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Rolling Thunder (1977, USA) is a Crime-Revenge film directed by John Flynn.
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- Released in 1977
- Running Time: 95 Min.
- Production Co: American International Pictures
- Distribution Co.: American International Pictures, Actueel Film (1979) (Netherlands) (theatrical), Ambassador Film Distributors (1977) (Canada) (theatrical)
- Directed by John Flynn
- Written by Paul Schrader & Heywood Gould
- Starring: William Devane, Tommy Lee Jones, James Best
- Produced by Lawrence Gordon, Norman T. Herman
- Original Music by Barry De Vorzon
- Cinematography by Jordan Cronenweth
- Film Editing by Frank P. Keller
- A returning war veteran loses his family to a violent home invasion and decides to seek and retaliate against those responsible.
Also known as
- Der Mann mit der Stahlkralle (Germany)
- El Ex-Preso de Corea (Spain)
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- A Vietnam Vet Kills For Revenge
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