CTVA US Crime - "The Fugitive" (Quinn Martin/ ABC) Season 3 (1965-66)

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Starring David Janssen (black & white)
Season 3  (ABC) (1965-66)
Episode Guide compiled by The Classic TV Archive
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ABC Tuesdays 10:00 PM Eastern
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Produced by Alan A. Armer

3.01 [061] The Fugitive: WINGS OF AN ANGEL [verified on film]
14-Sep-1965 ABC Tue
Executive Producer: Quinn Martin / Producer Alan A. Armer /
Assistant to the Executive Producer: Arthur Fellows / Associate Producer William D. Gordon
Teleplay by Don Brinkley / Story by Don Brinkley & Otto King
Directed by William A. Graham / Director of Photography: Meredith Nicholson, A.S.C.
Starring:
David Janssen as Dr. Richard Kimble / Kimble's Alias: George Eagan
Guest Stars:
Lin McCarthy ............ Warden Maddox
Greg Morris .............. Mickey Deming
Co-Starring:
Lane Bradbury .......... Janet Kegler
Harold Gould ............ Dr. Willis
Also Starring:
Barry Morse .............. Lt. Gerard (credited but only appears in opening titles)
With:
Sue Randall .............. Nurse Thompson
Ned Glass ................. Leo Troy
Val Avery .................. Jerry Kulik
Bing Russell ............. Officer #1
Ted Gehring .............. Fogarty
Joe Perry ................... Joe Robbins
Anne Loos ................. Miss Jay
Dave Armstrong ........ Officer #2
John Ward ................. Guard at Gate
Synopsis:
Kimble is wounded while helping the police recapture an inmate, and finds himself
placed in a prison hospital where he falls into the clutches of a blackmailer.

3.02 [062] The Fugitive: MIDDLE OF A HEATWAVE [verified on film]
21-Sep-1965 ABC Tue
Executive Producer: Quinn Martin / Producer Alan A. Armer /
Assistant to the Executive Producer: Arthur Fellows / Associate Producer: George Eckstein
Written by Robert Hamner
Directed by Alexander Singer / Director of Photography: Meredith Nicholson, A.S.C.
Starring:
David Janssen as Dr. Richard Kimble /
Kimble's Alias: Jim Owen, worker on a Highway Construction Crew
Guest Stars:
J.D. Cannon .............. Sheriff Todd Collison
Carol Rossen ............ Laurel Harper
Sarah Marshall ......... Sheila Pettie
Co-Starring:
John Lasell ............... Frank Pettie
Also Starring:
Barry Morse .............. Lt. Gerard (credited but only appears in opening titles)
With:
Paul Comi ................ 1st Deputy
James Doohan .......... Doctor
Mimi Dillard ........... Waitress
James Johnson ......... 2nd Deputy
Synopsis:
 A young woman is beaten...and the evidence points to Kimble.

3.03 [063] The Fugitive: CRACK IN A CRYSTAL BALL [verified on film]
28-Sep-1965 ABC Tue
Executive Producer: Quinn Martin / Producer Alan A. Armer /
Assistant to the Executive Producer: Arthur Fellows / Associate Producer George Eckstein
Written by William Link & Richard Levinson
Directed by Walter Grauman / Director of Photography: Meredith Nicholson, A.S.C.
Starring:
David Janssen as Dr. Richard Kimble /
Kimble's Alias: Joe Warren, working at a mid-west gas station
Guest Stars:
Larry Blyden ............. Sal Mitchell
Joanna Moore ........... Joan Mitchell
Co-Starring:
J. Pat O'Malley ......... Mr. McBride
Nellie Burt ............... Mrs. Daniels
Also Starring:
Barry Morse .............. Lt. Gerard (credited but only appears in opening titles)
With:
Frank Maxwell ......... Lt. Bliss
Walter Brooke .......... Wilcox
John Crawford .......... Sergeant
Pitt Herbert ............... Motel Manager
Synopsis:
A seedy mind reader conjures up trouble for Kimble.

