Mean Dog Blues

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Mean Dog Blues
Directed by Mel Stuart
Starring Gregg Henry
Music by Fred Karlin
Distributed by American International Pictures
Release dates
March 1978
Running time
108 min.
Country United States
Language English

Mean Dog Blues is a 1978 drama film directed by Mel Stuart. It stars Gregg Henry and Kay Lenz.[1]


A friend driving under the influence seriously injures a child. Paul Ramsey, a singer, offers to take the rap in court, only to be double-crossed and sentenced to five years in prison.

He ends up with other inmates treated sadistically by a brutal prison official who makes them train his vicious attack dogs.



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