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Basics Critics:74Viewers:59Rusty:76
Category: Crime, DramaNotable as: DramaSub-Category: crime film, neo-noir, drama filmNarrative location: Texas, HoustonRuntime: 106 - 110 minutesLanguage: EnglishCountry: United StatesDirector: Steven SpielbergScreenwriter: Hal Barwood, Matthew Robbins, Steven SpielbergMusic: John WilliamsCinematography: Vilmos ZsigmondStars: Goldie Hawn, William Atherton, Ben Johnson, Michael Sacks, Gregory Walcott, Steve Kanaly, Harrison Zanuck, Louise Latham, Jessie Lee Fulton Producer: Richard D. Zanuck, David BrownAward details: (details at IMDb)

The Sugarland Express is a 1974 American neo-noir drama film co-written and directed by Steven Spielberg in his theatrical feature film directorial debut. It stars Goldie Hawn, Ben Johnson, William Atherton, and Michael Sacks. It is about a husband and wife trying to outrun the law and was based on a true story. The event partially took place, the story is partially set, and the movie was partially filmed in Sugar Land, Texas. Other scenes for the film were filmed in San Antonio, Lone Oak Community, Floresville, Pleasanton, Converse and Del Rio, Texas. The Sugarland Express marks the first collaboration between Spielberg and composer John Williams. Williams has scored all but two of Spielberg's directed films since.

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