3.04 [064] The Fugitive: TRIAL BY FIRE [verified on film]
05-Oct-1965 ABC Tue
Executive Producer: Quinn Martin / Producer Alan A. Armer /
Assistant to the Executive Producer: Arthur Fellows / Associate Producer George Eckstein
Written by Philip Saltzman
Directed by Alexander Singer / Director of Photography: Meredith Nicholson, A.S.C.
Starring:
David Janssen as Dr. Richard Kimble / Kimble's Alias:
Guest Stars:
Charles Aidman ........ Capt. James Eckhardt
Frank Aletter ............. Burton Green
Jacqueline Scott ........ Donna Green (Kimble's sister)
Co-Starring:
Tommy Rettig ............ J.J. Eckhardt
Marion Ross .............. Marion Eckhardt
Also Starring:
Barry Morse .............. Lt. Gerard (DOES appear)
With:
Booth Colman ............ Les Donaldson
Chris Alcaide ............ Lt. Holvath
Ed Deemer ................ Sgt. Rainey
John Durren ............... Eddie Bragg
Synopsis:
A witness to murder by the one-armed man comes forward on Kimble's behalf.

3.05 [065] The Fugitive: CONSPIRACY OF SILENCE [verified on film]
12-Oct-1965 ABC Tue
Executive Producer: Quinn Martin / Producer Alan A. Armer /
Assistant to the Executive Producer: Arthur Fellows / Associate Producer George Eckstein
Written by William D. Gordon
Directed by Jerry Hopper / Director of Photography: Meredith Nicholson, A.S.C.
Starring:
David Janssen as Dr. Richard Kimble / Kimble's Alias: Fred Tate, Porter at a Country Club
Guest Stars:
Donald Harron ......... Major Christopher Beck
Malachi Throne ........ David Jones
Co-Starring:
Bill Gunn .................. Avery
Wesley Addy ............. Price
Also Starring:
Barry Morse .............. Lt. Gerard (credited but only appears in opening titles)
With:
Robert Cornthwaite ...... Pickett
Mort Mills ................ Murchison
Byron Morrow .......... General Orvan Fredericks
Lawrence Montaigne ..... Section Leader
Dick Wilson ................ Berger
Synopsis:
A swank country club is a front for a top secret project...and Kimble is in the middle.

3.06 [066] The Fugitive: THREE CHEERS FOR LITTLE BOY BLUE [verified on film]
19-Oct-1965 ABC Tue
Executive Producer: Quinn Martin / Producer Alan A. Armer /
Assistant to the Executive Producer: Arthur Fellows / Associate Producer George Eckstein
Teleplay by Chester Krumholz & Harry Kronman / Story by Chester Krumholz
Directed by Walter Grauman / Director of Photography: Meredith Nicholson, A.S.C.
Starring:
David Janssen as Dr. Richard Kimble / Kimble's Alias: Tom Nash, chauffeur
Guest Stars:
Richard Anderson ..... George Forster
Edward Asner ........... Roy Malinek
Fay Spain .................. Nora Keel
Co-Staring;
Milton Selzer ............ Ben Willoughby
Also Starring:
Barry Morse .............. Lt. Gerard (credited but only appears in opening titles)
With:
Vaughn Taylor ........... Arvin Keel (Nora's father)
Doris Singleton ......... Janet Willoughby
DeForest Kelley ........ Charlie
Amy Douglass ........... Aunt
Jason Wingreen ......... Jack
Byron Foulger ........... Clerk
And:
Woodrow Parfrey ...... Mort Graham
Synopsis:
Kimble is involved in a murder attempt when he chauffeurs his boss all the
way to the tycoon's hometown.

3.07 [067] The Fugitive: ALL THE SCARED RABBITS [verified on film]
26-Oct-1965 ABC Tue
Executive Producer: Quinn Martin / Producer Alan A. Armer /
Assistant to the Executive Producer: Arthur Fellows / Associate Producer George Eckstein
Teleplay by William Bast & Norman Lessing / Story by William Bast
Directed by Robert Butler / Director of Photography: Meredith Nicholson, A.S.C.
Starring:
David Janssen as Dr. Richard Kimble / Kimble's Alias: Joe Taff, driver for Peggy Franklin
Guest Stars:
Suzanne Pleshette ...... Peggy Franklin
R.G. Armstrong ......... Marshal Matt Peters
Co-Starring:
Liam Sullivan ........... Dean Franklin
Debi Storm ............... Nancy Franklin (Peggy's daughter)
Also Starring:
Barry Morse .............. Lt. Gerard (credited but only appears in opening titles)
With:
Nancy Rennick .......... Ann
Robert Sorrells .......... Deputy
Meg Wyllie ................ Mrs. White
Garry Walberg ........... Lt. Wilson
Steven Bell ................ Mechanic
Edward Faulkner ....... Sheriff
Susan Davis ............... Mona
Hal Lynch .................. Sergeant
Synopsis:
Kimble responds to an advertisement, and becomes involved with a woman who plans on
kidnapping her daughter from her ex. The family kidnapping puts a case of meningitis in motion.

