- 1. Come on, Doc.
- 2. - You gotta stay down here.
- 3. Check this out.
- 4. Prints right here.
- 5. Reporting live from the home...
- 6. of Dr. Richard Kimble...
- 7. a prominent surgeon at
Chicago Memorial Hospital.
- 8. Details are sketchy...
- 9. but we know that Dr. Kimble's wife,
Helen, was found murdered tonight.
- 10. Area 6 detectives are bringing
Dr. Kimble out.
- 11. We assume they will take him to
the Area 6 police station...
- 12. where they hope he can shed some
light on what happened tonight.
- 13. As I indicated, she was found
shortly before midnight.
- 14. We know that she made
a 911 call to police...
- 15. indicating that she was
being assaulted by an intruder.
- 16. Details are very sketchy.
- 17. We know that he and his wife Helen...
- 18. were at the Four Seasons Hotel
- 19. at a fundraiser for the
Childrens' Research Fund.
- 20. Rich, remember Cara?
- 21. - Nice to see you.
- Nice to see you.
- 22. Straighten that arm. You'll slice.
- 23. Golf pro teach you that?
- 24. My wife.
- 25. Before I forget...
- 26. thanks for the loaner.
Keys are downstairs.
- 27. - Any gas in it?
- Yes. Enough.
- 28. Alec, Richard Kimble.
- 29. - How are you?
- Dr. Kimble!
- 30. - Guess that works too.
- 31. - Anytime.
- Oh, yeah.
- 32. I think that's a great idea,
getting the guys to try that project.
- 33. Knock it off!
- 34. There's nothing to see here.
Come with me.
- 35. Thank you. I was down to my last joke.
- 36. You look really beautiful tonight.
- 37. Thanks, honey.
- 38. I know you hate these things, but
I love looking at you in a tux.
- 39. I feel I look like a waiter.
- 40. - Hello?
- Dr. Kimble?
- 41. - Yes, it is.
- Sorry to bother you...
- 42. but Dr. Stevens is in
Emergency Surgery and needs your help.
- 43. Call him and say I'll be right there.
- 44. Thank you, doctor.
- 45. Thank you. Good night.
- 46. I'll wait up for you.
- 47. I'll wait up for you.
- 48. Talk to me. What have we here?
- 49. Thanks for coming.
- 50. A 58-year-old. Just pulled
his gallbladder. Bleeding.
- 51. Big time. It's in the liver bed.
- 52. - What are his coags?
- They're all messed up.
- 53. PT's 36 and the rest are off the wall.
- 54. Where is he from?
- 55. Lentz's name is on the chart.
We paged him, but no answer.
- 56. Let me in there. Give me some room.
- 57. Give me a clamp.
- 58. Give me suction.
- 59. Have you been getting
any threats at work?
- 60. Co-workers, hospital staff, anyone?
- 61. - No.
- Anything unusual going on?
- 62. Phone calls, people hanging up?
- 63. People coming to the door?
- 64. Tradespeople?
- 65. Not that I know of.
- 66. Back to that fight you had
with the one-armed man.
- 67. Did it happen upstairs or downstairs?
- 68. Upstairs.
- 69. And he had which?
A right or a left arm?
- 70. With a gimmick on it?
- 71. Right arm.
- 72. Is it one of those with the hooks, or...
- 73. No, he had a cosmetic hand.
- 74. The security system in your house,
it's a pretty good one.
- 75. Anyone else have the coding?
- 76. Our maid.
- 77. She knows the code and has a key.
- 78. Those scratches on your neck...
- 79. did the one-armed guy do that?
- 80. Helen scratched me when I moved her.
- 81. Before or after the fight
with the one-armed guy?
- 82. I told you.
- 83. You own a gun?
- 84. Do you own a gun?
- 85. Yes, we have one in the house.
- 86. It's in your name?
- 87. Yes.
- 88. Where do you usually keep it?
- 89. The one that you own.
- 90. It's in Helen's table.
- 91. Bedside table.
- 92. Do you keep much jewelry in the house?
- 93. His fingerprints are
all over the lamp...
- 94. the gun and the bullets..
- 95. and the good doctor's skin
is under her fingernails.
- 96. Your wife's got the money
in the family, hasn't she?
- 97. Helen comes from a wealthy family, yes.
- 98. Is she insured?
- 99. Yes, she is.
- 100. Who's the beneficiary?
- 101. I am.
- 102. The sole beneficiary?
- 103. Yes.
- 104. Financially, you won't be
hurting after this, will you?
- 105. She was worth a lot of money.
- 106. Are you suggesting
that I killed my wife?
- 107. Are you saying that I crushed
her skull and shot her?
- 108. How dare you!
- 109. When I came home,
a man was in my house.
- 110. I fought with him.
- 111. - The one-armed man.
- He had a mechanical arm.
- 112. - Plastic? Rubber?
- Find this man!
- 113. You find this man!
- 114. How tall?
- 115. He took everything from me.
- 116. Oh, Jesus.
- 117. What did he weigh?
- 118. What color was his hair?
- 119. What color were his eyes?
- 120. We can't help you if you don't help us.
- 121. Book him.
- 122. Ladies and gentlemen of the jury...
- 123. you will hear iron-clad
proof of Richard Kimble's guilt.
- 124. Indisputable scientific evidence...
- 125. that on the night of January 20...
- 126. Richard Kimble did viciously...
- 127. attack...
- 128. and brutally murder his wife.
- 129. You'll hear more than that.
- 130. You will hear a voice from the grave.
- 131. The voice of Helen Kimble
identifying her killer...
- 132. her husband, Richard Kimble.
- 133. Detective Kelly...
- 134. Tell us what you saw at the victim's
home on the night of the murder.
- 135. No forcible entry was found.
- 136. From the beginning of the investigation,
it didn't appear to be a break-in.
- 137. Nothing was missing.
- 138. I'm home.
- 139. Who won the game?
- 140. His prints were on the gun and bullets.
- 141. No other sets were found,
other than the housekeeper's...
- 142. and the deceased's.
- 143. Mrs. Kimble's skull fracture caused
a massive hemorrhage to the brain.
- 144. It took less than 5 minutes
for her to die.
- 145. Your Honor, we'd ask to play Helen
Kimble's 911 emergency call...
- 146. previously identified by
the Chicago Police Dispatcher.
- 147. Emergency 911.
- 148. Please help me.
- 149. What's the problem?
- 150. He's...
- 151. He's still in the house.
- 152. Did I hear you right?
- 153. Someone's in your house?
- 154. He's trying to kill me.
- 155. Could you repeat that?
- 156. Ma'am?
