Behind the camera, left to right: Phil Cook (Assistant Director); Barry Morse (Lt. Gerard, directing this episode); Ed Nugent (camera operator); Bob Hoffman (Director of Photography) looking through camera.

The Fugitive crew doing what they did best: Shooting Cops. The man on camera in pink shirt is Meredith Nicholson, A.S.C., the Director of Photography in the show's black & white years.

The crew between takes. Left to right: Unidentified crew member; Ray Rich (Key Grip); camera; actor behind chair could be 12-year-old Kurt Russell; Bob Rubin (Assistant Director), behind grip stand; Jack Wilson (makeup) back to camera; Ken Gilbert (Script Supervisor) in plaid jacket. These three on the right were my best friends on the crew; I am still in touch with Rubin, saw Jack and Ken at a Fugitive reunion several years ago.

The Fugitive crew on a Los Angeles street: Batman was a very hot TV show at this time. One of the crew members had made a stencil of a bat and the mark of Batman seemed to show up everywhere (note the no parking sign on the telephone pole on right). This was long before graffiti began appearing on everything you could see.

Fugitive crew between takes. Left to right: Sully (crafts service) leaning on reflector; Lou Place (Assistant Director); Ray Rich (Key Grip); Richard Donner (Director) in sunglasses; Joe August (camera operator); unidentified crew member. The Fugitive proved to be a good training ground for young directors, several of which (Mark Rydell, Sidney Pollack, and Donner) went on to the big time.

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