U.S. Marshals

U.S. Marshals

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U.S. Marshals

Tommy Lee Jones returns to his Oscar-winning performance as a relentless cop who will stop at nothing to bring in his man in this pulse-pounding sequel to the runaway smash hit The Fugitive (1993). On DVD from Warner Home Video, the film is presented both in the original 1.85:1 anamorphic widescreen theatrical aspect ratio (enhanced for 16 x 9 TVs) and standard 1.33:1 full-screen pan-and-scan, This special edition DVD also features a blisteringly realistic closed-captioned English Dolby Digital 5.1 audio track in addition to an alternate French Dolby Digital Surround track and optional English, Spanish, and French subtitles. With such exciting features as a behind-the-scenes documentary, a historical documentary, audio commentary, production notes and theatrical trailers, this fully loaded disc offers detailed insight into the making of the film that will have viewers fascinated for hours.

Product Details

Release Date: 07/22/1998
UPC: 0085391562528
Original Release: 1998
Rating: R
Source: Warner Home Video
Region Code: 1
Presentation: [Wide Screen]
Sound: [Dolby Digital, stereo]
Time: 2:11:00

Special Features

Interactive behind-the-scenes documentary "Anatomy of the Plane Crash"; Historical documentary "Justice Under the Star"; Feature-length commentary by director Stuart Baird; Interactive menus; Production notes; 2 theatrical trailers; 3 TV spots; Scene access; Languages: English, Français; Subtitles: English, Français, Español

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Tommy Lee Jones Chief Deputy Marshal Sam Gerard
Wesley Snipes Mark Sheridan
Robert Downey John Royce
Kate Nelligan U.S. Marshal Walsh
Joe Pantoliano Deputy Marshal Cosmo Renfro
Irène Jacob Marie
Daniel Roebuck Biggs
Tom Wood Newman
La Tanya Richardson Cooper
Michael Paul Chan Chen
Lorenzo Clemons Starks
Mark Hanson Jimmy

Technical Credits
Stuart Baird Director
Maher Ahmad Production Designer
Keith Barish Executive Producer
Andrzej Bartkowiak Cinematographer
Stephen Brown Co-producer
Glenn Richard Cote Associate Producer
Peter Donen Special Effects Supervisor
Louise Frogley Costumes/Costume Designer
Wolfgang Glattes Executive Producer
Jerry Goldsmith Score Composer
Roy Huggins Executive Producer
Arnold Kopelson Producer
Anne Kopelson Producer
Vincent Lascoumes Asst. Director
Amanda Mackey-Johnson Casting
Bruce A. Miller Art Director
John Pogue Screenwriter
Terry Rawlings Editor
Mario Roberts Stunts
Lauren Rodriguez Special Effects Supervisor
Cathy Sandrich Casting
Gene Serdena Set Decoration/Design
Linda Warren Associate Producer
June Westmore Makeup
Mark Worthington Art Director

Scene Index

Main: Side #1
0. Jump To A Scene
1. On camera. [1:34]
2. An accident. [2:02]
3. Extra crispy bust. [3:23]
4. Celebrate! [2:50]
5. Mistaken identity. [1:43]
6. Escort duty. [1:44]
7. Into the unfriendly skies. [2:17]
8. Bathroom break. [3:07]
9. Mayday. [2:57]
10. Unhappy landing. [1:55]
11. Last men out. [3:44]
12. A fugitive. [3:44]
13. New team player. [4:47]
14. Hostages: seen it before. [4:15]
15. Drive, Mark said. [2:33]
16. Swamp search. [2:25]
17. Caught off guard. [4:24]
18. Taking it personally. [2:30]
19. A matter of trust. [3:00]
20. Next move. [3:18]
21. Questioning Marie. [3:54]
22. Deadly connection. [3:00]
23. What's going on here? [5:11]
24. The name's Sheridan. [3:04]
25. Got 'im-almost. [3:12]
26. Double pursuit. [6:10]
27. Trail to a cemetery. [2:54]
28. Fall guy. [3:59]
29. A sniper strikes. [2:24]
30. The chase. [2:34]
31. Senior citizen hotel. [3:11]
32. Walked right into it. [2:31]
33. Swing to freedom. [2:04]
34. We lost him. [1:40]
35. The great Sam Gerard. [5:04]
36. Cargo apprehended. [5:14]
37. Weapons check. [2:47]
38. The real traitor. [3:46]
39. In from the cold. [2:33]
40. End Credits. [7:21]

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U.S. Marshals 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
symphonySM More than 1 year ago
I do not watch movies very much, but I remember this movie long time ago, since then I have seen it about 5 times, better on DVD than the television for sure. Tommmy Lee actually did a fabulous job, I did not know who he was til this movie and then he became one of my favorite actors.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago