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Hijack (1973 film)

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Written byMichael Kelly
James D. Buchanan
Ronald Austin
Story byMichael Kelly
Directed byLeonard Horn
StarringDavid Janssen
Keenan Wynn
Lee Purcell
Music byJack Elliott
Allyn Ferguson
Country of originUnited States
Original language(s)English
Producer(s)Leonard Goldberg
Aaron Spelling
Peter Dunne (associate producer)
Production location(s)Los Angeles
CinematographyArchie R. Dalzell
Editor(s)Leon Carrere
Running time74 minutes
Production company(s)Spelling-Goldberg Productions
20th Century Fox Television
DistributorSony Pictures Television
Original networkABC
Picture formatColor
Audio formatMono
Original release
  • September 26, 1973 (1973-09-26)

Hijack is a 1973 American made-for-television action drama thriller film directed by Leonard Horn and starring David Janssen, Keenan Wynn and Lee Purcell.[1]


Two desperate truck drivers, Jake and Donny, accept an assignment by a man named Kleiner to transport a cargo for $6,000. The men don't know what's in the cargo, but they find out that another group of men is willing to kill for the haul.[2]



It was filmed in the Antelope Valley of California.[2]


The Los Angeles Times said "if you miss it don't worry about it. You've probably seen it before."[3]

See also


  1. ^ ANSSEN AND WYNN IN ADVENTURE MOVIE Los Angeles Times 23 Sep 1973: m3
  2. ^ a b TV Guide, July 6–12, 1974, p A-57
  3. ^ Janssen, Wynn in 'Hijack' Smith, Cecil. Los Angeles Times 26 Sep 1973: e20

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