The London Connection

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The London Connection
The London Connection.jpg
Directed by Robert Clouse
Produced by Jan Williams
Written by Gail Morgan Hickman
David E. Boston
Starring Jeffrey Byron
Larry Cedar
Music by John Cameron
Cinematography Godfrey A. Godar
Edited by Peter Boita
Mike Campbell
Distributed by Walt Disney Company
Release date
December 21, 1979
Running time
100 minutes
Country United States
Language English

The London Connection is a 1979 film directed by Robert Clouse for Walt Disney Productions. It stars Jeffrey Byron and Larry Cedar.[1] It was renamed The Omega Connection when it aired on TV.


The description on the back of the Disney home video release reads: "An exciting adventure begins for a young American government agent after he witnesses the kidnapping of a noted European scientist in London. The only item left behind in this startling incident is a gold ring, inscribed with an address that leads the youth into a massive conspiracy of international proportions. A baffling series of clues and a high-speed boat chase in the Port of London add up to a superlative Disney mystery thriller!"



Gloucester Mews, W2, was used as a filming location during the shooting of The London Connection.[2]


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  2. ^ Mews News. Lurot Brand. Published Spring 2010. Retrieved 20 September 2013.

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