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  1. The Getaway is a 1972 American action thriller film based on the 1958 novel by Jim Thompson. The film was directed by Sam Peckinpah, written by Walter Hill, and stars Steve McQueen, Ali MacGraw, Ben Johnson, Al Lettieri and Sally Struthers.

  2. Dec 16, 1972 · Action Crime Thriller. A recently-released ex-con and his loyal wife go on the run after a heist goes awry. Director. Sam Peckinpah. Writers. Walter Hill. Jim Thompson. Stars. Steve McQueen. Ali MacGraw. Ben Johnson. See production info at IMDbPro. RENT/BUY. from $3.59. search Amazon. Add to Watchlist. Added by 37.1K users. 186 User reviews.

  3. Feb 11, 1994 · The Getaway: Directed by Roger Donaldson. With Alec Baldwin, Kim Basinger, Michael Madsen, James Woods. An ex-con and his devoted wife must flee from danger when a heist doesn't go as planned.

  4. The Getaway is a 1994 American action thriller film directed by Roger Donaldson. The screenplay was written by Walter Hill and Amy Holden Jones, based on Jim Thompson's 1958 novel of the same name. The film stars Alec Baldwin, Kim Basinger, Michael Madsen, James Woods and Jennifer Tilly.

  5. Synopsis. Bank robber Carter "Doc" McCoy is paroled from a Texas state prison, somewhat to his surprise. His wife, Carol, has arranged for his parole by sleeping with the politically well connected but corrupt Jack Benyon. Doc is aware of her actions and it eats at him over the next several days.

  6. Reviews. The Getaway. Roger Ebert January 01, 1972. Tweet. Now streaming on: Powered by JustWatch. Sam Peckinpah's "The Getaway" is a big, glossy, impersonal mechanical toy. It's like one of those devices for executive desks, with the stainless steel balls on the strings: It functions with great efficiency but doesn't accomplish anything. Click.

  7. Mar 23, 2021 · The Getaway is a 1972 American action thriller film based on the 1958 novel by Jim Thompson. The film was directed by Sam Peckinpah, written by Walter Hill, and stars Steve McQueen, Ali...

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