Five Days from Home Trailer

Five Days from Home Trailer (1979)

01 January 1979 Drama 108 mins

A man escapes from a Louisiana prison to be at the California hospital bedside of his ailing son.

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Cast

George Peppard

as TM Pryor

Neville Brand

as Inspector Markley

Sherry Boucher

as Wanda Dulac

Victor Campos

as José Stover

Robert Donner

as Karl Baldwin

William Larsen

as J.J. Bester

Savannah Smith Boucher

as 'Georgie' Haskin (as Savannah Smith)

Jessie Lee Fulton

as Mrs. Peabody

Robert Magruder

as The Colonel

Crew

Harvey Genkins

Harvey Genkins Director of Photography

Bill Conti

Original Music Composer

Robert S. Bremson

Robert S. Bremson Executive Producer

Sally Roddy

Sally Roddy Script Supervisor

International Titles

Cinque giorni da casa Trailer

International Releases Dates

United States 01 January 1979

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