reveal his identity unless he assists them in their drug smuggling scheme.

Guest Stars: Greg Morris, Harold Gould, and Sue Randall
62 2 "Middle of a Heat Wave" Alexander Singer Robert Hamner Tuesday, September 21, 1965 4709

Kimble breaks up with a local woman he has been dating, Laurel Harper, and she angrily storms out of the bar they are in and into the night. The next morning, Laurel is found on an abandoned road unconscious and badly beaten. While she is taken to a hospital for treatment, Laurel's paranoid and suspicious sister, Sheila, convinces the police to hold Kimble for questioning.

Guest stars: J.D. Cannon and Sarah Marshall 
63 3 "Crack in a Crystal Ball" Walter Grauman Richard Levinson
and William Link
Tuesday, September 28, 1965 4705

A scam artist posing as a psychic goes on TV to prove that he knows where Kimble will appear next after he recognizes Kimble working at a gas station. The con artist's girlfriend then contacts Kimble by pretending to know the whereabouts of the one-armed man hoping Kimble will go to a place they say he is so the police can arrest him.

Guest stars: Larry Blyden, J. Pat O'Malley, and Joanna Moore 
64 4 "Trial by Fire" Alexander Singer Philip Saltzman Sunday, October 10, 1965 4706

Kimble telephones his sister, Donna, and she reveals that she had received a letter from James Eckhardt, a former U.S. Army captain who also saw the one-armed man fleeing from the Kimble's house on the night of Helen's murder. Concerned about cranks, Donna had a private detective verify that Eckhardt is legitimate, and Kimble meets with him in Chicago. Eckhardt had been reluctant to testify for Kimble but upon meeting him - and seeing the man genuinely needs his help - agrees to testify. Unbeknownst to them, a convict in prison for drug dealing comes forward as a witness and reveals to Gerard that he used to sell heroin to Eckhart and that Eckhardt was on his way to see him that night to buy some drugs... which is enough for Gerard to discredit Eckhardt's testimony. When Donna, and her lawyer Burt Green learn of this, Donna must contact Eckhardt to have him stop Kimble from turning himself in.

Guest Stars: Marion Ross, Charles Aidman, Frank Aletter, Tommy Rettig, and Jacqueline Scott.
Barry Morse appears in this episode. 
65 5 "Conspiracy of Silence" Jerry Hopper William D. Gordon Tuesday, October 12, 1965 4704

While working as a steward at a remote desert resort, Kimble is unaware that the area is a top-secret government test site for chemical weapons. When Kimble tries to leave, he gets mistaken for a spy by Major Beck, the head of the project. When several staff members, including the staff physician, suffer from a resulting chemical explosion, Kimble is forced to care for the wounded, unaware that Beck still plans to turn him into the army general leading the project.

Guest stars: Donald Harron and Malachi Throne 
66 6 "Three Cheers for Little Boy Blue" Walter Grauman Chester Krumholz and Harry Kronman (teleplay), Chester Krumholz (story) Tuesday, October 19, 1965 4703

Kimble is working as a chauffeur for George Forster, a successful contractor who returns to his small Midwestern home town with big plans for the community. Kimble discovers that one of the townspeople is planning to kill Forster and he must find out who it is.

Guest Stars: Richard Anderson, Ed Asner, Fay Spain, and Milton Selzer
67 7 "All the Scared Rabbits" Robert Butler William Bast and Norman Lessing (teleplay), William Bast (story) Tuesday, October 26, 1965 4713

Kimble responds to a newspaper ad for a driver and is hired to drive Peggy Franklin and her 10-year-old daughter, Nancy, to California. What Kimble doesn't realize is that Peggy has abducted Nancy from her ex-husband, a pathologist named Dean Franklin. Before leaving, Nancy removes a rabbit from Dean's research lab, unaware that the rabbit has meningitis. When Nancy contracts the sickness, Kimble risks keeping his secret safe to save the little girl.

Guest Stars: Suzanne Pleshette, Liam Sullivan, and R.G. Armstrong. 
68 8 "An Apple a Day" Ralph Senensky Daniel B. Ullman Tuesday, November 2, 1965 4710

Running from the police, Kimble hides out at a farm owned by a local country doctor, named Josephus Adams, who treats his patients with honey and a reassuring word. After one elderly woman under Adams care dies from a protracted bronchial infection, an angry Kimble intervenes and tries to help the patients. In the meantime, Adams wife, Marianne, stumbles upon Kimble's identity and tries to use that to her own advantage. When Adams teenage niece, Sharon, falls into a coma after having an allergic reaction to a bee stings, Kimble risks his freedom to take her away from Adams to a hospital for treatment.

