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Presumed Innocent (1990) Poster

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Kevin Costner and Robert Redford turned down the role of Rusty Sabich.
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Before the book was released in August 1987, producer Sydney Pollack purchased the rights to the film for $1 million.
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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.
The ending was given away in an episode of The Kids in the Hall (1988).
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Paul Winfield read the novel in the late 80's 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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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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First cinema feature of Jeffrey Wright(I).
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Theatrical film debut of Joseph Mazzello.
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The courtroom featured in the film was built in the back lot.
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A brief clip of a courtroom scene is shown in the film Ghosts of Mississippi (1996).
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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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