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Blood, Guts, Bullets, and Octane is a 1998 independent action comedy film (with elements of dark humor) written and directed by Joe Carnahan. The film stars Joe Carnahan and Dan Leis as two salesman of a failing used car dealership who are paid $250,000 to allow a 1963 Pontiac LeMans convertible onto the dealership lot for two days. As of 1999, the film had been negotiated to be developed by Carnahan and producer Bob Levy as a prime time series on NBC. However, the series has not materialized as of 2011.
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