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Presumed Innocent (1990) Poster

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Harrison Ford's hair was cut in such a way to make him look "wimpier" than his previous brave leading man roles.
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Near the beginning, Harrison Ford sits down at a computer to review case files. Most of the defendants listed for various sex-related crimes are actually members of the crew on the film.
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Paul Winfield read the novel in the late 80s and loved it, telling his agent if a movie was ever made, he had to have the role of the judge. A few years later when the movie was actually in preproduction, Winfield campaigned hard for the part of the judge, impressing director Alan J. Pakula, who auditioned him and subsequently cast him.
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Kevin Costner and Robert Redford turned down the role of Rusty Sabich.
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One of a cycle of thrillers made during the early 1990s which were set around husband and wife characters. The films include Malice (1993), Deceived (1991), Shattered (1991), Mortal Thoughts (1991), Consenting Adults (1992), Unlawful Entry (1992), Presumed Innocent (1990), Guilty as Sin (1993), Sleeping with the Enemy (1991) and A Kiss Before Dying (1991).
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After the the murder of Carolyn Polhemus, Barbara Sabich wears dresses very similar to Carolyn's.
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Before the book was released in August 1987, producer Sydney Pollack purchased the rights to the film for 1 million dollars.
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John Spencer (Det. Liprazer), Bradley Whitford (Jamie Kemp) and Jesse Bradford (Nat Sabich) would go on to star together in The West Wing (1999).
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The ending was given away in an episode of The Kids in the Hall (1988).
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First cinema feature of Jeffrey Wright.
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Lt. Carolyn Palamas (pronounced Pohlemus) was the name of the female love interest in the Star Trek (1966) episode "Who Mourns for Adonis?"
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Theatrical film debut of Joseph Mazzello.
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A house used for the interior and exterior settings for the Sabich residence is located in Allendale, New Jersey.
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Sydney Pollack considered directing the film himself.
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A brief clip of a courtroom scene is shown in the film Ghosts of Mississippi (1996).
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