Nowhere to Run Trailer

Nowhere to Run Trailer (1978)

16 January 1978 Drama, TV Movie 100 mins

Harry's married to Marian and things are not going all that well, so he wants out but somehow feels that a divorce is not the answer. After developing a winning blackjack system, he hatches a plan that takes years of preparation: to fake his death, assume a new identity and win $500,000 at blackjack.

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Cast

David Janssen

as Harry Adams

Allen Garfield

as Herbie Stolz

Linda Evans

as Amy Kessler

John Randolph

as Marian's Father

Neva Patterson

as Marian's Mother

Anthony Eisley

as Joe Anasto

Stefanie Powers

as Marian Adams

James Keach

as McEnerey

International Releases Dates

United States 16 January 1978

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