This movie starring Harrison Ford, Tommy Lee Jones and Joe Pantoliano was filmed at more than 7 locations. Among them City Hall Chicago in Chicago, United States. All filming locations of The Fugitive from 1993 are listed below.
Wrongfully convicted of murdering his wife and sentenced to death, Richard Kimble escapes from the law in an attempt to find the real killer and clear his name.
Action, Thriller, Drama
United States of America
Harrison Ford (Richard Kimble), Tommy Lee Jones (Samuel Gerard), Joe Pantoliano (Cosmo Renfro), Jeroen Krabbé (Charles Nichols), Daniel Roebuck (Biggs), L. Scott Caldwell (Poole), Tom Wood (Newman) more..., Ron Dean (Detective Kelly), Joseph F. Kosala (Detective Rosetti), Andreas Katsulas (Frederick Sykes), Sela Ward (Helen Kimble), Julianne Moore (Anne Eastman), Miguel Nino (Chicago Cop #1), John Drummond (Newscaster), Tony Fosco (Chicago Cop #2), Joseph F. Fisher (Otto Sloan), James Liautaud (Paul), David Darlow (Dr. Lentz), Tom Galouzis (Surgeon), James F. McKinsey (Surgeon), Mark D. Espinoza (Resident), John E. Ellis (Anesthesiologist), Gene Barge (11th District Cop), Thomas Charles Simmons (11th District Cop), Joe Guzaldo (Prosecutor), Dick Cusack (Walter Gutherie), Nicholas Kusenko (Assistant Defense Attorney), Joan Kohn (Assistant Prosecuting Attorney), Joe Guastaferro (Coroner), Andy Romano (Judge Bennett), Richard Riehle (Old Guard), Thom Vernon (Carlson), Ken Moreno (Partida), Eddie Bo Smith Jr. (Copeland), Frank Ray Perilli (Jail Officer), Otis Wilson (Jail Officer), Pancho Demmings (Young Guard), Jim Wilkey (Bus Driver), Danny Goldring (Head Illinois State Trooper), Nick Searcy (Sheriff Rawlins) and others.
Jeb Stuart (Screenplay), David Twohy (Screenplay), Arnold Kopelson (Producer), Keith Barish (Executive Producer), Roy Huggins (Executive Producer), James Newton Howard (Original Music Composer), Michael Chapman (Director of Photography) more..., Amanda Mackey (Casting), Cathy Sandrich Gelfond (Casting), John P. Mesa (Camera Operator), Stephen Joel Brown (Co-Producer), Nana Greenwald (Co-Producer), Peter Macgregor-Scott (Co-Producer), J. Dennis Washington (Production Design), Maher Ahmad (Art Direction), Rick Gentz (Set Decoration), Aggie Guerard Rodgers (Costume Design), James A. Dennett (Unit Production Manager), Robert Grand (Unit Production Manager), Linda Henrikson (Costume Supervisor), William Mesa (Visual Effects Supervisor), Bob Putynkowski (Color Timer), Roy Huggins (Characters), David Twohy (Story), Dennis Virkler (Editor), Richard Nord (Editor), Dov Hoenig (Editor), Dean Goodhill (Editor), David Finfer (Editor), Don Brochu (Editor), Michael C. Mason (Music Score Producer), Douglas E. Madison (Property Master), Robert Ulrich (ADR Editor), Gary Mundheim (Dialogue Editor), Becky Sullivan (Supervising Dialogue Editor), Kimberly Ellen Lowe (Dialogue Editor), Howell Gibbens (Dialogue Editor), Karen G. Wilson (Dialogue Editor), Gaston Biraben (Dialogue Editor), James Beshears (Dialogue Editor) and others.
Warner Bros. Pictures
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Richard Kimble succeeds in running from the police. He exits the building and runs toward the parade.
Samuel Gerard thinks he sees Richard Kimble walking down the stairs. He calls his name. The chase starts again…
Richard Kimble is looking for evidence that shows he did not kill his wife and goes to the hospital to get some info about the one-armed man.
Dr. Richard Kimble runs for his live in front of a derailed freight train.
The fugitive Dr. Richard Kimble is being chased by US Marshal Samuel Gerard and his team. Gerard almost catches him at the dam, but Kimble decides to jump.
Richard Kimble confronts Charles Nichols with the truth about the research during his speech at the hotel.