Logan's Run

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Movie Info & Cast


Imagine a future world where everyone is young and beautiful, and can have anything they could ever want--except the freedom to leave ... and everyone faces mandatory death at the age of 30! Michael York stars as Logan, a member of an elite police force called Sandmen who hunt down and kill "runners," those trying to escape the fate that awaits on their 30th birthday. When Logan meets Jessica (Jenny Agutter), a member of a clandestine resistance group that assists runners, he decides to escape with her to sanctuary. But a fellow Sandman frantically pursues.


  • Michael York
  • Richard Jordan
  • Jenny Agutter
  • Roscoe Lee Browne
  • Farrah Fawcett
  • Michael Anderson Jr.
  • Peter Ustinov
  • Randolph Roberts
  • Lara Lindsay
  • Gary Morgan

Did You Know?


  • The "Love Shop" sequence originally ran about four minutes, but required re-editing for the movie to be granted a PG rating. Other cut scenes include Box (Roscoe Lee Browne) making a nude ice sculpture of Logan (Michael York) and Jessica (Jenny Agutter), and several characters visiting the "Hallucimill" shop in Arcade (cut for its depiction of drug use). All of the additional footage and its background music were lost in what is now known as "the great MGM purge", when studio owner Kirk Kerkorian sold off what he could of the studio's extensive archives, and simply threw out the rest.
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  • Jessica's green stockings appear and disappear.
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    • Computer: Last day. Capricorn 15's. Year of the city - 2274. Carousel begins.
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Logan's Run is a vast, silly extravaganza that delivers a certain amount of fun, once it stops taking itself seriously.

Metacritic review by Roger Ebert
Roger Ebert
Chicago Sun-Times

A sci-fi which balances big themes and claustrophobic action with apparent ease.

Metacritic review by Ian Nathan
Ian Nathan