- 157. He's trying to kill me.
- 158. Is your attacker still in the house?
- 159. Richard...
- 160. He's trying to kill me.
- 161. Mr. Kimble...
- 162. having considered all the aggravation
and mitigation in this case...
- 163. and found the offense was brutal
and indicative of wanton cruelty...
- 164. it's this court's judgment that you
be sent to the State penitentiary...
- 165. where you will await
execution by lethal injection...
- 166. on a date to be set forth by
the State Attorney General.
- 167. May God have mercy on your soul.
- 168. - Carlson.
- 169. - Partida.
- 170. - Copeland.
- 171. You be nice now.
- 172. Kimble.
- 173. Yeah.
- 174. Let's go, gentlemen.
- 175. Four prisoners coming out.
- 176. Prisoners coming up.
- 177. Let's go, gentlemen.
- 178. Kimble, you're here.
- 179. Carlson, right over there.
- 180. Partida, up front left.
- 181. Copeland, you're back here with me.
- 182. Make yourselves comfortable.
- 183. You know the routine, gentlemen.
- 184. I'm tired.
- 185. 20 miles from Menard.
- 186. We'll be there in about 40 minutes.
- 187. I'll be glad to get rid of this load.
Let McKenzie care for them.
- 188. I hope he's got something
good to eat there. I'm starving.
- 189. Me, too.
- 190. Had enough prison chow.
- 191. Old Ed, he don't care.
His old lady's got him on a diet.
- 192. Right, Ed?
- 193. Get in here, quick!
- 194. He's getting sick! Move!
- 195. - He's foaming at the mouth.
- We're almost at the prison.
- 196. He's choking!
- 197. Wait!
- 198. Oh, shit!
- 199. Get over here.
You're a doctor, do something!
- 200. Unlock me!
- 201. You'll be okay.
- 202. What is that?
- 203. Shit!
- 204. Help me!
- 205. The hell with you.
- 206. Help me with this man!
- 207. Kiss my ass, Doc.
- 208. Listen...
- 209. I don't care which way you go.
- 210. Don't follow me. Got that?
- 211. Be good.
- 212. My, my, my.
- 213. What a mess.
- 214. It's a circus.
- 215. You got my bag?
- 216. Point of impact right here.
- 217. The first engine uncoupled, the
rest of the train jumped the track.
- 218. About 100 yards?
- 219. You must get new boots.
- 220. I told you not to wear the heels.
- 221. Wear 2 coats.
- 222. Next train wreck.
- 223. Why do we always mother her?
- 224. Because she loves us.
- 225. - How'd you like to be the driver?
- I bet he did a Casey Jones.
- 226. Hold it, sir.
- 227. Who's in charge?
- 228. Sheriff Rawlins.
- 229. Just follow the TV lights.
- 230. Sheriff Rogers.
- 231. Rawlins!
- 232. Look down there and take Newman.
- 233. Time to go to work.
- 234. The bus rolled over several times
before settling down the hill.
- 235. I don't know if I passed out...
- 236. but when I looked up, the train
was bearing down on us. Fast.
- 237. I don't know how.
It's still kind of hazy.
- 238. I grabbed him and pushed
him out of the bus.
- 239. - You're brave, you could've been killed.
- I know.
- 240. He's my partner.
He'd have done the same for me.
- 241. Excuse me, I'm Deputy U.S.
Marshal Samuel Gerard, I'd like to...
- 242. I'll be with you in a minute.
- 243. Again, just for the record...
- 244. these 3 are dead?
- 245. And this one?
- 246. Everything happened so fast.
- 247. I don't think he made it.
- 248. You came a long way for nothing.
- 249. With all due respect, Sheriff...
- 250. I'd like to recommend
checkpoints on a 15-mile radius...
- 251. at I-57, I-24 and
over here on Route...
- 252. Wait. The prisoners are all dead.
- 253. Checkpoints will get people frantic
and they'll flood my office with calls.
- 254. Shit, I'd hate to see that happen...
- 255. so I'll take over your investigation.
- 256. On what authority?
- 257. The Governor...
- 258. the U.S. Marshal's office...
- 259. 5th District, Northern Illinois.
- 260. All right, you want jurisdiction
over this mess, you got it.
- 261. Okay, boys, gather around and listen.
- 262. We're shutting it down.
Wyatt Earp here...
- 263. That's very funny, Wyatt Earp.
- 264. Sam.
- 265. Look here!
- 266. We're always fascinated when we find
leg irons with no legs in them.
- 267. Who held the key, sir?
- 268. Me.
- 269. Where are they?
- 270. I don't know.
- 271. Care to revise your statement, sir?
- 272. What?
- 273. Do you want to change
your bullshit story, sir?
- 274. - He might've got out.
- He might've got out.
- 275. You said he was part of the wreckage!
- 276. Set up operations by the fire truck.
- 277. A fugitive has been on
the run for 90 minutes.
- 278. Average foot speed over uneven ground,
barring injury, is 4 miles an hour.
- 279. That gives us a radius of 6 miles.
- 280. What I want from each of you is a hard
target search of every gas station...
- 281. residence, warehouse, farmhouse,
hen house, outhouse...
- 282. and doghouse in that area.
- 283. Checkpoints go up at 15 miles.
- 284. Your fugitive's name
is Dr. Richard Kimble.
- 285. Go get him.
- 286. Don't give me shit.
- 287. I got 3 very unhappy dead people.
Put him on.
- 288. Stevens, it's Cosmo.
- 289. I'll have a satellite
telephone hook up in 2 seconds.
- 290. Police just found a blood trail...
- 291. two miles southwest.
- 292. Match that blood against the prisoners'.
- 293. Get a fax I.D. on Kimble
to every local hospital.
- 294. Follow that with troopers.
- 295. What are you doing?
- 296. I'm thinking.
- 297. Think me up some coffee and a
doughnut with sprinkles on top...
- 298. while you're thinking.
- 299. We got a live body!
- 300. A live one?
- 301. Hang in there. We'll
get you out of here.
- 302. Get that ambulance down here!
- 303. Is this what you want?
- 304. That's it.
- 305. I'll make copies.
- 306. Good morning, Mr. Johnson.
I have your breakfast for you.
- 307. We're thirsty today, aren't we?
- 308. Eat up before it gets cold.
- 309. It really gets dry in here, doesn't it?
- 310. Here you are.
- 311. Now, eat something.
- 312. You need your strength.
- 313. Doc, we're looking for a prisoner
from that wreck. Might be hurt.
- 314. What does he look like?
- 315. Six-one, 180, brown hair,
brown eyes, beard.
- 316. Seen anyone like that around?
