Running Scared

Running Scared may refer to:

  • Running Scared (1972 film), a drama starring Robert Powell
  • Running Scared (1980 film), an action film starring Ken Wahl and Judge Reinhold
  • Running Scared (1986 film), an action/comedy film starring Gregory Hines and Billy Crystal
  • Running Scared (2006 film), a crime film starring Paul Walker
  • Running Scared (TV series), a British children's drama series
  • "Running Scared" (Roy Orbison song)
  • "Running Scared" (Eldar & Nigar song)
  • "Running Scared" (Nik Kershaw song), a song by Nik Kershaw from Radio Musicola
  • Running Scared (novel), a novel by Ann Granger

Other articles related to "running scared, running":

Running Scared (TV Series)
... Running Scared is a British television children's drama serial produced by the BBC and transmitted on BBC 1 in 1986, based on the Bernard Ashley novel and is set in Woolwich with the Woolwich Ferry featuring in a ... A gritty series, Running Scared deals with a teenage girl, Paula (Julia Millbank), whose life is put at risk when she uncovers evidence that could put a local ... is notable for its use of the then recently released Kate Bush pop song Running Up That Hill as its main theme tune ...
Love Hurts - Roy Orbison Version
... in 1961 and issued it as the B-side to "Running Scared" ... While "Running Scared" was an international hit, the B-side only picked up significant airplay in Australia ... Consequently, chart figures for Australia show "Running Scared"/"Love Hurts" as a double A-Side, both sides peaking at #5 ...

Famous quotes containing the words scared and/or running:

    Scared, huh. I ain’t never gonna be scared no more. I was though. For a while it looked as though we was beat, good and beat. Looked like we didn’t have nobody in the whole wide world but enemies. Like nobody was friendly no more. Made me feel kind a bad and scared too. Like we was lost and nobody cared.
    Nunnally Johnson (1897–1977)

    I don’t think that a leader can control to any great extent his destiny. Very seldom can he step in and change the situation if the forces of history are running in another direction.
    Richard M. Nixon (1913–1995)