Love on the Run (1994 film)

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Love on the Run
Written by Jim Cruickshank
James Orr
Directed by Ted Kotcheff
Julie Lee
Starring Anthony Addabbo
Len Cariou
Blu Mankuma
Music by Ken Harrison
Country of originUnited States
Original languageEnglish
Executive producers Gary A. Randall
Aaron Spelling
Producers N. John Smith
Julie Lee (co-producer)
Production location British Columbia
Cinematography Ron Orieux
EditorGeoffrey Rowland
Running time120 minutes
Production companiesCanWest Global Communications
Primedia Productions
Spelling Entertainment
Original networkNBC
Picture formatColor
Audio format Stereo
Original releaseJune 5, 1994 (1994-06-05)

Love on the Run is a 1994 American TV film directed by Ted Kotcheff and Julie Lee. [1]



A mercenary marries an heiress and set up an adventure-travel business. [2]


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  1. HIGHLIGHTS OF THE WEEK New York Times 05 June 1994: 468.
  2. THIS WEEK'S PICKS: Remembering D-Day The Washington Post 5 June 1994: Q3.