- 317. Every time I look in the mirror.
- 318. Except for the beard, of course.
- 319. Doc!
- 320. Thanks.
- 321. - I'll give you a hand.
- Thanks, doc.
- 322. It's...
- 323. How is he?
- 324. Good, considering we dug
him out from under a train.
- 325. Tell the attending he's got a
puncture in the upper gastric area.
- 326. How could he tell that
by looking at his face?
- 327. Background just came in from Chicago.
- 328. About time. What've we got?
- 329. "Richard David Kimble,
vascular surgeon." What's that?
- 330. Somebody that makes
more money than you.
- 331. "Convicted of 1st-degree
murder of his wife.
- 332. Pleaded innocent.
Says a one-armed man did it."
- 333. Lots of friends.
- 334. Doctors, hospital staff.
- 335. We'll start there. I want phone taps.
First, his lawyer.
- 336. You'll never get that.
- 337. Call Judge Rubin.
Tell him I want phone taps.
- 338. Why'd you yell at me?
- 339. I'll tell him who if I'm in a good mood.
- 340. Why not yell at her sometimes?
- 341. We got a call from the hospital.
- 342. The wounded guard swears
he saw Kimble there.
- 343. That's hot.
- 344. And an ambulance is missing.
- 345. Where's he going in an ambulance?
- 346. Ambulance just spotted...
- 347. two miles west of Doverville,
heading north, State Highway 53.
- 348. Running out of map!
- 349. Get your maps out.
- 350. Check, sound check. Get your maps out.
- 351. I want to know all routes
in and out of town.
- 352. We're headed north on Route 13,
toward the Barkley Dam.
- 353. Son-of-a-bitch!
- 354. Don't lose that ambulance.
- 355. Visual location of an ambulance headed
north on Route 13 toward Barkley Dam.
- 356. We'll pass through a viaduct.
- 357. Get on the horn. Bring Biggs and
Newman in from south of the viaduct.
- 358. He's hauling ass.
- 359. Is there a tunnel between here and there?
We have Biggs and Newman?
- 360. Look on your map to
know how to get there.
- 361. We got him!
- 362. Watch out! Watch out!
- 363. - What's going on?
- Get back in your car, sir!
- 364. Newman! Rock and roll!
- 365. Put a light in there!
- 366. What do you got?
- 367. I got nothing.
- 368. - What do you got?
- You must be kidding me!
- 369. You must be kidding me!
- 370. Seal off the tunnel! Seal it off!
- 371. We got a gopher.
- 372. Shit! I just bought these shoes.
- 373. Shut up, Cosmo.
- 374. Which way, Sam?
- 375. I didn't kill my wife!
- 376. I don't care!
- 377. Put that gun down!
- 378. Now!
- 379. Hands up!
- 380. Over your head!
- 381. Turn around!
- 382. Do you want to get shot?
- 383. Pay attention!
- 384. Get down on your knees!
- 385. Right now!
- 386. What happened? Where'd he go?
- 387. He did a Peter Pan right off this dam!
- 388. Right here!
- 389. Down! Boom!
- 390. Holy shit!
- 391. Can we go home now?
- 392. No.
- 393. Holy shit!
- 394. - There's no way out of here!
- We must go up.
- 395. Go up the stairs! Up, up!
- 396. Get them down here now.
- 397. Have that water turned off.
Come over here.
- 398. Put 2 cars and 4 patrolmen
on that bridge down there.
- 399. Have them glass this
river upstream and down.
- 400. I want a helicopter 100 feet off this
river. Make him aware of these wires.
- 401. Are you crazy? He's dead!
- 402. That'll make him easy to catch.
- 403. I want hounds on both banks
of this river for 2 miles...
- 404. upstream and downstream.
- 405. - You've got a search-and-rescue team?
- Yeah, we do.
- 406. Get them down here and drag
the bottom of this spillway.
- 407. - Why isn't the water turned off?
- Somebody from County's working on it.
- 408. Bring in the helicopters now.
- 409. We're out of here!
- 410. I don't think there's anything to find.
- 411. Find it anyway. You've got
lights and generators coming.
- 412. - I won't tell you how to do your job...
- Put the helicopter on the bridge!
- 413. but only one in a million could
survive that fall. He's fish food!
- 414. Get a cane pole and catch
the fish that ate him.
- 415. Get Stevens. Tell him
we're on the way in.
- 416. That man took everything!
- 417. We can't find the guy.
- 418. We can't find the guy.
- 419. You find this man!
- 420. You find that man!
- 421. The generators and searchlights
are there now.
- 422. They'll continue the
search into the night.
- 423. Good. Call Kentucky and
thank them for the dogs.
- 424. Remember, opera ain't over
until the Big Dog howls.
- 425. Need a ride?
- 426. Check it again.
- 427. All right, we got him. He shacked
up with some babe in Whiting.
- 428. She left work tonight and took him home.
- 429. - About 2 hours ago, her boss said.
- They spotted her car outside her house.
- 430. Does she run with anyone?
- 431. No one we could find. No family either.
- 432. Tell the police not to move till we get
there. We'll go early in the morning.
- 433. Your cousin still got his truck?
- 434. Tell him you need it.
- 435. Stay close.
- 436. Right on your ass, bud.
- 437. I don't want you getting lost.
Stick with me.
- 438. U.S. Marshals! Everybody down!
- 439. Hold it right there!
Show me those hands!
- 440. Keep them up!
- 441. Get your ass in there.
- 442. I got your man! I got
your man, you hear me?
- 443. I want out of here!
- 444. I got your man!
- 445. I'm going to blow his brains out!
I want out of here!
- 446. Do you hear me, cops?
- 447. Do you hear me?
- 448. I want out of here!
- 449. - Listen! We can work this out!
- Yes, we can.
- 450. - Shut up! Shut up!
- Listen to me.
- 451. Do you hear me?
- 452. Listen, and I'll tell you what I want.
- 453. I want a car out front.
- 454. Don't shoot.
- 455. It's over.
- 456. Shut up!
- 457. I can't hear anything.
- 458. I can't believe you did that.
- 459. You think I should've
bargained with him.
- 460. Yeah.
- 461. I do.
- 462. You could have missed...
- 463. and killed me.
- 464. How bad is that ear?
- 465. Terrible. I'll have permanent damage.
- 466. Let me see it.
- 467. Come here.
- 468. Can you hear me now?
- 469. Yeah.
- 470. I don't...
- 471. bargain.
- 472. You hear that?
- 473. Yeah.
- 474. Good.
- 475. Walter, this is Richard.
- 476. Jesus! Why did you run?
