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Deep Blood

Deep Blood
Directed by Raffaele Donato
Joe D'Amato (uncredited)
Produced by Joe D'Amato
Written by George Nelson Ott
Starring Frank Baroni
Allen Cort
Keith Kelsch
James Camp
Cinematography Joe D'Amato
Distributed by Filmirage
Release date(s) 1989
Running time 90 min.
Country Italy
Language English

Deep Blood (also known as Squali and Sangue negli abissi/ Blood in the Abyss) is a 1989 Italian shark attack film directed by Raffaele Donato and Joe D'Amato and written by George Nelson Ott. It was edited by Kathleen Stratton, and contained original music by Carlo Maria Cordio. The film was made in Italy by Filmirage S.r.l. and Variety Film Production.[1]


Several men try to stop an ancient Native American evil in the form of a killer shark that is attacking a beach community.


  • Frank Baroni
  • Allen Cort
  • Keith Kelsch
  • James Camp
  • Tody Bernard
  • John K. Brune
  • Margareth Hanks
  • Van Jensens
  • Don Perrin
  • Claude File
  • Charlie Brill
  • Mitzi McCall


As of 2011, the film has still not been officially released in the United States in any home video format. It was released on DVD in the Czech Republic in 2009.[2]

See also

  • List of killer shark films


External links

Internet Movie Database

Template:Joe D'Amato

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