Guest Stars: Arthur O'Connell and Kim Darby
69 9 "Landscape with Running Figures, Part 1" Walter Grauman Anthony Wilson Tuesday, November 16, 1965 4707

When Lt. Gerard must cut short a vacation with his wife Marie to pursue Kimble, who had signed his real name of a time sheet, she becomes fed up enough with her husband's dedication to the pursuit at the expense of time with her that she leaves on her own, but winds up on the same bus with a demoralized Kimble, due to the fact many buses aren’t running because so many roads are underwater from a flood. When the bus crashes, Kimble helps her get away from the wreck. Due to a head injury, she is suffering from temporary blindness and doesn't recognize Kimble. Kimble, unaware of who she really is, decides to accompany her to a phone where she can contact her husband. Along the way, Marie starts asking questions.

Guest Stars: Herschel Bernardi and Barbara Rush.
Barry Morse appears in this episode. 
70 10 "Landscape with Running Figures, Part 2" Walter Grauman Anthony Wilson Tuesday, November 23, 1965 4708

Kimble helps Marie to a nearby town evacuated because of flood warnings to help her recover and so that she can phone her husband for help. Marie continues to question Kimble and she begins to realize who the man is. She is able through a telephone switchboard to contact her husband and she begins to form a plan to trap Kimble.

Guest Stars: Herschel Bernardi and Barbara Rush.
Barry Morse appears in this episode. 
71 11 "Set Fire to a Straw Man" Don Medford Jack Turley Tuesday, November 30, 1965 4702

Kimble reluctantly becomes involved with Stella Savano, the sister of George Savano, a mobster who runs the trucking company where Kimble works. Stella is an emotionally disturbed woman with a dangerous obsession with Johnny, the adopted eight-year-old son of Jesse Stangel, Kimble's co-worker. Kimble learns that Stella is actually Johnny's mother, but Stella becomes so delusional that she thinks that Kimble is Johnny's father.

Guest Stars: Joseph Campanella, Diana Hyland, Clint Howard, and Shelley Morrison
72 12 "Stranger in the Mirror" Joseph Sargent Don Brinkley Tuesday, December 7, 1965 4718

Kimble is working as a custodian for the Saturday Morning Camp, a weekend camp run by Tony and Carole Burnell. Things become complicated when two police officers are found beaten to death near the camp. The police recruit Tony, a former policeman, to interrogate a local juvenile delinquent who is the main suspect in the killings. Unknown to everyone, the real killer is Tony, who blames the police for his death of his father, a policeman and was sent to prison on a trumped-up murder charge and then killed by dirty cops during a prison riot.

Guest Stars: Norman Fell, William Shatner and Julie Sommars.
Barry Morse appears in this episode. 
73 13 "The Good Guys and the Bad Guys" Alexander Singer Don Brinkley Tuesday, December 14, 1965 4714

In the small town of Drover City, Montana, Kimble stumbles onto the annual vigilante roundup, an event where locals hunt down anybody not wearing Western cowboy clothing. After being lassoed, Kimble is held "prisoner" in the local school cafeteria where the dance hall is. Meanwhile, Gerard arrives in the area after hearing reports of Kimble's spotting and has the state police set up roadblocks outside the town before entering the town and looking for the fugitive himself. Gerard shows Kimble's mug shot to Charley Judd, the town marshal who recognizes Kimble. Charley mistakenly thinks there's a reward on Kimble, so he sends Gerard away on a false lead and has his girlfriend, Laura, transport Kimble to the real jail at the police station.

Guest Stars: Bruce Dern, Earl Holliman, and Collin Wilcox.
Barry Morse appears in this episode. 
74 14 "End of the Line" William A. Graham James Menzies Tuesday, December 21, 1965 4717

After losing his wallet, Kimble steals another wallet to pay for his train fare. The wallet belongs to R.T. Unger, who owns a local dairy. Kimble works as dishwasher at a local diner in order to repay the debt, but when Unger finds his wallet missing, he calls the police. Kimble goes to Unger's house and gives back the wallet and money to Unger's daughter, Betty Jo, who is pregnant by Neil, a disreputable youth who works at Unger's dairy. Unger offers Neil $1,000 to leave town, but when Neil refuses, their argument turns into a fistfight where Kimble walks in and sees Neil kill Unger.

Guest Star: Crahan Denton, James Hong, and Andrew Prine
75 15 "When the Wind Blows" Ralph Senensky Betty Langdon Tuesday, December 28, 1965 4712

In rural Wyoming, Kimble seeks refuge from the local constable at a small hotel run by Lois Carter, a young widow who hires him as a handyman. Kimble soon befriends Lois' son Kenny, who protects Kimble from the police when they arrive looking for him.

Guest Star: Georgann Johnson, Greg Mullavy, Harry Townes, and Johnny Jensen. 
76 16 "Not with a Whimper" Alexander Singer Norman Lessing Tuesday, January 4, 1966 4720

Kimble arrives in Hempstead Mills, West Virginia to assist Andrew McCallister, his longtime mentor whom is dying from lung cancer. McCallister's vigorous anti-smog campaign has earned him a reputation as a local crackpot, but the old man plans to go out with a bang by having a bomb hidden in a package and delivered to the local factory. When McCallister discovers that a group of school children will be inside the factory during a field trip at the time of the explosion, he dispatches Kimble to evacuate the building and deactivate the bomb before time runs out.

