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Blood Red

Blood Red ★½ 1988 (R)

In 1895 Northern California, an Italian immigrant and his family give bloody battle to a powerful industrialist who wants their land in wine-growing country. Watch for the scenes involving veteran Roberts and his then-newcomer sister, pretty woman Julia. 91m/C VHS . Eric Roberts, Dennis Hopper, Gian-carlo Giannini, Burt Young, Carlin Glynn, Lara Harris, Susan Anspach, Julia Roberts, Elias Koteas, Frank Campanella, Aldo Ray, Horton Foote Jr.; D: Peter Masterson; W: Ron Cutler.

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