Prototype (1983 film)

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Prototype
Genre Drama
Sci-Fi
Written by Richard Levinson
William Link
Directed by David Greene
Starring Christopher Plummer
David Morse
Frances Sternhagen
Theme music composer Billy Goldenberg
Country of origin United States
Original language(s) English
Production
Executive producer(s) Richard Levinson
William Link
Producer(s) Robert Papazian
Stephanie Austin (associate producer)
Cinematography Harry J. May
Editor(s) Parkie L. Singh
Running time 96 min.
Production company(s) Richard Levinson / William Link Productions
Robert Papazian Productions
Distributor CBS
Release
Original network CBS
Original release December 7, 1983

Prototype is a 1983 made-for-television film, starring Christopher Plummer.

Plot summary[edit]

Dr. Carl Forrester, a curmudgeonly but basically kindly Nobel Prize-winning scientist, who builds an equally kindly (but much handsomer) humanoid named Michael. The government-subsidized Plummer has created Michael on behalf of his sponsors, but has second thoughts when he finds out that the government plans to build an army of robot warriors, using Michael as their model. Plummer sneaks into the pentagon and "kidnaps" Michael, triggering a film-length chase.

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