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Dr. Richard Kimble is accused to be the murder of his wife. The night before his execution, he escapes. The only chance to prove his innocence is to find the man who killed hi wife. Kimble, persecuted by the Lt. Gerard, risks his life several times when he shows his identity to help other people out of trouble.


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  • Actors: David Janssen, Barry Morse, William Conrad, Bill Raisch
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Black & White, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 4
  • Rated: NR (Not Rated)
  • Studio: Paramount
  • DVD Release Date: December 8, 2009
  • Run Time: 772 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (54 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B002OID508
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #28,428 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
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66 of 80 people found the following review helpful By Robert Dahl on December 8, 2009
The music in Season 3 Volume 2 seems to be a mixed bag. Some episodes are nearly free of the awful Heyes replacement music, while others have much more.

NOT WITH A WHIMPER has quite a bit of Heyes replacement music. I noted soft Heyes cues at 18:00, 25:52, 29:32, and loud Heyes at 18:21, 28:40, 36:10. But I gave up taking notes in Act 4 when my hand started to cramp from jotting down all of the Heyes cues that I heard.

WIFE KILLER is a pleasant surprise. Yes, there are a few Heyes cues, but just a few. Overall, this episode's original music is mostly intact. I wonder if we'll ever get an explanation from CBS as to how one episode can be awash in Heyes, while the next is almost Heyes-free? Go figure.

THIS'LL KILL YOU lands somewhere in the middle. It's about 50% original and 50% Heyes. The more prominent Heyes cues are at 15:29, 29:32, 35:25, 42:15, and the one at 47:07 was so loud that it nearly blasted me out of my chair. Most of the too-loud Heyes cues are in Act 4.

ECHO OF A NIGHTMARE has a handful of Heyes cues. The ones that are noticeable are at 0:08 (in the teaser?!), 11:09, 17:11, 28:19, 35:02, 36:18, 43:19, and 47:09. But there are several more that are softer and blend so well that you don't notice them at first. Even though this episode has a fair amount of Heyes, it feels more like an original episode since so much of the Heyes is well-blended. Oddly, even though the music in the episode's teaser has been replaced by a Heyes cue, the identical scene in the episode (from which the teaser is lifted) has the original music! You can thank the roomful of monkeys in CBS' Audio Department for this gaffe.

STROKE OF GENIUS is almost completely untouched. The only Heyes cue that I noticed is at 4:08.
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32 of 38 people found the following review helpful By C. J. Celebrezze on February 19, 2010
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This is the first time I've written a review of DVDs for Amazon that I can recall and probably never will again. But I have to express my opinion on the controversy of replacement music for the classic series "The Fugitive".

I've watched this show since it aired in 1963. I've seen all the episodes dozens of times over the years. For those of you who don't care if the music has changed, good for you. You are seeing the best TV show ever broadcast. Enjoy it. The pictures are beautiful and the episodes superbly produced, written, directed and acted. Simply the best.

However, for those of us who watched many times, the "new" music is unacceptable. It's the same as listening to "new" rerecordings of the music of the 50s and 60s that I cherish. It's not what I remember and love and I don't enjoy it. It's that simple. I have pre-ordered all six volumes so far. But for Season Four I will wait till the reviews come in before purchasing any more. I'll just watch the Super Beta 1 tapes I made 20 years ago transferred to DVD.

C.J. Celebrezze
N. Royalton OH
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"THE FUGITIVE: SEASON THREE, VOLUME TWO" arrived on DVD from CBS/Paramount on December 8, 2009, just six weeks after the first half of Season 3 was released.

This 4-Disc set contains a great selection of episodes from what is (in my opinion) the very best television drama series that ever aired on American TV screens: "The Fugitive", starring David Janssen as falsely-convicted Dr. Richard Kimble and co-starring London-born actor Barry Morse, who seemingly was born to play the part of Kimble's chief adversary, Indiana Police Lieutenant Philip Gerard.

When I first received this volume and started looking over the episode descriptions on the inside cover of the DVD case, I kept saying to myself over and over: "Oh, that's right, THAT great episode is included in this set too! Excellent!" (or something similar to those thoughts anyway).

And while I consider myself to be a (very) big fan of "The Fugitive" and also fairly well-schooled in the episodes and their themes, etc., I will readily acknowledge that I'm not as much of an "expert" on this brilliant TV series as some other people I have encountered on the Internet, which is probably why I was making the above-mentioned comments to myself as I perused the episode list for this second volume of Season #3. I had simply not remembered that so many truly good episodes of this series would be occupying this DVD collection.

By "truly good episodes", I'm talking about the following "Fugitive" shows, which rank among my own personal favorites from this DVD volume (or from any season of "The Fugitive", for that matter):

>> "Wife Killer", co-starring Bill Raisch as the elusive one-armed man.
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17 of 22 people found the following review helpful By John L. Kinser on January 1, 2010
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The Fugitive Season Three Volume Two
On December 8th, CBS/Paramount released the second part of season three of the greatest TV series ever made: The Fugitive!
Paramount/CBS states they put classic TV on a pedestal. When they released The Fugitive Season One Volume One and Two, they released it with pedestal treatment. The first season sets of The Fugitive gave fans what they wanted and what this classic show deserved: a night of broadcast release with all of 99.9% of its original music intact. Sadly, the Season Two Volumes of The Fugitive is where CBS/Paramount showed that unless it is "Star Trek" or "Lucy" related, there is no pedestal treatment: only a back seat view.
With the release of Season Three, Fugitive fans were given hope that maybe CBS/Paramount would not make the blunder they did with the release of Season Two (which had much of the original back score music replaced) and would return to the format of Season One. The release of The Fugitive Season Three Volume One, it appeared, that CBS/Paramount at least tried to return to the Season One format. Much of the original music was retained. And for the music they did replace, the replacement music at least sounded somewhat to the original tone. But with the release of Season Three Volume Two, CBS/Paramount once again told the Fugitive fans that The Fugitive was a show that did not deserve pedestal treatment.
With Volume Two, quite a bit of the original music is gone. And the replacement music went back to the format of Season Two which is way too loud and takes away from the feel of the show and sounds like something your neighborhood kid would do on a $20.00 cheap keyboard in the garage.
I know that for the most part, there are two camps on this battle front. One camp who says "who cares about the music?
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I agree with Mr. Rubi on this now .... I am sick and tired of this lousy company stringing the public along on this dvd release .... Enough is enough .... I know August is not even half over yet but this is simply foolish .... Release the damn news already .... Im tired of waiting .... Keep your... Read More
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The Fugitive Season 4 Volume 1?
I have no idea. It should be sometime this year. The first place to look would be TVShowsonDVD.com (http://www.tvshowsondvd.com/shows/Fugitive/1806 ). You can set up a notification and you will know instantly when the information becomes available.
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Stay calm
I sure hope you're right, Phil.
Jan 2, 2010 by Robert Dahl |  See all 2 posts
To those who have complained about Fugitive music.
A number of incredibly asinine statements have been made by those posters on this forum attempting to excuse CBS/Paramount for its acts of vandalism and consumer fraud; but this one takes the cake.
Yes, of course the reprehensible acts of the Paramount executives in regards to this release do... Read More
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12 o'clock high
I would like to determine if there were unaired episodes of 12 O'Clock High that still exist. ABC rather abruptly cancelled the series after the 1/13/67 showing of seas. 3, ep. 17. I do not know if they had shutdown production in advance of the cancellation announcement. Seems to me there... Read More
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