3.08 [068] The Fugitive: AN APPLE A DAY [verified on film]
02-Nov-1965 ABC Tue
Executive Producer: Quinn Martin / Producer Alan A. Armer /
Assistant to the Executive Producer: Arthur Fellows / Associate Producer George Eckstein
Written by Dan Ullman
Directed by Ralph Senensky / Director of Photography: Meredith Nicholson, A.S.C.
Starring:
David Janssen as Dr. Richard Kimble / Kimble's Alias: Ed Curtis
Guest Stars:
Arthur O'Connell ...... Dr. Josephus Adams
Sheree North ............. Marianne Adams
Kim Darby ................ Sharon Wolfe
Also Starring:
Barry Morse .............. Lt. Gerard (credited but only appears in opening titles)
With:
Walter Baldwin ......... Mr. Weaver
Amzie Strickland ...... Mrs. Crandall
Bill Quinn ................. Dr. Olney
Gene Darfler ............. Sheriff
Marlowe Jensen ........ Officer
Synopsis:
A doctor's wife puts the moves on a reluctant Kimble

3.09 [069] The Fugitive: LANDSCAPE WITH RUNNING FIGURES (part 1/2) 
16-Nov-1965 ABC Tue
Executive Producer: Quinn Martin / Producer Alan A. Armer /
Assistant to the Executive Producer: Arthur Fellows / Associate Producer George Eckstein
Written by Anthony Wilson
Directed by Walter Grauman / Director of Photography: Meredith Nicholson, A.S.C.
Starring:
David Janssen as Dr. Richard Kimble / Kimble's Alias: Steve Carver, kitchen helper in an all-nite diner
Guest Stars:
Barbara Rush ............ Marie Gerard (Lt. Gerard's wife)
Herschel Bernardi ..... Captain Ames
Co-Starring:
Jud Taylor ................. Sgt. Rainey
Also Starring:
Barry Morse .............. Lt. Gerard (DOES appear)
With:
Arthur Franz .............. Bus Driver
Noam Pitlik ............... Salesman
Rodolfo Hoyos .......... Luis Bota
Bill Zuckert ............... Sergeant
Ronnie Dapo .............. Oldest Boy
Sy Prescott ................. Officer
Stuart Nisbet .............. Desk Clerk
John Clarke ................ Jarvis
Stephen Coit .............. Ticket Seller
Don Ross ................... Policeman
And:
Adam Williams ......... Truck Driver
Synopsis (part 1) A twist of fate puts Kimble on the same bus with Lt. Gerard's wife!

3.10 [070] The Fugitive: LANDSCAPE WITH RUNNING FIGURES (part 2/2)
23-Nov-1965 ABC Tue
Executive Producer: Quinn Martin / Producer Alan A. Armer /
Assistant to the Executive Producer: Arthur Fellows / Associate Producer George Eckstein
Written by Anthony Wilson
Directed by Walter Grauman / Director of Photography: Meredith Nicholson, A.S.C.
Starring:
David Janssen as Dr. Richard Kimble / Kimble's Alias: Steve Carver, kitchen helper in an all-nite diner
Guest Stars:
Barbara Rush ............ Marie Gerard (Lt. Gerard's wife)
Herschel Bernardi ..... Captain Ames
Co-Starring:
Jud Taylor ................. Sgt. Rainey
Robert Doyle ............ Tommy
Also Starring:
Barry Morse .............. Lt. Gerard (DOES appear)
With:
Judith Norton ............. Joanie
Robert Biheller .......... Beavo
Don Ross ................... Policeman
James Devine ............. Interne
Synopsis (part 2) - It's Kimble to the rescue when Lt. Gerard's wife is injured.

3.11 [071] The Fugitive: SET FIRE TO A STRAW MAN [verified on film]
30-Nov-1965 ABC Tue
Executive Producer: Quinn Martin / Producer Alan A. Armer /
Assistant to the Executive Producer: Arthur Fellows / Associate Producer George Eckstein
Written by Jack Turley
Directed by Don Medford / Director of Photography: Meredith Nicholson, A.S.C.
Starring:
David Janssen as Dr. Richard Kimble / Kimble's Alias: Chris Benson, Warehouse Worker /
Guest Stars:
Diana Hyland ............ Stella Savano
Edward Binns ........... George Savano
Joseph Campanella ... Jesse Stansel
Also Starring:
Barry Morse .............. Lt. Gerard (credited but only appears in opening titles)
With:
Clint Howard ............ Johnny
Kelly Thordsen ......... Sgt. Kelly
Shelley Morrison ...... Ginny
Lewis Charles ........... Max
Barbara Baldavin ...... Mickey
Wally Shannon ........... Waiter
Synopsis:
An employer hopes to protect his sister, and decides to set the police on Kimble
if he doesn't stay away from her.

