Fugitive, The

Fugitive, The

(Dr. Richard Kimble) tale of wrongfully-accused man fleeing imprisonment. [TV: Terrace, I, 290–291]
See: Escape
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SAN FRANCISCO - Max Factor cosmetics heir Andrew Luster cannot appeal his rape convictions because he fled his trial and became a fugitive, the California Supreme Court decided Wednesday.
When, as in this case, the effort is to photograph the very nature of the photographic--the fugitive, the transitory, the inaccessible of existence itself--we discover a work whose enormous beauty arises, without any aestheticizing concessions, solely from its own syntactic approach.
The 1994 retreat began with a haft-day exercise similar to the one held in 1993, with one notable exception: After each team had located its fugitive, the three teams had to work together to locate a bag of money the fugitives had hidden nearby.
These pictures join other recent releases such as Dennis the Menace, The Fugitive, The Beverly Hillbillies, The Coneheads, The Naked Gun 33 1/3, Addams Family Values, and Wayne's World II in what has emerged as the number-one growth trend in Hollywood: movies based on TV material.