Die Hard

Die Hard

Director: John McTiernan Cast: Bruce Willis, Alan Rickman, Bonnie Bedelia

DVD (Wide Screen / Cardboard sleeve)

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Product Details

Release Date: 06/19/2007
UPC: 0024543440864
Original Release: 1988
Rating: R
Source: 20th Century Fox
Region Code: 1
Presentation: [Wide Screen]
Time: 2:12:00
Sales rank: 716

Special Features

Commentary by director John McTiernan and production designer Jackson DeGovia; Scene-specific commentary by special effects supervisor Richard Edlund; Subtitle commentary by various cast and crew; Branching version with the extended Power Shutdown Scene cut back in

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Bruce Willis John McClane
Alan Rickman Hans Gruber
Bonnie Bedelia Holly Gennero McClane
Alexander Godunov Karl
Reginald VelJohnson Sgt. Al Powell
William Atherton Thornburg
Paul Gleason Dwayne T. Robinson
De'Voreaux White Argyle
Hart Bochner Ellis
James Shigeta Takagi
Robert Davi Big Johnson
Grand L. Bush Little Johnson
Clarence Gilyard Theo
Bob A. Jennings Cameraman
Al Leong Uli
Bruno Doyon Franco
Andreas Wisniewski Tony
Joey Plewa Alexander
Lorenzo Caccialanza Marco
Gerard Bonn Kristoff
Dennis Hayden Eddie
Gary Roberts Heinrich
Hans Buhringer Fritz
Wilhelm von Homburg James
Bill Marcus City Engineer
Rick Ducommun City Worker
Matt Landers Capt. Mitchell
Carmine Zozzora Rivers
Dustyn Taylor Ginny
George Christy Hasseldorf
Anthony Peck Young Cop
Cheryl Baker Woman
Richard Parker Man
David Ursin Harvey Johnson
Mary Ellen Trainor Gail Wallens
Diana James Supervisor
Shelley Pogoda Dispatcher
Selma Archerd Hostage
Scot Bennett Hostage
Rebecca Broussard Hostage
Kate Finlayson Hostage
Shanna Higgins Hostage
Kym Malin Hostage
Taylor Fry Lucy McClane
Noah Land John Jr.
Betty Carvalho Paulina
Kip Waldo Convenience Store Clerk
Mark Goldstein Station Manager
Tracy Reiner Thornburg's Assistant
Rick Cicetti Guard
Fred Lerner Guard
Bill Margolin Producer
Bruce P. Schultz Cameraman
David Katz Soundman
Robert Lesser Businessman
Stella Hall Stewardess
Terri Lynn Doss Girl at Airport
Jon E. Greene Boy at Airport
P. Randall Bowers Kissing Man
Michele Laybourn Girl in Window

Technical Credits
John McTiernan Director
Beau Marks Associate Producer
Jackie Burch Casting
E.C. Chen Set Decoration/Design
Jan de Bont Cinematographer
Jackson de Govia Production Designer
Steven E. de Souza Screenwriter
Scott Eddo Makeup
Richard Edlund Special Effects
Art Fransen Consultant/advisor
Lawrence Gordon Producer
Charles Gordon Executive Producer
Roland Hill Set Decoration/Design
John R. Jensen Art Director
Michael Kamen Score Composer
Phillip Leonard Set Decoration/Design
John F. Link Editor
Al Overton Sound/Sound Designer
Chuck Picerni Stunts
Benjamin Rosenberg Asst. Director
Al di Sarro Special Effects
Joel Silver Producer
Jeb Stuart Screenwriter
Frank J. Urioste Editor
Marilyn Vance Costumes/Costume Designer

Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Die Hard
1. Landing in L.A.
2. Festival Flight
3. McClane Residence
4. Argyle
5. The Limo
6. Nakatomi Police
7. Takagi & Ellis
8. Reunited
9. Uninvited Guests
10. Separation Anxiety
11. Hostile Takeover
12. Disconnected Parties
13. Party Crashers
14. Meet Hans Gruber
15. Idustrialization & Men's Fashions
16. Fill in the Blanks
17. The Vault
18. False Alarm
19. I Promise I Won't Hurt You
20. Ho Ho Ho
21. Blood List
22. Mayday
23. Twinkie Patrol
24. The Shaft
25. Not a Creature Stirring
26. Welcome to the Party, Pal
27. Dick Thornburg
28. Mr. Mystery Guest
29. KFLW News
30. Missing Detonators
31. L.A.'s Finest
32. Going In
34. Chair Bomb
35. Contract Negotiations
36. Issuing Demands
37. Hostage Terrorist, Terrorist Hostage
38. Johnson & Johnson
39. Cat and Mouse
40. Shoot the Glass
41. Powell's Confession
42. Merry Christmas From the FBI
43. McClane's Confession
44. Nightly News
45. Vendetta
46. Meeting Mrs. McClane
47. Choppers up the Ass
48. The Roof
49. Escape Plan Foiled
50. Showdown
51. Happy Trails, Hans
52. Partner's Meet
53. Powell's Comeback
54. Let It Snow
55. End Credits

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Die Hard 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 18 reviews.
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"Die Hard" brought a much-needed new perspective to the action genre, and although Bruce "John McClain" Willis is awesome, most of the credit must go to Alan "Hans Gruber" Rickman, the most erudite and charming (and "John Phillips"-clad) villains of all time (I believe that the AFI agrees) and his team of Eurotrash bad boys. This movie was a pleasant relief from the numerous Schwarzenegger and Stallone films (not that I don't love some of them) featuring one lowest-common-denominator catchphrase and a million explosions. This movie, on the other hand, has, in addition to a million explosions, witty dialogue, a great plot, engaging characters, and a satisfying ending.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Die Hard is packed full of excellent action and suspense, a must see.
slimikin More than 1 year ago
I only recently watched Die Hard for the first time, although it'd been on my to-watch list for quite a while. I actually really enjoyed it. It had all the classic action film tropes: foreign-language-speaking bad guys, snappy dialogue, big, impressive explosions, absurdly incompetent police and federal agents, romance, and even, though I truly hate the word, bromance. In addition, I got to see Bruce Willis and Alan Rickman in two of the roles for which they're most famous. A particular treat in Alan Rickman's case, as I've managed, by some minor miracle, to miss seeing him portray a truly villainous character thus far...and Hans Gruber is an excellent villain! I'm not sure I'll immediately run out to see the sequels, but I definitely enjoyed this film enough to want to see what happens to John McClane next.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Try if you must, but Die Hard is the best action movie out there. No other movie can beat it with its contstant shoot outs and explosians, with the occasional memorible lines. Rent it, buy it, just remember to take it in small doses it's a lot of movie.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Die Hard was the first and star making vehicle of excellent actor Bruce Willis. Here he plays his most famous role as NYPD John McClane, a cop who travels to LA to visit his estranged wife Holly Genaro [Bonnie Bedellia]. Upon arriving at the Holly's company Christmas party in a massive skyscrapper, terrorists led by Hans Gruber [Alan Rickman from "Harry Potter"] hold all the employees attending the part hostage as McClane narrowly escapes and attempts to fulfill his duties as a police officer and foil the terrorists plans while attempting to contact outside local authorities. What follows is a non stop thrilling action roller coaster of a movie. Bruce Willis' dry humor is hilarious, the action is awesome if somewhat unbelievable, the villian is well played, and supporting roles of his limo driver, the twinkie eating LA cop who comes to his aid, and the nosey reporter seeking fame are all great. Even Bruce once said that of the first three Die Hard movies this one was his favorite. Watch it, if you like cool movies you won't be disappointed! Check out the new Die Hard movie it's awesome.
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