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The Fugitive

The Fugitive(1947)

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Brief Synopsis

A revolutionary priest flees a Central American dictatorship.

Cast & Crew

John Ford Director
Henry Fonda A fugitive [The priest]
Pedro Armendariz A lieutenant of police
J. Carrol Naish A police informer
Leo Carrillo A chief of police
Ward Bond El Gringo [James Calvert]
Robert Armstrong A sergeant of police
John Qualen A refugee doctor
Fortunio Bonanova The governor's cousin
Cris-Pin Martin An organ-grinder
Miguel Inclán A hostage
Gabriel Figueroa Cinematographer
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Additional Details

MPAA Ratings:  Premiere Info:  not available
Release Date:  1947 Production Date:  EB*; AFI
complete credits, Mar 93
Color/B&W:  Black and White Distributions Co:  RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.
Sound:  Mono (RCA Sound System) Production Co:  Argosy Pictures Corp.
Duration(mins):  96 or 99 or 104-105 Country:  United States
Duration(feet):  9,397    
Duration(reels):  not available    

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  • John Ford's The Fugitive

    Mark R Patton 2017-06-02

    Great film. A must see for all those of Faith. MORE>

  • the fugitive

    kevin sellers 2017-05-21

    John Ford at his most stiffly reverential and thus most dull. Hell, even Fonda is dull. Not Ward Bond, though. There are some sins that Ford simply could... MORE>

  • john ford goes artsy

    don letta 2017-05-17

    The idea of watching this film in a computer colorized version, is like watching GWTW in black and white. John Ford uses black and white photography to... MORE>