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In the early '90s, Brian Bosworth made the seamless transition from football bad boy to onscreen bad ass. In Stone Cold, the Boz plays cop Joe Huff, a brute force specialist. The FBI contracts him to take down a biker gang known as the Brotherhood, who have been implicated in drug trafficking and several murders. Joe assumes the personality of John Stone and goes undercover. His mission seems not to bust the gang but rather to kill with excessive force. Before he can take the law into his own hands, however, he has to get in with the gang's leader, the impressively tough Chains. The Boz doesn't disappoint, and he gets his chance in the final confrontation where he takes on several score of the Brotherhood in the street battle to end all street battles. ~ Brian Whitener, Rovi

  • Release date:May 17, 1991


Brian Bosworth
as Joe Huff/John Stone
Lance Henriksen
as Chains
William Forsythe
as Ice
Arabella Holzbog
as Nancy
Sam McMurray
as Lance
Richard Gant
as Cunningham
Paolo Tocha
as Bolivian
David Tress
as Brent Whipperton
Demetre Phillips
as Greek
Alfred Stepputat
as Smokey
Folkert Schmidt
as 1st Guardsman
Gene Hartline
as Leroy
Kevin Page
as 2nd Mobster
Matt Johnston
as 2nd Guardsman
Gregory Scott Cummins
as A.W.O.L.
Boyce Holleman
as County Judge
Tracy Hutchinson
as Pool Playing Chick
Branda Lynn Klemme
as Marie
Evan James
as Gut
Michael Wren
as Martinez
Renee O'Connor
as Tinselteeth
Troy Brown
as 2nd Henchman
Charles Stranski
as Police Lieutenant
Nick Dimitri
as Trucker #1
Paul Lane
as Vitamin
Billy Million
as Trouble
Frank Ferrara
as 1st Henchman
Dave Efron
as 2nd Trucker
Michael James
as Larry
Robert Prentiss
as 1st Mobster
Robert Winley
as Mudfish
Ron Recasner
as Police Officer
Benjamin Rosenberg
as Domicci
Tom Magee
as Mountain
Tony Pierce
as Tool
Bill Gratton
as Judge Townsend
Illana Shoshan
as Sharon
Janis Flax
as Nurse
Jennifer Synnott
as Ice's Girl
Jerry Colker
as Market Psycho
John Hateley
as Hooter
John Terrence
as Minister
Josie Dapar
as Madame Lu
Karen Abernathy
as News Anchor
Laura Albert
as Joe's Girlfriend
Maggie Egan
as Mother
Magic Schwartz
as Poker


Craig R. Baxley
Yoram Ben-Ami
Mace Neufeld
Craig R. Baxley
Walter Doniger
Alexander Gruszynski
Sylvester Levay
Composer (Music Score)
Larry Bock
Mark Helfrich
Edward Warschilka
Richard L. Johnson
Production Designer
Louis Mann
Production Designer
Nick Grillo
Andrew D.T. Pfeffer
Udi Nedivi
Associate Producer
Gary Wichard
Executive Producer
Walter Doniger
Executive Producer
Tammy Mor
Costume Designer
Shawna Leavell
Costume Designer
Cathy Henderson
Ted Chu
First Assistant Camera