On the Run (1958 film)

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On the Run
Directed by Ernest Morris
Written by
Produced by
Cinematography James Wilson
Edited by Maurice Rootes
Music by Albert Elms
Distributed by United Artists
Release date
  • 1 June 1958 (1958-06-01)(UK)
Running time
70 minutes
CountryUnited Kingdom

On the Run is a 1958 British drama film directed by Ernest Morris and starring Neil McCallum, Susan Beaumont and William Hartnell. [1] The screenplay concerns a boxer who becomes romantically involved with a woman.



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  1. BFI.org