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The Escape Artist

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The Escape Artist
The Escape Artist (1982) poster.jpg
Theatrical release poster
Directed byCaleb Deschanel
Produced byDoug Claybourne
Buck Houghton
Screenplay byMelissa Mathison
Stephen Zito
Based onThe Escape Artist
by David Wagoner
Starring
Music byGeorges Delerue
CinematographyStephen H. Burum
Edited byArthur Schmidt
Production
company
Distributed byWarner Bros. Pictures
Release date
May 28, 1982 (1982-05-28)
Running time
94 minutes
CountryUnited States
LanguageEnglish
Box office$143,369[1]

The Escape Artist is a 1982 film starring Griffin O'Neal and Raúl Juliá. It was based on a book by David Wagoner, and was the directorial debut of Caleb Deschanel. It was the final film of Joan Hackett, Desi Arnaz, and Gabriel Dell.

Plot

Young and self-confident Danny Masters is the teen-aged son of the late Harry Masters, the "greatest escape artist except for Houdini". Danny himself is an accomplished magician and escape artist. He leaves home to join Uncle Burke and Aunt Sibyl in their magic/mentalist act; Sibyl welcomes him, but Burke is unenthusiastic.

Danny soon finds himself embroiled with Stu Quiñones, corrupt son of Mayor Leon Quiñones. The quest for a missing wallet (pick-pocketed by Danny) leads to the comeuppance of the crooked mayor, and separately of his vindictive and out-of-control son. Along the way, Danny comes to terms with the death of his father, the circumstances of which he did not previously know.

Cast

Production notes

The cast includes two members of the 1930s troupe the Dead End Kids: Gabriel Dell and Huntz Hall.

Reception

The film received fair reviews from fans and critics alike.

References

External links


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