Guest Stars: Laurence Naismith and Lee Meriwether
77 17 "Wife Killer" Richard Donner Daniel B. Ullman Tuesday, January 11, 1966 4716

Reporter Barbara Webb spots Fred Johnson, the one-armed man, in a police roundup during a murder investigation. Barbara takes a photo of Johnson and publishes it in the local newspaper. The image of the one-armed man draws both Kimble and Gerard to the town. While Gerard waits for Kimble to show up at the police station, the fugitive is outside and sees Johnson in the jail courtyard, but the one-armed man spots Kimble and escapes from the jail and steals a getaway car. Barbara spots Kimble and tells him to get in her car as they chase after the one-armed man. During the chase down a winding mountain road, the one-armed man's car crashes and Kimble has to tend to his injuries knowing that he's the only one to clear Kimble of his wife's murder.

Barry Morse appears in this episode.
Bill Raisch appears in this episode and credited as Fred Johnson. 
78 18 "This'll Kill You" Alex March George Eckstein Tuesday, January 18, 1966 4722

Kimble finds work at a Laundromat owned by Charlie Paris, a former stand-up comic and mob bookie who hopes to go straight. Kimble doesn't know that Paris has a put a hit contract on himself for testifying against some of their business associates. Charlie hopes to make amends meet to his longtime girlfriend, Paula, but she's more interested in Kimble. When a mob flunky offers Paula $8,000 for turning Charlie over to them, she does not pass up the chance and takes the money, while Charlie refuses to believe Kimble's suspicions that Paula plans to betray him.

Guest Star: Mickey Rooney
79 19 "Echo of a Nightmare" James Sheldon John Kneubuhl (teleplay), Robert Lewin (story) Tuesday, January 25, 1966 4721

Jane Washburn, an undercover policewoman, witnesses three youths beat up and rob Kimble. She tends to him, but becomes suspicious after he declines to report his mugging to the police. Jane handcuffs herself to Kimble to arrest him, but he manages to flee the area with her. After Jane sprains her ankle after hopping off a freight train, they break into an abandoned farm house so Kimble can tend to her as well as saw off the handcuffs. Soon, the family that lives there returns and Kimble is held at gunpoint by the sadistic patriarch of the family.

Guest Star: Shirley Knight
80 20 "Stroke of Genius" Robert Butler John Kneubuhl Tuesday, February 1, 1966 4715

Gary Keller, a promising art student, tests his new rifle by firing a random shot, which instantly kills his mentor, the town minister, who happens to be driving on a road right in the line of fire. Kimble is in the car with him because the minister had given a ride to him. The car crashes and Kimble hobbles away. A guilt-ridden Gary wants to confess, but his father, Steve, refuses to let him do so because it will destroy his promising career. The police arrive on the scene and after spotting Kimble, they think he is the killer and they notify Gerard, whom arrives in town to track him down. Meanwhile, Steve decides to take matters into his own hands by finding Kimble and hiding him so he does not implicate his son.

Guest Stars: Beau Bridges, Telly Savalas, and Ellen Corby.
Barry Morse appears in this episode. 
81 21 "Shadow of the Swan" James Sheldon Anthony Lawrence Tuesday, February 8, 1966 4719
At a carnival, Kimble meets Tina Anderson, an attractive young woman whom helps him get a job and introduces him to her uncle Harry, whom is a retired police detective. Harry soon recognizes Kimble and tries to arrest him, but Tina helps Kimble get away and wants to run off with him, but he refuses. Tina, whom is revealed to be a possisive sociopath, plots to betray Kimble for refusing her advances.
 
82 22 "Running Scared" James Sheldon Don Brinkley Tuesday, February 22, 1966 4723

After learning of the death of his father, Kimble contacts Donna and her husband, Len. Donna is distraught and desperately wants to meet Richard, and they arrange a meeting in Fort Wayne, Indiana. Donna and Len go there and check into a hotel under assumed names, but Donna is recognized by Mike Ballinger, the former prosecuting attorney at Kimble's trial; Ballinger is running for governor and his top aide persuades him that helping apprehend Kimble will help him politically. Ballinger calls Gerard to set up a trap but Ballinger's wife Harriet, fed up with Mike's nonstop campaigning and resultant growing addiction to stimulants, hides Kimble and helps him meet Donna and Len.

Guest Stars: Jacqueline Scott and Lin McCarthy.
Barry Morse appears in this episode. 
83 23 "The Chinese Sunset" James Sheldon Leonard Kantor Tuesday, March 1, 1966 4725
Kimble is working as the general factotum in a Beverly Hills hotel on Sunset Boulevard. An undercover policeman, named Fred Bragin, checks into the hotel to survey Eddie Slade, a notorious mob bookie. When Slade leaves town for a few days to sort out some business, his girlfriend, Penelope, stays behind and Bragin focuses his surveillance on her. Penelope meets and turns to Kimble for help in mingling with the wealthy in-crowd of the hotel residents in which Kimble agrees to tutor her on the fine art of socializing, manners, and better increasing her vocabulary. 
84 24 "Ill Wind" Joseph Sargent Al C. Ward Tuesday, March 8, 1966 4726

Gerard tracks Kimble to a migrant community in South Texas where he finally captures Kimble, who attempts to flee by train. A violent hurricane strikes the area and forces both of them to seek shelter in a fragile barn where most of the farm workers are gathered. When Gerard is badly injured when the roof collapses on him, Kimble, to the astonishment of the workers, actually helps try to save the lieutenant by helping transport him to another building where he pleads for a blood donor to save Gerard's life.

