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The Fugitive

Author : J. M. Dillard
ISBN : 0582417937
Genre : Children's stories, English
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A one-armed man kills Dr Richard Kimble's wife, but the police believe Kimble killed her and arrest him. Kimble escapes and goes searching for the real killer, but Detective Gerard is hunting Kimble and wants him dead or alive.
Category: Children's stories, English

Following The Fugitive

Author : Bill Deane
ISBN : 9781476607566
Genre : Performing Arts
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The Fugitive made its debut on ABC on September 17, 1963. Over the next four seasons, the show enjoyed enormous commercial and critical success. Millions of fans followed the heroic exploits of Dr. Richard Kimble (David Janssen) as he eluded police lieutenant Philip Gerard (Barry Morse) and doggedly pursued the killer of his wife, the notorious one-armed man. The four-year television run was a commercial and critical success and the 1993 movie of the same name sparked renewed interest in the show. The coverage is episode-by-episode: title, cast lists, director, writer, original airdate, and a comprehensive plot synopsis.
Category: Performing Arts

The Official Fan S Guide To The Fugitive

Author : Mel Proctor
ISBN : 1440179220
Genre : Performing Arts
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THE OFFICIAL FAN'S GUIDE TO THE FUGITIVE Here we go again! After three decades, Dr. Richard Kimble is still on the run! THE OFFICIAL FAN'S GUIDE TO THE FUGITIVE allows the reader to relive the magic that made The Fugitive one of the most popular television series in history. Each week millions of viewers tuned into to watch Dr. Richard Kimble attempt to locate the murderous one-armed man while still dodging the relentless pursuit of Lieutenant Gerard. Mel Proctor's detailed account of the history of The Fugitive, takes the reader on a nostalgic trip. The book includes: Roy Huggins' original treatment for the show, script development of all 120 episodes, behind the scenes tales about the show and its cast, and many anecdotes, interviews and gossip. It is the only book to carry a full endorsement by Worldvision, the owners of the TV show, by providing great vintage photos of David Janssen, Barry Morse and familiar faces of guest stars. Few episodes in popular culture are as fascinating as the hold The Fugitive had on the American public. Mel Proctor's look back illuminates those days, and today. George F. Will, political columnist and television commentator Proctor writes with clarity and shows the importance of this program as more than just a weekly action tale. For Fugitive buffs & more Enjoy, Enjoy! Larry King, television and radio celebrity This rich and informative history of The Fugitive will be a matchless treasure to Fugitive fans and an enormous pleasure to people who just like to read a remarkably entertaining book. Roy Huggins, creator of The Fugitive The book's a cornucopia of first-time facts, gossip and colorful, behind-the-scenes details about The Fugitive and its remarkable place in television history. I loved it! Alan A. Armer, producer of The Fugitive If Lieutenant Gerard was half as thorough as Mr. Proctor, Richard Kimble would have been back behind bars years ago. Ken Levine, television writer of M*A*S*H* and Frasier
Category: Performing Arts

The Fugitive In Flight

Author : Stanley Fish
ISBN : 9780812242775
Genre : Performing Arts
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"In the 1990s when I was watching reruns of The Fugitive on the Arts and Entertainment Network twice a day, I couldn't take my eyes off it. . . . No one in The Fugitive ever relaxes as you watch and you can't relax either, even though for long stretches absolutely nothing happens. It was the combination of nonstop tension with the (relative) absence of slam-bang action that attracted me, and as I now reflect on it, the same combination characterizes the literary works I have been reading and writing about for more than forty-five years."—Stanley Fish, from the Introduction In the stark television drama The Fugitive, Dr. Richard Kimble, an innocent man convicted of murder, is on the run from the police and in pursuit of the real killer. The award-winning show, which aired on ABC from 1963 to 1967 and inspired a 1993 blockbuster movie, still has many devoted fans, none more passionate than literary and legal theorist and intellectual provocateur Stanley Fish. In The Fugitive in Flight, Fish examines the moral structure of the long-running series and explains why he thinks this may well be the greatest show ever aired on American network television. Analyzing key episodes, The Fugitive in Flight goes beyond plot summaries and behind-the-scenes stories. For Fish, the real action of The Fugitive takes place in confined spaces where the men and women Richard Kimble encounters are forced to choose what kind of person they will be for the rest of their lives. Kimble is the catalyst of such choices and changes, but he himself never changes. Breaking free from the political and social problems of his time, he is always the bearer and exemplar of the very middle-class values informing the system that has misjudged him. Kimble is the perfect representative of a mid-twentieth-century liberalism that values above all independence, personal integrity, and the refusal to surrender oneself to obsessions or causes. He is so consistently faithful to his liberal vision of life that he displays both its virtues and its dark side, the side that flees attachments, entanglements, responsibilities, and human connections. Stanley Fish's Richard Kimble is the ultimate man in a gray flannel suit, even when he is wearing a windbreaker and walking down a dark, lonely road.
Category: Performing Arts

The Fugitive King

Author : Elizabeth Rice Handford
ISBN : 087398269X
Genre : Bible
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Category: Bible

Millie And The Fugitive

Author : Liz Ireland
ISBN : 9781459275409
Genre : Fiction
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The long arm of the law couldn't stretch far enough to catch Sam Winter. But a pair of shapely legs attached to a Texas heiress had stopped him in his tracks. And the last thing he needed was sassy Millie Lively with outrageous notions about "helping" him escape! But the participants in this escapade soon realized they had been captured…. LOVE ON THE RUN!
Category: Fiction

The Fugitive

Author : David Pierson
ISBN : 0814336108
Genre : Performing Arts
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A social, cultural, historical, and institutional analysis of the classic original series The Fugitive.
Category: Performing Arts

The Fugitive

Author : John Grane
ISBN : UCAL:$B165191
Genre : Jews
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Category: Jews

The Fugitive S Properties

Author : Stephen M. Best
ISBN : 0226241114
Genre : Literary Criticism
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In this study of literature and law before and since the Civil War, Stephen M. Best shows how American conceptions of slavery, property, and the idea of the fugitive were profoundly interconnected. The Fugitive's Properties uncovers a poetics of intangible, personified property emerging out of antebellum laws, circulating through key nineteenth-century works of literature, and informing cultural forms such as blackface minstrelsy and early race films. Best also argues that legal principles dealing with fugitives and indebted persons provided a sophisticated precursor to intellectual property law as it dealt with rights in appearance, expression, and other abstract aspects of personhood. In this conception of property as fleeting, indeed fugitive, American law preserved for much of the rest of the century slavery's most pressing legal imperative: the production of personhood as a market commodity. By revealing the paradoxes of this relationship between fugitive slave law and intellectual property law, Best helps us to understand how race achieved much of its force in the American cultural imagination. A work of ambitious scope and compelling cross-connections, The Fugitive's Properties sets new agendas for scholars of American literature and legal culture.
Category: Literary Criticism