The Fugitive/Wine Is a Traitor

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Wine Is a Traitor
Season 4, Episode 8
Airdate November 1, 1966
Production Number 408
Written by Arthur Dales
Directed by Gerd Oswald
Produced by Wilton Schiller
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Wine Is a Traitor is the eighth episode of the fourth season of The Fugitive, and the ninety-eighth episode overall.

Starring: David Janssen (The Fugitive)

Guest Stars: Roy Thinnes (Carl), Pilar Seurat (Elena)

Special Guest Star: James Gregory (Pete)

Co-Starring: Carlos Romero (Morales), Richard O'Brien (Sheriff), Dabbs Greer (Thomas), Robert Wilke (Johnny), Warren Kemmerling (Nick)

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

with Rodolfo Acosta (Mexican #1), Victor Millan (Mexican #2), Roy Jenson (Deputy), Chet Stratton (Guide), Grandon Rhodes (Physician), Jason Johnson (Mann), Martin Garralaga (Felipe), William Challe (Jim), Arch Whiting (2nd Deputy)

Contents

Plot Overview

In migrant grape-picking country in California, a sniper takes out a worker who was planning to lead a strike of the other workers, and Kimble is the only witness who can prove that a fellow worker didn't fire the fatal shot.

Notes

Arc Advancement

Happenings

Characters

Referbacks

Trivia

The Show

Behind the Scenes

Allusions and References

Memorable Moments

Quotes