Heavy Metal Trailer

Heavy Metal Trailer (1981)

"A Step Beyond Science Fiction" 07 August 1981 Animated, Sci-Fi 90 mins

A glowing orb terrorizes a young girl with a collection of stories of dark fantasy, eroticism and horror.

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Jean Giraud

Jean Giraud Characters

Leonard Mogel

Leonard Mogel Executive Producer

Elmer Bernstein

Original Music Composer

John Bruno

John Bruno Special Effects

Milton Gray

Milton Gray Animation

Rick Maki

Rick Maki Animation

International Titles

Heavy Metal Sex Crime and RocknRoll Trailer

Métal hurlant Trailer

International Releases Dates

Czech Republic 05 May 1997

Germany 18 February 1982

United States 07 August 1981

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