Crossover (1980 film)

Mr. Patman (also known as Crossover) is a 1980 Canadian film directed by John Guillermin and starring James Coburn.

Mr. Patman
A poster with the film's alternative title: Crossover
Directed byJohn Guillermin
Produced byBill Marshall
Henk Van der Kolk
Written byThomas Hedley
StarringJames Coburn
Kate Nelligan
Fionnula Flanagan
Leslie Carlson
Music byPaul Hoffert
CinematographyJohn Coquillon
Edited byVince Hatherley & David Nicholson
Release date
5 September 1980 (Toronto Film Festival)
Running time
97 minutes


A nurse working the night shift in a psycho ward begins to lose his grip on reality.


The film was shot in Vancouver.[1]


The film was screened at the 1980 Toronto Film Festival.[2][1] It was released theatrically in Europe then re-cut and sold to television in North America.


  1. Schabas, Ezra; Mansouri, Lotfi; Hamilton, Stuart; Neufeld, James; Popple, Robert; Pitman, Walter; Jonas, Holly Higgins; Labrèche-Larouche, Michelle; Morey, Carl (December 17, 2013). "Dundurn Performing Arts Library Bundle — Musicians: Opening Windows / True Tales from the Mad, Mad, Mad World of Opera / Lois Marshall / John Arpin / Elmer Iseler / Jan Rubes / Music Makers / There's Music in These Walls / In Their Own Words / Emma Albani / Opera Viva / MacMillan on Music". Dundurn via Google Books.
  2. Schabas, Ezra (October 31, 2007). "Jan Rubes: A Man of Many Talents". Dundurn via Google Books.
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