Creator: Roy Huggins.
Dr. Richard Kimble (David Jensen) is accused as the murderer of his wife. He is tried and convicted. He escapes, and the only chance to prove his innocence is to find out who kill his wife. Kimble, pursued by Lt. Gerard, (Barry Morse) risk his life several times when he help people and has to reveal his identity.
I was hooked on that one from the beginning. I saw that one on the reruns in the 70’s. 51 years later it is a great series still. Janssen and Morse humanism the character and made them even so compelling that audiences. The first 3 seasons the show was shot in black and white the last season it was in color they should left it in black and white and i think the audience became emotionally drained with this series. Even 4 years it’s a good run. Of course there were an arrays of guess actors that came on the show. The last episode of the show was dawned in 2 hours and was the biggest event on television back then. Barry Morse said one time that he was in a London restaurant when a waiter handed him a note. It read, “Kimble is in the kitchen.” It is commonly given that this show was based on the ‘s murder case of Samuel Holmes Sheppard 1954.