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Defiance (1980 film)

Defiance
Directed by John Flynn
Produced by Jerry Bruckheimer
William S. Gilmore
Executive producer
Robert J. Wunsch
Written by Thomas Michael Donnelly
Mark Tulin
Starring Jan-Michael Vincent
Theresa Saldana
Music by Dominic Frontiere
Gerard McMahon
Cinematography Ric Waite
Edited by David Finfer
Distributed by American International Pictures
Release dates
  • March 14, 1980 (1980-03-14)
Running time 103 minutes
Country United States
Language English

Defiance is a 1980 American film starring Jan-Michael Vincent, Art Carney, and Theresa Saldana.

The film, an early Jerry Bruckheimer production, follows a suspended young seaman (Jan-Michael Vincent) who takes up temporary housing in a neighborhood overrun by a gang while waiting for his next orders to ship out. The gang is in dominating control, stealing and robbing at will. No one will press charges due to fear of retribution, so he takes matters into his own hands to combat the growing violence, spurring his fellow neighbors to join him.

The film was unsuccessful upon release, both with critics and the public, though it was shown often on cable movie channels (such as HBO) in the early '80s.

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