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The Last Word (1979 film)

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The Last Word
Directed byRoy Boulting
Written byMichael Varhol
Greg P. Smith
L. M. Kit Carson
Story byHoratius Haeberle [de]
Produced byRichard G. Abramson
StarringRichard Harris
Karen Black
Martin Landau
Dennis Christopher
Penelope Milford
CinematographyJules Brenner
Edited byGeorge Grenville
Music byCarol Lees
Distributed bySamuel Goldwyn Company
Release dates
Running time
102 minutes
CountryUnited States

The Last Word is a 1979 film starring Richard Harris.[1] It was the last film directed by Roy Boulting.[2]

It was also known as The Number.[3]

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A washed-up inventor, Danny Travis, takes matters into his own hands in a very extreme way when he learns that his house will be condemned and his beloved children left on the street.

Travis is so upset that when a city official comes to evict him from the premises, he takes the man hostage. A television reporter, Paula Herbert, turns public sympathies both for and against Travis, prolonging the story opportunistically as a Los Angeles police captain, Gerrity, attempts to defuse the situation.



  1. ^ "The Last Word (1979) - Roy Boulting | Synopsis, Characteristics, Moods, Themes and Related | AllMovie".
  2. ^ "BFI Screenonline: Boulting, Roy (1913-2001) Credits".
  3. ^ "The Last Word (1979)". BFI. Archived from the original on August 27, 2017.

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