The Fugitive

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This book, an offshoot of the Yahoo discussion group, The-Fugitive-Views-And-Reviews is a compilation of reviews and general commentary that have appeared at that group site since its inception in October 2003.

It has been more than four decades since Dr. Richard Kimble was falsely convicted of murdering his wife. The classic ABC television series, "The Fugitive" which ran four seasons, from 1963 to 1967, chronicled his exploits as he escaped, ...

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Overview

This book, an offshoot of the Yahoo discussion group, The-Fugitive-Views-And-Reviews is a compilation of reviews and general commentary that have appeared at that group site since its inception in October 2003.

It has been more than four decades since Dr. Richard Kimble was falsely convicted of murdering his wife. The classic ABC television series, "The Fugitive" which ran four seasons, from 1963 to 1967, chronicled his exploits as he escaped, and then roamed the country in search of a one-armed man he believed actually committed the crime.

Nearly forty years after Richard Kimble finally proved his innocence in a memorable finale that was the most highly rated TV episode up to that time, people are still discussing and analyzing this series.

A 1993 feature film, a 2000/2001 reprise of the series on CBS, countless books, articles, websites, discussion groups and beginning in January 2006, an interactive internet radio program, have proven the durability of this brilliant concept.

This unique book is intended as an easy to read quick reference guide for Fugitive fans the world over. Containing in depth reviews, written by co-moderators Kitty and Bobbynear of the Yahoo group, The-Fugitive-Views-And-Reviews, and long time group member and creator of this print version, Ken Ardizzone, each episode is presented in the order that it originally aired on TV.

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  • ISBN-13: 9781600470325
  • Publisher: Wasteland Press
  • Publication date: 6/27/2006
  • Pages: 240
  • Product dimensions: 9.00 (w) x 6.00 (h) x 0.55 (d)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 9, 2006

    The Fugitive Views and reviews

    It has been more than four decades since Dr. Richard Kimble was falsely convicted of murdering his wife. The classic ABC television series, 'The Fugitive' which ran four seasons, from 1963 to 1967, chronicled his exploits as he escaped, and then roamed the country in search of a one-armed man he believed actually committed the crime. Nearly forty years after Richard Kimble finally proved his innocence in a memorable finale that was the most highly rated TV episode up to that time, people are still discussing and analyzing this series. A 1993 feature film, a 2000/2001 reprise of the series on CBS, countless books, articles, websites, discussion groups and beginning in January 2006, an interactive internet radio program, have proven the durability of this brilliant concept. This unique book is intended as an easy to read quick reference guide for Fugitive fans the world over. Containing in depth reviews, written by co-moderators Kitty and Bobbynear of the Yahoo group, The-Fugitive-Views-And-Reviews, and long time group member and creator of this print version, Ken Ardizzone, each episode is presented in the order that it originally aired on TV. Included are the results of various viewer polls, including ratings for each episode, from (0) totally without merit, to (10) exceptional. Other polls, ranging from favorite male and female guest stars to individual scenes of great suspense and emotion, give group members an opportunity to opine on a wide variety of issues. In volume one, dealing with the first season of 'The Fugitive' you can watch, through the eyes of the group moderators, Richard Kimble's remarkable run for freedom. From the moment he disembarks from a bus in Tucson Arizona, through countless small towns and big cities, and endless menial jobs that are far beneath his abilities, Kimble's search for the one-armed man, while staying one step ahead of the law, is never less than fascinating. A memorable cast of characters, both good and evil and a bevy of beautiful women who serve as love interests, help keep Kimble busy. All while he looks nervously over his shoulder at Philip Gerard, the obsessive police lieutenant determined to bring him back to death row. From such simple beginnings, springs one of television's greatest dramatic series and keeps viewers talking and on the edge of their seats to this day.

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