Running Brave (1983)

 ●  English ● 1 hr 46 mins

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This film is a soulful and motivational tale of struggle against seemingly insurmountable obstacles, of perseverance, persistence and iron will transcending myriad challenges to succeed in creating history. Robby Benson portrays Mills, the Oglala Sioux who left the reservation in the late 1950s for his date with Destiny. In one of the great upsets in sports history, distance runner Billy Mills sprinted from 3rd place and took the gold medal in the 10,000 meter race at the 1964 Tokyo Olympics. Mills is still the only American in history to accomplish this feat.

Cast: Claudia Cron, Pat Hingle, Robby Benson

Crew: DS Everett (Director), Donald Shebib (Director), François Protat (Director of Photography), Mike Post (Music Director)

Genres: Drama

Release Dates: 04 Nov 1983 (India)

Tagline: This is the true story of a man's triumph over prejudice, pain and himself. Billy Mills, a North American Indian brought up on the reservation, destined against all odds to become the best distance runner in the world

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as Pat Mills
as Coach Bill Easton
as Billy Mills
as Bud
as Billy's Father
as Young Catherine
as Joe American Horse
as Frank Mills
as Fight Bookmaker
as Eddie Mills
as Dennis Riley
as Pine Ridge Boy
as The Viking
as Young Billy
as Catherine
as Uncle Chester
as Roger Douglas
as Pebbly
as Caroline
as Carny Barker

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Film Type:
Feature Film
Language:
English
Colour Info:
Color
Sound Mix:
Dolby
Frame Rate:
24 fps
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1.85 : 1 (Flat)
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Taglines:
This is the true story of a man's triumph over prejudice, pain and himself. Billy Mills, a North American Indian brought up on the reservation, destined against all odds to become the best distance runner in the world
It wasn't where he finished that made him an Olympic hero, it was where he began
The one athlete they least expected outran all their expectations