The Blood of Heroes

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The Blood of Heroes

1989 post-apocalyptic film directed by David Webb Peoples and starring Rutger Hauer and Joan Chen add

Category: Movies & TV (402)

Launched in 1989.

Countries: United States (50%), Netherlands (25%), China (25%)

Main connections: Joan Chen, Rutger Hauer, Janet Peoples

Linked to: YouTube

 

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1989

"'The Blood of Heroes"' is a 1989 post-apocalyptic film directed by David Webb Peoples and starring Rutger Hauer and Joan Chen add something

 

"'The Blood of Heroes"' is a 1989 post-apocalyptic film directed by David Webb Peoples and starring Rutger Hauer and Joan Chen add something

 

"'The Blood of Heroes"' is a 1989 post-apocalyptic film directed by David Webb Peoples and starring Rutger Hauer and Joan Chen add something

 

"'The Blood of Heroes"' is a 1989 post-apocalyptic film directed by David Webb Peoples and starring Rutger Hauer and Joan Chen add something


1990

Full versions were released on VHS in the early 1990s in Australia, the United Kingdom, Europe and Japan add something

 

Full versions were released on VHS in the early 1990s in Australia, the United Kingdom, Europe and Japan add something

 

Full versions were released on VHS in the early 1990s in Australia, the United Kingdom, Europe and Japan add something

 

Full versions were released on VHS in the early 1990s in Australia, the United Kingdom, Europe and Japan add something


2001

Various distributors began releasing the original cut on DVD in early 2001, known as the extended version add something

 

Various distributors began releasing the original cut on DVD in early 2001, known as the extended version add something

 

Various distributors began releasing the original cut on DVD in early 2001, known as the extended version add something

 

Various distributors began releasing the original cut on DVD in early 2001, known as the extended version add something


2017

In 2017, a 2-disc Blu-ray set with both cuts of the film was released in Japan add something