Mean Dog Blues Trailer

Mean Dog Blues Trailer (1978)

"No one ever escaped from prison camp #4. This one kid is going to try!" 03 March 1978 108 mins

Former TV documentary filmmaker Mel Stuart tries to inject an acceptable degree of verisimilitude in Mean Dog Blues. A victim of circumstance, country and western musician Paul Ramsey (Gregg Henry) finds himself on a Southern chain gang. Captain Omar Kinsman (George Kennedy) snarls a lot as the obligatory sadistic prison guard, but the film's real villains are Victor and Donna Lacey (William Windom and Tina Louise) as the Bonnie-and-Clyde couple who get Henry into trouble. Listed as editor is Housley Stevenson, the son of the late Hollywood character-actor Onslow Stevens.

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Cast

Gregg Henry

as Paul Ramsey

Kay Lenz

as Linda Ramsey

Tina Louise

as Donna Lacey

Felton Perry

as Jake Turner

Gregory Sierra

as Jesus Gonzalez

James Wainwright

as Sgt. Hubbell Wacker

William Windom

as Victor Lacey

George Kennedy

as Captain Omar Kinsman

International Titles

Das Teufelscamp Trailer

International Releases Dates

United States 03 March 1978

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