It only makes you look guilty.
- 477. I wasn't worried about appearances.
- 478. Tell me where you are, so I can
meet you and you can surrender.
- 479. I won't surrender. I need help, money.
- 480. You're asking me to aid a convicted
felon. I can't help you that way.
- 481. My advice as your friend and attorney
is to give yourself up.
- 482. Now tell me, where are you?
- 483. St. Louis.
- 484. Give me an address.
I'll get there as soon as I can.
- 485. Mr. Copeland was a bad man.
He was going to kill one of my kids.
- 486. You can blame me.
I'm the one that shot him.
- 487. Give yourself up.
Now tell me, where are you?
- 488. St. Louis.
- 489. So he's not dead.
Let that be a lesson to you.
- 490. Don't ever argue with the Big Dog.
Big Dog is always right.
- 491. You been right before.
- 492. Walter, this is Richard.
- 493. Why did you run?
It only makes you look guilty.
- 494. I wasn't worried about appearances.
- 495. Tell me where you are, so I can
meet you and you can surrender.
- 496. I won't surrender. I need help, money.
- 497. That train sounds like an El.
- 498. St. Louis doesn't have one.
- 499. How do you know it's an elevated train?
- 500. I lived under an El for 20 years.
- 501. Explain the difference between the sound
of an El and a train on the ground.
- 502. You must have ears like an eagle.
- 503. Play that back. I want to
hear the sound of an El.
- 504. What cities have Els? New York does.
- 505. - Philly.
- We do.
- 506. Milwaukee.
- 507. Hold it right there where the lawyer
says he sounds guilty. There's bells.
- 508. There's a guy on a P.A.
Can you drop everything but him?
- 509. I'll try.
- 510. - Walter, this is Richard.
- 511. Right there.
- 512. What's he saying?
- 513. Sounds like, "Next stop."
Do that again!
- 514. "Next stop"...
- 515. Merchandise Mart.
- 516. Son-of-a-bitch! The boy came home.
- 517. That bell is on the Wells Street bridge,
6 blocks away.
- 518. I knew it was an El.
- 519. Yeah, Big Dog. You're never wrong.
- 520. - I'll call the C.P.D.
- This is his Chicago file.
- 521. When I die, I want to
come back like you.
- 522. Happy and handsome?
- 523. - I'll notify the press.
- No press.
- 524. Right, no press.
- 525. - Hi, Billy.
- How's it going, sir?
- 526. - Good, and you?
- All right.
- 527. Here you go. See you.
- 528. Spare change? Dollar, Mister?
- 529. No, thank you very much.
I don't want it.
- 530. Oh, my God. Richard!
- 531. How are you, Charlie?
- 532. Jesus, you're back.
- 533. I need money.
- 534. Sure. Get in.
- 535. No, I can't. Whatever you got on you.
- 536. You're hot. If not now, you will be.
- 537. Have you got a place to stay?
How can I help you?
- 538. The light is green. Move!
- 539. I'll call you.
- 540. Why did Kimble kill his wife?
- 541. For the money.
- 542. For the money? He's a doctor.
He's already rich.
- 543. She was richer.
- 544. Is this the entire Chicago police file?
- 545. - That's everything.
- I want to do all the interviews again.
- 546. The list of hospital staff is there?
- 547. - Sure is.
- Thank you.
- 548. You don't want to use the media?
- 549. We want him to relax. Make himself
comfortable. Try to re-enter his life.
- 550. Here's the apartment.
- 551. You can see here is heater.
You will have warm.
- 552. Here is kitchen. Sink.
- 553. Over there is bathroom.
And here is the room.
- 554. Is nice bed.
- 555. Plenty space.
- 556. You can look at.
- 557. You like the place?
- 558. It's okay?
- 559. It's perfect.
- 560. All right, people.
- 561. This morning we were notified
by the Marshal's office...
- 562. that our old friend Dr. Richard Kimble
is alive and well and back in Chicago.
- 563. You know in what high
regard we hold this scumbag.
- 564. I'm personally donating a
bottle of 12-year-old Scotch...
- 565. to whoever collars this quack.
- 566. Dick Rosetti's passing out bulletins.
- 567. - Gunshot wound to the left shoulder.
- What are his vitals?
- 568. 120 over 60. 98 pulse.
- 569. Help you?
- 570. You went to medical school together?
- 571. Yes, we did.
- 572. The class of '73.
- 573. Do you know Morton Feinberg?
- 574. - I do.
- He's a real nice guy.
- 575. When did you see him last?
- 576. Who, Richard?
- 577. I saw Richard this morning.
- 578. This morning?
- 579. He stopped my car. I gave him money.
- 580. Where was this?
- 581. Outside my tennis club.
- 582. Did he ask for help?
- 583. I volunteered. He wouldn't accept that.
- 584. How much did you give him?
- 585. Couple of bucks. What I had on me.
- 586. - He won't get far on that.
- Why'd he come back to Chicago?
- 587. He didn't tell me.
- 588. I'm sure he's trying to protect you
from having to lie for him, but...
- 589. You really want to be
his friend and help him?
- 590. Help us bring him in unharmed.
- 591. Why?
- 592. So he can go back to prison?
- 593. If you want help, gentlemen,
you've come to the wrong man.
- 594. Richard is innocent.
- 595. You'll never find him. He's too smart.
- 596. We're some smart guys.
- 597. What about us? We're smart. We are.
How smart could he be, really?
- 598. Is he as smart as you?
- 599. Smarter.
- 600. Peripheral vascular surgery. Fixing
arteries as they come out of the heart.
- 601. - How long have you known Richard Kimble?
- Ten years. Since I've been here.
- 602. What kind of medicine did he
practice at the hospital?
- 603. I want you to know that I believe
Richard Kimble to be innocent.
- 604. Would he seek your help?
- 605. If he did, I'd help him.
- 606. But he wouldn't come to me.
- 607. That's not his style.
- 608. A warrant remains outstanding for
Chicago surgeon, Richard Kimble.
- 609. This is where the one-armed guy and he
struggled and fell down the stairs.
- 610. I fell down these stairs,
I'd be a goner. I'd be dead.
- 611. What a waste!
- 612. When I came home,
a man was in my house.
- 613. - Police. We're the police!
- Where is he?
- 614. Get him, get him!
- 615. Hold it!
- 616. - Freeze!
- Get down. Where you going?
- 617. It's over.
- 618. You like stringing
out 12-year old girls?
- 619. What are you doing with my baby?
- 620. Your baby's a drug dealer.
- 621. Come on, ma'am.
- 622. What they doing to my baby?
- 623. It will be crazy here tonight.
