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|Into the Badlands|
Into the Badlands promotional poster
|Directed by||Sam Pillsbury|
|Produced by||Harvey Frand|
|Written by|| Marcia Muller |
Gordon T. Dawson
|Based on||The Streets of Laredo by Heck Allen (under the pseudonym Will Henry)|
|Starring|| Bruce Dern |
|Music by||John Debney|
|Cinematography||Johnny E. Jensen|
|Edited by|| Stanford C. Allen |
John A. Barton
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