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Three Fugitives
Nick Nolte and Martin Short
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Overview

When an inept, klutzy bank robber who, on his first heist, grabs a tough, notorious ex-con aiming to go straight as a hostage, no one believes the con's innocence nor the robber's guilt. This forces the mismatched pair to become reluctant partners in crime and run for the border with the robber's 6-year-old daughter in tow.

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Main Cast & Crew:
Francis Veber - Director
Nick Nolte
Martin Short
Sarah Rowland Doroff
James Earl Jones
Alan Ruck
Anthony Frederick
Bruno Acalinas
Carrie Frazier
Maryssa Larose
Mike McDonald

Details

    DVD Format
  • Format: DVD
  • Color Format: Color
  • UPC: 717951003294
  • Genre: COMEDIES
  • Rating: PG-13 (MPAA)
  • Release Date: April 2002

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Synopsis:
Remake of a sentimental French comedy about an ex-burglar named Lucas who unwittingly stumbles into a bank robbery the very day he's released from prison. The incompetent bank robber who masterminded the crime takes Lucas hostage, then forces Lucas to help him and his little girl escape to Mexico. Once again, Lucas finds himself on the wrong side of the law, as he tries to elude the police who naturally assume he was in on the job.

Notes:
Estimated budget $15 million. Filmed in Los Angeles and Pasadena, California and in Seattle and Tacoma, Washington, in Metrocolor. Began shooting April 4, 1988; completed shooting July 20, 1988. Released in the USA January 27, 1989. Released on video November 1, 1989. A remake of the French film, "Les Fugitifs," also directed by Veber, the original starred GĂ©rard Depardieu and Piere Richard as the mismatched comic pair. This was Kenneth McMillan's last film before his death on January 8, 1989. Rated BBFC 15 by the British Board of Film Censors.

Reviews:
"...Numerous good laughs....[The] cinematography makes distinctive the look of some gritty scenes..." - 02/01/1989 Variety

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