Did they get a count?
- 624. A lot of kids.
- 625. They bring them all here?
- 626. All coming to County.
- 627. I've come to do those blinds.
- 628. I'll get the door.
- 629. I'll start in here, huh?
- 630. Let's go over it once more.
- 631. What time did he arrive at the house?
- 632. About 10:30 in the morning.
- 633. - He was alone?
- Yeah, he was alone.
- 634. - You got a good look at him?
- Yeah, really good.
- 635. You better be straight with me.
- 636. This is the guy staying in
your mother's basement?
- 637. That's what I'm saying.
- 638. Is she stable?
- 639. - Just breathe, stay calm.
- I need a doctor over here!
- 640. Call vascular and ortho
and call her parents for consent.
- 641. Okay, thank you doctor.
- 642. Hurts.
- 643. Hello, Marshal. It's right there.
- 644. My chest hurts.
- 645. Check the film on that kid.
- 646. Take a deep breath.
- 647. Inhale, exhale. Again.
- 648. Slowly.
- 649. Check the film.
- 650. Take it easy.
- 651. What's the status on that kid?
- 652. Possible fractured sternum.
- 653. I need you here.
- 654. Can you help us? Bring this
kid to Observation Room 2.
- 655. Yeah, you. Help us out, okay?
- 656. How are you champ?
- 657. My chest hurts.
- 658. Does it hurt when you breathe?
- 659. Yes.
- 660. - What's your name?
- 661. Look at this.
- 662. We're eating oranges and making I.D.s.
- 663. "C.C.H." What's that?
- 664. Cook County Hospital.
- 665. Just hang on, okay?
- 666. You'll be okay, pal.
- 667. You'll be fine.
- 668. Hold that elevator.
- 669. Thank you.
- 670. How're you doing?
- 671. My chest hurts.
- 672. Where's your mom?
- 673. I don't know.
- 674. Is she at home?
- 675. I think she's with my brother.
- 676. They downstairs?
- 677. I don't know.
- 678. Don't worry.
- 679. We'll find her.
- 680. Do you play football? Baseball?
- 681. Football.
- 682. Hold on, son.
- 683. Hey, doctor.
- 684. They sent this one from downstairs.
- 685. Get this one into Room 4, stat.
- 686. Bye-bye, Joel.
- 687. Where's that boy I sent here?
- 688. - What boy?
- The one with the fractured sternum.
- 689. He never came here.
- 690. He didn't?
- 691. No, he didn't.
- 692. Any particular interest
in that patient's X-rays?
- 693. - What do you mean?
- I saw you looking at his chest film.
- 694. - It's a hobby of mine.
- A hobby, really?
- 695. What's your other hobby, brain surgery?
- 696. - What do you want?
- To know how that boy got to surgery.
- 697. I'm a janitor. I do as I'm told.
- 698. Bullshit!
- 699. Who changed those orders?
- 700. I don't know what you mean.
- 701. Stay there.
- 702. Call Security!
- 703. Tell Stevens to get hold of
that guy Kelly over at C.P.D.
- 704. A guy disguised as a janitor orders
an emergency medical procedure...
- 705. and all you did was
take away his I.D. card?
- 706. I called Security. He took off
down the hall. What was I to do?
- 707. Listen, Mr...
- 708. Deputy.
- 709. Gerard.
- 710. I'm really tired.
- 711. I'd like to go home.
- 712. - Okay. How's the boy doing?
- He saved his life.
- 713. Thank you.
- 714. "Desmondo Jose Ruiz."
- 715. Where are you, Desmondo?
- 716. Sammy, this is my problem:
- 717. The place is crawling with cops, right?
- 718. Everybody's looking for Kimble, right?
- 719. So why would he be stupid enough...
- 720. to hang out in the trauma
ward and play Mother Teresa?
- 721. Excuse me.
- 722. Have a problem?
- 723. No, no problem at all.
- 724. Excuse me, could we
have a word with you?
- 725. This is Dr. Elway at
Cook County Hospital.
- 726. I'm following-up for the Prosthetic
clinic on Matthew Zelick.
- 727. Oh, he did?
- 728. I'm terribly sorry.
- 729. Right or left?
- 730. Right.
- 731. - Age?
- 35 to 45.
- 732. This is Ted Riley with the
High School Reunion Committee.
- 733. 25 years is just around the corner...
- 734. and Clive is on our
list of missing in action.
- 735. Information gave me a number,
but when I tried it...
- 736. No kidding.
- 737. Armed robbery?
- 738. He's where?
- 739. Point of attachment?
- 740. Mid-humerus.
- 741. That gives us 47 possibles.
- 742. 47?
- 743. Cross-check these people
for criminal records.
- 744. Wait a minute.
- 745. Happy St. Patrick's Day to all.
- 746. Driscoll, Clive R.
- 747. One-armed man, armed robbery.
- 748. If they can dye a river green today...
- 749. why can't they dye
it blue the other days?
- 750. Do I know?
- 751. - Are you Irish, sir?
- Who, me? No.
- 752. Are you?
- 753. No, man!
- 754. Name of inmate?
- 755. Clive Driscoll.
- 756. Driscoll, Clive.
- 757. I.D., please.
- 758. Driscoll, Clive R.
- 759. 2-0-1-0.
- 760. Be advised that, by court ruling,
your conversation can be recorded.
- 761. This is hinky. He went to college.
He wouldn't go through all this security...
- 762. go to lock-up to find someone
his own people say doesn't exist.
- 763. Hinky.
- 764. What does that mean, "Hinky?"
- 765. - Strange.
- 766. Say "strange" or "weird."Hinky"
has no meaning.
- 767. Well, we say "Hinky."
- 768. I don't want you using meaningless
words around me. I'm taking the stairs.
- 769. How about "bullshit?"
- 770. Visitor for Driscoll.
- 771. Come on, let's go, let's go.
- 772. Over there.
- 773. Let's go, Driscoll.
- 774. You got 5 minutes.
- 775. Who are you?
- 776. Look, I'm sorry. I made a mistake.
- 777. You got me down here...
- 778. might as well talk.
- 779. Down here you got no entertainment.
Ain't no cable here.
- 780. I wish I could, but I can't.
- 781. Richard!
- 782. A man in a blue coat is waving
a gun and screaming at a woman.
- 783. Stop that man!
- 784. He's a U.S. Marshal! Let him go!
- 785. Let him go!
- 786. Shut the gates!
- 787. Open the doors!
- 788. We're on the roof.
- 789. Take some men! Look down there!
- 790. He's in the plaza!
- 791. He's heading east!
- 792. He's going east toward the Picasso!
