The Fugitive (1947) was a Drama - Black-and-white Film directed by John Ford and Emilio Fern?ndez and produced by John Ford, Merian C. Cooper and Emilio Fernández.
Zatoichi the Fugitive (1963)By Beatrice on Dec 8, 2017 From Flickers in Time
Zatoichi the Fugitive?(Zat?ichi ky?j?-tabi) Directed by Tokuzo Tanaka Written by Seiji Hoshikawa, story by Kan Shimozawa 1963/Japan Daiei Studios First viewing/FilmStruck This series is the perfect popcorn viewing! Our hero Ichi, the blind yakuza/masseur/swordsman, tries his hand at wrestling a... Read full article
The Fugitive Kind (1960)By Beatrice on Feb 25, 2017 From Flickers in Time
The Fugitive Kind Directed by Sidney Lumet Written by Tennessee Williams and Meade Roberts based on the??play “Orpheus Descending”by Williams 1960/USA Pennebaker Productions First viewing/Netflix rental With this cast, there is a lot to like. As the movie begins, Valentine “Sn... Read full article
Vidas em Fuga / The Fugitive Kind (1960)By L? on Oct 8, 2016 From Critica Retro
Vidas em Fuga / The Fugitive Kind (1960) Um duelo de gigantes: n?o h? maneira melhor de definir o encontro de duas lendas do cinema, Anna Magnani e Marlon Brando. Ela, uma das maiores, talvez a maior, atriz do cinema italiano. Ele, um ator igualmente poderoso e ic?nico. Juntos, eles se contra... Read full article
Seven Things to Know About "The Fugitive"By Rick29 on Jan 30, 2014 From Classic Film & TV Cafe
1. According to Mel Proctor's The Official Fan's Guide to The Fugitive, David Janssen's "salary" was 20% of the show's earnings plus $10,000 per week. He also owned 20% of the show. Needless to say, The Fugitive made Janssen a multimillionaire. 2. Stanford Whitman, who wrote the pilot episode "Fear... Read full article
Silent Take: “The Fugitive” circa 1923By Fritzi Kramer on Sep 24, 2013 From Movies Silently
(click to enlarge) I have always felt that The Fugitive was a better movie than series. The 1993 version was a fun popcorn flick starring Harrison Ford. My idea for the silent version is a 1923 popcorn flick starring… Harrison Ford! I couldn’t resist. Can you blame me? Harrison Ford the ... Read full article
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"The Screen Guild Theater" broadcast a 30 minute radio adaptation of the movie on January 5, 1948 with J. Carrol Naish and Ward Bond reprising their film roles.
Mel Ferrer's first film.
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