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Going the Distance: Remembering 'Marathon Man' (2001)

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A retrospective documentary with the great team behind John Schlesinger's classic thriller Marathon Man (1976) on the occasion of celebrating the 25th anniversary of the film release. ... See full summary »
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A retrospective documentary with the great team behind John Schlesinger's classic thriller Marathon Man (1976) on the occasion of celebrating the 25th anniversary of the film release. Actors Dustin Hoffman, Roy Scheider and Marthe Keller, writer William Goldman and producer Robert Evans all appear many years later to recollect events about the production and their experience while working on it. Written by Rodrigo Amaro

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28 August 2001 (USA)  »

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This documentary is featured on the DVD for Marathon Man (1976), released in 2001. See more »

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Above Average Making Of
13 June 2005 | by (Auckland, New Zealand) – See all my reviews

Going the Distance: Remembering Marathon Man is your standard, run-of-the-mill retrospective making of documentary with all the key players present, but with a couple of notable exceptions. What makes this worth your precious time, is hearing William Goldman's very candid thoughts on the altering of his novel and subsequent screenplay and Dustin Hoffman stating that if he hadn't been married at the time he and his leading lady would have gotten on "very well" (with raised eyebrows and added emphasis). An above average making of that I would definitely recommended to fans of the film and to the Robert Evans junkies out there.


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