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Cape Fear(1962)

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  • Juliette Lewis was named 1st runner-up in the New York Film Critics Circle's voting for Best Supporting Actress of 1991. Freddie Francis was also named 1st runner-up in the category of Best Cinematography.
  • Released in United States 2000
  • Released in United States March 1979
  • Released in United States on Video May 14, 1996
  • Released in United States Spring April 12, 1962
  • Shown at benefit premiere for Film Society of Lincoln Center in New York City November 6, 1991.
  • Shown at Berlin Film Festival (in competition) February 13-24, 1992.
  • Shown in New York City (Film Forum) as part of program "Neo Noir" February 18 - April 6, 2000.
  • A remake of the 1962 film directed by J Lee Thompson, written by James R Webb.
  • Released in United States 2000 (Shown in New York City (Film Forum) as part of program "Neo Noir" February 18 - April 6, 2000.)
  • Released in United States March 1979 (Shown at FILMEX: Los Angeles International Film Exposition (The 50-Hour Mighty MovieMarathon: Mystery and Suspense) March 14-30, 1979.)
  • Released in United States Spring April 12, 1962
  • Released in United States on Video May 14, 1996
  • Gregory Peck, who played Sam Bowden in the 1962 original plays Lee Heller in Martin Scorsese's 1991 remake. Robert Mitchum, who played Max Cady in the original, is seen as Lieutenant Elgart. Martin Balsim, who played Mark Dutton, is seen in the role of the Judge.
  • Began shooting November 19, 1990.
  • Completed shooting March 17, 1991.
  • The first film in Martin Scorsese's six-film production deal with Universal Pictures, and his first project in Panavision.
  • Elmer Bernstein adapted and rearranged Bernard Herrmann's orginal score.
  • Re-made in 1992, directed by Martin Scorsese with Robert De Niro, Nick Nolte, and Jessica Lange in the title roles.