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Jack Nance, Charlotte Stewart, Allen Joseph, Jeanne Bates View All


David Lynch (Screenplay), David Lynch (Director) View All

Release: Mar. 19th, 1977
Runtime: 1 hour, 29 minutes
Henry Spencer tries to survive his industrial environment, his angry girlfriend, and the unbearable screams of his newly born mutant child.
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The Gunslinger45
It is a hell of a ride every time I watch the movie and I can totally see why this is a midnight movie classic.
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