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Abusive L.A. advertising exec Dan Cutler (Alda) invites his top execs and important clients on a white-water rafting expedition along the Chilko River in the Canadian Rockies (filmed at Northern California's Russian River). But competition and arrogance causes the deaths of several participants and the widow of one sues the agency for damages. Alda excels in arrogant, self-serving nastiness. Fact-based TV movie based on court transcripts.

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Available on Running time 97 minutes.

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Genres
Tragedy, True Stories, Stupid Is..., Corporate Shenanigans, Advertising
Screenplay
Michael Butler
Cast
Alan Alda, Peter Gallagher, Robert Loggia, Fionnula Flanagan, Dakin Matthews, Bruce Altman, Robert Picardo, Max Wright, Jack Gilpin, Ken Jenkins
Director
Robert Butler
Producer
Anthony Santa Croce, Dick Berg, Allan Marcil, HBO Pictures

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Robert Butler directed White Mile starring Alan Alda (as Dan Cutler), Peter Gallagher (as Jack Robbins), Robert Loggia (as Nick Karas) and Fionnula Flanagan (Gena Karas). This sports thriller was nominated for two Golden Globes, along with two other nominations. White Mile released in 1994 and has a total running time of 97 minutes. White Mile is based on a true story. Dan Cutler is an advertising executive who invites some of his fellow executives and other important clients on a whitewater-rafting trip on Canada’s White Mile. When you least expect it, trouble occurs. The raft flips over leaving the entire men in the rapid water a few of the men didn’t make it out alive. More trouble occurs. People are angry for this occurrence and now a widowed woman is suing the agency for damages due to her husband’s death in the accident.