Lethal Weapon 3

Lethal Weapon 3

Director: Richard Donner Cast: Mel Gibson, Danny Glover, Joe Pesci
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Lethal Weapon 3

The third film in Richard Donner's Lethal Weapon series comes to DVD with a widescreen anamorphic transfer that preserves the original theatrical aspect ratio of 2.35:1. The closed-captioned English soundtrack is rendered in Dolby Digital 5.1, and a French soundtrack has been recorded in Dolby Digital Surround. English, French, and Spanish subtitles are accessible. Supplemental materials include a pair of theatrical trailers and production notes. Fans of the film will be happy with this competent, but by-the-numbers release from Warner Bros.

Product Details

Release Date: 12/17/1997
UPC: 0085391247524
Original Release: 1992
Rating: R
Source: Warner Home Video
Region Code: 1
Presentation: [Full Frame, Wide Screen]
Sound: [Dolby Digital Surround, Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround]
Time: 1:58:00

Special Features

Soundtrack remastered in Dolby Digital 5.1; Interactive menus; Production notes; Scene access; Two theatrical trailers; Languages and subtitles: English, Français, Español

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Mel Gibson Martin Riggs
Danny Glover Roger Murtaugh
Joe Pesci Leo Getz
Rene Russo Lorna Cole
Stuart Wilson Jack Travis
Stephen Kahan Capt. Ed Murphy
Darlene Love Trish Murtaugh
Damon Hines Nick Murtaugh
Ebonie Smith Carrie Murtaugh
Pete Antico 1st Henchman/Hubie
Marion Dougherty Actor
Traci Wolfe Rianne Murtaugh
Gregory Millar Tyrone
Nick Chinlund Hatchett
Jason Meshover-Iorg Young Cop
Alan Scarfe Herman Walters
Delores Hall Delores
Mary Ellen Trainor Dr. Stephanie Woods
Mark Pellegrino Billy Phelps
John Cenatiempo Smitty
Danny Wynands Hershel
Andrew Hill Newman Jaywalker
Kenneth Tigar Ernie/Detective
Sven Ole Thorsen 2nd Henchman
Paul Tuerpé 3rd Henchman
Ronnie Alicino 1st Squad Member
Eric Briant Wells 3rd Squad Member
Philip Moon 5th Squad Member
Bobby Wynn Darryl
Sylvia Webb White Darryl's Mother
Danny "Big" Black Darryl's Father
Vince Howard Preacher
Paul Hipp Doctor
Lauren Shuler Donner Nurse
Stephen Kay Movie Director
Michael George Miller Movie Assistant Director
Henry Kingi Movie Gun Punk
Adam Klineberg Movie Cop
Michele Landry Young Woman
Scott Bryce Young Man
Del Emory Shower Cop
John Harms Cop
James Oliver Manager
Marian Collier Patron
Norman D. Wilson George
Thomas A. Geas Man at Hamburger Stand
Gene Williams Gangbanger
Selma Archerd Officer Selma
Harvey Fisher Murtaugh Neighbor
Edward J. Rosen 1st Hockey Spectator
Jay Fiondella 2nd Hockey Spectator
Steve Luport Welder
Anthony T. Pennelo Dead Guard
Jay Byron Guard
Germain Williams Conductor
David Lee Bynum Construction Worker
Steve Psaros 1st Desk Cop
Paul Ganus 2nd Desk Cop
Don Stanley 1st Highway Patrolman
Maryellen Aviano 2nd Highway Patrolman
Michael Klastorin CDR Worker
J. Mills Goodloe Harbormaster
Jan de Bont Dutch Cameraman (uncredited)
Henry Brown 2nd Squad Member
Miguel A. Nuñez 4th Squad Member

Technical Credits
Richard Donner Director,Producer
Jeffrey Boam Original Story,Screenwriter
Thomas D. Causey Sound/Sound Designer
Eric Clapton Score Composer
Alexander B. Collett Associate Producer
Battle Davis Editor
Jan de Bont Cinematographer
Marion Dougherty Casting
Carrie Fisher Screenwriter
Richard C. Goddard Set Decoration/Design
Robert Mark Kamen Screenwriter
Michael Kamen Score Composer
Michael Klastorin Associate Producer
Matt Sweeney Special Effects
Greg Papalia Art Director
Steve Perry Co-producer
Chuck Picerni Stunts
Mark Poll Set Decoration/Design
Robert Brown Editor
David Sanborn Score Composer
Nick Scarano Costumes/Costume Designer
Jeffrey Silver Producer
Joel Silver Producer
Richard Snell Makeup
James Spencer Production Designer
Jennie Lew Tugend Co-producer
Harry Tugend Co-producer

