The Last Innocent Man

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The Last Innocent Man
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Genre Thriller
Based on the novel
by Phillip M. Margolin
Screenplay by Dan Bronson
Directed by Roger Spottiswoode
Starring Ed Harris
Roxanne Hart
Theme music composer Brad Fiedel
Country of origin United States
Original language(s) English
Executive producer(s) Maurice Singer
Producer(s) Dan Bronson
Donna Dubrow
Ron Silverman
Production location(s) Portland, Oregon
Cinematography Alexander Gruszynski
Editor(s) Lois Freeman-Fox
Paul Seydor
Running time 109 minutes
Production company(s) HBO Pictures
Distributor HBO
Warner Bros. Television Distribution
Original network HBO
Picture format Color
Audio format Stereo
Original release April 19, 1987

The Last Innocent Man is a 1987 American television film thriller directed by Roger Spottiswoode. The teleplay by Dan Bronson is based on the novel by Phillip M. Margolin.


A criminal defense attorney is seduced by a beautiful woman and reluctantly takes on the defense of her estranged husband who is charged with murder, but finds his career threatened because of the circumstances.

Principal cast


Filming took place in Portland, Oregon.[1]


It was first broadcast on HBO on April 19, 1987.


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External links

  • The Last Innocent Man on IMDb
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