Bill (1981 film)
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|Written by||Corey Blechman|
|Story by||Barry Morrow|
|Directed by||Anthony Page|
Anna Maria Horsford
|Theme music composer||William Kraft|
|Country of origin||United States|
|Executive producer(s)||Alan Landsburg|
|Running time||100 minutes|
|Production company(s)||Alan Landsburg Productions|
A sequel, Bill: On His Own, was released in 1983.
Bill is a man with an intellectual disability in his 60s. He ventures out into the world for the first time after spending most of his life at Grandville, a dreary inner city institution in Minneapolis, Minnesota, since age seven (when his mother sent him there). Bill is taken in by a kind family and learns what it means to love for the first time in his life.