Innocent Blood
Innocent Blood
Directed By
John Landis
Produced By
Leslie Belzberg
Lee Rich
Written By
Michael Wolk
Anne Parillaud
David Proval
Rocco Sisto
Chazz Palminteri
Anthony LaPaglia
Robert Loggia
Tony Sirico
Tony Lip
Kim Coates
Marshall Bell
Leo Burmester
Robin Thomas
Angela Bassett
Frank Oz
Luis Guzman
Don Rickles
Music By
Ira Newborn
Mac Ahlberg
Editing By
Dale Beldin

Distributed By
Warner Bros.
Release Date(s)
September 25, 1992
112 minutes
Flag of the United States United States

Innocent Blood is a 1992 American horror-crime film directed by John Landis. The film stars Anne Parillaud as a beautiful French vampire who finds herself pitted against a gang of vicious mobsters led by Robert Loggia, who eventually becomes a vampire himself.



  • Anne Parillaud as Marie
  • Robert Loggia as Salvator "Sal the Shark" Macelli
  • Anthony LaPaglia as Joseph Gennaro
  • Don Rickles as Manny Bergman
  • David Proval as Lenny
  • Rocco Sisto as Gilly
  • Chazz Palminteri as Tony
  • Kim Coates as Ray
  • Marshall Bell as Marsh
  • Linnea Quigley as the Nurse
  • Tony Sirico as Jacko
  • Tony Lip as Frank
  • Luis Guzman as Morales
  • Angela Bassett as U.S. Attorney Sinclair
  • Leo Burmester as Dave Finton
  • Frank Oz as Pathologist
  • Tom Savini as News Photographer
  • Sam Raimi as Roma Meats Man
  • Dario Argento as Paramedic



External linksEdit


Innocent Blood trailer(official trailer) 199201:57

Innocent Blood trailer(official trailer) 1992

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