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The Running Man

The Running Man(1963)

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Brief Synopsis

A man fakes his death to get back at the insurance company that denied an earlier claim.

Cast & Crew

Carol Reed Director
Laurence Harvey Rex Black
Lee Remick Stella Black
Alan Bates Stephen Maddox
Harold Goldblatt Tom Webster
Noel Purcell Miles Bleeker
Ramsay Ames Madge Penderby
Fernando Rey Police official
Eddie Byrne Sam Crewdson
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Additional Details

MPAA Ratings:  Premiere Info:  New York opening: 2 Oct 1963
Release Date:  1963 Production Date:  []
A Carol Reed Production
none available
Color/B&W:  Color (Eastmancolor) Distributions Co:  Columbia Pictures
Sound:  Mono (Westrex Recording System) Production Co:  Peet Productions
Duration(mins):  103 Country:  United Kingdom
Duration(feet):  not available    
Duration(reels):  not available    

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  • running man

    kevin sellers 2018-05-26

    Disagree with previous reviewer Don Letta that "Manchurian Cand." was Harvey's only decent performance. Guy was pretty damn good in... MORE>

  • '60's travellogue with story...

    don letta 2018-05-13

    Unfortunately, not a very good story, at least not very well presented. Lee Remick and Alan Bates are at their most beautiful, while Harvey is alarmingly... MORE>

  • Lee, Harvey, and oddball

    Jeff Boston 2018-05-13

    Weird seeing Fernando Rey as a police officer, but weirder was the hair color of the boney-armed Harvey's Rex-turned-Jim, and weirder still was the... MORE>