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Time to Run (1973)

PG | | Drama | 24 January 1973 (USA)
Jeff is in conflict with everything; his girlfriend, mom, dad but especially himself. In frustration, he strikes out against his dad by vandalizing equipment at a nuclear plant where he's supervisor. Jeff eludes capture and hits the road.

Director:

James F. Collier

Writers:

Allan Sloane (screenplay), Dave Hunt (story)
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Nominated for 1 Golden Globe. See more awards »

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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Ed Nelson ... Warren Cole
Randall Carver ... Jeff Cole
Barbara Sigel ... Michelle
Joan Winmill Brown Joan Winmill Brown ... Mrs. Cole
Gordon Rigsby Gordon Rigsby ... Dave
Alvy Moore ... Officer Andy Sildania
Randy Bullock Randy Bullock ... Street Preacher
David Hayward
Florence Lake
Rickey Kelman ... (as Rick Kelman)
Booth Colman Booth Colman ... Officer Harvey
Robert Tregenza Robert Tregenza
Patti Hodges Patti Hodges
John Alderman
Heath Jobes Heath Jobes
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Storyline

Jeff is in conflict with everything; his girlfriend, mom, dad but especially himself. In frustration, he strikes out against his dad by vandalizing equipment at a nuclear plant where he's supervisor. Jeff eludes capture and hits the road.

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She has something everyone needs. He needs it desperately. See more »

Genres:

Drama

Certificate:

PG | See all certifications »
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Details

Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

24 January 1973 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

Burbank, California, USA See more »

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Technical Specs

Sound Mix:

Mono

Color:

Color (Eastmancolor)
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Trivia

The poem being read at the beginning of the movie is The Hound of Heaven, by Francis Thompson (1859-1907). See more »

Soundtracks

I Love You
Written by Randy Stonehill
Performed by Randy Stonehill
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Excellent movie with real feeling
29 June 2000 | by thericaSee all my reviews

This movie was produced as a Billy Graham evangelistic tool, shown in theatres nationwide for free, followed by the typical altar calls and evangelistic follow-ups of Billy Graham's organization.

It was really well-made and featured a few decent actors and actresses. The plot wasn't just "Get Saved or Go to Hell"- it deals with youth issues, nuclear pollution and environmental issues and political activism, the ego's which some executives are prone toward and its effect on their often-neglected families, and young romance between two people of somewhat different backgrounds and views coming to terms with their well-enacted relationship.

It's a well-balanced movie, not just a stereotypical religious pitch so often associated with Billy Graham by the general public.

Also featured is music by Randy Stonehill, who later made a name for himself as a well-known Christian guitarist and musician and contemporary of Larry Norman, the originator of the "One Way" hand-sign which symbolized the early Jesus Movement.

Good for the whole family, and especially youths dealing with their identities and quest for spiritual meaning.


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