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The Missing (2003)

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When rancher and single mother of two Maggie Gilkeson sees her teenage daughter, Lily, kidnapped by Apache rebels, she reluctantly accepts the help of her estranged father, Samuel, in tracking down the kidnappers. Along the way, the two must learn to reconcile the past and work together if they are going to have any hope of getting Lily back before she is taken over the border and forced to become a prostitute.

Director: Ron Howard
Writer: Ken Kaufman

Release Date: 2003-11-26
Status: Released
Run time: 135 min / 2:15
Budget: $60,000,000
Production Companies : Columbia Pictures, Imagine Entertainment, Revolution Studios, Daniel Ostroff Productions
Production Country: United States of America
Release Date: 2003-11-26
Status: Released
Run time: 135 min / 2:15
Budget: $60,000,000

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Casts

Tommy Lee Jones
as Samuel Jones
Cate Blanchett
as Maggie Gilkeson
Evan Rachel Wood
as Lilly Gilkeson
Jenna Boyd
as Dot Gilkeson
Aaron Eckhart
as Brake Baldwin
Val Kilmer
as Lt. Jim Ducharme
Eric Schweig
as Pesh-Chidin / El Brujo
Steve Reevis
as Two Stone
Jay Tavare
as Kayitah
Simon Baker
as Honesco, Kayitah's son
Ray McKinnon
as Russell J. Wittick
Max Perlich
as Isaac Edgerly
Elisabeth Moss
as Anne
Clint Howard
as Sheriff Purdy
Rance Howard
as Telegraph Operator
Deborah Martinez
as Maria Nunez
Scarlett McAlister
as Captive Girl
Arron Shiver
as Rancher
David Midthunder
as Apache Scout
Sergio Calderón
as Emiliano
Ramon Frank
as Grummond
Deryle J. Lujan
as Naazhaao / 'Hunter'
Rod Rondeaux
as Hudlao
Angelina Torres
as Esmerelda Nunez (as Angelina C. Torres)

Crew

Directing Ron Howard Director
Writing Ken Kaufman Screenplay
Production Steve Crystal Executive Producer
Production Brian Grazer Producer
Production Todd Hallowell Executive Producer
Production Ron Howard Producer
Production Daniel Ostroff Producer
Camera Salvatore Totino Director of Photography
Editing Daniel P. Hanley Editor
Editing Mike Hill Editor
Production Jo Edna Boldin Casting
Production Janet Hirshenson Casting
Costume & Make-Up Julie Weiss Costume Design
Production Jane Jenkins Casting
Sound James Horner Original Music Composer
Writing Thomas Eidson Novel

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