Ep. 14 - James Newton Howard's 'The Fugitive'
Film Music Fridays • Documentary, Music, 19-Jul-2019
In this week’s episode, Justin talks about James Newton Howard’s dynamic, fun, and jazzy score to one of the most riveting thrillers of the early 90’s - The Fugitive. Directed by Andrew Davis, the 1993 American action thriller film was a major success, and was nominated for seven Academy Awards including Best Picture.
Where to watch: https://letterboxd.com/film/the-fugitive-1993/
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