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The Strongest Man in the World

The Strongest Man in the World

The Strongest Man in the World (1975)


The Strongest Man in the World is a 1975 film starring Kurt Russell as Dexter Riley, a student in the fictional Medfield College. A school laboratory accident mixes one student's vitamin cereal mix with Dexter Riley's chemical experiment. The students decide to dispose of the mess by giving it to their neighbor's cow, with unintended consequences: the cow begins producing an extraordinary amount of milk! When they try it out on themselves, they discover that the mixture gives any human superhuman strength for a few minutes. The school sees this as the thing needed to save their school from closure, but a competitor learn of this deal, and hires two criminals to stop it.This is the third and final film in a series of comedies, which depict the adventures of perpetual college student, Dexter Riley. It follows the 1972 film, "Now You See Him, Now You Don't," and the 1969 film, "The Computer Wore Tennis Shoes."

Director: Vincent McEveety

Release Date: 1975-01-01
Status: Released
Run time: 92 min / 1:32
Production Company : Walt Disney Productions
Production Country: United States of America



Kurt Russell
as Dexter Riley
Joe Flynn
as Dean Higgins
Eve Arden
as Harriet
Cesar Romero
as A.J. Arno
Phil Silvers
as Krinkle
Dick Van Patten
as Harry
Harold Gould
as Dietz
Michael McGreevey
as Schuyler
Richard Bakalyan
as Cookie
William Schallert
as Prof. Quigley
Benson Fong
as Ah Fong
James Gregory
as Chief Blair
John Debney
as John (Student)
Derrel Maury
as Hector (Student)
David R. Ellis
as David (Student)
Roy Roberts
as Mr. Roberts
Fritz Feld
as Uncle Frederick
Ronnie Schell
as Referee
Raymond Bailey
as Regent Burns
Dick Patterson
as Mr. Secretary
Larry Gelman
as Larry
Kathleen Freeman
as Officer Hurley
Ned Wertimer
as Mr. Parsons
Milton Frome
as Mr. Lufkin
Laurie Main
as Mr. Reedy
Mary Treen
as Mercedes
Eddie Quillan
as Mr. Willoughby
Burt Mustin
as Regent Appleby
Arthur Space
as Regent Shaw
Bill Zuckert
as Policeman
Larry J. Blake
as Pete
William Bakewell
as Professor
Art Metrano
as TV Color Man
Lennie Weinrib
as State Coach
Francis De Sales
as Regent (uncredited)
Harry Holcombe
as Regent (uncredited)
John Holland
as Regent (uncredited)
Gordon Jump
as Krinkle Krunch Executive (uncredited)
Jack Perkins
as School Security Guard (uncredited)
Cosmo Sardo
as Crumply Crunch Executive (uncredited)
Jeffrey Sayre
as Crumply Crunch Executive (uncredited)
Larry J. Franco
as Larry (Student)


Directing Vincent McEveety Director
Writing Joseph L. McEveety Writer
Writing Herman Groves Writer
Production Bill Anderson Producer
Sound Robert F. Brunner Music
Crew Andrew Jackson Cinematography
Editing Cotton Warburton Editor
Art John B. Mansbridge Art Direction
Art Jack Senter Art Direction
Art William F. Calvert Set Decoration

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