3.12 [072] The Fugitive: STRANGER IN THE MIRROR [verified on film]
07-Dec-1965 ABC Tue
Executive Producer: Quinn Martin / Producer Alan A. Armer /
Assistant to the Executive Producer: Arthur Fellows / Associate Producer George Eckstein
Written by Don Brinkley
Directed by Joseph Sargent / Director of Photography: Meredith Nicholson, A.S.C.
Starring:
David Janssen as Dr. Richard Kimble / Kimble's Alias: John Evans
Guest Stars:
William Shatner ........ Tony Burrell
Norman Fell .............. Lt. Green
Julie Sommars ........... Carole Burrell
Also Starring:
Barry Morse .............. Lt. Gerard (credited but only appears in opening titles)
With:
Paul Bryar ................. Sgt. McKay
Jeff Burton ................. Berger
Tony Face .................. Benny
Kyle Johnson ............. Chuck
Synopsis:
Kimble accepts a position as a boys-club custodian, but his new boss
turns out to be a former police officer.

3.13 [073] The Fugitive: THE GOOD GUYS AND THE BAD GUYS [verified on film]
14-Dec-1965 ABC Tue
Executive Producer: Quinn Martin / Producer Alan A. Armer /
Assistant to the Executive Producer: Arthur Fellows / Associate Producer George Eckstein
Written by Don Brinkley
Directed by Alexander Singer / Director of Photography: Meredith Nicholson, A.S.C.
Starring:
David Janssen as Dr. Richard Kimble / Kimble's Alias: Bill Watkins
Guest Stars:
Earl Holliman ........... Charley Judd
Collin Wilcox ............ Laura McElvey
Co-Starring:
Bruce Dern ................ Hank
Michael Witney .......... Roy
Erik Holland .............. Wally
Also Starring:
Barry Morse .............. Lt. Gerard (DOES appear)
Synopsis:
Kimble is "arrested" by a deputy for not wearing western dress and is incarcerated
in a mock western jail during a celebration of Pioneer Day.

3.14 [074] The Fugitive: END OF THE LINE [verified on film]
21-Dec-1965 ABC Tue
Executive Producer: Quinn Martin / Producer Alan A. Armer /
Assistant to the Executive Producer: Arthur Fellows / Associate Producer George Eckstein
Written by James Menzies
Directed by William A. Graham / Director of Photography: Meredith Nicholson, A.S.C.
Starring:
David Janssen as Dr. Richard Kimble / Kimble's Alias: Bob Mossman
Guest Stars:
Andrew Prine ........... Neil Hollis
Barbara Dana ........... Betty Jo Unger
Crahan Denton .......... R.T. Unger
Co-Starring:
Richard Rout ............. Glenn
Len Wayland ............. Chief Kress
Also Starring:
Barry Morse .............. Lt. Gerard (credited but only appears in opening titles)
With:
James McCallion ...... Sammy
Eddie Firestone ........ Taxi Driver
James Hong .............. Hee
Jon Lormer ............... Conductor 1
Ted Gehring ............. Truck Driver
Synopsis:
Kimble finds himself aboard a train full of ex-convicts and guards after escaping
a bus heading into the state penitentiary.

3.15 [075] The Fugitive: WHEN THE WIND BLOWS [verified on film]
28-Dec-1965 ABC Tue
Executive Producer: Quinn Martin / Producer Alan A. Armer /
Assistant to the Executive Producer: Arthur Fellows / Associate Producer George Eckstein
Written by Betty Langdon
Directed by Ralph Senensky / Director of Photography: Meredith Nicholson, A.S.C.
Starring:
David Janssen as Dr. Richard Kimble / Kimble's Alias: Jim Maguire
Guest Stars:
Harry Townes ........... Russ Atkinson
Georgann Johnson ..... Lois Carter
Johnny Jensen ............ Kenny Carter (young boy)
Co-Starring:
Larry Ward ................ Steve Jackson
Don Hanmer .............. Jake Wilkins
Also Starring:
Barry Morse .............. Lt. Gerard (credited but only appears in opening titles)
With:
George Brenlin ......... Will
Gregory Mullavy ...... Carl Ritter
E.A. Nicholson ......... Truck Driver
Elmer Modlin ............ Postman
Don Saroyan .............. Officer
Synopsis:
Richard Kimble is being pursued by the police when he seeks refuge working
for a widow with a troubled son. .

3.16 [076] The Fugitive: NOT WITH A WHIMPER [verified on film]
04-Jan-1966 ABC Tue
Executive Producer: Quinn Martin / Producer Alan A. Armer /
Assistant to the Executive Producer: Arthur Fellows / Associate Producer George Eckstein
Written by Norman Lessing
Directed by Alexander Singer / Director of Photography: Meredith Nicholson, A.S.C.
Starring:
David Janssen as Dr. Richard Kimble / Kimble's Alias: Dr. Spaulding
Guest Stars:
Laurence Naismith .... Dr. Andrew McCallister
Audrey Christie ......... Nurse Murdock
Lee Meriwether ........ Willis Hampton
Also Starring:
Barry Morse .............. Lt. Gerard (credited but only appears in opening titles)
With:
Joseph Perry .............. Counterman
Garrison True ............ Sergeant
Marcelle Hebert ........ Teacher
Jimmy Stiles .............. Joey
And:
Jack Dodson .............. Lieutenant
Synopsis:
A visit to his former mentor puts Kimble in the hands of a madman.

3.17 [077] The Fugitive: WIFE KILLER [verified on film]
11-Jan-1966 ABC Tue
Executive Producer: Quinn Martin / Producer Alan A. Armer /
Assistant to the Executive Producer: Arthur Fellows / Associate Producer George Eckstein
Written by Dan Ullman
Directed by Richard Donner / Director of Photography: Meredith Nicholson, A.S.C.
Starring:
David Janssen as Dr. Richard Kimble / Kimble's Alias: None
Guest Stars:
Janice Rule ............... Barbara Webb
Kevin McCarthy ....... Herb Malone
Also Starring:
Barry Morse .............. Lt. Gerard (DOES appear)
With:
Stephen Roberts ........ Chief Blaney
Bill Raisch ................ Fred Johnson (one-armed man)
Lloyd Haynes ............ Ed Warren
Steve Wolfson ........... Reporter
John Luce .................. Reporter
Charles McDaniel ..... Male Nurse
Synopsis:
The one-armed man is caught in a police dragnet.

3.18 [078] The Fugitive: THIS'LL KILL YOU [verified on film]
18-Jan-1966 ABC Tue
Executive Producer: Quinn Martin / Producer Alan A. Armer /
Assistant to the Executive Producer: Arthur Fellows / Associate Producer George Eckstein
Written by George Eckstein
Directed by Alex March / Director of Photography: Meredith Nicholson, A.S.C.
Starring:
David Janssen as Dr. Richard Kimble / Kimble's Alias: Nick Philips
Guest Stars:
Mickey Rooney ......... Charlie Paris
Nita Talbot ................ Paula Jellison
Co-Starring:
Phillip Pine ................ Pete Ragan
Also Starring:
Barry Morse .............. Lt. Gerard (credited but only appears in opening titles)
With:
George Tyne .............. Sgt. Thorpe
Henry Scott ................ Harrison
Naomi Stevens ........... Gypsy
William Wintersole .... Desk Clerk
Allen Joseph .............. Enforcer
Richard Gilden .......... Bracken
Don Ross ................... Driver
Carol Allen ................ Mrs. Belson
Dani Nolan ................ Woman
Synopsis:
A comic-turned-bookmaker (Mickey Rooney) draws Kimble into his illegal scheme.

3.19 [079] The Fugitive: ECHO OF A NIGHTMARE [verified on film]
25-Jan-1966 ABC Tue
Executive Producer: Quinn Martin / Producer Alan A. Armer /
Assistant to the Executive Producer: Arthur Fellows / Associate Producer George Eckstein
Teleplay by John Kneubuhl / Story by Robert Lewin
Directed by James Sheldon / Director of Photography: Meredith Nicholson, A.S.C.
Starring:
David Janssen as Dr. Richard Kimble / Kimble's Alias: Richard Taylor, Auto Parts Salesman
Guest Stars:
Shirley Knight .......... Jane Washburn
Arch Johnson ........... Mitch Jackson
Co-Srarring:
Elizabeth Fraser ....... Millie Jackson
John Lasell ............... Father (Mr. Kramer)
Dennis Joel Oliveri ...... Wes Kramer
Kevin O'Neal ........... Perry Jackson
Also Starring:
Barry Morse .............. Lt. Gerard (credited but only appears in opening titles)
With:
Harry Millard .......... Harry
Paul Lukather ........... Barney
Hugh Sanders ........... Al
Marc Winters ........... Little Boy
And:
Ford Rainey ............. Lt. Wynn
Synopsis:
A beautiful ex-police woman sets her sights on Kimble.

