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The Fugitive (1993)

Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $183,875,760Details
International Box Office $169,839,557Details
Worldwide Box Office $353,715,317
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Metrics

Latest Ranking on Cumulative Box Office Lists

RecordRankAmount
All Time Domestic Box Office (Rank 201-300) 224 $183,875,760
All Time International Box Office (Rank 401-500) 479 $169,839,557
All Time Worldwide Box Office (Rank 301-400) 334 $353,715,317
All Time Domestic Box Office for Warner Bros. Movies 44 $183,875,760
All Time International Box Office for Warner Bros. Movies 75 $169,839,557
All Time Worldwide Box Office for Warner Bros. Movies 62 $353,715,317

See the Box Office tab (Domestic) and International tab (International and Worldwide) for more Cumulative Box Office Records.


Movie Details

Production Budget:$44,000,000
Domestic Releases: August 6th, 1993 (Wide) by Warner Bros.
Video Release: March 26th, 1997 by Warner Home Video, released as Fugitive, The
MPAA Rating: PG-13 for murder and other action sequences in an adventure setting
Running Time: 130 minutes
Franchise: Fugitive
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Keywords: Film Noir, Wrongfully Convicted, Fugitive / On the Run
Source:Based on TV
Genre:Thriller/Suspense
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Contemporary Fiction
Production Companies: Warner Bros.
Production Countries: United States

Ranking on other Records and Milestones

RecordRankAmountChart
Date
Days In
Release
Columbus Day (All Movies, 3-Day, Inflation Adjusted) 262 $5,070,024 Oct 8, 1993 66
Biggest Domestic 8th Weekend 80 $5,231,382 Sep 24, 1993 52
Biggest Domestic 7th Weekend 74 $7,141,890 Sep 17, 1993 45
Fastest to $150m 268 $154,293,908 Sep 17, 1993 45
Biggest Domestic 6th Weekend 88 $8,316,440 Sep 10, 1993 38
Biggest Domestic 5th Weekend 16 $17,239,413 Sep 3, 1993 31
Biggest Domestic September Weekend 68 $17,239,413 Sep 3, 1993 31
Labor Day (All Movies, 3-Day) 4 $17,239,413 Sep 3, 1993 31
Labor Day (All Movies, 3-Day, Inflation Adjusted) 2 $37,352,062 Sep 3, 1993 31
Fastest to $100m 400 $111,203,521 Aug 27, 1993 24
Fastest to $50m 559 $60,056,238 Aug 13, 1993 10
Biggest Domestic August Weekend 64 $23,758,855 Aug 6, 1993 3
Top Based on TV Weekend Domestic 77 $23,758,855 Aug 6, 1993 3
Top Thriller/Suspense Weekend Domestic 79 $23,758,855 Aug 6, 1993 3