Barry Morse appears in this episode. 
85 25 "With Strings Attached" Leonard Horn John Kneubuhl Tuesday, March 15, 1966 4727
Kimble is hired as a chauffeur by Geoffrey Martin, a gifted, but troubled, 17-year-old prodigy violinist. Geoffrey's demanding guardian, Max Pfeiffer (guest star Donald Pleasence), refuses to let Geoffrey go to college because under a contract, Geoffrey is obligated to continue performing until he is 21. In order to free himself from Pfeiffer, Geoffrey manipulates his assistant, Ellen, and Kimble into believing that Pfeiffer is emotionally destroying him, except that Martin's emotional meltdown becomes real when he takes Pfeiffer at gunpoint and learns that Kimble is wanted by the police, leaving him so confused he "frees" himself in bizarre fashion. 
86 26 "The White Knight" Robert Gist Daniel B. Ullman Tuesday, March 22, 1966 4728

After witnessing a small plane crash, Kimble rescues the pilot and the two passengers, senatorial candidate Glenn Madison, and his assistant, Pat Haynes. Glenn's PR man, Russ Haynes, Pat's husband, arranges for a sketch artist to draw a portrait of Glenn's rescuer whom had left the scene. Russ locates Kimble and brings him to the Madison estate for Glenn to congratulate him for saving his life. Meanwhile, Glenn's wife, Claire, recognizes Kimble, and threatens to turn him in unless he tells her of the person that Glenn has seeing, aware of her husband's long history of infidelity. Kimble claims not to know anything. When Kimble confronts Pat, she admits to her affair with Glenn. Claire overhears the conversation and decides to destroy her husband's image.

Guest Star: Ted Knight
87 27 "The 2130" Leonard Horn Daniel B. Ullman Tuesday, March 29, 1966 4724

While working as a chauffeur in Denver, Colorado, Kimble reluctantly covers for teenager Lauire Ryder after she dents her father's car, but Kimble flees after discovering that Laurie was involved in a hit-and-run. After learning Kimble's identity, Laurie's father, Dr. Mark Ryder, summons Gerard, along with the entire Kimble file, to Denver, where he introduces Gerard to the 2130, a computer that can help capture Kimble by determining a pattern to his travels.

Barry Morse appears in this episode. 
88 28 "A Taste of Tomorrow" Leonard Horn John Kneubuhl (teleplay), Mann Rubin (story) Tuesday, April 12, 1966 4729

Kimble meets Joe Tucker, another fugitive from justice, who claims that he was wrongly convicted of embezzlement four years earlier and wants to kill the man whom he suspects of being the real culprit. When Kimble discovers that Joe suffers from a dangerous illness, he tries to help him.

Guest Stars: Fritz Weaver, Michael Constantine, and Brenda Scott. 
89 29 "In a Plain Paper Wrapper" Richard Donner John Kneubuhl (teleplay), Jackson Gillis and Glen A. Larson (story) Tuesday, April 19, 1966 4730

Kimble, working as a bartender in a local diner, becomes involved with waitress Susan Cartwright, but their growing romance is complicated by the arrival of Susan's orphaned nephew Gary, who is trying to break into a small group of local boys. When Gary recognizes Kimble, he tells the boys of his find and they decide to capture Kimble with a rifle they purchase from a magazine ad. Meanwhile, Susan's social worker, Mr. Shaw, investigates Susan and her ability to raise Gary.

Guest Stars: Kurt Russell and Lois Nettleton
90 30 "Coralee" Jerry Hopper Joy Dexter Tuesday, April 26, 1966 4711

After a diver dies in an underwater mishap, Kimble comes to the defense of the diver's girlfriend, who the locals believe is a jinx. Kimble knows that the death may have been due to negligence, knowledge that puts him in jeopardy.

Guest Star: Dabney Coleman

Season 4 (1966-1967)

The fourth season contains a total of 30 episodes which were originally broadcast in the United States from September 13, 1966 to August 29, 1967.[1]

Ep Title Directed by Written by Original airdate PC
91 1 "The Last Oasis" Gerald Mayer Barry Oringer Tuesday, September 13, 1966 4751

Injured after being shot during a police chase, Kimble seeks refuge at an orphanage near a Navajo Indian reservation in Puma County, Arizona. Annie Johnson, the head teacher, removes the bullet and offers Kimble work as a teacher. Meanwhile, the local sheriff, Prycer, believes that Kimble has escaped, but his deputy, Steel, believes Kimble is still in the area and suspects Annie of sheltering the fugitive.

