PG-13 | | Action, Crime, Drama
Dr. Richard Kimble, unjustly accused of murdering his wife, must find the real killer while being the target of a nationwide manhunt lead by a seasoned US Marshall.
According to producer Roy Huggins, Gerard's line in response to Richard Kimble's claim of innocence ("I didn't kill my wife") was originally written as, "That isn't my problem." At the request of Tommy Lee Jones, it was changed to, "I don't care."
Come on Doc.
During the altercation between Kimball and Sykes on the train, the camera pans to an outside view through a window. Barely visible at the base of the window is either a crew member or bystander crouching down as if in the way by mistake. It happens very quickly but is noticeable.
Near the end of the end credits, there is a scene showing fireworks going off over the Chicago skyline.
In the 2001 DVD release, a crew member's face has been digitally removed from the train-wreck aftermath. In previous transfers of the film, a crew members's face is looking back at the camera when Kimble peers up at the train wreck from the creek. This error has resurfaced on the Blu-ray version.
English, Polish, Spanish
$23,758,855 (USA) (6 August 1993)
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