- 793. We want you to give all these groups
a big round of applause.
- 794. They've been waiting a long time
to get in the parade.
- 795. They're cold,
just like all the rest of you.
- 796. Deputy Gerard, why do you feel
that Dr. Kimble came back to Chicago?
- 797. I have no idea.
- 798. We understand your deputies
were at the hospital today.
- 799. Was Dr. Kimble there?
- 800. I have no comment on that.
- 801. Let me get the chronology straight.
- 802. The subject was tried,
- 803. escaped, presumed dead, and is
now at large in Chicago. Correct?
- 804. Except for being presumed dead.
- 805. Do you believe that Kimble's
armed and dangerous?
- 806. I believe he's dangerous, yes.
- 807. He's taking chances, coming back.
Do you feel he's innocent?
- 808. No, he's not innocent. He was convicted
in a court of law. He's guilty.
- 809. How will you try to catch him?
- 810. We have no further comments for now.
- 811. Alec.
- 812. Richard Kimble.
- 813. - Hi, how are you?
- Good, Dr. Kimble.
- 814. Lentz!
- 815. We've been trading phone
calls the last few days.
- 816. A cruise sponsored by
- 817. could be fun.
- 818. - Cancun, Richard.
- Sport fishing.
- 819. Piña coladas.
- 820. What must the hospital buy?
What's the catch?
- 821. Sailfish.
- 822. No strings attached.
- 823. What do you say? What do you say?
- 824. This guy is bleeding from
every needle puncture.
- 825. Lentz sent this guy in?
Is he on that wonder drug?
- 826. Yes, he's on the RDU-90
- 827. Drug of the future.
- 828. Clean out those arteries
and put us out of business.
- 829. "Parade Master of Ceremonies
Ed O'Flaherty said..."
- 830. "... he didn't recall a livelier
parade during the last 20 years."
- 831. "That Kimble..."
- 832. "... is some kind of lad..."
- 833. "Lad?"
- 834. He says "lad."
- 835. Maybe he's a leprechaun.
- 836. I'm quoting this guy.
- 837. A guy on line 3 claims
he's Richard Kimble.
- 838. - Who?
- Another Kimble on line 3.
- 839. Let me see the phone.
- 840. Tell him he looks good in a beard.
- 841. - What line?
- 842. "I hope he was able to wear a
little green, sip some whiskey..."
- 843. This is Gerard.
- 844. Remember what I told you in the tunnel?
- 845. It's him!
- 846. I remember it was noisy.
- 847. I think you said something like...
- 848. you didn't kill your wife.
- 849. Remember what you told me?
- 850. I remember you pointed my gun at me.
- 851. You said, "I don't care."
- 852. He's on the south side.
- 853. That's right, I don't care.
- 854. I'm not trying to solve a puzzle.
- 855. I am trying to solve a puzzle.
- 856. 5 seconds to location.
- 857. And I just found a big piece.
- 858. Hello, Richard?
- 859. He didn't hang up.
- 860. Where is he?
- 861. 256 South St. Lawrence.
- 862. Get the C.P.D. over there.
- 863. We got a car there now.
- 864. Get some shots of that.
- 865. Fredrick Sykes...
- 866. 45, ex-cop, and quite a clotheshorse.
- 867. You want to look at this?
- 868. Kimble's prints. They're all over...
- 869. but mainly on the desk.
- 870. He sure had some interest
in these photographs.
- 871. Negatives in there?
- 872. Let me have them.
- 873. - Camera boy's on his way.
- We got you.
- 874. How're you, Mr. Sykes?
- 875. - Fine, if you tell me what's happening.
- We had a problem.
- 876. - My place or the place upstairs?
- Your place.
- 877. Step right in, Mr. Sykes.
- 878. Everybody knows my name here.
Big happy family, huh?
- 879. What is this, a trench coat
convention? What's going on?
- 880. Who are you guys? What's going on?
- 881. You had a break-in, Mr. Sykes.
- 882. I sure hope you're a cop.
- 883. No, I'm Samuel Gerard,
United States Marshal's office.
- 884. This morning a fugitive named Richard
Kimble made a phone call from here.
- 885. Why would he do that?
- 886. I don't know any Richard Kimble.
- 887. Okay, I got it.
- 888. The doctor who killed his wife, right?
- 889. Blamed somebody with a prosthetic.
Is he coming after me?
- 890. Does he have reason to do so?
- 891. I have a prosthetic arm!
I must've done it!
- 892. Give me a break. I went
through all this a year ago.
- 893. I was questioned here
about the whole thing.
- 894. I told them I wasn't in Chicago that
night. I was away on business.
- 895. 15 people verified it.
- 896. What line of business are you in?
- 897. Security.
- 898. - Who do you work for?
- A pharmaceutical company.
- 899. Which one?
- 900. Devlin MacGregor. I handle
security for the top executives.
- 901. Any idea why Kimble would be
interested in these photographs?
- 902. No.
- 903. Where were they taken?
- 904. That's a big fish!
- 905. Cancun, Mexico.
- 906. It was a junket the company
paid for some doctors.
- 907. - Kimble go with you?
- You don't see him there, do you?
- 908. No. I told you I don't know him.
- 909. Mind if I check to see
if anything's missing?
- 910. I don't mind.
- 911. How'd you lose that arm?
- 912. In the line of duty.
- 913. Cosmo, this guy's dirty.
- 914. Yes, he is.
- 915. - You want our people on him?
- Yes. Build a camp here.
- 916. I'll take care of it.
- 917. See this picture? I want you to find
out who's the guy next to Sykes.
- 918. Find out his name, age, weight,
social security number...
- 919. his location, relatives,
- 920. Sorry, doctor, they said
it was an emergency.
- 921. Excuse me.
- 922. Mr. Bolton.
- 923. Chuck.
- 924. Richard.
- 925. Can you talk?
- 926. Yes, I'm on a hotel phone.
How are you? What's going on?
- 927. I found him. I found
the man who killed Helen.
- 928. It was me they were after.
- 929. Who are they?
- 930. Devlin MacGregor and Lentz.
- 931. Lentz was supervising
the protocol for RDU-90.
- 932. He knew it was causing liver damage.
It was Lentz.
- 933. Richard, Lentz is dead.
- 934. How?
- 935. He died in a car accident last summer.
- 936. Can you prove this about the drug?
- 937. I think so.
- 938. I need your help.
- 939. Call Bones at the hospital.
Tell him to give me any help I need.
- 940. I'll call him now.
- 941. Okay. Thanks.
- 942. Dr. Nichols!
- 943. Can we ask you a few more questions?
