Happy Mother's Day, Love George

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Happy Mother's Day, Love George
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Directed by Darren McGavin
Produced by Darren McGavin
Hans Ulrich Rinderknecht
Written by Robert Clouse
Starring Patricia Neal
Cloris Leachman
Bobby Darin
Music by Don Vincent
Cinematography Walter Lassally
Edited by George Grenville
Distributed by Cinema 5 Distributing (USA theatrical)
Ambassador Film Distributors (Canada)
Cinefear (USA VHS)
Columbia Pictures (video)
Release dates
  • August 17, 1973 (1973-08-17)
Running time
90 minutes
Country United States
Language English

Happy Mother's Day, Love George (also called Run Stranger Run) is a 1973 American mystery film, directed by Darren McGavin. It was the final film of singer-actor Bobby Darin.

The cast includes Patricia Neal and her real-life daughter, Tessa Dahl.


Teenager Johnny returns to his hometown in New England to try to find out who his father is. There has recently been a string of murders, so Johnny is immediately suspect. In the process of trying to find out who his father is, Johnny discovers that there was an entire story that he did not know.


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