Guest Star: Hope Lange
92 2 "Death is the Door Prize" Don Medford Oliver Crawford Tuesday, September 20, 1966 4753

Kimble visits an enclosed plaza in the heart of the city. Due to a misunderstanding, on-site security mistakes him for someone else and gives chase. Thinking they are on to him, Richard tries to jump a fence, but is caught by a guard and has to punch him out to get away. A lady working at a camera store lets him stay at her place while he rests. To complicate things more, Kimble's earlier visit to the video store was caught on video tape and someone who sees the tape recognizes him.

Guest Stars: Ossie Davis, Lois Nettleton, and Bill Erwin
93 3 "A Clean and Quiet Town" Mark Rydell Howard Browne Tuesday, September 27, 1966 4754

Kimble makes the mistake of going to Clark City, a corrupt gambling town. Fred Johnson, the one-armed man, works there as a local numbers runner and he hires two corrupt cops beat up Kimble. When Kimble survives the attack, Johnson then puts out a contract on him, but a sniper attack on Kimble goes wrong. Johnson then forces a street walker to lead Kimble to an alleyside ambush, but Johnson is beaten senseless by Kimble and dragged to the police where Kimble turns himself and Johnson in.

Bill Raisch appears in this episode and credited as Steve Cramer. 
94 4 "The Sharp Edge of Chivalry" Gerald Mayer Sam Ross Tuesday, October 4, 1966 4757

Kimble is working as an apartment janitor. Roger Roland, a neighbor who lives across the street, murders a neighbor woman in the building where Kimble lives by bludgeoning her to death with a marble statue after she refuses his advances. After a tenant reports seeing a figure run from the murder victim's apartment, the police arrive and suspect Kimble despite his alibi.

Guest Star: Ellen Corby.
Barry Morse appears in this episode. 
95 5 "Ten Thousand Pieces of Silver" James Neilson E. Arthur Kean and Wilton Schiller (teleplay), E. Arthur Kean (story) Tuesday, October 11, 1966 4759

Kimble finds work on Jake Lawrence's farm where he develops a special friendship with Jake's autistic daughter, Cathy. Kimble soon becomes nervous when the local sheriff, Mel Bailey, begins searching for Joe Burmas, a convicted murder who escaped from prison a few weeks before. Meanwhile, back in Stafford, Gerard sees that the local newspaper has established a $10,000 reward for Kimble's capture - and learns that someone has responded. When Gerard arrives at Jake Lawrence's farm Burmas shows up and takes Cathy hostage, leaving Kimble having to rescue Cathy and escape Gerard at the same time.

Barry Morse appears in this episode. 
96 6 "Joshua's Kingdom" Gerd Oswald Lee Loeb Tuesday, October 18, 1966 4756

While working as a veterinarian assistant in a rural town in Utah, Kimble becomes acquainted with Ruth Simmons, an unwed teenage mother who has a sickly infant and who was being harassed by a would-be deputy, Pete Edwards. Her father, Joshua, is a Christian Scientist whose religion prohibits the use of medicine for any ailment, but he is also driven by bitterness that his daughter's out-of-wedlock birth has shamed him. Kimble brings over antibiotics, but Joshua destroys the drugs. After determining that the baby is anemic, Kimble secretly arranges for a blood transfusion, and learns from Ruth that she was to marry her boyfriend, a young soldier who died in a bus accident. When Joshua holds Kimble at gunpoint, the baby loses consciousness, but Kimble revives him, and Joshua, shamed at his attitude toward the baby and to Kimble, must act when Pete Edwards arrived to arrest Kimble with the aid of his two bloodhound dogs.

Guest Stars: Kim Darby, Tom Skerritt, and Harry Townes
97 7 "Second Sight" Robert Douglas Daniel B. Ullman Tuesday, October 25, 1966 4752

While working in a film supply store as a photo developer, Kimble spots Fred Johnson, the one-armed man, in a photo. After tracking down Howie Keever, the freelance photographer who took the picture, Kimble learns that Johnson works at a nearby chemical warehouse. Kimble goes to the warehouse and surprises Johnson. During the scuffle, Johnson accidentally ignites some chemicals, creating an explosion which leaves him badly injured and Kimble blinded by the flash. Johnson manages to escape and once again reports Kimble to the police.

Guest Star: Ted Knight.
Bill Raisch appears in this episode and credited as Joe Walters. 
98 8 "Wine Is a Traitor" Gerd Oswald Howard Dimsdale Tuesday, November 1, 1966 4760
Carl Crandall is the wealthy and spoiled son of winery owner Pete Crandall. Carl stops a labor strike at the winery by killing the union leader and framing Morales, another worker, for it. Kimble happens by and witnesses Carl run from the scene of the crime, but he is unable to tell anyone. Kimble tries to write an anonymous letter to the California District Attorney, but Carl's goons confiscate the letter. While Kimble tries to persuade Morales's wife, Elena, to help him report Carl to clear her husband, Pete suspects Carl of the murder and sends his two right hand men to keep an eye on Carl, but the two men are with Carl, who orders them to murder Kimble.
 
