Kimble risks his own freedom and life to help an elderly transient who is wrongly accused of murder when he's caught stealing a dead man's wallet.

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Martin C. Rowland
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Angstrom
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Howard Pascoe
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Sgt. Lou Kronas
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Arthur Tibbetts
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Floyd (as Jud Taylor)
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Kimble risks his own freedom and life to help an elderly transient who is wrongly accused of murder when he's caught stealing a dead man's wallet.

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3 December 1963 (USA)  »

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Back when David Janssen was playing a suave private eye during four seasons of Richard Diamond, Private Detective (1957), Robert Quarry, the obnoxious victim here, was a guest star on three episodes. See more »

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Ginny Rowland: A man of many cities. Don't you ever get lonely, unhappy or lost?
Dr. Richard Kimble: Quite often. It's the human condition, isn't it?
Ginny Rowland: Unless one decides to do something about it.
Dr. Richard Kimble: What do you do about it, Mrs. Rowland?
Ginny Rowland: Wait for a new man to come to town.
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Kimble is positive they caught the wrong man...but what can he do?!
9 March 2017 | by (Bradenton, Florida) – See all my reviews

Howie is an obnoxious jerk. He begins making some very crude and suggestive remarks to his co-worker, Martin Rowland. Rowland justifiably dislikes the guy and when Howie won't shut up and starts making cracks about Rowland's wife, Martin's had enough and decks the jerk. Unfortunately, it's a heck of a punch and not only is Howie knocked out...he's DEAD!! And, the fugitive, Richard Kimble, saw it happen. What's worse, a vagrant, Mr. Tibbets, came along and picked the body of a watch and wallet...and the cops found it on Tibbets and have charged him with murder! Sure, he's a thief...but he's no killer...and Kimble is trying to figure out what to do short of exposing himself to arrest. To make any appeals to Rowland is difficult, as Mrs. Rowland figured out what happened and begs him NOT to tell the truth!

All in all, this is a very good episode...made more so because the writer had Mrs. Rowland such a cynical, conniving and awful person! I enjoyed seeing Diana Van der Vlis playing her with such gusto!!


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