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Blood Vows: The Story of a Mafia Wife

Blood Vows: The Story of a Mafia Wife
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VHS cover
Directed by Paul Wendkos
Produced by S. Bryan Hickox
Written by Guerdon Trueblood
Starring Melissa Gilbert
Joe Penny
Music by William Goldstein
Cinematography Bernd Heinl
Studio Fries Entertainment (1987, original) MGM (current owner)
Distributed by NBC
Release date(s) January 18, 1987
Running time 93 minutes
Country US
Language English

Blood Vows: The Story of a Mafia Wife is a 1987 television film directed by Paul Wendkos. The film received generally negative reviews.[1]


Marian is a fashion designer who thinks she is leading the perfect life when she marries attorney Edward. It soon turns out to be that her husband is the son of a powerful mafia family. Soon, the family involves Marian and her friends with organized crime, ruining her life. She starts to fight against the family when one of her best friends is murdered.



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