Scene Index

Side #2
1. Incendiary Credits (It's Probably Me). [1:38]
2. "There's no bomb in there." [6:09]
3. The patrolmen make a collar. [2:16]
4. Armed robbery and armored pursuit. [5:06]
5. Showing off the Murtaugh home. [4:56]
6. A relationship to build on. [1:57]
7. "Rescuing" Rianne. [2:30]
8. Pre-retirement nerves; "cop killers." [4:39]
9. Flak from Lorna, no answers from Billy. [7:43]
10. Hockey rink havoc. [6:32]
11. A clean shoot that's not okay. [5:57]
12. Lorna's suspicions. [4:12]
13. Riggs dogs it. [2:33]
14. Arms smugglers at work. [1:48]
15. Lethal weapons at work. [2:35]
16. Comparing wounds. [5:06]
17. The boat: "Don't you get it?" [5:51]
18. A close shave; find the man behind the gun (It's So Hard to Say Goodbye to Yeste [3:18]
19. Interrogations; Lorna's gift. [3:16]
20. A kidnapping; Jelly Roll Roger takes a split. [4:13]
21. Leo's hospital report. [2:07]
22. Travis makes his move. [2:44]
23. Shooting in the subway. [2:37]
24. Riggs in pursuit. [4:44]
25. Leo flattened. [2:31]
26. Foreclosing on Rancho Arroyo. [5:18]
27. Officer down; Riggs vs. Travis. [3:49]
28. With Lorna. [2:01]
29. A change of mind. [3:17]
30. "He did it to me;" End Credits (Runaway Train). [5:20]
31. Explosive Coda. [:51]
Menu Group #1 with 31 chapter(s) covering 01:57:47
1. Incendiary Credits (It's Probably Me). [1:38]
2. "There's no bomb in there." [6:09]
3. The patrolmen make a collar. [2:16]
4. Armed robbery and armored pursuit. [5:06]
5. Showing off the Murtaugh home. [4:56]
6. A relationship to build on. [1:57]
7. "Rescuing" Rianne. [2:30]
8. Pre-retirement nerves; "cop killers." [4:39]
9. Flak from Lorna, no answers from Billy. [7:43]
10. Hockey rink havoc. [6:32]
11. A clean shoot that's not okay. [5:57]
12. Lorna's suspicions. [4:12]
13. Riggs dogs it. [2:33]
14. Arms smugglers at work. [1:48]
15. Lethal weapons at work. [2:35]
16. Comparing wounds. [5:06]
17. The boat: "Don't you get it?" [5:51]
18. A close shave; find the man behind the gun (It's So Hard to Say Goodbye to Yeste [3:18]
19. Interrogations; Lorna's gift. [3:16]
20. A kidnapping; Jelly Roll Roger takes a split. [4:13]
21. Leo's hospital report. [2:07]
22. Travis makes his move. [2:44]
23. Shooting in the subway. [2:37]
24. Riggs in pursuit. [4:44]
25. Leo flattened. [2:31]
26. Foreclosing on Rancho Arroyo. [5:18]
27. Officer down; Riggs vs. Travis. [3:49]
28. With Lorna. [2:01]
29. A change of mind. [3:17]
30. "He did it to me;" End Credits (Runaway Train). [5:20]
31. Explosive Coda. [:51]

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Lethal Weapon 3 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
SleepDreamWrite More than 1 year ago
This one wasn't that bad. Another pretty good sequel.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Although Lethal Weapon 3 is not the best in the series, it is still an awesome movie. Riggs (Mel Gibson) like usual goes around town killing bad guys and stuff like that with his parter Roger Mutaugh (Danny Glover). There are cool fighting scenes and awesome music. In this movie, Jack Travis (Stuart Wilson) is the villian and his gang of hoodlums. A must see definately.
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