Leading Cast

   Dr. Richard Kimble

Supporting Cast

Tommy Lee Jones    U.S. Marshal Samuel Gerard
Sela Ward    Helen Kimble
Joe Pantoliano    Cosmo Renfro
Andreas Katsulas    Sykes
Jeroen Krabbe    Dr. Charles Nichols
Julianne Moore    Dr. Anne Eastman
Daniel Roebuck    Deputy Marshal Robert Biggs
L. Scott Caldwell    Poole
Ron Dean    Detective Kelly
Joseph Kosala    Detective Rosetti
Tom Wood    Newman
Dick Cusack    Walter Gutherie
Richard Riehle    Old Guard
Andy Romano    Judge Bennett
Nick Searcy    Sheriff Rawlins
Miguel Nino    Chicago Cop #1
John Drummond    Newscaster
Tony Fosco    Chicago Cop #2
Joseph F. Fisher    Otto Sloan
James Liautuad    Paul
David Darlow    Dr. Lentz
Tom Galouzis    Surgeon
James F. Fisher    Surgeon
Mark D. Espinoza    Resident
John E. Ellis    Anesthesiologist
Gene Barge    11th District Cop
Thomas C. Simmons    11th District Cop
Joseph Guzaldo    Prosecutor
Nick Kusenko    Assistant Defense Attorney
Joan Kohn    Assistant Prosecuting Attorney
Joe D. Lauck    Forensic Technician
Joseph V. Guastaferro    Coroner
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
Kevin Crowley    State Trooper
Michael Gaylord James    Head Welder
Michael Skewes    Highway Patrolman
Ila Cathleen Stallings    Duty Nurse
Linda Casaletto    Rural Hospital Nurse
Cody Glenn    Paramedic
Cynthia Baker    Woman in Car
Johnny Lee Davenport    Marshal Henry
Mike Bacarella    Marshal Stevens
Bill Cusack    Tracing Technician
David Hodges    Marshal David
Lillie Richardson    Copeland's Girlfriend
Peter J. Caria, IV    Billy
Tighe Barry    Windshield Washer
Monika Chabrowski    Polish Landlady
Lonnie Sima    Landlady's Son
Oksana Fedunyszyn    Myoelectric Receptionist
Orlando Garcia    Desmondo
Afram Bill Williams    Salesman
Bruce L. Gewertz    Dr. Bruce
Jane Lynch    Dr. Kathy Wahlund
Joseph Rotkvich    Officer Joseph
Steven Lilovich    Officer Steve
Noelle Bou-Sliman    Myoelectric Technician
Roxanne Roberts    Trauma Doctor
Alex Hernandez    Trauma Doctor
Theron Touche Lykes    Orderly
Joel Robinson    Boy Patient
Greg Hollimon    Skating Orderly
Cheryl Lynn Bruce    OR Doctor
Marie Ware    Nurse Gladys
Bernard McGee    Man
Ann Whitney    Myoelectric Director
Lily Monkus    Desk Clerk
Willie Lucas    Desk Clerk
Turk Muller    Clearing Officer
Ana Maria Alvarez    La Cubana
Eugene F. Crededio    Visitation Guard
Maurice Person    Clive Driscoll
Terry Hard    Officer Hormel
Pam Zekman    Newscaster
David Pasquesi    Newscaster
Brent Shaphren    Doctor at Bar
Stephen A. Landsman    Doctor at Bar
B.J. Jones    Doctor at Bar
Drucilla A. Carlson    Gerard's Secretary
Margaret Moore    Nichols Assistant
Manny Lopez    Seminar Doctor
John M. Watson, Sr.    Bones Roosevelt
Kirsten Nelson    Betty
Juan A. Ramirez    Man on El
Neil Flynn    Transit Cop
Allen Hamilton    Host
Eric Fudala    Hotel Security Guard
Lester Holt    Newscaster
Jay Levine    Newscaster

For a description of the different acting role types we use to categorize acting perfomances, see our Glossary.

