Framed convict Clem (Trevor Howard) gets a visit from Sally (Sally Gray), the former girlfriend of his former partner, seeking common ground, in They Made Me A Fugitive, 1947, directed by (Alberto) Cavalcanti.
“Ain’t never gonna have no partner,” LAPD Det. James Carter insists. He gets a partner. And since that partner is played by dynamic martial arts legend Jackie Chan and motor-mouthed Carter is played by wisecracking Chris Tucker, Rush Hour zooms along with gleeful chemistry under the dynamic directorial hand of Brett Ratner. The case: rescue the kidnapped daughter of a visiting Hong Kong official. The result: amazing stunts (Chan does his own) and verbal wit (well, Tucker does his own, too!) that delivered a kick to the buddy-cop genre – and gave Chan his long-awaited, mainstream-U.S. breakthrough. Own this on blu-ray 12/07. For more information, check out http://www.wbshop.com/
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