Running Trailer

Running Trailer (1978)

"A story about having the courage to be what you are!" 31 December 1978 Drama 102 mins

An Olympic hopeful marathon runner hopes his success will be the answer to his marriage woes and other personal problems.

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Cast

Trudy Young

as Pregnant woman

Michael Douglas

as Michael Andropolis

Eugene Levy

as Ritchie Rosenberg

International Releases Dates

Canada 30 October 1979

Italy 31 December 1978

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