The Fugitive/A Clean and Quiet Town

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A Clean and Quiet Town
Season 4, Episode 3
Airdate September 27, 1966
Production Number 403
Written by Howard Browne
Directed by Mark Rydell
Produced by Wilton Schiller
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A Clean and Quiet Town is the third episode of the fourth season of The Fugitive, and the ninety-third episode overall.

Starring: David Janssen (The Fugitive)

Guest Stars: Carol Rossen (Cora), Michael Strong (Enright)

Co-Starring: Bill Bramley (Lynch)

Also Starring: Barry Morse (Lt. Gerard) (credit only)

with Bill Raisch (Cramer), George Brenlin (Cab Driver), Peter Brocco (Dry Cleaning Man), Susan Davis (Miss Moretti), Ted Gehring (Sergeant), Alan Emerson (Hamp), Lloyd Haynes (Officer), Robert Karnes (Chief Abbott), Orville Sherman (Hotel Clerk), Ed Deemer (Ralph)

and Eduardo Cianelli (Luchek)

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Plot Overview

In a small Kentucky town, Kimble gets into a knockdown, drag-out fight with Fred Johnson, the one-armed man, and takes him to the nearest police station...but instead of taking the man into custody, the cops physically attack Kimble and warn him to leave town. Johnson turns out to be the owner of the town!

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