Born to Race (1988 film)

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Born to Race
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Directed by James Fargo
Starring Joseph Bottoms
Edited by Thomas Stanford
Production
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Distributed by United Artists
Release date
January 29, 1988
Running time
98 minutes
CountryUnited States
LanguageEnglish

Born to Race is a 1988 film directed by James Fargo. It stars Joseph Bottoms and Marla Heasley. [1]

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