Red Heat

Red Heat

Director: Walter Hill Cast: Arnold Schwarzenegger, Jim Belushi, Peter Boyle
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Overview

Red Heat

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 48 Hours 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.

Product Details

Release Date: 11/10/2009
UPC: 0012236106012
Original Release: 1988
Rating: R
Source: Lions Gate
Region Code: ABC
Presentation: [Wide Screen]
Sound: [DTS 5.1-Channel Surround Sound, Dolby AC-3 Surround Sound]
Time: 1:44:00
Sales rank: 30,784

Special Features

"East Meets West" featurette; "A Stunt Man for All Seaons" featurette; "I'm Not a Russian but I Play One on TV" featurette; Original making-of TV special; Original theatrical trailer; Original TV spots

Cast & Crew

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

Technical Credits
Walter Hill Director,Original Story,Producer,Screenwriter
Donn Aron Editor
Acker Bilk Songwriter
Ernie Bishop Set Decoration/Design
Jackie Burch Casting
Gordon Carroll Producer
Michael Corenblith Art Director
Freeman Davies Editor
Carmel Davies Editor
Jeff Dawn Makeup
James R. Dyer Asst. Director
Ginger Farley Choreography
Michael Germain Makeup
Mark Gomez Choreography
Richard Bryce Goodman Sound/Sound Designer
James Horner Score Composer
Mario Kassar Executive Producer
Harry Kleiner Screenwriter
Liva Kovats Art Director
Matthew Leonetti Cinematographer
Troy Kennedy Martin Screenwriter
Robert Mellin Songwriter
Dan Moore Costumes/Costume Designer
Cheese Mixin' Music Songwriter
Nick Navarro Set Decoration/Design
Mickey Oliver Songwriter
Dirk Petersmann Production Designer
Andrew G. Vajna Executive Producer
John Vallone Production Designer
Mae Woods Associate Producer
Ernst Wurzer Art Director

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Red Heat 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Arnie is in Red square naked in a turkish bath house rolling around in the snow with other sweaty men. Most cops would keep their clothes on but not this cop. Then it's off to the USA to buy good and servies not allowed in Stalin country. East meets West in this hijinks caper.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago