The Fugitive was filmed in Chicago in the United States of America.
Square N Clark Street
Scene where Richard Kimble succeeds in running from the police. He exits the building and runs toward the parade.
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Scene where Samuel Gerard thinks he sees Richard Kimble walking down the stairs. He calls his name. The chase starts again…
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Scene where Dr. Richard Kimble runs for his live in front of a derailed freight train.
Scene was shot The remains of the iconic train crash from the movie The Fugitive can still be found rusting along the Great Smoky Railroad. The scene was shot on a stretch of the Smoky Mountain Railroad using the most practical special effects of all, a real train and a real bus. The movie was made far before CGI effects became the standard in filmmaking, and instead of using miniatures the filmmakers simply placed a full-size bus in the path of an oncoming freight train, and let physics do the rest. The bus was nearly torn in half by the impact, and the train was made to derail after the collision leaving nothing but mangled wrecks in its wake. Park on the side of Haywood Road near the Jackson County Green Energy Park and look down the slope across the street to see the wreck.
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Scene where The fugitive Dr. Richard Kimble is being chased by US Marshal Samuel Gerard and his team. Gerard almost catches him at the dam, but Kimble decides to jump.
Scene was shot The Cheoah Dam is a hydroelectric complex located in Graham and Swain counties in North Carolina, on the Little Tennessee River. The Cheoah project began in 1916. Cheoah Dam helps form the long, narrow Cheoah Reservoir. The elevation of Cheoah Reservoir is 1,276.8 feet (389.2 m). When completed, the 225-foot (69 m) dam was the world's highest overflow dam.
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John H. Stroger Jr. Hospital of Cook County
Scene where Richard Kimble is looking for evidence that shows he did not kill his wife and goes to the hospital to get some info about the one-armed man.
Scene was shot The John H. Stroger Jr. Hospital of Cook County is also known by its former name, the Cook County Hospital. It is a public hospital in Chicago. It opened in 1857. The hospital was rebuilt in 1916. The former Cook County Hospital building has been gutted and is being renovated as a privately funded mixed use development.
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