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Plot[ edit ] The series premise was set up in the opening narration, but the full details about the crime were not offered in the pilot episode; at the time of the pilot, Kimble has been on the run for six months, having exhausted all of his appeals against his death sentence.
While in transit, the train carrying Kimble derails, and Kimble becomes the titular 'fugitive' in an attempt to clear his name.
In the series' first season, the premise heard over footage of Kimble handcuffed to Gerard on a train was summarized in the opening title sequence of the pilot episode as follows: Death Row, state prison. Richard Kimble has been tried and convicted for the murder of his wife.
But laws are made by men, carried out by men, and men are imperfect. Richard Kimble is innocent. Proved guilty, what Richard Kimble could not prove was that moments before discovering his wife's body, he encountered a man running from the vicinity of his home.
A man with one arm. A man who has not yet been found. Richard Kimble ponders his fate as he looks at the world for the last time, and sees only darkness. But in that darkness, fate moves its huge hand. This title sequence was shortened for the remainder of the first season as follows: Proved guilty, what Richard Kimble could not prove was that moments before discovering his murdered wife's body, he saw a one-armed man running from the vicinity of his home.
The main title narration, as read by William Conradwas changed for the first episode of the second season on through the last episode of the series: The Fugitive, a QM Production Richard Kimble, an innocent victim of blind justice.
Falsely convicted for the murder of his wife It was not until episode 14, "The Girl from Little Egypt", that viewers were offered the full details of Richard Kimble's plight. A series of flashbacks reveals the fateful night of Helen Kimble's death, and for the first time offers a glimpse of the "One-Armed Man".
Cast and characters[ edit ] Main cast[ edit ] Dr. Richard Kimble[ edit ] The show's lead, and the only character seen in all episodes, was Dr.
Richard Kimble was a respected pediatrician in the fictional small town of Stafford, Indiana, it was generally known that he and his wife Helen had been having arguments prior to her death. Helen's pregnancy had ended in a stillborn birth of a son, and surgery to save her life had also rendered her infertile.
The couple was devastated, but Helen refused to consider adopting children as Richard wanted. On the night of Helen's murder, the Kimbles had been heard, earlier the same day, arguing heatedly over this topic by their neighbors.
Richard later went out for a drive to cool off; as he was returning home, he nearly struck, with his car, a man with only one arm, who was seen fleeing five blocks away from the house. Richard then found that Helen had been killed.
But no one had seen or heard Richard go out for his drive, or seen him while he was out, and so he was unjustly convicted of Helen's murder and sentenced to death in the electric chair. After the train wreck and his escape from custody, Kimble moves from town to town, always trying to remain unobtrusive and unnoticed as he evades capture and hopes to find the one-armed man.
He adopts many nondescript aliases, toils at low-paying menial jobs i. He then chooses to put his anonymity at risk by aiding a deserving person, usually a woman or child.
A frequent plot device is for someone to discover Kimble's true identity and use it to manipulate him, under the threat of turning him in to the police. Richard Kimble is smart and resourceful, and is usually able to perform well at any job he takes.
He also displays considerable prowess in hand-to-hand combat. In the episode "Nemesis", he distracts, then knocks out, a forest ranger played by Kurt Russell 's father Bingthen quickly unloads the man's rifle to ensure he cannot shoot him if pursued. In the sixth episode, Kimble revealed that he had served as a doctor in the Korean War.
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