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|Directed by||David Mitchell|
|Produced by|| Damian Lee |
|Written by||Damian Lee|
|Music by||John Cascella|
|Edited by||Reid Dennison|
|Distributed by|| Cineplex-Odeon Films |
Rose & Ruby Productions
September 1, 1989 (USA)
|Country||United States, Canada|
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A con-artist meets a tough fighter and sees him as her ticket to a better life. The two make an agreement and head off to New Orleans to arrange a match with "the man" - the mysterious king of bare-knuckled boxing. There are no rules for this fight...one man wins when the other dies.
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