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Fugitive, The (1947) — (Movie Clip) I Baptize Thee

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    Fugitive, The (1947) — (Movie Clip) I Baptize Thee

    Director John Ford’s second movement, as a Mexican village, from which all priests have been driven away, assembles for ceremonies officiated by Henry Fonda, himself hiding from the law, Dolores Del Rio the mother, Gabriel Figueroa’s camera still the main feature, in The Fugitive, 1947.

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Continuing John Ford’s exposition of key characters, Pedro Armendariz as “a Lieutenant Of Police,” dispatching his own duties as well as those of the preoccupied chief (Leo Carrillo), cinematographer Gabriel Figueroa leading the way, in The Fugitive, 1947, from Graham Greene’s novel. >
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Opening narration by Ward Bond, John Ford directing from Dudley Nichols’ adaptation of Graham Greene’s novel, Henry Fonda the title character, with Dolores Del Rio, clear from the start that Ford’s chief interest is Gabriel Figueroa’s virtuosic cinematography, from The Fugitive, 1947. >
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