Blind Fury

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Rutger Hauer plays a blinded Vietnam vet who also happens to be an expert swordsman. Twenty years after the war, Hauer finds himself waist-deep in gangsters when he tries to help the son (Brandon Call) of an old army buddy. Along the way, he reforms an ex-comrade in arms (Terrance O'Quinn) who was responsible for the accident that blinded him. Based on a series of Japanese films about a blind samurai (released under the blanket title of Zatoichi).
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Overview

Rutger Hauer plays a blinded Vietnam vet who also happens to be an expert swordsman. Twenty years after the war, Hauer finds himself waist-deep in gangsters when he tries to help the son (Brandon Call) of an old army buddy. Along the way, he reforms an ex-comrade in arms (Terrance O'Quinn) who was responsible for the accident that blinded him. Based on a series of Japanese films about a blind samurai (released under the blanket title of Zatoichi).
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Special Features

Closed Caption; Talent files; Previews
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Editorial Reviews

All Movie Guide - Michael Costello
Phillip Noyce's tongue-in-cheek actioner, loosely inspired by Japan's popular Zatoichi series, is somewhat redeemed by the comic performance of Rutger Hauer as the blind swordsman. Despite the presumably limited demand for swordsmen in late 20th century America, Hauer's Vietnam vet happens to turn up to visit his former army buddy just when the latter's family is under attack. When he's forced to take the son cross-country to Reno in the search for his now-indentured friend, the film squeezes some humor out of his ability to handle a horde of well-armed thugs more easily than the recalcitrant kid. Often cast as the embodiment of evil, Hauer is surprisingly funny here, adopting a slack, helpless body language and an expression of beatific ignorance, suggesting that he has no idea that his flashing sword is mowing down a legion of bad guys. Of course, the one-joke script wears thin after awhile, but for those who can ignore the fortune-cookie aphorisms, it's a not unwelcome diversion.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 12/28/2004
  • UPC: 043396073401
  • Original Release: 1990
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  • Source: Sony Pictures
  • Region Code: 1
  • Time: 1:26:00
  • Format: DVD

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Rutger Hauer Nick Parker
Brandon Call Billy Devereaux
Terry O'Quinn Frank Devereaux
Lisa Blount Annie Winchester
Noble Willingham MacCready
Meg Foster Lynn Devereaux
Sho Kosugi The Assassin
Nick Cassavetes Lyle Pike
Rick Overton Tector Pike
Randall "Tex" Cobb Slag
Charles Cooper Cobb
Woody Watson Crooked Miami Cop
Alex Morris Crooked Miami Cop
Weasel Forshaw Popcorn
Roy J. Morgan Six Pack
Tim Mateer Snow
C.K. McFarland Female Biker
Blue Deckert Cornfield Killer
Red Mitchell Cornfield Killer
Tiger Chung Lee Casino Bodyguard
Gene Skillen Croupier
Robert Manning The Drug Dealer
David R. Ellis Ski Lodge Killer
Mike Adams Ski Lodge Killer
Fred Lerner Ski Lodge Killer
Technical Credits
Phillip Noyce Director
Don Burgess Cinematographer
Charles Robert Carner Associate Producer, Screenwriter
Robert W. Cort Executive Producer, Producer
Tom Davies Asst. Director
Katherine Dover Costumes/Costume Designer
Daniel Grodnik Producer
Ryozo Kasahara Screenwriter
Dennis Madalone Stunts
David Madden Executive Producer, Producer
Tim Matheson Co-producer
Dennis Murphy Associate Producer, Production Designer
Dennis Murphy Associate Producer, Production Manager
Peter Murton Production Designer
J. Peter Robinson Score Composer
David Simmons Editor
Larry Wilson Screenwriter
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Scene Index

Side #1 --
1. Start [2:45]
2. Sound Training [4:39]
3. Miami Punks [2:25]
4. Frank Devereaux [1:41]
5. 376 Oceanway [3:12]
6. "Where's Your Boy?" [2:08]
7. To Protect & Serve [2:48]
8. "We Have to Go." [1:46]
9. Annie Winchester [2:01]
10. Rock Candy [1:56]
11. Pals for Life [3:26]
12. The Truth [2:16]
13. Corn-Stalked [6:06]
14. Strong Man [2:36]
15. "Bang!" [1:43]
16. "Get Us Out of Here." [5:54]
17. Driving Blind [5:21]
18. Nick at the Wheel [:46]
19. Penthouse Visit [4:11]
20. "Hi Buddy." [1:01]
21. Colleen [2:28]
22. Winterhaven Welcome [5:14]
23. "Nice Shootin'." [:52]
24. Ballroom Brawl [2:17]
25. Doing Some Business [3:37]
26. Master Swordsmen [1:02]
27. Cut Down to Size [2:35]
28. Lone Swordsman [1:30]
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Menu

Side #1 --
   Play Movie
   Audio Set-Up
      English 2-Channel (Dolby Surround)
      Spanish/Español
      Portuguese/Português
   Subtitles
      English
      Spanish/Español
      Portuguese/Português
      Chinese
      Korean
      Thai
      Subtitles Off
   Special Features
      Rutger Hauer Talent Files
      Theatrical Trailers
         Blind Fury
         Omega Doom
         Arctic Blue
   Scene Selections
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