Blind Justice (1994 film)
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|Directed by||Richard Spence|
|Produced by||David Heyman|
Neal H. Moritz
|Written by||Daniel Knauf|
|Music by||Richard Gibbs|
|Edited by||Carroll Timothy O'Meara|
|Distributed by||HBO Pictures|
Blind Justice is a 1994 American television film on HBO directed by Richard Spence. It features Armand Assante, Robert Davi, Elisabeth Shue, Adam Baldwin, and Jack Black. First Nations actor Jimmy Herman (Dances with Wolves) appears as a shaman. It was shot entirely in Arizona.
Canaan, a mysterious gunfighter left nearly blind from Civil War combat, roams through Mexico with a baby he has sworn to protect. On his way to a town where a family will supposedly adopt the baby, Canaan passes through a border town where U.S. Cavalry officers assigned to deliver a shipment of silver are under attack from bandits. With some reluctance, Canaan steps in to help the soldiers.
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