The Fugitive

Wife Killer - S3-E17

Continuity mistake: Barbara searches the one-armed man's wallet. We see an insert shot of two cards, both with the signature "Fred Johnson." But in the next moment, she claims that no two of the IDs are the same before saying, "Oh, wait, here are two." She then "finds" the cards she'd already found in the earlier shot. (00:18:00)

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Ill Wind - S3-E24

Continuity mistake: Kimble and Gerard are sitting on the ground, handcuffed together. But without unlocking the restraints, Gerard stands up while Kimble remains seated, and moves several feet away, no longer linked to his prisoner. When he sits down, though, they're suddenly cuffed to each other again. (00:21:20)

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Running Scared - S3-E22

Continuity mistake: The prosecutor at Kimble's trial is said here to have been Mike Ballinger. But in the earlier "Girl From Little Egypt," the prosecutor's name was Lester Rand. (00:06:50)

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Landscape with Running Figures (1) - S3-E9

Continuity mistake: Here, Gerard's wife (and he had only one) is a brunette named Marie. In "May God Have Mercy," she was a blonde named Ann. (00:10:00)

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