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Fugitive Hunter (2005)

Quick is sinking fast: deep in debt, facing eviction in thirty days and watching his family slowly slip through his grasp. With no place to turn, Quick resorts to the ruthless and lucrative... See full summary »

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Cast overview, first billed only:
Wayne Wallace Wayne Wallace ... Quick
Aaref Rodriguez ... Keno (as R.F. Rodriguez)
Hugh McChord ... Travian
Tarsha Vega Tarsha Vega ... Tracy
Roger W. Clark Roger W. Clark ... Neil Swift
John Pellman John Pellman ... Orin
Rob Anthony Gray ... Vincent (as Rob Anthony)
Deborah O'Brien ... Carol Brighton
Jason Bortz ... Ed Freeman
Danielle Moné Truitt ... Patrice (as Danielle Mone Thrower)
Petri Hawkins-Byrd ... Judge
Kevin Hale Kevin Hale ... Frankie
Carlos Azevedos Carlos Azevedos ... Jason Hale
Brooks Oswald Brooks Oswald ... Bar Girls
Ivan Bracy Jr. Ivan Bracy Jr. ... Marcus


Quick is sinking fast: deep in debt, facing eviction in thirty days and watching his family slowly slip through his grasp. With no place to turn, Quick resorts to the ruthless and lucrative world of fugitive recovery, becoming a front runner in a band of veteran bail recovery agents-bounty hunters-working for Neil Swift, an old friend and partner of Quick's father. Enjoying sudden and unexpected prosperity, Quick finds himself at the top of his game, unaware that he is in the middle of a deadly conspiracy. Stumbling upon a suspicious file, Quick and his best friend Keno soon find themselves chasing Travian Woods, an elusive and dangerous criminal with mysterious ties to Swift Bail Bond Agency. With the aid of Tracy, an informant, Quick uncovers not only the tracks of his prey but also the ulterior motives of Swift. Digging deeper, he realizes that it is his own grave he is digging, and the hunter becomes the hunted. End of the Law is an action-packed look into the real world of ... Written by Anonymous

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Changing the Future of Law Enforcement



Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)

Rated R for violence and language


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Release Date:

13 September 2005 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

End of the Law See more »

Filming Locations:

Sacramento, California, USA See more »

Company Credits

Production Co:

Blue Bomber Entertainment See more »
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Technical Specs

Sound Mix:

Dolby Digital



Aspect Ratio:

1.66 : 1
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Quick: The very moment you fear... is the very moment you should act.
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Pleasantly surprised
19 September 2005 | by dbydeeSee all my reviews

Watched the film last night!

I was very pleasantly surprised by this production. I found myself drawn in to the movie from the beginning and through to the end. I'm no fugitive, so I never knew about the 8th Amendment and the rights of bail law, or for that matter how the bail bonds agencies cope with bail jumpers. I realize that the movie was embellished from actual events, however I found the film to be very believable.

I am especially impressed with the fact that the drama of the film was tempered by Keno's quirky comic relief. Hats off to this tremendous effort considering all the constraints of low budget productions. How often are we treated to an action drama with none of the "Hollywood" gratuities?

The film-look fits the genre, grainy; low budget and dark, I thought the Director made a good call there.

What's next!!

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