Alamo Bay Trailer

Alamo Bay Trailer (1985)

"Alamo Bay. A place where everyone risked everything for a piece of the American Dream." 03 April 1985 Drama 98 mins

A despondent Vietnam veteran in danger of losing his livelihood is pushed to the edge when he sees Vietnamese immigrants moving into the fishing industry in a Texas bay town.

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Crew

Louis Malle

Director

Ry Cooder

Original Music Composer

International Releases Dates

United States 03 April 1985

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