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FULL SYNOPSIS

Arnold Schwarzenegger plays a taciturn law-enforcement officer from Russia. James Belushi co-stars as a wise-lipped Chicago cop. Though they go together like caviar and White Castles, they are forced to team up to collar the Soviet Union's most notorious drug lord. Thus does director Walter Hill recycle his Walter Hill formula for another unlikely star team. Unfortunately, Red Heat isn't half as enjoyable as the earlier film, owing to a lack of rapport between the two leading men and an overall lack of inspiration infecting the whole project. The one notable aspect of Red Heat is that it was the first commercial American film to stage scenes in Moscow's Red Square. Watch for Laurence Fishburne (still billed as "Larry") in a secondary role. ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi

  • Release date:June 17, 1988

Cast

Arnold Schwarzenegger
as Capt. Ivan Danko
James Belushi
as Det. Sgt. Art Ridzik
Peter Boyle
as Police Comdr. Lou Donnelly
Ed O'Ross
as Victor Rostavili
Laurence Fishburne
as Lt. Stobbs
Gina Gershon
as Cat Manzetti
Richard Bright
as Sgt. Gallagher
Brent Jennings
as Abdul Elijah
Savely Kramarov
as Gregor Moussorsky
Gene Scherer
as Consul Stepanovich
Pruitt Taylor Vince
as Night Clerk
J.W. Smith
as Salim
Gretchen Palmer
as Hooker
Marjorie Bransfeld
as Waitress
Eric Mansker
as Ali
Michael Hagerty
as Pat Nunn
Brion James
as Streak
Gloria Delaney
as Intern
Peter Jason
as TV Announcer
Oleg Vidov
as Yuri Ogarkov
Tengiz Borisoff
as Josep Baroda
Roger Callard
as Pytor Tatomovich
Gabor Koncz
as Vagran Rostavili
Geza Balkay
as Col. Kulikov
Zsolt Kortvelyessy
as Lt. Redetsky
Janos Ban
as Officer
Masanori Toguchi
as Mongol Hippy
Sven Ole Thorsen
as Nikolai
Norbert Novenyi
as Sacha
Istvan Etlenyi
as Yegor
Peter Marikovsky
as Waiter
Istvan Vajas
as Gangster
Peter Kis
as Gangster
Atilla Fasi
as Gangster
Lew Hopson
as Jamal
Jason Ronard
as Nelligan
Gigi Vorgan
as Audrey
Allan Graf
as Prison Guard
Kurt Fuller
as Detective
Bruno Acalinas
as Detective
Christopher Mankiewicz
as Cop in Hospital
Bob O'Donnell
as Newsie
Luis Contreras
as Lupo
Christopher Anthony Young
as Hooligan
Ed de Fusco
as Police Photographer
Joey D. Vieira
as Man at Phone Booth
Mike Adams
as Railroad Engineer
Jason Ronard
as Nelligan
Mike Adams
as Railroad Engineer
Janos Ban
as Officer
Peter Jason
as TV Announcer
Peter Marikovsky
as Waiter
Masanori Toguchi
as Mongol Hippy
Sven Ole Thorsen
as Nikolai
Oleg Vidov
as Yuri Ogarkov
Tengiz Borisoff
as Josep Baroda
Gloria Delaney
as Intern
Lew Hopson
as Jamal
Joey D. Vieira
as Man at Phone Booth
Geza Balkay
as Col. Kulikov
Kurt Fuller
as Detective
Zsolt Kortvelyessy
as Lt. Redetsky
Michael Hagerty
as Pat Nunn
Ed de Fusco
as Police Photographer
Bruno Acalinas
as Detective
Brion James
as Streak
Christopher Anthony Young
as Hooligan
Atilla Fasi
as Gangster
Norbert Novenyi
as Sacha
Christopher Mankiewicz
as Cop in Hospital
Gigi Vorgan
as Audrey
Bob O'Donnell
as Newsie
Allan Graf
as Prison Guard
Eric Mansker
as Ali
Gabor Koncz
as Vagran Rostavili
Luis Contreras
as Lupo
Istvan Vajas
as Gangster
Roger Callard
as Pytor Tatomovich
Istvan Etlenyi
as Yegor
Peter Kis
as Gangster
Marjorie Bransfeld
as Waitress

Crew

Walter Hill
Director
Walter Hill
Producer
Gordon Carroll
Producer
Harry Kleiner
Screenwriter
Troy Kennedy Martin
Screenwriter
Walter Hill
Screen Story
Walter Hill
Screenwriter
Matthew Leonetti
Cinematographer
James Horner
Composer (Music Score)
Mickey Oliver
Songwriter
Robert Mellin
Songwriter
Donn Aron
Editor
Carmel Davies
Editor
John Vallone
Production Designer
Dirk Petersmann
Production Designer
Michael Corenblith
Art Director
Ernst Wurzer
Art Director
Mae Woods
Associate Producer
Andrew G. Vajna
Executive Producer
Mario Kassar
Executive Producer
Ernie Bishop
Set Designer
Nick Navarro
Set Designer
Richard Bryce Goodman
Sound/Sound Designer
James R. Dyer
First Assistant Director
Ginger Farley
Choreography
Jackie Burch
Casting
Jeff Dawn
Makeup
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