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   <div class="large-6 columns">'''[[/Review|Deathcheaters]]''' ([[:Category:1976|1976]], [[:Category:Ozploitation|AUS]]) is a [[:Category:Crime|Crime]]-Action film directed by [[Brian Trenchard-Smith]].   
   <div class="large-6 columns">'''[[/Review|Deathcheaters]]''' ([[:Category:1976|1976]], [[:Category:Ozploitation|AUS]]) is a [[:Category:Crime|Crime]]-Action film directed by [[:Category: Brian Trenchard-Smith|Brian Trenchard-Smith]].   
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Latest revision as of 23:44, 14 November 2019

Deathcheaters (1976, AUS) is a Crime-Action film directed by Brian Trenchard-Smith.


Main Details

  • Released in 1976
  • Colour
  • Running time: 93 minutes
  • Production co: Brian Trenchard-Smith Productions
  • Directed by Brian Trenchard-Smith
  • Written by Michael Cove, Brian Trenchard-Smith (story)
  • Produced by Brian Trenchard-Smith
  • Starring John Hargreaves, Grant Page
  • Music by Peter Martin
  • Cinematography by John Seale
  • Film Editing by Ron Williams

Also Known As

  • Death Cheaters (USA)
  • Kuoleman uhmaajat (Finland)


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