A blind Vietnam vet, trained as a swordfighter, comes to America and helps to rescue the son of a fellow soldier.
|鲁特格尔·哈尔 (Rutger Hauer)||饰||Nick Parker|
|特瑞·欧奎恩 (Terry O'Quinn)||饰||Frank Devereaux (as Terrance O'Quinn)|
|Brandon Call||饰||Billy Devereaux|
|丽萨·布伦特 (Lisa Blount)||饰||Annie Winchester|
A totally blind vietnam vet comes back to help this boy and mother who are being chased by criminals. The blind man is a swords man, who fights against people with guns, swords, drives a car, and does it all better than anyone with 20/20 vision. No matter what the challenge, the blind man can take away guns, dodge bullets, and fight with a sword or stick equally well. A sighted person would have great trouble duplicating everything this blind guy does. Yes, he may have been a Shaolin Monk back in Vietnam, or trained with them, but blind is still blind. As the movie progresses the absurdity of …
He may be blind but he don't need no dog.
He's lucky he can't see what he's up against.
Master of the sword. Avenger of the truth. Blind as a bat.
- 声音混合： Dolby
- 纵横比：1.85 : 1
|出品公司||Daniel Grodnik Productions|
|发行公司||Columbia/Tri-Star (1990) (VHS) (United Kingdom)|
|Syncron Film (1989) (Theatrical) (Norway)|
|Shock Entertainment (2016) (Blu-ray) (Australia)|
|Sony Pictures Home Entertainment (2006) (DVD) (Australia)|
|RCA/Columbia Pictures Video (1990) (VHS) (Netherlands)|
|首映票房（美国）||$868,380, 18 March 1990|
- After principal photography was completed, a sequel to this movie was planned, but never materialized due to this movie's performance at the box-office.
- 提姆·麦锡森 was introduced to Producer Daniel Grodnik by Screenwriter 查尔斯·罗伯特. Matheson was interested in learning how to produce. Grodnik said to him if you ever bring me a piece of material that I like, you can be a producer on it with me. Two weeks later Matheson screened Zatoichi Challenged (1967) for Grodnik to develop as an American remake. It took two directors, three studios, seven years, and eleven drafts of the screenplay, to finally get the movie about a blind samurai in America made. Grodnik sold it to Jeff Sagansky, the president of TriStar Pictures, by pitching him two ad lines: "He don't need no dog" and "Pray you see him before he hears you". The main tagline in the end used on American movie posters was similarly: "He may be blind, but he don't need no dog."
- 鲁特格尔·哈尔 said of this movie on his official website: "Blind Fury (1989) was one of the most difficult jobs for me because of the combination with the swordplay. I'm glad it does not show. I mean that is was so difficult. Trained a month with a blind man who taught me his handicap. He was such a nice man. First thing he said was, 'I don't get confused about what I see.' Then I trained every morning at 4:30 before shooting for those seven weeks. Then 小杉正一 was brought in for the swordplay. That was an additional shoot for a week or so. Wonderful."