The 3,000 Mile Chase
|The 3,000 Mile Chase|
|Written by||Roy Huggins
|Directed by||Russ Mayberry|
Cliff De Young
|Theme music composer||Elmer Bernstein|
|Country of origin||United States|
|Executive producer(s)||Roy Huggins|
|Producer(s)||Jo Swerling Jr.
Dorothy J. Bailey (associate producer)
|Location(s)||Antelope Valley, California
Apollo Park - 4555 W. Avenue G, Lancaster, California
Jane Reynolds Park - 716 W. Oldfield Street, Lancaster, California
Lawrence J. Vallario
|Running time||98 min|
|Production company(s)||Roy Huggins-Public Arts Productions
|Original release||April 6, 1977|
The Secret Agent Matt Considine (Cliff De Young) accepts a dangerous mission to protect witnesses Dvorak (Glenn Ford) and his wife Emma (Priscilla Pointer) from the state of San Francisco to a trial in New York City. They have to cover 3,000 miles with ostaculos dangerous, because the mafia want to delete them in any way ... ¡For what the agent Matt Considine will prevent!
Correction, He was not a secret agent, But a Bonded Courier who specialized in high value transfers.
|Glenn Ford||Paul Dvorak - Leonard Staveck|
|Cliff De Young||Matt Considine - Marty Scanlon|
|David Spielberg||Frank Oberon|
|Blair Brown||Rachel Kane|
|Priscilla Pointer||Emma Dvorak|
|Brendan Dillon||Ambrose Finn|
|Michael J. London||Jacoby|
|Roger Aaron Brown||Prosecutor|
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