The Fugitive/Dossier on a Diplomat

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Dossier on a Diplomat
Season 4, Episode 26
Airdate March 28, 1967
Production Number 426
Written by teleplay
J.T. Gollard
Jeri Emmett
story
J.T. Gollard
Directed by Gerald Mayer
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Guest Stars: Ivan Dixon (Ambassador Unawa), Diana Sands (Davala Unawa)

Special Guest Star: Diana Hyland (Alison)

Co-Starring: Lloyd Gough (Hobart)

With: Marlowe Jensen (2nd Detective), Vince Howard (Policeman), K.L. Smith (Cabbie), William Hudson (Detective), Jonathan Hawke (Police Lieutenant)

Contents

Plot Overview

In Washington, D.C. to meet with a lawyer who could help him, Kimble saves a very important man, a diplomat, from what could have been a serious fall, and takes him up on his offer of sanctuary at his Embassy. The diplomat's wife sees an opportunity to strengthen international relations between her country and the U.S. and phones Gerard.

Notes

Trivia

Memorable Moments

One great scene features Kimble standing behind the roth iron door of the Embassy, which looks like a jail cell door, and a scowling Gerard on the other side of the door.

Quotes