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Runaway Daughters (1956 film)

 

Runaway Daughters (1956 film)

Runaway Daughters
Directed by Edward L. Cahn
Produced by Alex Gordon
Written by Lou Rusoff
Starring Marla English
John Litel
Anna Sten
Production
company
Release dates
  • November¬†1956¬†(1956-11)
Running time 91 mins
Country United States
Language English
Budget $90,000[1]

Runaway Daughters is a 1956 film. It was loosely remade in 1994. The film was released by American International Pictures as a double feature with Shake, Rattle and Rock.

Production

The script was allegedly based on an incident that writer Lou Rusoff came across when he worked as a social worker.[2]

Anna Sten came out of retirement to make the movie. Tom Conway had a stroke during filming and was replaced by John Litel.[3] The film was shot in nine days, only running two and a half hours into overtime.[4]

Male lead Steve Terrell was signed to a long term contract by Arkoff for 15 films.[5]

References

  1. ^ Samuel Z Arkoff & Richard Turbo, Flying Through Hollywood By the Seat of My Pants, Birch Lane Press, 1992 p 50
  2. ^ Anna Sten Resuming; Petal Premiere Set, Los Angeles Times (1923-Current File) [Los Angeles, Calif] 16 July 1956: 27
  3. ^ Gary A. Smith, American International Pictures: The Golden Years, Bear Manor Media 2014 p 40
  4. ^ Mark McGee, Faster and Furiouser: The Revised and Fattened Fable of American International Pictures, McFarland, 1996 p65-68
  5. ^ Anita Ekberg Pursued for 'Screaming Mimi;' 'Galveston' Near Ready, Schallert, Edwin. Los Angeles Times (1923-Current File) [Los Angeles, Calif] 21 Dec 1956: B7.

External links

  • Runaway Daughters at TCMDB
  • Runaway Daughters at IMDB
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