Running Mates (1992 film)

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Running Mates
Genre Comedy
Romance
Written by Carole Eastman
Directed by Michael Lindsay-Hogg
Starring Diane Keaton
Ed Harris
Ed Begley Jr.
Ben Masters
Music by Peter Rodgers Melnick
Country of origin United States
Original language(s) English
Production
Producer(s) James D. Brubaker
Marvin Worth
Joseph J. Kelly (associate producer) (as Joe Kelly)
Cinematography Jeffrey Jur
Editor(s) Claudia Finkle
Running time 92 min.
Production company(s) HBO Pictures
Distributor HBO
Release
Original network HBO
Picture format Color
Audio format Dolby
Original release October 4, 1992

Running Mates is a 1992 American political comedy/drama television film directed by Michael Lindsay-Hogg and starring Diane Keaton, Ed Harris, Ed Begley Jr., and Ben Masters. The film follows the presidential election campaign of Senator Hugh Hathaway, who faces scandal and controversy when his enemies share secrets of Aggie Snow, the woman he is with.

Premise

Running for President, Senator Hugh Hathaway must go up against scandal and controversy after the woman he loves comes under political attack.

Cast

See also

References

External links

  • Running Mates on IMDb
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