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  • It shows that he's doing all he can but in the end, he just has to find that hard-to-find one-armed man

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      The second season of The Fugitive began with a show entitled Man in a Chariot. It’s a powerful show that guest starred Ed Begley as a law professor with a huge chip on his shoulder, stemming from an accident that has left him in a wheelchair. Begley is a loud mouthpiece, though, and he believes in

      the law. He claims on a TV show that Kimball sees that he could get new trials and acquittals for several famous cases, including the Kimball case.

      Intrigued and hopeful, Kimball contacts the professor and sets in motion a quest to see if he might really have a chance for a new trial and to be acquitted as ...


      • a result.

        Robert Drivas has a great role as a law student who takes part in the student mock trial. He gets a glimpse of Kimball and becomes an ally since he believes Kimball is innocent.

        What The Fugitive: Man in a Chariot does for the start of a new season is solidify why Kimball has to keep on

        running. It shows that he’s doing all he can but in the end, he just has to find that hard-to-find one-armed man.

        David Janssen turns in another great performance as the doctor on the run, and Begley is a big puff of wind that does a very nice job. It’s a good start to the season two.




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