The Fugitive: Season 2, Vol. 2
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Dr. Richard Kimble is accused of 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 his 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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The Fugitive 1963. The REAL Pilot Episode. A condensed version. Plus Stills.
Watch this movie on TV via HDMI on your laptop. it's brilliant.
Apologies for poor quality.
Here we go!
I watched the REAL Pilot Episode the week before Fear In A Desert City was first aired in 1963! (I was 22 years old at the time).
I swear to God this is true. I am not lying. Why would I? What would be the point in doing so?
I have joined and edited segments together(14 minutes in total) in their correct order to make a proper movie showing the truth regarding this matter.
(Who's a clever boy, then?).
These segments were taken from The Girl From Little Egypt. Season 1. Episode 14.
These segments themselves were taken from The REAL Pilot Episode and should very much suggest to you that there was, indeed, an earlier story in existence.
Assume, as everybody does, this REAL Pilot Episode doesn't exist.
It's taken until Episode 14 to find out ANYTHING about Kimble's life before his wife was murdered!
Hey! Thanks a lot, QM Productions!
We find out NOW that his wife's name was Helen!
We find out NOW that his son was stillborn!
We find out NOW that his wife had started drinking!
We find out NOW that they had started having arguments about adoption!
All this has taken 14 Episodes before we find this out!
This Episode or a similar storyline would have been much better to have started the Series with, wouldn't it?
What on earth was the matter with you lot at Q M Productions?
Well, nothing. Nothing at all!
They did a great job with this! The true fact being that this Pilot Episode went missing!
There are two crucial points here.
a) Q M Productions were not aware that this Episode was never included in the Series after they sold it.
b) CBS Paramount were never aware that it ever existed in the first place.
This old tape is still languishing in an old film can in the Archives /Basement of a TV Network Station or a collectors shed/outhouse or attic somewhere.
CBS Paramount you are sitting on a goldmine here.
Find this Episode and re-issue Season 1 volume 1 as a Special Edition with the Wanted Poster as the artwork. (Tug of War. Season 2. Vol 1. Episode 7).
Please Do NOT print anything fancy about finding this Episode on the front cover artwork!
Either print it on the back or just put it on your Product information regarding 'Special Edition'.
Think of what the customer would like to look at on the cover and NOT just yourselves trying to drum up sales!
That won't be needed, I assure you.
Also please don't do this Manufactured DVD-R on demand cheap rubbish. Quality DVD please.
Be proud of yourselves.
Please re-issue the whole Series as Region Free for those living in the United Kingdom and elsewhere. You are absolutely no help at all with this at the present time, are you?
Now THAT would drum up your sales!
So come on and hunt him down.
He is a fugitive, after all !
Len the twerp.
Volume Two proved to be almost as bad as far as the replacement music is concerned.
Since then, I've dug out my old A&E Network Fugitive VCR recordings from the early '90s. They're a much more enjoyable way to see the series without having to be periodically jarred by out-of-place music. Obviously, I've given up buying anymore of this CBS reissue. They've made a complete mess out of this series.
So I had assumed that Season 2, Vol. 2 would end up the way it is, since the composers that CBS hired had obviously re-scored the entire season before-hand, and CBS would simply sprinkle back in a few original cues for each episode, just enough to appease caring fans and quiet the complaints (IT DIDN'T WORK!!), while keeping the costs of restoring all of the original cues to a minimum, for MASS distribution of the DVDs.
However, Season 3 Vol. 1 is scheduled for release on October 27, 2009, and all I can say to CBS is: DON'T MESS WITH THE ORIGINAL CUES, IF YOU DON'T WANT TO LOSE ANY MORE BUSINESS!!