The Fugitive (1963–1967)
Feature film is based on this TV show.
Feature film is based on this TV show.
Joe represents Dr. Richard Kimble who is accused as the murderer of his wife, tried and convicted. On his way to be executed, he escapes.
A female version of this TV series.
Mrs. Howell says Mr. Howell is so clever that, if he was the detective, she's sure he would have caught "The Fugitive" by now.
When Laura says that a dog running free will be caught by the dog catcher, Rob mentions that David Jannsen has managed to evade capture.
Hope mentions the series in his opening monologue.
Mentioned by title.
Mentioned by Johnny as he introduces David Janssen
Dr. Akers says he'd like to watch a rerun of the Fugitive so he can root for the One Armed Man.
Jim mentions the murderer of Dr. Kimble's wife.
Mentioned by Laura as a possible guide to the case. Later, when Max gets a job as a security guard, he goes by the name of Mr. Kimble.
ALF: "Like David Janssen in The Fugitive, I will travel the country in a desperate attempt to clear my name by finding the one-armed man."
In the TV station, the name of the show with words "the new" in front of the title is written on the weekly program schedule board.
Crow: "It's 'The Fugitive' meets 'Logan's Run,' with 'Please Don't Eat the Daisies' sprinkled in."
not to be confused with
Tom: "For Richard Kimble, hunted man, there is no rest."
According to the hint book that Roger can buy at Software Excess, the third answer to the question "I can't seem to find the one-armed man anywhere" is "You made it all up, Kimball. Turn yourself in" - referring to Dr. Richard Kimble and the murderer he seeks.
Crow: "The one-armed man is chasing me!"
Joel: "Richard and Mary Kimble, fugitives"
Crow: "Richard Kimble!"
Siskel and Ebert refer to the TV series in the review of the movie remake.
Servo: Green Acres' Hank Kimball is the Fugitive.
Mentioned in dialogue
Title mentioned and opening narration heard.
Crow: Richard Kimbel; man on the run.
"Coleman Francis is Curly Horward in The Fugitive"
Mike: "Jack LaLanne is 'The Fugitive.'"
Upon discovering that Dr. Kimball is a wanted felon, Fran remarks, "Dr. Kimball is a fugitive? What are the odds!?"
Johnnie Cochran mentions a one-armed man during the cold opening
Mike: Regis and Kathie Lee are The Fugitive.
Mike: The Fugi-witch.
Steve says 'Compared to me, the Fugitive had it easy.'
The corporal says, "Just like when they aired the final episode of 'The Fugitive.'"
Mentioned by James Naughton
Comment about proverbial one-armed man.
Mike: "The Fugi-Bat."
the names Kimble and Gerard (who constantly chase each other) are homages to the classic series
Both the movie and the series are mentioned
Jack is a big fan of the series.
Cindy says that the murderer could be a one-armed serial killer.
mentioned in the question.
mentioned in dialogue
Chris refers to David Janssen in the sixties TV series.
Subject of a $1,200 clue in the category "Watching the Detectives"
Ellen says "The Fugitive" is based on this series
Main character and plot mentioned
Kemp introduces himself as Dr. Kimble to the marshal.
Hayes's defense in the case in question is referred to as the "one-armed man" defense.
Maddie calls Jack "the one-armed man,"
Rick says the McDonald's Szechuan sauce is his one armed man.
Tom: "Horatio Sanz is 'The Fugitive.'"
While questioning Roz's husband, Hargreaves makes the sarcastic comment "So, 'it wasn't me, it was the one-armed woman', eh? Is that is?"
Kevin tells Yvette a story about being framed for his wife's murder by a one-armed man.
Rev. Wayne mentions Dr. Richard Kimble.
Danny mentions the series.
Deborah Atlan compares a case she's working on to The Fugitive
Joe Bob discusses the show while talking about the career of writer Larry Cohen.
theme song played, clip shown
shown on a hotel room's TV
The 30th anniversary twin pack is one of their picks.
clips from this show are used in this special
"The Fugitive" is #36.
shows it on the 60s' part
watched on TV
Dr. Richard Kimble gets an honorable mention.
Andrew Klavan briefly talks about the series, in response to a reference made in an episode of "Rick and Morty".
Richard Kimble becomes Wilbur the Wanted; the One-Armed Man, the Bent-Eared Rabbit.
Max is wrongly convicted of a crime committed by a "One-Handed Man" and goes on the run to find him
Dr. Kimble is treating a one-armed fugitive named Mr. Mirkin.
Jane thinks Trent was murdered by a one-armed man
Larry searches for a one-armed man whose misdeeds he's been blamed for