3.20 [080] The Fugitive: STROKE OF GENIUS [verified on film]
01-Feb-1966 ABC Tue
Executive Producer: Quinn Martin / Producer Alan A. Armer /
Assistant to the Executive Producer: Arthur Fellows / Associate Producer George Eckstein
Written by John Kneubuhl
Directed by Robert Butler / Director of Photography: Meredith Nicholson, A.S.C.
Starring:
David Janssen as Dr. Richard Kimble / Kimble's Alias:
Guest Stars:
Telly Savalas ........... Steve Keller (father)
Beau Bridges ........... Gary Keller (son)
Co-Starring:
Malcolm Atterbury ......... Sheriff Bilson
Also Starring:
Barry Morse .............. Lt. Gerard (DOES appear)
With:
Ellen Corby .............. Mrs. Barlow
Gene Iglesias ............ George
Argentina Brunetti .... Mexican Woman
Olan Soule ............... Chet
Martin Priest ............ Guard
Don Eitner ................ Officer
George Savalas ........ Prisoner
Synopsis:
Tragedy strikes when Kimble hitches a ride with a clergymen.

3.21 [081] The Fugitive: SHADOW OF THE SWAN [verified on film]
08-Feb-1966 ABC Tue
Executive Producer: Quinn Martin / Producer Alan A. Armer /
Assistant to the Executive Producer: Arthur Fellows / Associate Producer George Eckstein
Written by Anthony Lawrence
Directed by James Sheldon / Director of Photography: Meredith Nicholson, A.S.C.
Starring:
David Janssen as Dr. Richard Kimble / Kimble's Alias: Paul Keller
Guest Stars:
Joanna Pettet ............ Tina Andreson (daughter)
Andrew Duggan ........ Harry Andreson (father)(ex-cop)
David Sheiner ........... Lt. Lou Jacobs (local police chief)
Don Quine ................. Carny
Also Starring:
Barry Morse .............. Lt. Gerard (credited but only appears in opening titles)
With:
Ken Lynch ................. Concession Owner
Monroe Arnold .......... Doctor Moller
Carole Kane .............. Carny's Wife
Shirley O'Hara ........... Landlady
William Woodson ...... Carnival Barker
Robert Dornan ........... Doctor
Synopsis:
A woman gets Kimble a position in an animal hospital, and then is furious
when he rejects her advances.

3.22 [082] The Fugitive: RUNNING SCARED [verified on film]
22-Feb-1966 ABC Tue
Executive Producer: Quinn Martin / Producer Alan A. Armer /
Assistant to the Executive Producer: Arthur Fellows / Associate Producer George Eckstein
Written by Don Brinkley
Directed by James Sheldon / Director of Photography: Meredith Nicholson, A.S.C.
Starring:
David Janssen as Dr. Richard Kimble / Kimble's Alias:
Guest Stars:
Joanne Linville ......... Harriet Ballinger
Lin McCarthy ............ Len Taft
Jacqueline Scott ........ Donna Kimble Taft (Kimble's sister)
Special Guest Star:
James Daly ............... Michael Ballinger
Co-Starring:
Wright King .............. Joe Penny
Frank Maxwell ......... Sgt. Burns
Also Starring:
Barry Morse .............. Lt. Gerard (DOES appear)
With:
Tommy Alexander .... Bellhop
Ira Barmak ............... Airline Clerk
Arch Whiting ............ Reynolds
Synopsis:
Hearing his father has died, Kimble risks a visit to his sister back home.
Lt. Gerard suspects this and hopes to capture him.

3.23 [083] The Fugitive: THE CHINESE SUNSET [verified on film]
01-Mar-1966 ABC Tue
Executive Producer: Quinn Martin / Producer Alan A. Armer /
Assistant to the Executive Producer: Arthur Fellows / Associate Producer George Eckstein
Written by Leonard Kanter
Directed by James Sheldon / Director of Photography: Meredith Nicholson, A.S.C.
Starring:
David Janssen as Dr. Richard Kimble / Kimble's Alias: Jack Thicket
Guest Star:
Laura Devon ............. Penelope Dufoir
Special Guest Star:
Paul Richards ........... Eddie Slade
Co-Starring:
Ned Glass ................. Sam Vogle
Wayne Rogers ........... Fred Bragin
Sandra Warner .......... Frankie Topps
Also Starring:
Barry Morse .............. Lt. Gerard (credited but only appears in opening titles)
With:
Sheldon Allman ......... Orin
Connie Sawyer .......... Mrs. Ball
Mary Gregory ............ Rita
Karl Held .................. Buddy
Val Avery ................... Gordie
Melville Ruick .......... Woody
Robert Brubaker ........ Cooper
Jhean Burton .............. Waitress
James Oliver .............. Cab Driver
And:
Robert Yuro ................ Saul
Synopsis:
While working at "The Chinese Sunset" motel, Richard Kimble agrees to tutor a
bookie's girlfriend, but the bookie objects

