The Man (1972)

The Man


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Rod Serling, a master of speculative scriptwriting, penned the screenplay of The Man. Set a few days into the future, the story contrives to kill off the President, the vice president, and virtually everyone in line of succession in a bizarre accident. This turn of events elevates African-American senator James Earl Jones directly into the Oval Office. Based on a novel by Irving Wallace, The Man was originally intended as TV movie, but released theatrically because most sponsors were afraid of … More

Rating: Unrated
Genre: Drama, Classics
Directed By:
Written By: Irving Wallace, Rod Serling
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Paramount Pictures


as Douglas Dilman

as Jim Talley

as Sen. Watson

as Harley

as Arthur Eaton

as Kay Eaton

as Robert Wheeler

as Wheeler's Lawyer

as Himself

as Hugh Gaynor

as South African Consul

as Ma Blore

as Congressman Hand

as Congressman Streller

as Congressman Eckworth

as Congressman Parmel

as Chief Justice Willia...

as Congeressman Steller

as Press Secretary

as Webson

as Mrs. Smelker

as Rev. Otis Waldren

as Secret Service Agent

as Pierce

as Himself

as Reporter Gilbert

as Congressman Walding
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