Skinheads (film)

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Skinheads FilmPoster.jpeg
Directed by Greydon Clark
Produced by Greydon Clark
Written by Greydon Clark
David Reskin
Starring Barbara Bain
Chuck Connors
Frank Noon
Music by Dan Slider
Cinematography Nicholas Josef von Sternberg
Edited by Travis Clark
Distributed by Greydon Clark Productions
Release date
  • August 8, 1989 (1989-08-08) (France)
Running time
94 minutes
Country United States
Language English

Skinheads is a 1989 United States thriller film, directed, written and produced by Greydon Clark.


A group of neo-Nazi skinheads violently rob a Jewish grocery. After they flee the scene of the crime, they stop at a roadside diner where they encounter some traveling students. The neo-Nazis terrorize the students and the owner of the diner, leaving two survivors who escape to the nearby Colorado mountains. The neo-Nazis give chase but are met with opposition when a World War II veteran living in the woods comes to the aid of the students.


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