Hey, I'm Alive

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Hey, I'm Alive
Genre Adventure
Written by

Rita Lakin (teleplay)
Helen Klaben Kahn (from the book by) (as Helen Klaben) &

Beth Day
Directed by Lawrence Schiller
Starring Edward Asner
Sally Struthers
Milton Selzer
Country of origin United States
Original language(s) English
Executive producer(s) Charles W. Fries
Producer(s) Lawrence Schiller
Malcolm Stuart (production executive)
Location(s) Vancouver
Cinematography Richard Moore
Editor(s) Millie Moore
Running time 75 min.
Production company(s) Charles Fries Productions
Worldvision Enterprises
Distributor ABC
Original network ABC
Original release November 7, 1975

Hey, I'm Alive is a 1975 American made-for-television adventure drama film starring Edward Asner and Sally Struthers. The film is based on the true story of two plane crash survivors who spent 49 days of winter in the Yukon before they were rescued.[1] The director, Lawrence Schiller, photographed the rescue in 1963 for Life magazine.[1] It premiered on ABC on November 7, 1975.[1]


Actor Role
Edward Asner Ralph Flores
Sally Struthers Helen Klaben
Milton Selzer Glen Sanders
Hagan Beggs Jeff Lawson
Claudine Melgrave Mrs. Flores
Maria Hernandez Sheryl Flores
Lloyd Berry Johnson
Steven Bradden Lou Turner


  1. ^ a b c TV Guide, November 1–7, 1975, pg A63