Production and Technical Credits

   Director
Arnold Kopelson    Producer
Roy Huggins    Character Creator
Jeb Stuart    Screenwriter
David Twohy    Screenwriter
David Twohy    Story Creator
Roy Huggins    Executive Producer
Keith Barish    Executive Producer
Peter MacGregor-Scott    Co-Producer
James Newton Howard    Composer
Michael Chapman    Director of Photography
Dennis Washington    Production Designer
Dennis Virkler    Editor
David Finfer    Editor
Stephen Brown    Co-Producer
Nana Greenwald    Co-Producer
Tom Mack    Assistant Director
Terry J. Leonard    Second Unit Director
Mike Gray    Second Unit Director
Robert Grand    Unit Production Manager
James A. Dennett, Sr.    Unit Production Manager
Maher Ahmad    Art Director
Charles Wood    Art Director
Rick Gentz    Set Decorator
Gary H. Holt    Second Unit Camera
George Kohut    Second Unit Camera
William Mesa    Visual Effects Supervisor
Aggie Guerard Rodgers    Costume Designer
Linda Henrikson    Costume Supervisor
Dov Hoenig    Editor
Dean Goodhill    Editor
Don Brochu    Editor
Richard Nord    Editor
Scott D. Smith    Sound Mixer
Michael Herbick    Re-recording Mixer
Frank A. Montano    Re-recording Mixer
Donald O. Mitchell    Re-recording Mixer
John Leveque    Supervising Sound Editor
Bruce Stambler    Supervising Sound Editor
Steven J. Schwalbe    Sound Effects Editor
Donald L. Warner, Jr.    Sound Effects Editor
Greg Stacy    Sound Effects Editor
Victor Iorillo    Sound Effects Editor
Anthony R. Milch    Sound Effects Editor
Shawn Sykora    Sound Effects Editor
Marshall Winn    Sound Effects Editor
Jay Nierenberg    Sound Effects Editor
Frank Kniest    Sound Effects Editor
Lance Brown    Sound Effects Editor
Glenn Hoskinson    Sound Effects Editor
Hector Gika    Sound Effects Editor
Michael Dressel    Sound Effects Editor
Patrick M. Bietz    Sound Effects Editor
Sam Gemette    Sound Effects Editor
Becky Sullivan    Supervising Dialogue Editor
Stu Bernstein    Dialogue Editor
Karen Wilson    Dialogue Editor
Howell Gibbens    Dialogue Editor
Kimberly Lowe-Voigt    Dialogue Editor
James Beshears    Dialogue Editor
Gaston Biraben    Dialogue Editor
Gary Mundheim    Dialogue Editor
Jim Weidman    Music Editor
Peter Robb-King    Make up
Kathe Swanson    Hairstylist
Dugan Dugan    Dialogue
Amanda Mackey    Casting Director
Cathy Sandrich    Casting Director
Terry J. Leonard    Stunt Coordinator

The bold credits above the line are the "above-the-line" credits, the other the "below-the-line" credits.

Domestic Cumulative Box Office Records


Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossWeek
1993/08/06 1 $23,758,855   2,340 $10,153   $23,758,855 1
1993/08/13 1 $22,438,277 -6% 2,364 $9,492   $60,056,238 2
1993/08/20 1 $18,148,331 -19% 2,388 $7,600   $89,126,724 3
1993/08/27 1 $14,502,865 -20% 2,425 $5,981   $111,203,521 4
1993/09/03 1 $17,239,413 +19% 2,425 $7,109   $133,670,684 5
1993/09/10 1 $8,316,440 -52% 2,374 $3,503   $144,536,899 6
1993/09/17 2 $7,141,890 -14% 2,332 $3,063   $154,293,908 7
1993/09/24 3 $5,231,382 -27% 2,203 $2,375   $161,438,942 8
1993/10/01 8 $3,449,017 -34% 2,011 $1,715   $166,325,128 9
1993/10/08 11 $2,340,011 -32% 1,500 $1,560   $169,640,042 10
1993/10/15 9 $2,021,360 -14% 1,202 $1,682   $172,494,360 11

Daily Box Office Performance

Weekly Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossWeek
1993/08/06 1 $37,617,961   2,340 $16,076   $37,617,961 1
1993/08/13 1 $33,360,432 -11% 2,364 $14,112   $70,978,393 2
1993/08/20 1 $25,722,263 -23% 2,388 $10,771   $96,700,656 3
1993/08/27 1 $19,730,615 -23% 2,425 $8,136   $116,431,271 4
1993/09/03 1 $19,789,188 n/c 2,425 $8,160   $136,220,459 5
1993/09/10 1 $10,931,559 -45% 2,374 $4,605   $147,152,018 6
1993/09/17 2 $9,055,542 -17% 2,332 $3,883   $156,207,560 7
1993/09/24 3 $6,668,551 -26% 2,203 $3,027   $162,876,111 8
1993/10/01 8 $4,423,920 -34% 2,011 $2,200   $167,300,031 9
1993/10/08 8 $3,172,969 -28% 1,500 $2,115   $170,473,000 10

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