- 944. Mr. Gerard.
- 945. You got a copy of that photograph?
- 946. U.S. Marshal Service.
- 947. Excuse us.
- 948. This is Fredrick Sykes.
- 949. He's a security specialist at
Devlin MacGregor Pharmaceuticals.
- 950. Richard Kimble broke into his apartment.
- 951. Do you know this man?
- 952. No, I don't.
- 953. You're getting pretty desperate,
aren't you, Mr. Gerard?
- 954. Oh, yes.
- 955. I told you you wouldn't find Richard.
- 956. Has he been to see you?
- 957. We've been over this
ground before, haven't we?
- 958. So, if you'll excuse me.
- 959. - Thanks, Doc.
- Thank you, Doctor.
- 960. Sorry. One more question
about the photograph.
- 961. See the guy standing on
the right side of the fish?
- 962. Ever see him before?
- 963. This guy right here?
- 964. I've never seen that person before.
- 965. I'm sorry.
- 966. Thank you.
- 967. Thank you, Doctor. Enjoy
the rest of the convention.
- 968. "Alternatives to Cardio-Non-Invasive
Arterial Plaque-Reducing Therapy.
- 969. Keynote speaker, Charles Nichols."
- 970. Bet they line up for this one.
- 971. If you were Richard Kimble...
- 972. why would you hunt for a one-armed
man you say killed your wife...
- 973. break into his house,
call us up and then split?
- 974. I should have been a doctor.
- 975. Look at this blow-up. This guy in
the picture with Sykes. On his shirt.
- 976. Chicago Memorial.
- 977. I want to go there.
- 978. Go!
- 979. Wait.
- 980. Devlin MacGregor...
- 981. did 71/2 billion
dollars in net sales...
- 982. last year alone.
- 983. That company's a monster.
- 984. Talk to me.
- 985. Absolutely.
- 986. It's a liver sample...
- 987. from a patient on
the RDU-90 drug study.
- 988. January 21st?
- 989. The last one!
- 990. 1-7-4-3-0?
- 991. 1-7-4-3-0. You got it.
- 992. Thanks. I'll make sure
all this gets back to you.
- 993. - It's good to see you again.
- Good to see you.
- 994. Whatever happened to that
thing with your wife?
- 995. It's not over yet.
- 996. What's going on?
- 997. How should I know?
- 998. I think his name is Alec Lentz.
- 999. I remember because he died last summer.
- 1000. Oh, my God. Richard!
- 1001. What are you doing here?
- 1002. Hi, Kath.
- 1003. Have a look.
- 1004. - What do you think?
- Cold normal.
- 1005. Clearly not the same tissue.
- 1006. And not only did they all
come from healthy livers...
- 1007. they came from the same liver.
- 1008. Kath, you beauty.
- 1009. Excuse me.
- 1010. Mr. Roosevelt?
- 1011. We're deputies Biggs and Newman.
We're U.S. Marshals.
- 1012. Need some information
about a Dr. Lentz who was on staff here.
- 1013. Did he know or have any contact
with a Dr. Richard Kimble?
- 1014. I haven't seen Dr. Kimble.
- 1015. I didn't ask that.
- 1016. I wouldn't know.
- 1017. If you'll excuse me, I have
prior obligations to attend to.
- 1018. I think you're lying to us.
- 1019. Lentz is the bad guy?
- 1020. Yeah, why not?
- 1021. He was one of the original
patent holders in RDU-90.
- 1022. I was sending in my tissue samples...
- 1023. he was replacing them with healthy
samples, issuing path reports...
- 1024. shit-canning my stuff. Easy.
- 1025. Wait a minute.
- 1026. Lentz died August 21st.
- 1027. Half the samples he approved
were signed the day he died.
- 1028. You're kidding.
- 1029. Someone else must have
been manipulating this.
- 1030. Someone with access.
- 1031. Thanks, Kath.
- 1032. Where are you going?
- 1033. To see a friend.
- 1034. This is giving me a headache.
- 1035. That's surprising. Where did
Roosevelt say Kimble was going?
- 1036. He says he doesn't know.
- 1037. - Do you believe him?
- Yes, I do.
- 1038. He says he picked up tissue samples...
- 1039. for a drug study.
- 1040. Get this:
- 1041. The release was approved
by Dr. Charles Nichols.
- 1042. Nichols also knew Lentz.
- 1043. He was Lentz's boss.
- 1044. He was covering for Kimble.
- 1045. Send the C.P.D. there right now.
- 1046. We're sending cops. Make sure
they turn that place inside out.
- 1047. Don't let them give you shit
about your ponytail. Well done.
- 1048. My pleasure.
- 1049. Dr. Nichols lied to me.
- 1050. - Go find him.
- I'm on it.
- 1051. Okay, it's gone by now.
- 1052. I looked every place you told
me and I didn't see him.
- 1053. I'm telling you.
- 1054. If he was in the hospital,
I would have found him.
- 1055. What do you want me to do?
- 1056. Hold on. Wait a minute.
- 1057. I marked him. I got him now.
- 1058. Dr. Alexander Lentz.
- 1059. "A noted pathologist at
Chicago Memorial Hospital..."
- 1060. "... was walking to his daily tennis
match when an unidentified vehicle..."
- 1061. "... slammed his body..."
- 1062. "... into the barriers separating
the Drive from Lake Michigan."
- 1063. You won't believe this.
- 1064. Sykes' records for the past 2 years
show no calls to Kimble.
- 1065. It was a thought.
- 1066. But when I cross-checked
Kimble's records, one came up.
- 1067. Kimble called Sykes...
- 1068. Get Sykes in here now.
- 1069. on the night of the murder...
- 1070. 7:30 P.M...
- 1071. from his car phone.
- 1072. Do you have Kimble's arrest report?
- 1073. - 7:30 P.M.
- 19:30 hours.
- 1074. They just went in. Sykes is gone.
- 1075. He's nowhere to be found.
- 1076. He's gone.
- 1077. Possible sighting of Richard Kimble on
northbound El coming into Van Buren.
- 1078. Move to the door.
- 1079. Next stop, Balbo Station. Balbo.
- 1080. This is my stop.
- 1081. My stop too.
- 1082. You missed your stop.
- 1083. A transit cop saw Kimble on
the El, heading toward Balbo.
- 1084. The C.P.D. is on the way.
- 1085. Attention all units. Transit police
report officer down at Balbo Station.
- 1086. Kimble is suspect.
- 1087. What'd he do, shoot a cop?
- 1088. Chicago P.D. will eat him alive.
- 1089. It is a joy and a privilege...
- 1090. to introduce tonight's
- 1091. For the past 4 years...
