Are these Cannon or The Fugitive episodes?

Is it Dr. Richard Kimble or Frank Cannon fighting for answers in these episodes?

 

When watching television shows, it can be easy to spot similarities within their plots. Although Cannon is an American detective series and The Fugitive is a crime drama, both main characters search for answers.

Dr. Richard Kimble and Frank Cannon had to deal with the loss (murders) of people they loved in both series; one was even accused of committing the crime.

These shows may be in two different genres, but trying to find out which episode title belongs to which show can be tricky. Are these Cannon or The Fugitive episodes?

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  1. Which series has an episode called "Terror at High Point"?
  2. Which series has an episode called "Death Chain"?
  3. Which series has an episode called "Dark Corner"?
  4. Which series has an episode called "This'll Kill You"?
  5. Which series has an episode called "Scream of Silence"?
  6. Which series has an episode called "Echo of Nightmare"?
  7. Which series has an episode called "Hear No Evil"?
  8. Which series has an episode called "The Limping Man"?
  9. Which series has an episode called "The Shattered Silence"?
  10. Which series has an episode called "The Deadly Trail"?

Are these Cannon or The Fugitive episodes?

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24 Comments

Mark 9 months ago
10 out of 10. HUGE Quinn Martin fan here, and I know episode titles for pretty much all of his shows!
Coldnorth 18 months ago
I knew I didn’t stand a chance, so I skipped this quiz
BenSobeleone 18 months ago
4/10 guessed on all the questions.
retro6 18 months ago
4/10. I’ve watched both but those tittles could go for either show.
McGillahooala 18 months ago
7/10. I guess I passed at least. That’s about a C-.
MikefromJersey 18 months ago
"You got 6 out of 10. Let's pretend that we didn't see that score. You can always try again!"

Catman 18 months ago
Just guessed, because although I did watch the Fugitive when it originally aired, I never saw Cannon and never paid any attention to episode names. David Jansen was so ... uh huh.
CaptainDunsel 18 months ago
6/10
Rather a disappointing score.
BenSobeleone CaptainDunsel 18 months ago
"Mr. Gerard" as Dr. Charles Nichols called him in the Harrison Ford movie. I didn't know that Barry Morse was British until many decades later. Kurt Russell played Philip Gerard Jr. in one episode. Kurt's dad Bing also appeared in that episode.
teire 18 months ago
5/10. A fair result for all guesses.
Wendy57 18 months ago
7/10
Guesses. All lucky guesses.
texasluva 18 months ago
7 out of 10. Since The Fugitive has 120 episodes and Cannon has 122 it's hard to remember unless the best ones usually watched.
cperrynaples 18 months ago
9/10! Missed 4 because it sounded more like a Cannon than a Fugitive!
LoveMETV22 cperrynaples 18 months ago
For those that may not know what a Cannon or a Fugitive sound like.

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cperrynaples LoveMETV22 18 months ago
Well of course you knew who narrated the second show...LOL!
DocForbin 18 months ago
Of course both shows were produced by Quinn Martin and followed his trademark "four acts and an epilogue" format.
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