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Stranger on the Run

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(NBC, 10/31/1967, 120 mins). In his TV movie debut, Henry Fonda is a drifter who finds himself wrongly accused of murder by a hostile sheriff and chased into the desert with a horse, some supplies, a one-hour start, and a deadly posse on his heels. Anne Baxter also entered television moviemaking with this one—and director Don Siegel left it. Based on a story by Reginald Rose.

Production Company Universal Television. Director Don Siegel. Producer Richard E Lyons. Teleplay Dean Riesner. Based on a Story by Reginald Rose. Photography Bud Thackery. Music Leonard Rosenman. Theme Song Kay Scott. Song performed by Bill Anderson. Editor Richard G. Wray. Art Director William D. DeCinces.

Cast Henry Fonda (Ben Chamberlain), Anne Baxter (Valverda Johnson), Michael Parks (Vince McKay), Dan Duryea (O.E. Hotchkiss), Sal Mineo (George Blaylock), Lloyd Bochner (Mr. Gorman), Michael Burns (Matt Johnson), Tom Reese (Leo Weed), Bernie Hamilton (Dickory), Madlyn Rhue (Alma Britten), Zalman King (Larkin), Walter Burke (Berk), Rodolfo Acosta (Mercurio), George Dunn (Pilney), Pepe Hern (Manolo).

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