99 9 "Approach with Care" William Hale Lee Loeb Tuesday, November 15, 1966 4761

Kimble meets Willie Turner, a mentally retarded young man who is accused of hurting a child. Kimble reluctantly hides Willie at a carnival where Kimble currently works. Kimble tries to persuade Willie to return to the hospital where his sister had him committed.

Guest Stars: Dabney Coleman, Michael Conrad, and Denny Miller
100 10 "Nobody Loses All the Time" Lawrence Dobkin E. Arthur Kean Tuesday, November 22, 1966 4758

After Kimble spots Fred Johnson at the scene of a fire, he gives chase, but stops to help a woman who has been hit by a vehicle. After Kimble helps her get to a hospital, he discovers that she is Johnson's girlfriend. Meanwhile, Johnson has contacted her and told her to contact the police.

Barry Morse appears in this episode.
Bill Raisch appears in this episode and credited as Fred Johnson. 
101 11 "Right in the Middle of the Season" Christian Nyby Sam Ross Tuesday, November 29, 1966 4763
While working as a fishing crewman, Kimble becomes embroiled in a union strike which is organized by Joe Donovan, the son of Kimble's employer, Tony Donovan. During a rally, Kimble, Tony, and a few others are arrested. After being released, Kimble tries to leave town knowing his secret will be revealed.
 
102 12 "The Devil's Disciples" Jud Taylor Jeri Emmett and Steven W. Carabatsos (teleplay), Robert Dillon and Steven W. Carabatsos (story) Tuesday, December 6, 1966 4762

While fleeing from a sheriff's dragnet, Kimble is rescued by a dangerous motorcycle gang called the Devil's Disciples, led by the brutal Hutch. As payback, Hutch and his gang want Kimble to help them avenge the death of a former gang member who robbed a gas filling station. His father had turned him in and as part of his sentence, he was drafted and sent to Vietnam where he was killed in action. When Kimble notices that the gang is not completely unified, he seeks help from Don, one of the members, and his girlfriend, Patty, to help him escape so he can warn the police to prevent the killing of the deceased gang member's father.

Guest Stars: Bruce Dern and Diana Hyland
103 13 "The Blessings of Liberty" Joseph Pevney Daniel B. Ullman Tuesday, December 20, 1966 4755
Kimble finds work at an upholstery store where the police are staking out the place in their search for an escaped killer, named Bowen. Kimble becomes acquainted with one worker, a Hungarian immigrant named Josef Karac, who Kimble discovers is a doctor wanted by the police for an abortion that he performed years earlier. Meanwhile, the police stake out Dr. Karac's apartment where his wife, daughter, and nephew live, while police officer Jim Macklin goes undercover as a worker at the shop where Bowen was last seen.
 
104 14 "The Evil Men Do" Jesse Hibbs Walter Brough Tuesday, December 27, 1966 4767

Kimble works on the ranch of Arthur Brame (James Daly), unaware that Brame is a retired Mob hitman. When a horse breaks loose and nearly tramples Arthur, Kimble saves his boss' life, and the ranch owner is determined to repay the debt to Kimble. When Brame learns that Lt. Gerard is looking for Kimble, he arranges to steer Gerard into a trap at a warehouse he owns, but Kimble and Arthur's wife Sharon (Elizabeth Allen) race to stop him.

Barry Morse appears in this episode. 
105 15 "Run the Man Down" James Sheldon Barry Oringer (teleplay), Fred Freiberger (story) Tuesday, January 3, 1967 4764

While escaping from the police hunting him in the wilderness of Southern California, Kimble meets a wounded criminal who demands that he take him to a rendezvous point in an isolated cabin a few miles away. They reach it only to find it occupied by a woman called Laura Craig and are joined by the criminal's three accomplices the next day. A tense situation develops when the local sheriff also arrives to look for Kimble.

Guest Stars: James Broderick, Ed Asner, and Georgann Johnson. 
106 16 "The Other Side of the Coin" Lewis Allen Sam Ross Tuesday, January 10, 1967 4766

While working as a clerk in a small grocery store in Ocean Grove, California, Kimble witnesses the conflict between a co-worker, Larry Corby, and his father, Ben, who's the town's sheriff. Larry has plans about which he has not told his father, and their relationship is about to change dramatically.

Guest Stars: Beau Bridges and Joseph Campanella
107 17 "The One That Got Away" Leo Penn Philip Saltzman
and Harry Kronman
Tuesday, January 17, 1967 4765

Ralph Schuyler is a government agent who goes undercover as a boat captain to spy on Felice Greer, the wife of an international embezzler hiding out in Mexico. Kimble is on that boat as a hired deck hand. When Ralph learns that Kimble's identity is false, he takes Kimble's fingerprints and after an emergency landing, the agent leaves the fingerprints with a local Mexican shopkeeper and notifies the authorities of Felice's whereabouts.

