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Runaway Daughters 

PG-13 | | Drama | Episode aired 12 August 1994
Angie, Mary, and Laura are teenage girls who are fed up with their bland and unexciting small town lives. Mary discovers that she's pregnant after having sex with her boyfriend. Since said ... See full summary »

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Angie Gordon
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Mary Nicholson
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Laura Cahn
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Jimmy Rusoff (as Paul Stephen Rudd)
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Bob Randolph
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Roy Farrell
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Mrs. Alex Gordon (as Dee Wallace Stone)
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Mr. Gordon
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Mr. Ed Cahn
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Mrs. Mildred Cahn
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Mrs. Nicholson
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Mr. Randolph
Julie Corman ...
Mrs. Randolph
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Angie, Mary, and Laura are teenage girls who are fed up with their bland and unexciting small town lives. Mary discovers that she's pregnant after having sex with her boyfriend. Since said boyfriend has enlisted in the navy, the trio decide to drive cross country to San Diego to confront him. The gals encounter a colorful array of folks on their journey. Written by Woodyanders

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They Were Looking For Adventure ... But Found Trouble Instead!

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12 August 1994 (USA)  »

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Trivia

Jimmy at one point demands a character "Quit crowdin' me." This is a line said repeatedly by the protagonist of the B-movie Speed Crazy (1959), clips of which are heavily featured in Joe Dante and Jon Davison's The Movie Orgy (1968). See more »

Quotes

Mr. Nicholson: [over loud speaker at drive-in theater] Snack bar is closing in five minutes. Just five more minutes for those shrimp rolls. They're shrimply delicious!
[takes a bite of one, chews, then grimaces]
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Crazy Credits

Sputnik beeping and a man speaking Russian can be heard at the end of the credits. See more »

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Features I Was a Teenage Werewolf (1957) See more »

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C'mon everybody
Written by Eddie Cochran and Jerry Capehart
Performed by Eddie Cochran
Published by EMI unart catalog Inc. (ASCAP)
Courtesy of Liberty Records under licence from CEMA Special Markets
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Cast Alone was Worth Watching!
11 April 2013 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This television movie has it's moments about life in the 1950s in Alta Vista, California where three teenage girls run away but fake their kidnapping in order to do so. Their parents are clearly worried initially until they bring in a private investigator to handle the case. The cast included Dee Wallace and her husband Christopher Stone as parents of one teen. Roger and Julie Corman plays parents of the other. The girls include a young Julie Bowen who would go on to Modern Family; Paul Rudd in an early role; Jenny Lewis; and Holly Fields as the other teenage girls. They run in to trouble and familiar faces like Cathy Moriarty, John Astin, Courtney Gains, Leo Rossi, and others on their way to San Diego to meet up with Mary's boyfriend who has joined the service rather than deal with her pregnancy. In the end, it's a happy ending for a lot of them. Still, they should suffer the consequences for their actions of running away, staging a kidnapping, and stealing cars.


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