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The Lost Man

The Lost Man
Directed by Robert Alan Aurthur
Produced by Edward Muhl
Melville Tucker
Screenplay by Robert Alan Aurthur
Based on Odd Man Out 
by F.L. Green
Starring Sidney Poitier
Distributed by Universal Studios
Release date(s) 1968
Country United States
Language English
Box office $1.85 million (US/ Canada rentals)[1]

The Lost Man is a 1969 American film, written and directed by Robert Alan Aurthur, loosely based on F.L. Green's novel Odd Man Out,[2] which was made originally into a 1947 film with James Mason.

Plot summary

Former US Army lieutenant Jason Higgs (Sidney Poitier) who, after becoming a black militant during the 1960s Black Revolutionary Movement, is wounded as he pulls a payroll heist to help imprisoned "brothers", and has to hide from the police. Social worker Cathy Ellis (Joanna Shimkus) falls in love with Higgs while helping him elude capture.

Soundtrack

The soundtrack was produced and performed by Quincy Jones, and was released on Universal Records

References

External links

  • Internet Movie Database


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