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End of the Road

Rating:No Rating
Genre:Drama
Release Date:January 1, 1970
Cast:Ray Brock, James Coco, Grayson Hall, Graham Jarvis, James Earl Jones
Director:Aram Avakian
Producer:Stephen F. Kesten, Terry Southern
Writer:Dennis McGuire
Distributor:Allied Artists

Description: Rated X upon its initial release in 1970, End of the Road would probably rate at most a hard R today. Stacy Keach stars as Jake Horner, a college professor beset with a wide variety of emotional problems. He seeks out help in therapy, conducted by unorthodox psychologist Dr. D (James Earl Jones). This treatment turns out to have a disastrous effect on Horner, leading him into the arms of Rennie Morgan (Dorothy Tristan), the wife of a fellow teacher. End of the Road was adapted from a story by John Barth.~ Hal Erickson, All Movie Guide

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