|Lookin' to Get Out|
|সম্পাদক||Robert C. Jones|
|মুক্তি|| October 8, 1982 (premiere)|
July 22, 1983
Lookin’ to Get Out is a 1982 film directed by Hal Ashby and written by Al Schwartz and Jon Voight, who also stars. Voight's daughter, Angelina Jolie, then seven years old, briefly appears as the Voight character's daughter near the end of the movie. The film also stars Ann-Margret and Burt Young.
Director Ashby had notorious bouts with the studio and recut the film for himself before it was taken from his hands and recut by the studio. Years later, while speaking at the University of Southern California, Jon Voight discovered the version of the film that had been shown to the students wasn't the theatrical version but instead Ashby's original cut (which was considered lost). This was brought to the attention of Warner Home Video who released the Ashby Director Cut on DVD on June 30, 2009.