The Fugitive

Wife Killer - S3-E17

Factual error: The Baker City Herald's office door misspells the word "personnel" with a sign reading, "Authorized Personel Only." Pretty poor editing for a newspaper office.

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Never Stop Running - S1-E26

Factual error: This is the only episode in which we see Kimble hotwire and steal a car. But he does it in seconds (two whole decades before MacGyver), with nothing but a foil cigarette package liner. Not likely. He'd need a screw driver or pocket knife, at the very least.

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Storm Center - S1-E28

Factual error: Harry falls overboard from the boat's port side. Kimble sees this happen, yet in the next shot, he runs to the starboard side to look for some sign of Harry in the water.

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Show generally

Factual error: The train transporting Kimble to the death house in the very first scene is a modern American train, but the cars during the derailing appear to be from the 1800's, then the wrecked cars have French writing describing the rail line.

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The White Knight - S3-E26

Factual error: Madison's 1966 Lincoln Continental is equipped with a car phone, a luxury that, in the 1960s, required a very large external antenna. Somehow, though, Madison's phone works without one.

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In a Plain Paper Wrapper - S3-E29

Factual error: Even though it's Sunday, Gary is somehow able to pick up a package at the post office, which is open when it shouldn't be.

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In flashback, we see the one-armed man kill Helen Kimble by striking her with a heavy lamp. All through the earlier seasons, though, we were repeatedly told that Helen had been strangled.

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This was the first US TV series ever to resolve its story line and air a definitive ending, despite network objections that doing so could harm its syndication revenue. The 2-hour finale, "The Judgment," garnered the highest TV ratings ever up to that time, a record it held for many years afterward.

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