Run a Crooked Mile

Run a Crooked Mile is a 1969 British made-for-television thriller film starring Louis Jourdan as Richard Stuart, an ordinary schoolteacher who, whilst on holiday, is a witness to a murder in a private secluded mansion.

Run a Crooked Mile
Written byTrevor Wallace
Directed byGene Levitt
StarringLouis Jourdan
Mary Tyler Moore
Wilfrid Hyde-White
Theme music composerMike Leander
Country of originUnited Kingdom
Original language(s)English
Executive producer(s)Charles F. Engel
Producer(s)Ian Lewis
Production location(s)Geneva, Switzerland
London, England
CinematographyArthur Grant
Editor(s)Bert Rule
Running time100 min.
Production company(s)Universal Television
Original networkNBC
Original releaseNovember 18, 1969

When he reports this however, no evidence of any murder can be found, only a key on the floor. When he tries to investigate further he is knocked unconscious. He wakes up in a hospital room (after an apparent polo accident) and is astounded to discover that two years have elapsed during which he has been unhappily married to a beautiful woman (Mary Tyler Moore) and living a rich and extravagant life in Europe under the name Tony Sutton. Not only this, he has become mixed up in a plot to damage the whole European economy.

Acclaimed for its original premise, stylish photography (by Arthur Grant) and use of exotic locations, the film has managed to develop a cult following. In 2018, the film was released on DVD by the German Label PIDAX.


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