Blind Justice

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Overview

In this off-beat western, a gunfighter single-handedly takes on a band of ruthless bandits and prevents them from stealing a cache of government silver from a beleaguered little town. The gunslinger Armand Assante is not only remarkable for his quick draw and deadly aim, but also for the fact that a Civil War injury left him nearly blind. He carries with him the little baby he vowed to rear and protect after the war.
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Overview

In this off-beat western, a gunfighter single-handedly takes on a band of ruthless bandits and prevents them from stealing a cache of government silver from a beleaguered little town. The gunslinger Armand Assante is not only remarkable for his quick draw and deadly aim, but also for the fact that a Civil War injury left him nearly blind. He carries with him the little baby he vowed to rear and protect after the war.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 3/21/2012
  • UPC: 883316453599
  • Original Release: 1994
  • Source: Warner Archives
  • Format: DVD
  • Sales rank: 71,918

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Armand Assante Canaan
Elisabeth Shue Caroline
Robert Davi Alacran
Adam Baldwin Sgt. Hastings
Danny Nucci Roberto
Ian McElhinney Father Malone
Gary Cervantes Luis
Jesse Dabson Private Wilcox
M.C. Gainey Bull
Michael A. Goorjian Soldier #1
Jimmy Herman Shaman
Tom Hodges Soldier #2
Jack Black Private
Clayton Landey Ernie Fowler
James Oscar Lee Beauchamp
Daniel O'Haco Scout
Jeff O'Haco Vato
Michael O'Neill Spencer Heyman
Douglas Roberts Captain Teller
Titus Welliver Summer
Technical Credits
Richard Spence Director
Gilbert Combs Stunts
Jack Conroy Cinematographer
Marc Dabe Art Director
Richard Gibbs Score Composer
David Heyman Producer
Robert Jauregui Stunts
Chester Kaczenski Production Designer
Rick Nathanson Producer
C. Timothy O'Meara Editor
Carol Ramsey Costumes/Costume Designer
Sally Thornton Set Decoration/Design
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Turn off the sound

    Not good. The dialogue is stilted and dumb. The setting's colorful enough, and there are some neat scenes and effects (riding through a ring of fire, blowing up a church). But there's no reason given why the hero is a crack shot, nor any idea of what drives him. A nice try that falls way short.

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