Run for Your Life (1965–1968)
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The Cold, Cold War of Paul Bryan 

Bryan exposes a murderous dictator while trapped at a ski resort.

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(teleplay), (teleplay) (as John Thomas James) | 1 more credit »

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Episode complete credited cast:
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Paul Bryan
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Laura Beaumont
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Gen. Carlos Portaz
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Phil Beaumont
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Louis Manet
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Margot Horst
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Otto Hiltz
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Jeannine Manet
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Eric Horst (as Hans Gudegast)
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Sam Billings
Mary Lawrence ...
Mrs. Beaumont
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Maj. Miguel Del Rio
Ralph Smiley ...
The Barman
Felix Reinsch ...
The Elderly Servant
Carmelo Manto ...
Col. Angel Ramirez
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Storyline

Paul Bryan, an attorney speeding down the fast track, staggers from his physician's office after finding that he's got 1, at most 2 years to live. Telling no one of his diagnosis, he sets out to pack all he missed as workaholic and Air Force pilot, into his remaining time. First up is a ski trip at a remote, Alpine luxury spa packed with jet-setters. One guest is an arrogant son of a dictator, who assassinated a human rights champion, a law professor of Paul's. Paul spurned an offer to run for California Attorney General after getting his own death sentence. A suspicious avalanche severs the spa's ties with the outside world, causing the paranoid General Portaz and his bodyguards to quickly intimidate almost everyone, except a care-free, whip-tongued billionaire with a much-younger husband. Life-long bachelor Paul, and the macho General also vie over a beautiful young U.S. citizen. Which kills General Portaz first: Paul, an assassin, or severely hampered room service ? Written by David Stevens

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Drama

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13 September 1965 (USA)  »

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(Pathé)

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1.33 : 1
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Spun-off from Kraft Suspense Theatre (1963) See more »

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