3.24 [084] The Fugitive: ILL WIND [verified on film]
08-Mar-1966 ABC Tue
Executive Producer: Quinn Martin / Producer Alan A. Armer /
Assistant to the Executive Producer: Arthur Fellows / Associate Producer George Eckstein
Written by Al C. Ward
Directed by Joseph Sargent / Director of Photography: Meredith Nicholson, A.S.C.
Starring:
David Janssen as Dr. Richard Kimble / Kimble's Alias: Mike Janssen
Guest Stars:
John McIntire ........... Lester Kelly
Jeanette Nolan .......... Naomi Kelly
Lonny Chapman ........ Jock Sims
Co-Starring:
Tim McIntire ............ Jonesie
Bonnie Beecher ........ Kate
Also Starring:
Barry Morse .............. Lt. Gerard (DOES appear)
With:
Lew Brown ............... Sheriff
Renata Vanni ............. Mrs. Herrera
Mel Gallagher ........... Deputy #1
Silvia Marino ........... Josephine Herrera
Laurence Allen .......... Deputy #2
Synopsis:
Lt. Gerard manages to capture Kimble, who is travelling with a group of migrant workers,
but Gerard gets badly injured in a storm and comes under Kimble's care.

3.25 [085] The Fugitive: WITH STRINGS ATTACHED [verified on film]
15-Mar-1966 ABC Tue
Executive Producer: Quinn Martin / Producer Alan A. Armer /
Assistant to the Executive Producer: Arthur Fellows / Associate Producer George Eckstein
Written by John Kneubuhl
Directed by Leonard Horn / Director of Photography: Meredith Nicholson, A.S.C.
Starring:
David Janssen as Dr. Richard Kimble / Kimble's Alias:
Frank Carter, chauffeur for violinist Geoffrey Martin
Guest Stars:
Donald Pleasence ..... Max Pfeiffer
Carol Rossen ............ Ellen Harned
Rex Thompson .......... Geoffrey Martin
Also Starring:
Barry Morse .............. Lt. Gerard (credited but only appears in opening titles)
With:
Bill Quinn ................. Lyman
Jason Johnson ........... Watchman
Paul Pepper .............. Stage Manager
Jim Raymond ............ Officer
Synopsis:
Kimble becomes embroiled in the scheme of a teenage violin virtuoso.

3.26 [086] The Fugitive: THE WHITE KNIGHT [verified on film]
22-Mar-1966  ABC Tue
Executive Producer: Quinn Martin / Producer Alan A. Armer /
Assistant to the Executive Producer: Arthur Fellows / Associate Producer George Eckstein
Written by Dan Ullman
Directed by Robert Gist / Director of Photography: Meredith Nicholson, A.S.C.
Starring:
David Janssen as Dr. Richard Kimble / Kimble's Alias: Dan Gordon
Guest Stars:
Steven Hill ............... Glenn Madison
Jessica Walter ........... Pat Haynes
James Callahan ......... Russ Haynes
Special Guest Star:
Nancy Wickwire ....... Claire Madison
Co-Starring:
Ted Knight ................ Lieutenant Mooney
Also Starring:
Barry Morse .............. Lt. Gerard (credited but only appears in opening titles)
With:
Robert Do Qui .......... Evers
Peter Marko .............. Dispatcher
Synopsis:
Kimble finds himself in the middle of an ambitious politician's publicity campaign.

