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|Genre/Form:||Academy Award films
|Document Type:||Visual material|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Keith Barish; Arnold Kopelson; Andrew Davis; Stephen Brown; Nana Greenwald; Peter Macgregor-Scott; Roy Huggins; David Twohy; Jeb Stuart; Harrison Ford; Tommy Lee Jones; Sela Ward; Julianne Moore; Joe Pantoliano; Andreas Katsulas; Jeroen Krabbé; Daniel Roebuck; L Scott Caldwell; Dick Cusack; Richard Riehle; Andy Romano; Nick Searcy; Aggie Guerard Rodgers; James Newton Howard; Dennis Washington; Michael Chapman; Maher Ahmad; Rick Gentz; Roy Arbogast; Peter Robb-King; Käthe Swanson; Marty Paich; Wayne Shorter; Warner Bros.; Warner Home Video (Firm)
|Notes:||"Based on characters created by Roy Huggins." Based on the television program The fugitive (1963-1967) broadcast on ABC, created by Roy Huggins and executive produced by Quinn Martin.
"Filmed with Panavision cameras and lenses. Dolby stereo in selected theatres."
"No. 32575, Motion Picture Association of America."
Copyright notice on film: c1993, Warner Bros.
Academy Award winner, Tommy Lee Jones.
|Credits:||Costume designer, Aggie Guerard Rodgers. Music by James Newton Howard. Edited by Dennis Virkler, David Finfer, Dean Goodhill. Edited by Don Brochu, Richard Nord, Dov Hoenig. Production designed by Dennis Washington. Director of photography, Michael Chapman. Unit production managers, Robert Grand, James A. Dennett, Sr.; first assistant director, Tom Mack; second assistant director, David Kelley; art director, Maher Ahmad; set decorator, Rick Gentz; set designers, Ann Harris, Nancy Mickelberry; special effects coordinator, Roy Arbogast; stunt coordinator, Terry J. Leonard; ... make-up supervisor, Peter Robb-King; ... key hair stylist, Kathe Swanson; ... special effects coordinator, Tom Ryba; ... supervising sound editors, John Leveque, Bruce Stambler; ... visual effects supervisor, William Mesa; special visual effects by Introvision International, Inc.; ... orchestra conductor, Marty Paich; orchestrations, James Newton Howard, Brad Dechter, Chris Boardman; ... The thrill is gone, written by Roy Hawkins and Rick Darnell, performed by B.B. King and Bobby Bland; Tahiti Tahiti, written by Mark Chantereau, Pierre-Alain Dahan and Slim Pezin, performed by Voyage; saxophone solos by Wayne Shorter.|
|Cast:||Harrison Ford (Dr. Richard Kimble). Tommy Lee Jones (Samuel Gerard). Sela Ward (Helen Kimble). Julianne Moore (Dr. Anne Eastman). Joe Pantoliano (Cosmo Renfro). Andreas Katsulas (Sykes). Jeroen Krabbé (Dr. Charles Nichols). Daniel Roebuck (Biggs), L. Scott Caldwell (Poole). Ron Dean (Detective Kelly), Joseph Kosala (Detective Rosetti), Tom Wood (Newman). Featuring Dick Cusack (Walter Gutherie), Richard Riehle (old guard), Andy Romano (Judge Bennett), Nick Searcy (Sheriff Rawlins). Miguel Nino (Chicago cop #1); John Drummond (newscaster); Tony Fosco (Chicago cop #2); Joseph F. Fisher (Otto Sloan); James Liautuad (Paul); David Darlow (Dr. Lentz); Tom Galouzis M.D., James F. McKinsey M.D. (surgeons); Mark D. Espinoza (resident); John E. Ellis (anesthesiologist); Gene Barge, Thomas C. Simmons (11th District cops); Joseph Guzaldo (prosecutor); Nick