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Navajo Blues (1996)

R | | Action | 25 October 1996 (USA)
A police detective, who has to testify against a Las Vegas mobster's son who killed a cop, has to be hidden away for his safety until the hearing. Placed on an Indian reservation, he gets ... See full summary »

Director:

Joey Travolta

Writer:

Richard Dillon
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Steven Bauer ... Nick Epps / John Cole
Irene Bedard ... Audrey Wyako
Charlotte Lewis ... Elizabeth Wyako
Barry Donaldson Barry Donaldson ... Robert
Ed O'Ross ... Not Lightning Struck
George Yager George Yager ... Stevens
Tom Fridley ... Toby Jr.
Jack Bannon ... Captain Hansen
Michael Horse ... Begay
Billy Daydoge Billy Daydoge ... Grandfather Wyako
Israel Gonzales ... John
Heather Black ... Amy
Kenneth McCabe ... Kincaid
Addison Randall Addison Randall ... Quimbly
Joline Joline ... Shelby
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A police detective, who has to testify against a Las Vegas mobster's son who killed a cop, has to be hidden away for his safety until the hearing. Placed on an Indian reservation, he gets mixed up in a serial ritual killing being investigated by an Indian officer and falls in love with her half-sister, a half-breed whose father was an Englishman. Written by John Sacksteder <jsackste@bellsouth.net>

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Action

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Rated R for violence and language | See all certifications »
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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

25 October 1996 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Eraser in Las Vegas See more »

Filming Locations:

Littlefield, Arizona, USA

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The second car explosion is actually just the first one shown again. Look at the second car before it explodes and then after. See more »

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18 December 1999 | by rkahmerSee all my reviews

As a non-American Indian living and working in the Navajo Nation, I thought it would be interesting to see a film supposedly relevant to the people I was working with. Boy was I disappointed. The Navajo Nation Police as they are portrayed in this film make me cringe, not to mention the Navajo culture and people. This movie is sadly one large stereotype, and as most stereotypes is greatly off the mark. This film is a blemish on the career of a wonderful actress (Irene Bedard) {Irene- Why did you participate in this?}. If I recall correctly, this film was not even shot on the rez- it was shot in Utah or Nevada or something.


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