White Fire

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White Fire
Whitefire.jpg
VHS box cover
Directed by Jean-Marie Pallardy
Produced by Jean-Marie Pallardy
Allen G. Rainer
Written by Edward John Francis (Jean-Marie Pallardy)
Starring Robert Ginty
Fred Williamson
Belinda Mayne
Jess Hahn
Mirella Banti
Diana Goodman
Gordon Mitchell
Music by Jon Lord
Cinematography Roger Fellous
Edited by Bruno Zincone
Distributed by Trans World Entertainment
Release date
1985
Running time
101
Country France, Turkey, United States

White Fire (also known as Vivre Pour Survivre and Le Diamant) is a 1985 French-American-Italian-Turkish thriller film by Jean-Marie Pallardy. It stars Robert Ginty, Fred Williamson, Gordon Mitchell and Jess Hahn.[1][2][3][4] The title song of the film is White Fire, sung by rock group Limelight.

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A brother and sister that are employees at a diamond mineshaft company stumble upon the discovery of a legendary diamond, the "White Fire", and a band of criminals set out to take it from them.

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