No Place to Run (film)

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No Place to Run
Genre Drama
Written by James G. Hirsch
Directed by Delbert Mann
Starring Herschel Bernardi
Stefanie Powers
Larry Hagman
Music by George Aliceson Tipton
Country of originUnited States
Original languageEnglish
Executive producers Aaron Spelling
Leonard Goldberg
Producers Paul Junger Witt
Tony Thomas
(associate producer)
CinematographyGene Milford
EditorRalph Woolsey
Running time74 minutes
Production companies ABC Circle Films
Spelling-Goldberg Productions
Original network ABC
Picture formatColor
Audio format Mono
Original release
  • September 19, 1972 (1972-09-19)

No Place to Run is a 1972 American made-for-television drama film directed by Delbert Mann and starring Herschel Bernardi, Stefanie Powers and Larry Hagman. [1]



An adopted boy's parents are killed, and to keep him from returning to the state's custody, he and his grandfather run away.


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