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The Old Man Who Cried Wolf

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The Old Man Who Cried Wolf
Written byLuther Davis
Directed byWalter Grauman
StarringEdward G. Robinson
Martin Balsam
Diane Baker
Ruth Roman
Music byRobert Drasnin
Country of originUnited States
Original language(s)English
Production
Executive producer(s)Aaron Spelling
Producer(s)Walter Grauman
CinematographyArch R. Dalzell
Editor(s)Art Seid
Running time73 minutes
Production company(s)Aaron Spelling Productions
Release
Original networkABC
Original releaseOctober 13, 1970 (1970-10-13)

The Old Man Who Cried Wolf is a 1970 American made-for-television thriller film directed by Walter Grauman and starring Edward G. Robinson, Martin Balsam and Diane Baker. It originally aired as the ABC Movie of the Week on October 13, 1970.[1]

Plot

Robinson portrays an elderly man who witnesses the murder of a friend.

Cast

Production

Robinson described it as "a most rewarding experience, one which I thoroughly enjoyed".[2]

Reception

The film was very well received by critics. Robinson's performance was critically acclaimed and was suggested for awards.[3]

The Hollywood Reporter called Robinson's performance "strong and moving".[2]

The Los Angeles Times said Robinson's performance was "filled with skill and nuance" but the film "broke your heart by being a cop out of what it might have been."[4]

References

  1. ^ Comedy, drama and touch of suspense provide some 'moments' for the viewer Los Angeles Times 11 Oct 1970: p54.
  2. ^ a b Beck, Robert (2 September 2008). The Edward G. Robinson Encyclopedia. McFarland. p. 236. ISBN 978-1-4766-0666-8.
  3. ^ Parish, James Robert; Marill, Alvin H. (1972). The Cinema of Edward G. Robinson. A. S. Barnes. pp. 56, 263. ISBN 978-0-498-07875-0.
  4. ^ TV REVIEW: Edward G. Robinson Featured in 'Wolf' Los Angeles Times 14 Oct 1970: e19.

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