The Fugitive

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The Fugitive is an American drama series created by Roy Huggins. It was produced by QM Productions and United Artists Television. It aired on ABC from September 1963 to August 1967. David Janssen starred as Dr. Richard Kimble, a physician who is... read more

The Fugitive is an American drama series created by Roy Huggins. It was produced by QM Productions and United Artists Television. It aired on ABC from September 1963 to August 1967. David Janssen starred as Dr. Richard Kimble, a physician who is wrongfully convicted of his wife's murder and sentenced to receive the death penalty. En route to death row, Dr. Richard Kimble's train derails over a switch, allowing him to escape and begin a cross-country search for the real killer, a "one-armed man". At the same time, Dr. Kimble is hounded by the authorities, most notably by Police Lieutenant Philip Gerard.

Original Release

09/17/1963 on ABC

Cast

David Janssen Richard Kimble
William Conrad Narrator
Barry Morse Lieutenant Gerard
Dick Wesson Introductory Narrator
Paul Birch Captain Carpenter
Jacqueline Scott Donna Kimble Taft
Bill Raisch Fred Johnson
Eileen Heckart Sister Veronica
Ken Lynch Lt. Craig
Barbara Rush Marie Lindsey Gerard
(see additional cast & crew)
# Title Air Date
1 The Last Oasis Tuesday, 13 September 1966
2 Death Is the Door Prize Tuesday, 20 September 1966
3 A Clean and Quiet Town Tuesday, 27 September 1966
4 The Sharp Edge of Chivalry Tuesday, 04 October 1966
5 Ten Thousand Pieces of Silver Tuesday, 11 October 1966
6 Joshua's Kingdom Tuesday, 18 October 1966
7 Second Sight Tuesday, 25 October 1966
8 Wine Is a Traitor Tuesday, 01 November 1966
9 Approach with Care Tuesday, 15 November 1966
10 Nobody Loses All the Time Tuesday, 22 November 1966
11 Right in the Middle of the Season Tuesday, 29 November 1966
12 The Devil's Disciples Tuesday, 06 December 1966
13 The Blessings of Liberty Tuesday, 20 December 1966
14 The Evil Men Do Tuesday, 27 December 1966
15 Run the Man Down Tuesday, 03 January 1967
16 The Other Side of the Coin Tuesday, 10 January 1967
17 The One That Got Away Tuesday, 17 January 1967
18 Concrete Evidence Tuesday, 24 January 1967
19 The Breaking of the Habit Tuesday, 31 January 1967
20 There Goes the Ball Game Tuesday, 07 February 1967
21 The Ivy Maze Tuesday, 21 February 1967
22 Goodbye My Love Tuesday, 28 February 1967
23 Passage to Helena Tuesday, 07 March 1967
24 The Savage Street Tuesday, 14 March 1967
25 Death of a Very Small Killer Tuesday, 21 March 1967
26 Dossier on a Diplomat Tuesday, 28 March 1967
27 The Walls of Night Tuesday, 04 April 1967
28 The Shattered Silence Tuesday, 11 April 1967
29 The Judgment: Part I Tuesday, 22 August 1967
30 The Judgment: Part II Tuesday, 29 August 1967
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Directors

Jerry Hopper, Walter Grauman, Alexander Singer, James Sheldon, William A. Graham, Robert Butler, Don Medford, John Meredyth Lucas, Gerald Mayer, Ralph Senensky, Abner Biberman, James Goldstone, Christian Nyby, Ida Lupino, Leonard J. Horn, Andrew McCullough, Gerd Oswald, Joseph Sargent, Richard Donner, Lewis Allen, Mark Rydell, John Erman, Robert Ellis Miller, James Neilson, Robert Douglas, Barry Morse, Vincent McEveety, Robert Gist, Leo Penn, Lawrence Dobkin, Sydney Pollack, Richard Benedict, Joseph Pevney, William D. Gordon, Jud Taylor, Murray Golden, Alex March, Sutton Roley, Claudio Guzmán, William Hale, Laslo Benedek, Jesse Hibbs

Writers

Roy Huggins, Harry Kronman, George Eckstein, Daniel B. Ullman, Philip Saltzman, William D. Gordon, Barry Oringer, Jack Turley, Don Brinkley, John Kneubuhl, Stanford Whitmore, Sheldon Stark, Arthur Weiss, Jeri Emmett, Stuart Jerome, Sam Ross, Al C. Ward, Oliver Crawford, Lee Loeb, Richard Levinson, William Link, Anthony Wilson, Norman Lessing, E. Arthur Kean, Robert C. Dennis, Peter Germano, Leonard Kantor, Larry Cohen, Michael Zagor, Jerome T. Gollard, Wilton Schiller, Ralph Goodman, Peter R. Brooke, Robert Pirosh, James Menzies, George Fass, Robert Guy Barrows, John D.F. Black, Chester Krumholz, Lawrence L. Goldman, Joy Dexter, Perry Bleecker, James P. Griffith, Paul Lucey, Francis Gwaltney, Zahrini Machadah, John F. Eastman, Otto King, Betty Langdon, John Hawkins, Barbara Merlin, Milton Merlin, Mario Alcalde, Walter Brough, Steven W. Carabatsos, Mann Rubin, Edward Hume, William Wood, Hank Searls, Robert Dillon, Anthony Lawrence, Howard Dimsdale, Robert Hamner, Barry Trivers, William Bast, Jackson Gillis, Merwin Gerard, Sidney Ellis, Howard Browne, John Meredyth Lucas, Robert Lewin, Glen A. Larson, Jo Heims, Alan Caillou, Fred Freiberger

Creators

Roy Huggins

Cast

David Janssen Richard Kimble
William Conrad Narrator
Barry Morse Lieutenant Gerard
Dick Wesson Introductory Narrator
Paul Birch Captain Carpenter
Jacqueline Scott Donna Kimble Taft
Bill Raisch Fred Johnson
Eileen Heckart Sister Veronica
Ken Lynch Lt. Craig
Barbara Rush Marie Lindsey Gerard
Jud Taylor Sergeant Rainey
Herschel Bernardi Captain Ames
Robert Duvall Eric Christian
Lee Philips Dr. Ray Brooks
Don Ross Policeman
Bill Raisch The One-Armed Man
Bill Raisch Fred Johnson, the One-Armed Man
Diane Baker Jean Carlisle
Diane Brewster Helen Kimble
Susan Oliver Karen Christian

Producers

Editors

Marston Fay, Robert L. Swanson, Walter Hannemann, Jerry Young, James Ballas, Richard Cahoon, Jodie Copelan, John Post, Larry Heath, James E. Newcom

1967 Golden Globe Best TV Show Nominated
1967 Emmy Outstanding Continued Performance by an Actor in a Leading Role in a Dramatic Series Nominated
1966 Golden Globe Best TV Star - Male Won
1966 Emmy Outstanding Dramatic Series Won
1966 Emmy Outstanding Continued Performance by an Actor in a Leading Role in a Dramatic Series Nominated
1966 Emmy Individual Achievements in Cinematography - Cinematography Nominated
1965 Golden Globe Best TV Star - Male Nominated
1964 Emmy Outstanding Continued Performance by an Actor in a Series (Lead) Nominated
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