3.27 [087] The Fugitive: THE 2130 [verified on film]
29-Mar-1966  ABC Tue
Executive Producer: Quinn Martin / Producer Alan A. Armer /
Assistant to the Executive Producer: Arthur Fellows / Associate Producer George Eckstein
Written by Dan Ullman
Directed by Leonard Horn / Director of Photography: Meredith Nicholson, A.S.C.
Starring:
David Janssen as Dr. Richard Kimble / Kimble's Alias: Jack Davis, chauffeur & Bob Grant
Guest Star:
Melvyn Douglas ....... Dr. Mark Ryder (father)
Co-Starring:
Susan Albert ............. Laurie Ryder (daughter)
Hampton Fancher ...... Homer
William Bramley ...... Tim Oates
June Dayton .............. Millie Oates
Also Starring:
Barry Morse .............. Lt. Gerard (DOES appear)
With:
Don Mitchell ............. Laborer
Harlan Warde ............ Detective
Jason Wingreen ......... Donald Bassett (reporter)
Lillian Adams ............ Store Owner
Clay Tanner ............... 2nd Deputy
Jon Kowal ..................Police Captain
Pat Riley ....................1st Deputy
Peter Canon ................1st Policeman
Stuart Nisbet .............. Richardson
Paul Hahn .................. Officer
Bob Duggan ............... Driver
Kevin Burchett ........... Alan Oates
Mark Russell .............. 2nd Deputy (credit error on film - should be 2nd Policeman)
Synopsis:
A psychiatrist summons Lt. Gerard to help program a computer that could potentially
plan Kimble's capture. The name of the computer "The 2130".

3.28 [088] The Fugitive: A TASTE OF TOMORROW [verified on film]
12-Apr-1966  ABC Tue
Executive Producer: Quinn Martin / Producer Alan A. Armer /
Assistant to the Executive Producer: Arthur Fellows / Associate Producer George Eckstein
Teleplay by John Kneubuhl / Story by Mann Rubin
Directed by Leonard Horn / Director of Photography: Meredith Nicholson, A.S.C.
Starring:
David Janssen as Dr. Richard Kimble / Kimble's Alias: Alan Mitchell
Guest Stars:
Fritz Weaver ............ Joe Tucker
Michael Constantine ..... Ben Wyckoff
Brenda Scott ............ Sarah Tucker
Also Starring:
Barry Morse .............. Lt. Gerard (credited but only appears in opening titles)
With:
Dabbs Greer ............ Charlie Fletcher
Robert Ivers ............. Davr
Mary Jackson .......... Carolyn
Paul Sorensen .......... Shep
Paul Sheriff ............. Officer
Synopsis:
Kimble tries to stop an escaped prisoner from gunning down the man who framed him.

3.29 [089] The Fugitive: IN A PLAIN PAPER WRAPPER [verified on film]
19-Apr-1966  ABC Tue
Executive Producer: Quinn Martin / Producer Alan A. Armer /
Assistant to the Executive Producer: Arthur Fellows / Associate Producer George Eckstein
Teleplay by John Kneubuhl / Story by Jackson Gillis & Glen A.Larson
Directed by Richard Donner / Director of Photography: Meredith Nicholson, A.S.C.
Starring:
David Janssen as Dr. Richard Kimble / Kimble's Alias: Bob Stoddard, bartender
 Guest Stars:
Lois Nettleton .......... Susan Cartwright
Michael Strong ........ Shaw
Kurt Russell ............. Eddie
Pat Cardi .................. Gary Reed
Co-Starring:
Michael Shea ........... Rick
Mark Dymally ......... Joe
Also Starring:
Barry Morse .............. Lt. Gerard (credited but only appears in opening titles)
With:
Arthur Malet ............ Sawnzie
Wolfe Barzell .......... Hoffman
Bing Russell ............ Officer
Kay Riehl ................ Landlady
Synopsis:
The orphaned nephew of Kimble's waitress girlfriend and a group of boys
decide to capture Kimble using a mail-order rifle.

3.30 [090] The Fugitive: CORALEE [verified on film]
26-Apr-1966  ABC Tue
Executive Producer: Quinn Martin / Producer Alan A. Armer /
Assistant to the Executive Producer: Arthur Fellows / Associate Producer George Eckstein
Written by Joy Dexter
Directed by Jerry Hopper / Director of Photography: Meredith Nicholson, A.S.C.
Starring:
David Janssen as Dr. Richard Kimble / Kimble's Alias: Tony Carter, working on diver's barge
Guest Stars|:
Murray Hamilton ..... Joe Steelman
Antoinette Bower .... Coralee Reynolds
Patricia Smith .......... Lucille Steelman
Co-Starring:
Joe Maross .............. Milt Carr
James Frawley ........ Pete
Also Starring:
Barry Morse .............. Lt. Gerard (credited but only appears in opening titles)
With:
Dabney Coleman ..... George Graham
Rusty Lane ............... Frank Reynolds
Harry Ellerbe ........... Minister
Peter Madsen ........... Policeman
Synopsis:
The brother-in-law of a diver who died in an accident accuses a waitress
of jinxing the man so that he would be unlucky

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