Guest Star: Charles Bronson
108 18 "Concrete Evidence" Murray Golden Jeri Emmett and Jack Turley (teleplay), Jack Turley (story) Tuesday, January 24, 1967 4769

Kimble finds work as a construction worker in Nebraska where he is recognized by the building contractor, Alex "Pat" Patton, who once built a theater in his home town, but a wall of the theater collapsed due to faulty construction and killed three children. Although exonerated of manslaughter charges, the townspeople have been irate with him ever since. Pat approaches Kimble and tells him that he knows who he is from a wanted poster he keeps in his office. He tells Kimble about his plight and that he has one month to live because he's dying from a heart condition. Pat wants Kimble to keep him alive long enough to finish the motel he is working on and if Kimble refuses to do so or flees, Pat will turn him in to the local authorities.

Guest Stars: Celeste Holm, Jack Warden, and Harold Gould.
Barry Morse appears in this episode. 
109 19 "The Breaking of the Habit" John Meredyth Lucas John Meredyth Lucas Tuesday, January 31, 1967 4768

After fleeing a police roadblock where he gets shot in the leg, Kimble hops on a truck headed toward Sacramento where he once again meets up with Sister Veronica (from the Landscape with Running Figures episodes back in Season 1), who is now the principal of the St. Mary Magdalene School for girls. Kimble asks Sister Veronica to drive him to Tarlton, where the one-armed man supposedly works. Meanwhile, Sister Veronica, who is suffering from a brain tumor, learns that a delinquent student has run away and is torn between driving after the girl or staying to help Kimble. But things get more complicated when a "bad girl" student sees Kimble and calls the police in which Kimble is forced to hide on the roof of a building despite his injury.

Guest Stars: Eileen Heckart and Bill Erwin
110 20 "There Goes the Ball Game" Gerald Mayer Oliver Crawford Tuesday, February 7, 1967 4770

While attending a minor league baseball game, Kimble unwittingly witnesses a man walk away with a woman. After discovering that Kimble witnessed the proceedings, the woman’s father summons Kimble to his office where he tells him that the woman is his daughter and she has been kidnapped. Her abductors want a $200,000 ransom. When word leaks out, reporters surround the Newmark household and Kimble is unable to slip away. Meanwhile, the kidnappers, a former baseball player and a friend, realize that Kimble witnessed them, so they plot to have Kimble deliver the ransom money so they can kill him.

Guest Stars: Martin Balsam and Susan Seaforth Hayes
111 21 "The Ivy Maze" John Meredyth Lucas Edward Hume Tuesday, February 21, 1967 4771

Fritz Simpson is a college professor doing research on sleep deprivation; he is also a close friend of Kimble as he, Richard, Helen, and Fritz's wife Caroline were college pals. One of his patients is the one-armed man, Fred Johnson, who works as a grounds keeper at Wellington College under the alias Carl Stoker. Fritz contacts Kimble, who after arriving verifies that it is indeed Johnson. Fritz arranges for Stoker/Johnson to participate in his dream withdrawal experiments to try and extract a confession from him. Caroline, however, sees Kimble and calls Gerard, still bitter because as youths Fritz had loved Helen before her. Gerard, however, spots Johnson in the experiment, but Caroline draws him away long enough for Fritz and Richard to finally draw a recorded confession from Johnson - until Gerard bursts into the experiment and a three-way chase ensues.

Guest Stars: William Windom and Jill Janssen (David Janssen's sister).
Barry Morse appears in this episode.
Bill Raisch appears in this episode and credited as Carl Stoker. 
112 22 "Goodbye My Love" Lewis Allen Lee Loeb Tuesday, February 28, 1967 4772

Kimble becomes romantically involved with former recording star Gail Martin, unaware that she knows his secret and the $10,000 reward for his capture. Meanwhile, Gail and her other lover, Alan Bartlet, are plotting to kill Alan's wealthy wife Norma, a former golf pro now confined to a wheelchair, and put the blame on Kimble so they can capture him and collect the reward money and Norma's vast wealth.

Guest Star: Jack Lord
113 23 "Passage to Helena" Richard Benedict Barry Oringer Tuesday, March 7, 1967 4773

After being arrested in a small Montana town for a minor loitering charge, Kimble is put in jail next to a suspect in a race-related killing. The black deputy becomes determined to transport Kimble and the racist murderer to the state capital for arraignment, but they are ambushed by the killer's accomplices and are now forced to travel on foot through hostile territory.

Guest Star: James Farentino
114 24 "The Savage Street" Gerald Mayer Jeri Emmett and Mario Alcalde (teleplay), Mario Alcalde (story) Tuesday, March 14, 1967 4774
Kimble is working at a cigar-making store owned by Jose Anza and becomes close friends with his son, Jimmy, whom is routely threatened by three bullies. When Kimble is shot in the leg after the police discover him, Jimmy hides him from both his father, and his uncle Miguel, a police officer determined to capture him.
 
