The Terry Fox Story

Film

 

Time Out says

Cancer survivor and amputee Terry Fox embarks on a cross-country run to raise money for cancer research. Public awareness is haphazard until a professional promoter climbs on board, and Terry becomes a national hero despite having to abandon the run. Kinder viewers will find the picture inspirational; others will see it as a worthy but dull tract, barely brought to life as a cheap TV movie. Briefly enlivened by Robert Duvall, the film relies heavily on Eric Fryer, his status as an amputee over-riding his limited acting ability.
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Release details

UK release:

1983

Duration:

97 mins

Cast and crew

Director:

Ralph L Thomas

Cast:

Rosalind Chao, Christopher Makepeace, Eric Fryer, Robert Duvall, Michael Zelniker

Music:

Bill Conti

Art Director:

Gavin Mitchell

Editor:

Ron Wisman

Cinematography:

Richard Ciupka

Screenwriter:

Edward Hume

Producer:

Robert Cooper

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