1965 · Burbank, CA
by Senensky, Ralph (director); Richard Donner (director); Daniel B. Ullman, Roy Huggins (screenwriters); David Janssen, Arthur O'Connell, Sheree North, Kim Darby, Janice Rule, Kevin McCarthy (starring)
Burbank, CA: American Broadcasting Company [ABC], 1965. Revision pages for two episodes of "The Fugitive": "An Apple a Day" (season 3, episode 8, 68th episode of 120), and "Wife Killer" (seen here under its working title, "A Quiet Weekend in the Country," season 3, episode 17, 77th episode of 120). "The Fugitive" (1963-1967) was an American crime-drama series created by Roy Huggins, distributed by ABC and produced by Quinn Martin Productions, starring David Janssen as Richard Kimble, a physician falsely accused of his wife's murder. En route to death row, Kimble manages to escape and begins a cross-country manhunt for the true killer, a one-armed man played by Bill Raisch (who actually had only one arm). The first three seasons were filmed in black-and-white, and the final season in color. From 1963 to 1967, "The Fugitive" ran for a total of 120 episodes. Remade as a television series in 2000, and basis for the 1993 Andrew Davis film starring Harrison Ford as Kimble, and Tommy Lee Jones. In "An Apple a Day," Kimble injures himself and ends up in the care of a natural medicine practitioner, wondering how he can help save another patient who is seriously ill. Pinup model and sometimes-Burlesque dancer Sheree North costars, as well as Kim Darby. In "Wife Killer" ("A Quiet Weekend in the Country"), Kimble and a female reporter capture the One-Armed Man, and attempt to get him to confess to the murder of Kimble's wife. Janice Rule and Kevin McCarthy costar, as well as Raisch as the One-Armed Man. "An Apple a Day": Pink revision noted as FUGITIVE - "An Apple A Day" at the top of each page, dated 7/15/65, Xerographically duplicated, pink stock, with three-hole punches at the left. Green revision noted as FUGITIVE - "An Apple A Day" at the top of each page, dated 7/20/65, Xerographically duplicated, green stock, with three-hole punches at the left. "Wife Killer" ("A Quiet Weekend in the Country"): Noted as FUGITIVE - "A Quiet Weekend in the Country" at the top of each page, dated 9/15/65, Xerographically duplicated, pink stock, with three-hole punches at the left. Light foxing to each set, and paper clips rusted, else Near Fine.
(Inventory #: 133762)