Blind Date (1984 film)

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This article is about the 1984 film. For other meanings of Blind Date, see Blind date (disambiguation).
Blind Date
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Directed by Nico Mastorakis
Produced by J.D. Corinis (associate producer)
Nico Mastorakis (producer)
Michael Rich[disambiguation needed] (associate producer)
D.T. Skouras (executive producer)
Written by Nico Mastorakis
Fred C. Perry
Starring Kirstie Alley
Joseph Bottoms
James Daughton
Keir Dullea
Music by Stanley Myers
Cinematography Andreas Bellis (as Andrew Bellis)
Edited by George Rosenburg
Distributed by New Line Cinema
Release date(s) June 1984
Running time 103 minutes
Country United States
Greece
Language English

Blind Date, also known as Deadly Seduction, is a 1984 independent thriller by B-film maker Nico Mastorakis. It stars Kirstie Alley and Joseph Bottoms. Marina Sirtis and Valeria Golino, who would both go on to greater fame, and Lana Clarkson, murdered by Phil Spector in 2003,[1] also appear in the film.

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When Jonathon Ratcliff (Bottoms) suddenly becomes blind, doctors fit him with an experimental electronic device designed to partially restore his sight. With his renewed vision, he witnesses a murder and must stop a serial killer.

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