Peasants flock to the abandoned church where a fugitive priest (Henry Fonda) is conducting baptisms in director John Ford's The Fugitive, 1947, from a novel by Graham Greene.
The fugitive priest (Henry Fonda) attempts to slip away on a tramp steamer at Puerta Grande but is waylaid by a peasant child in director John Ford's The Fugitive, 1947.
Richard Kimble (Harrison Ford) is a successful Chicago based vascular surgeon who returns home from a party to find his wife (Sela Ward) dying following a brutal attack. He fights with a mysterious one-armed man, but the man escapes. Despite his attempts to save his wife and his testimony about the one-armed man, Kimble is convicted of first-degree murder, and sentenced to death by lethal injection.
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