Blood, Guts, Bullets and Octane

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Blood, Guts, Bullets, and Octane
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Film poster
Directed by Joe Carnahan
Produced by Joe Carnahan
Dan Leis
Written by Joe Carnahan
Starring Joe Carnahan
Dan Leis
Nick Fenske
Music by Dan Kolton
Luis Resto
Edited by Joe Carnahan
Distributed by New Wave Films
Lions Gate Entertainment
Release date(s) September 1997 (New York Independent Feature Film Market)
1998 Sundance Film Festival
Running time 87 minutes
Language English
Box office $15,035[1]

Blood, Guts, Bullets, and Octane is a 1998 independent action comedy film (with elements of dark humor) written, produced, edited, directed and starring Joe Carnahan. The film stars Carnahan and the film's other producer Dan Leis as two salesman of a failing used car dealership who are paid $250,000 to allow a 1963 Pontiac LeMans convertible onto the dealership lot for two days.[2]

For years the film was under negotiation for development as a prime time series on NBC by Carnahan and producer Bob Levy.[3] However, the series has not materialized.

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