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Blood Tide

This article is about the 1982 film. For other uses, see Bloodtide (disambiguation).
Blood Tide
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Directed by Richard Jefferies
Produced by Luigi Cingolani (associate producer)
Donald Langdon (producer)
Nico Mastorakis (producer)
John D. Schofield (executive producer)
Brian Trenchard-Smith (co-producer)
Written by Richard Jefferies (screenplay) &
Nico Mastorakis (screenplay)
Starring See below
Music by Jerry Mosely
Cinematography Aris Stavrou
Editing by Michael Bloecher
Alberto Valenzuela
Running time 80 minutes (Germany)
97 minutes (UK)
82 minutes (USA)
Country UK, Greece
Language English

Blood Tide is a 1982 British film directed by Richard Jefferies. The film is also known as Bloodtide (in the USA) and Demon Island (American TV title).


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