- 1092. he has served
as the A. Jude Robinson Fellow...
- 1093. and administrative
Chief of Pathology...
- 1094. at Chicago Memorial Hospital.
- 1095. Where are the emergency exits?
- 1096. Suspect seen entering Hilton Tower Mall,
- 1097. You don't think...
- 1098. I know where he's going.
- 1099. Biggs, Newman, where are you?
- 1100. He was appointed to the Board of Directors
of Devlin MacGregor Pharmaceuticals.
- 1101. Will you please welcome...
- 1102. Dr. Charles Nichols.
- 1103. Thank you, ladies and gentlemen...
- 1104. friends and colleagues.
- 1105. It's great you're all here tonight.
- 1106. C.P.D. reported an officer
down and a guy with 2 guns...
- 1107. - Kimble do it?
- Conflicting reports.
- 1108. He entered the hotel from the subway.
- 1109. - That's my man!
- Not anymore.
- 1110. He's going down.
You can help by staying out.
- 1111. Arrest us!
- 1112. Lock it up! Start at the lower level.
- 1113. All units report when
lower level is secure.
- 1114. All units, secure all lower level exits.
- 1115. Find the hotel security office.
Stay in touch with me by radio.
- 1116. Now, a new drug...
- 1117. on the cusp of approval by the
Food and Drug Administration...
- 1118. is poised to change
these old methods forever.
- 1119. Deputy Newman, U.S. Marshal's Service.
- 1120. Sam, I'm in.
- 1121. through the normal metabolic
pathways in the liver.
- 1122. The drug's name is...
- 1123. Provasic.
- 1124. As I will show you tonight...
- 1125. Provasic is remarkably effective...
- 1126. and has no side effects whatsoever.
- 1127. It is also noteworthy that this drug...
- 1128. This drug was developed...
- 1129. in cooperation, not competition,
with Chicago Memorial Hospital...
- 1130. in what we hope will be...
- 1131. the model for a
- 1132. excuse me, honest...
- 1133. open joint ventures...
- 1134. between academic medicine...
- 1135. and the pharmaceutical...
- 1136. Richard!
- 1137. I'm sorry, I'm in the
middle of this speech.
- 1138. You almost got away with it.
- 1139. I know all about it.
- 1140. I can prove it.
- 1141. Ladies and gentlemen, my friend
Richard Kimble doesn't feel well...
- 1142. obviously...
- 1143. so just go on with your
dessert and coffee...
- 1144. Richard, do you mind stepping
aside and let's talk.
- 1145. So I'll be back in just a second.
- 1146. You changed the samples, didn't you?
- 1147. You switched the samples...
- 1148. after Lentz died.
- 1149. Let's stay calm, people.
- 1150. After Lentz died, you were
the only one who had access.
- 1151. You switched the samples...
- 1152. and the pathology reports.
- 1153. You killed Lentz?
- 1154. Call Security.
- 1155. Did you?
- 1156. He falsified his research...
- 1157. so RDU-90 could be...
- 1158. approved and...
- 1159. Devlin MacGregor
could give you Provasic.
- 1160. It's all over, folks.
- 1161. Just stay calm.
- 1162. You never give up, do you?
You never give up!
- 1163. Why Helen?
- 1164. Glad you're here.
- 1165. Which way'd they go?
- 1166. - Toward the Presidential Suite.
- Where's that?
- 1167. - Southeast corner.
- How many exits are there from this room?
- 1168. 2 on the east, 2 on the west.
- 1169. Kimble's on the roof!
- 1170. Cosmo, that way.
- 1171. Stop! Stay where you are!
- 1172. This is the Chicago police!
- 1173. Put your hands in the air!
- 1174. The building is totally secure.
- 1175. I repeat, do not move!
- 1176. Put your hands in the air!
- 1177. Stay where you are!
- 1178. Talk to me.
- 1179. They're headed to the
north end of the roof.
- 1180. Newman!
- 1181. Get that helicopter out of here!
- 1182. As soon as you get a clean shot...
- 1183. take him out.
- 1184. Get rid of the helicopter!
- 1185. - Why?
- Because I don't want to get shot!
- 1186. C.P.D., there's a U.S. Marshal
on the roof. Hold your fire!
- 1187. Call off the helicopter!
- 1188. Don't shoot.
- 1189. This guy ever quit?
- 1190. Find out where that elevator stops.
- 1191. Northwest elevator! Where does it stop?
- 1192. Where did they go? Where did they go?
- 1193. - Stopped on the 5th floor.
- They're on the 5th floor.
- 1194. - What's on the 5th floor?
- The laundry.
- 1195. They stopped at the laundry.
- 1196. We're on the 5th floor. What's your 20?
- 1197. Right behind you.
- 1198. What's going on here?
- 1199. We must keep the C.P.D. out.
They're too hot for me.
- 1200. Get rid of all these people.
- 1201. Okay, people, stay calm.
- 1202. Cosmo, come with me.
- 1203. Dr. Richard Kimble!
- 1204. There's no way out of here!
- 1205. The entire building is locked down!
- 1206. Give it up, you don't have any time!
- 1207. Chicago Police thinks
you're a cop killer!
- 1208. They will shoot you on sight!
- 1209. I know you're innocent!
- 1210. I know about Fredrick Sykes!
- 1211. I know about Dr. Charles Nichols!
- 1212. He borrowed your car the
night of your wife's murder!
- 1213. He had the keys!
- 1214. No forced entry.
- 1215. He telephoned Sykes
from your car, Richard!
- 1216. Give it up!
- 1217. I'm either lying to you or
I'm going to shoot you!
- 1218. What do you think?
- 1219. Give it up! It's time to stop running!
- 1220. They killed my wife.
- 1221. I know it.
- 1222. But it's over now.
- 1223. You know, I'm glad.
- 1224. I need the rest.
- 1225. Who killed Kimble's wife?
- 1226. Kimble was convicted of it.
- 1227. You've got a one-armed man in custody.
- 1228. - Is that the guy?
- I have no idea.
- 1229. How many one-armed men are there?
- 1230. There're a lot of them.
- 1231. Could you have made a mistake?
- 1232. The one-armed man is also there. I've never
seen so much since I've been around here.
- 1233. You got a deadline,
play the weather again.
- 1234. Tell Samuel Gerard I'm going home now.
I'm taking my vacation.
- 1235. Clear this area. Everybody clear.
- 1236. Watch your head.
- 1237. Where is that thing?
- 1238. Let me see those hands, Doctor.
- 1239. I thought you didn't care.
- 1240. I don't.
- 1241. Don't tell anybody, okay?