115 25 "Death of a Very Small Killer" John Meredyth Lucas Barry Orlinger Tuesday, March 21, 1967 4775

Fleeing to Mexico, Kimble contracts pneumonia and seeks refuge at a local hospital where he is recognized by Dr. Howell, an American doctor who is conducting research on meningitis. After Kimble recovers, Dr. Howell blackmails him into assisting with his research in exchange for protection from the local police. While working with Howell's assistant, Reina Morales, Kimble soon discovers that several of the patients are being unwittingly infected and sacrificed for Howell's research purposes. Meanwhile, a persistent police sergeant, named Rodriguez, begins investigating Kimble's true identity.

Guest Star: Arthur Hill
116 26 "Dossier on a Diplomat" Gerald Mayer J. T. Gallard and Jeri Emmett (teleplay), J. T. Gallard (story) Tuesday, March 28, 1967 4776

Kimble travels to Washington, D.C. to meet with a lawyer named Frank Hobart who wrote a book titled Unjustly Convicted, which states that Kimble was convicted without the benefit of a fair trial due to the bias media circus influencing the judge and jury. Kimble wants Hobart to represent him while the lawyer tries to persuade the courts to re-open the Kimble murder case. Soon afterward, Kimble finds himself tending to Unawa, an African ambassador who suddenly collapses in the street. The grateful ambassador shelters Kimble at the African embassy, despite the protests from the ambassador's bossy and shrewd wife, Davala, who soon learns Kimble's identity. While Unawa believes Kimble's innocence, the spiteful Davala doesn't and she calls Gerard and the local police who surround the building, but cannot enter it due to the embassy being a part of foreign soil. When Unawa collapses again and falls into a coma after revealing to Kimble that he is dying from a brain tumor, Davala takes advantage of this to relocate the embassy so the police can move in and arrest Kimble.

Guest Stars: Diana Sands, Diana Hyland, and Ivan Dixon.
Barry Morse appears in this episode. 
117 27 "The Walls of Night" John Meredyth Lucas Lawrence L. Goldman Tuesday, April 4, 1967 4777
Kimble, working as a truck driver out of Portland, Oregon, becomes romantically involved radio dispatcher Barbara Wells, unaware that she is a convicted embezzler on loan through the state prison's work-release program. Distraught after her parole is denied for another six months, Barbara flees to Seattle where Kimble is staying and asks to take her to Canada with him. When Kimble learns the truth, he decides to take her back to Seattle despite knowing the police are looking for her... and him as well.
 
118 28 "The Shattered Silence" Barry Morse Barry Oringer (teleplay), Ralph Goodman (story) Tuesday, April 11, 1967 4778

In the hills of Oregon, a young sculptor named Andrea hides Kimble from a local deputy named Howe. When the lawman finds him, Kimble retreats deeper into the mountains where he finds refuge in the home of hermit John Mallory, a former scholar who cut himself off from civilization 14 years earlier and his only companions are two vicious German Shepherd dogs. Despite being aware that Kimble is a fugitive from the law, Mallory takes a liking to Kimble and forbids him to leave. Kimble is compelled to help the ailing Mallory as Deputy Howe closes in on their location.

Guest Star: Laurence Naismith
119 29 "The Judgment, Part 1" Don Medford George Eckstein and Michael Zagor Tuesday, August 22, 1967 4779

The one-armed man, Fred Johnson, has been arrested for a minor crime. Gerard tries to use this to lure Kimble out into the open. 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.

Guest Stars: Diane Baker, Joseph Campanella, Michael Constantine, Jacqueline Scott, and Richard Anderson.
Barry Morse appears in this episode.
Bill Raisch appears in this episode and credited as Fred Johnson. 
120 30 "The Judgment, Part 2" Don Medford George Eckstein and Michael Zagor Tuesday, August 29, 1967 4780

Kimble and Gerard are on a train heading to their hometown, Stafford, Indiana where Kimble reveals to Gerard that the person who sent the bail money for Johnson is his brother-in-law, Leonard Taft. Kimble doesn't think it was him, but someone from his hometown did send the money and used Taft's name. The one-armed man calls the Tafts demanding that they meet with him. Someone does go to the meeting, but that someone holds the key to unlocking the events of "the day the running stopped" as viewers are taken back to what really happened the night Kimble's wife was murdered. The story climaxes with Kimble finally catching up to Johnson in a final confrontation at a deserted amusement park that, for better or worse, ends the fugitive's long pursuit.
Guest Stars: Diane Baker, J. D. Cannon, Diane Brewster (uncredited), Jacqueline Scott and Richard Anderson.
Barry Morse appears in this episode.
Bill Raisch appears in this episode and credited as Fred Johnson.

Note- In 1997 TV Guide ranked this episode number 23 on it's '100 Greatest Episodes of All Time' list.[2] 

All but two of the series' 120 episodes aired on a Tuesday. "See Hollywood and Die" aired on a Wednesday and "Trial by Fire" aired on a Sunday.

References

  1. ^ a b c d "Episode Guide for The Fugitive". epguides.com. http://epguides.com/Fugitive/. 
  2. ^ TV Guide Book of Lists. Running Press. 2007. pp. 184. ISBN 0-7624-3007-9. 

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