The Fugitive

The Last Oasis - S4-E1

Revealing mistake: During the race through the desert in Annie's Jeep, the rear-screen projection couldn't be more obvious. In the supposedly speeding vehicle, Annie's hair is blowing slightly, but Kimble's never moves at all.

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Jean G

The Judgment (2) - S4-E29

Revealing mistake: The last scenes of the grand finale/climax occur in an abandoned amusement park that's supposed to be in inland Indiana. But several shots with the Pacific Ocean "lurking" in the background (despite the cameraman's best efforts to hide or avoid it), as well as palm trees, and ocean sounds intruding on the soundtrack, reveal that the actual shooting location was in Southern California.

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Jean G

The Last Oasis - S4-E1

Revealing mistake: Within hours of being shot in the leg and having the bullet dug out without anesthetic (unless a slug of whiskey counts), Kimble is not even limping.

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Jean G

Right in the Middle of the Season - S4-E11

Revealing mistake: When Kimble exits the police station and closes the door, the set wall wobbles.

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Jean G

Death Is the Door Prize - S4-E2

Revealing mistake: Marcia demonstrates an early home video recorder at the trade show. Her camera set-up should record her test subjects from a lefthand angle. But her tapes show them all from a righthand angle - the position of the actual studio camera.

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Jean G

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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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