Kill Me If You Can Trailer

Kill Me If You Can Trailer (1977)

25 September 1977 Drama, TV Movie 100 mins

The story of Caryl Chessman, a convicted California rapist who spent 12 years on death row before finally being executed.

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Alan Alda

as Caryl W. Chessman

Talia Shire

as Rosalie Asher

John Hillerman

as George Davis

Barnard Hughes

as Judge Fricke

Virginia Kiser

as Virginia Gibbons

Walter McGinn

as J. Miller Leavy

Ben Piazza

as Bill Edmunds

John Randolph

as Judge Lewis Goodman

John P. Ryan

as Johnson

James Sikking

as Mr. Lea

Maxine Stuart

as Mrs. Asher

James Keach

as Officer #1

F. William Parker

as Judge Guerin

Mwako Cumbuka

as 1st Clerk


Buzz Kulik


Bert Gold

Bert Gold Associate Producer

Peter Katz

Peter Katz Producer

Ross Bellah

Ross Bellah Art Direction

Carl Braunger

Carl Braunger Art Direction

Audrey A. Blasdel

Audrey A. Blasdel Set Decoration

Richard C. Goddard

Richard C. Goddard Set Decoration

Karl Silvera

Karl Silvera Makeup Artist

Harry Hogan III

Harry Hogan III Assistant Director

Doug Grindstaff

Doug Grindstaff Sound Editor

Bob J. Human

Bob J. Human Sound Editor

International Releases Dates

United States 25 September 1977

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