Kusenko (assistant defense attorney); Joan Kohn (asst. prosecuting attorney); Joe D. Lauck (forensic technician); Joseph V. Guastaferro (coroner); Thom Vernon (Carlson); Ken Moreno (Partida); Eddie "Bo" Smith, Jr. (Copeland); Frank Ray Perilli, Otis Wilson (jail officers); Pancho Demmings (young guard); Jim Wilkey (bus driver); Danny Goldring (head Illinois state trooper); Kevin Crowley (state trooper); Michael James (head welder); Michael Skewes (highway patrolman); Ila Cathleen Stallings (duty nurse); Linda Casaletto (rural hospital nurse); Cody Glenn (paramedic); Cynthia Baker (woman in car); Johnny Lee Davenport (Marshal Henry); Mike Bacarella (Marshal Stevens); Bill Cusack (tracing technician); David Hodges (Marshal David); Lillie Richardson (Copeland's girlfriend); Peter J. Caria IV (Billy); Tighe Barry (windshield washer); Monika Chabrowski (Polish landlady); Lonnie Sima (landlady's son); Oksana Fedunyszyn (myoelectric receptionist); Orlando Garcia (Desmondo); Afram Bill Williams (salesman); Bruce L. Gewertz M.D. (Dr. Bruce); Jane Lynch (Doctor Kathy Wahlund); Joseph Rotkvich (Officer Joseph); Steven Lilovich (Officer Steve); Noelle Bou-Sliman (myoelectric technician); Roxanne Roberts, Alex Hernandez (trauma doctors); Theron Touche Lykes (orderly); Joel Robinson (boy patient); Greg Hollimon (skating orderly); Cheryl Lynn Bruce (O.R. doctor); Marie Ware (Nurse Gladys); Bernard McGee (man); Ann Whitney (myoelectric director); Lily Monkus, Willie Lucas (desk clerks); Turk Muller (clearing officer); Ana Maria Alvarez (la Cubana); Eugene F. Crededio (visitation guard); Maurice Person (Clive Driscoll); Terry Hard (Officer Hormel); Pam Zekman (newscaster); ...|
|Event notes:||Filmed on location in Chicago and North Carolina. Shooting locations include: N. LaSalle Street Building, Chicago, Illinois; Blue Ridge Parkway, Blue Ridge Mountains, North Carolina; Bryson City, North Carolina; Cheoah Dam, Tapoco, North Carolina; Chester, Illinois; Chicago Hilton & Towers, 720 S. Michigan Ave., Chicago, Illinois; City Hall, 121 N. LaSalle St., the Loop, Chicago, Illinois; Cook County Hospital, 1835 W. Harrison St., Near West Side, Chicago, Illinois; Cook County Jail, South Lawndale, Chicago, Illinois; Dearborn Street, the Loop, Chicago, Illinois (St. Patrick's Day Parade); Four Seasons Hotel, 120 E. Delaware Pl., Near North Side, Chicago, Illinois; Great Smoky Mountains Railroad, Dillsboro, North Carolina; Merrill C. Meigs Field, Near South Side, Chicago, Illinois; Pullman, Chicago, Illinois (2nd pay phone scene, running atop rowhouses, home of one armed man); Richard J. Daley Memorial Plaza, the Loop, Chicago, Illinois; Sylva, North Carolina; University of Chicago, Hyde Park, Chicago, Illinois; Wacker Drive & Wells Street, Chicago, Illinois.|
|Other Titles:||Fugitive (Motion picture : 1993)
Fugitive (Television program : 1963-1967)
|Responsibility:||Warner Bros. presents ; a Keith Barish/Arnold Kopelson production ; an Andrew Davis film ; co-producers, Stephen Brown, Nana Greenwald ; co-producer, Peter MacGregor-Scott ; executive producer, Roy Huggins ; story by David Twohy ; screenplay by Jeb Stuart and David Twohy ; produced by Arnold Kopelson ; directed by Andrew Davis.|