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    When I was in New York (to do a interview for Discovery Europe) I decoded to go to the Supreme court building early in the morning in hopes to catch some of the filming for Law & Order. When I arrived there were plenty of camera / production equipment but I did not see anyone from Law & Order. I asked what was being filmed and they said "U.S. Marshals." I thought to myself.. just great there filming something like "Cops" or "Highway Patrol..." Bummed out a bit I walked around the stairs of the Supreme court, and noticed Tommy Lee Jones standing there. He left after a bit went got a bagel, sat on the base of one of the pillars and ate it. Seemed really down to earth guy... There was no crowd around him, no guards, etc. Wesley Snipes showed up with numerous assistant's that formed kind of a ruff circle around him. Wesley spent all his time on his cell phone, and looked as if he was just there to do the scene and leave.

    I stayed and watch the various re-takes for about four hrs, it was fun.

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    When a prisoner transport plane carrying Deputy Sam Gerard as an escort crashes, one prisoner, Mark Sheridan helps him rescue some trapped prisoners and then escapes himself. Gerard and his crack team of U.S. Marshals start their pursuit, but the simple fugitive situation soon gets more complicated when Gerard learns that Sheridan is no mere criminal and the story behind his incrimination becomes more and more suspicious. At the same time, Mark Sheridan is out to find out the truth himself while keeping one step ahead of Gerard

Summary written by Kenneth Chisholm {kchishol@mnsi.net} as found at the IMDb

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A day on the filming of U.S. Marshals in N.Y.

The following pictures are 1998, Andrew H. Hochheimer, and may not be reposted, or reused without written permission.

I was standing right with the script, and could of easily leafed through it :)

 

 

 

 

 

 

Me Standing on the steps of the Supreme Court

 

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U.S. Marshals on DVD
Extra Features;
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Color, Closed-captioned, Widescreen
Commentary by director Stuart Baird
Production notes
Theatrical trailer(s)
Interactive special effects segment "Anatomy of a Plane Crash"
A documentary on the history of the U.S. Marshals "Justice Under the Star"
Widescreen anamorphic format
 
Audio CD (March 10, 1998)
U. S. Marshals: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack; Jerry Goldsmith
1. Nuggets & Bullets
2. Sinking Plane
3. Heading For The Swamp
4. Swamp Search
5. Eyes On The City
6. Airport Locker
7. Following Chen
8. Front Gate, The
9. Free To Go 
Mass Market Paperback - 241 pages (March 1998)
U.S. Marshals Book; Max Allan Collins
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"I am a huge fan of Tommy Lee Jones. I've watched U. S. Marshalls so many times I almost know the script by heart. I enjoyed your pictures of him on the web."

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