Puma County is mentioned several times. According to the map in the sheriff's office it is a large county in southern Arizona. The actual county in southern Arizona is called Yuma County. See more »
[Opening Narration. Viewers see two persons - Native Americans - riding in a Jeep in the desert. There is no sign at this point of Richard Kimble, who has been wounded by a shot and is lying unconscious nearby]
A Fugitive has many enemies - the desert is among them. But the desert can also bring friends.
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Police, chasing Kimble through the Arizona desert, find his abandoned car by the train tracks. The sheriff figures he got away, but Deputy Jimmy Steel (played by actor Mark Richman) believes it is a trick by Kimble, and that he never boarded the train.
Kimble, who was shot by Steel, is found by people from the Indian school. He is patched up by teacher Annie Johnson (played by actress Hope Lange).
When the sheriff is gone for a few days, Jimmy Steel is free to chase Kimble, and with his superior abilities proves himself a tough adversary.
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