R | | Crime, Drama
Two imprisoned men bond over a number of years, finding solace and eventual redemption through acts of common decency.
DIRECTOR_TRADEMARK(Frank Darabont): [old movie clips]: The inmates are seen watching Gilda (1946). In the novella, the prisoners watched The Lost Weekend (1945). Because the rights to this were owned by a different studio, Darabont looked to see which old films he could show without incurring ... ...
Mr. Dufresne, describe the confrontation you had with your wife the night that she was murdered.
Andy Dufresne: It was very bitter. She said she was glad I knew, that she hated all the sneaking around. And she said that she wanted a divorce in Reno.
The "Jughead" comic book being read by the guard in the bathroom during the playing of The Marriage of Figaro record wasn't a stand-alone title until 1965, more than a decade after that part of the story takes place.
The man who cried and was beaten when Andy first arrived is listed and credited as "Fat Ass" -- the other inmates' nickname for him.
$727,327 (USA) (25 September 1994)
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