The Fugitive/The Savage Street

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The Savage Street
Season 4, Episode 24
Airdate March 14, 1967
Production Number 424
Teleplay by Jeri Emmett and
Mario Alcalde
Story by Mario Alcalde
Directed by Gerald Mayer
Produced by Wilton Schiller
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The Savage Street is the twenty-fourth episode of the fourth season of The Fugitive, and the one hundred fourteenth episode overall.

Starring: David Janssen (The Fugitive)

Guest Stars: Gilbert Roland (Jose Anza), Michael Ansara (Miguel Anza), Tom Nardini (Jimmy Anza)

Co-Starring: Miriam Colon (Mercedes Anza), David Macklin (Banks), Ross Hagen (Harry Benton), Barney Phillips (Sgt. Harrigon)

Also Starring: Barry Morse (Lt. Gerard) (credit only)

with Kevin Coughlin (Cotton), Bobby Diamond (Ollie), Frank Puglia (Compadre), Ralph Montgomery (Policeman)

Contents

Plot Overview

Staying with an immigrant violin maker and his young son, Kimble protects the boy from an attack by a street gang, and in a bit of irony, the gang offers Kimble his only hope of escape when things start to get hot.

Notes

Arc Advancement

Happenings

Characters

Referbacks

Trivia

The Show

Behind the Scenes

Allusions and References

Memorable Moments

Quotes