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The Gray Man (2007)

R | | Biography, Crime, Thriller | 2007 (USA)
Obsessive manhunt to identify and capture a despicable serial killer.

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Cast

Credited cast:
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Albert Fish
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Det. Will King
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Captain Ayers
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Delia Budd
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Albert Fish, Jr.
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Detective Maher
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Gertrude
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Grace Budd
Shaun Senter ...
Pale Boy
Ben Hall ...
Albert Budd
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Colin Anderson ...
Spanked Boy
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Lee Sicowski
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Reporter #1
Jason Burkhart ...
John DeMarco
Mitchell Burns ...
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Storyline

Obsessive manhunt to identify and capture a despicable serial killer.

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Rated R for disturbing violent content including graphic descriptions of aberrant behavior, and some language | See all certifications »
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Wisteria: The Story of Albert Fish  »

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$1,300,000 (estimated)
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(at around 40 mins) When Albert and Grace board a train. The locomotive of the train is a Diesel-Electric model that was produced between 1949 and 1953. See more »

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Il Etait Un Petit Navire
Written by Germaine Tailleferre and Henri Jeanson
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A Disney Channel Delight
18 May 2013 | by See all my reviews

Albert Fish was one of the most monstrous of human monsters. While this movie shows him being prepared for electrocution, after he was convicted of kidnapping and cannibalizing a little girl, he taunted his captors that he was also responsible for nearly l00 other unsolved murders. This movie is so devoid of shock, horror, tension, grimness that it could be shown on the Disney Channel with just a few minor cuts. It's like the movie makers were determined to make a "serious" "artful" movie that would not upset anyone. Everything in this film is clean, glossy, sunny and the actor who portrays Albert Fish is so handsome and charming that it's like he walked in from a soap opera. The horrendous life of Albert Fish and the horrors he perpetrated deserves a shocking, bloody, horrific treatment. Nothing in this tame, pallid production suggests any of these qualities.


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