Red Heat

Red Heat (1988)

Moscow's toughest detective. Chicago's craziest cop. There's only one thing worse than making them mad. Making them partners.

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Summary

A tough Russian policeman is forced to partner up with a cocky Chicago police detective when he is sent to Chicago to apprehend a Georgian drug lord who killed his partner and fled the country.

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  • Arnold Schwarzenegger

    as Capt. Ivan Danko
  • James Belushi

    as Det. Sgt. Art Ridzik
  • Ed O'Ross

    as Viktor Rostavili
  • Peter Boyle

    as Cmdr. Lou Donnelly
  • Laurence Fishburne

    as Lt. Charlie Stobbs
  • Gina Gershon

    as Catherine Manzetti
  • Richard Bright

    as Sgt. Gallagher
  • Brent Jennings

    as Abdul Elijah
  • Brion James

    as Streak
  • J.W. Smith

    as Salim
  • Pruitt Taylor Vince

    as Night Clerk
  • Mike Hagerty

    as Pat Nunn
  • Peter Jason

    as TV Announcer
  • Gretchen Palmer

    as Hooker
  • Gloria Delaney

    as Intern
  • Oleg Vidov

    as Yuri Ogarkov
  • Savely Kramarov

    as Gregor Moussorsky
  • Gene Scherer

    as Consul Stepanovich
  • Tengiz Borisoff

    as Josip Baroda
  • Roger Callard

    as Pytor Tatomovich
  • Gábor Koncz

    as Vagran Rostavili
  • Géza Balkay

    as Col. Kulikov
  • Zsolt Körtvélyessy

    as Lt. Redetsky
  • János Bán

    as Officer
  • Tiger Chung Lee

    as Mongol Hippy
  • Sven-Ole Thorsen

    as Nikolai
  • Norbert Növényi

    as Sacha
  • Istvan Etlenyi

    as Yegor
  • George Gati

    as Piano Player
  • Peter Marikovsky

    as Waiter
  • Gábor Németh

    as Gangster
  • Istvan Vajas

    as Gangster
  • Peter Kis

    as Gangster
  • Atilla Fási

    as Gangster
  • Eric Mansker

    as Ali
  • Lew Hopson

    as Jamal
  • Jason Ronard

    as Nelligan
  • Gigi Vorgan

    as Officer Audrey
  • Allan Graf

    as Joliet Prison Guard
  • Kurt Fuller

    as Detective
  • Bruno Alexander

    as Detective
  • Christopher Mankiewicz

    as Cop in Hospital
  • Bob O'Donnell

    as Bernie the Newsie
  • Marjorie Bransfield

    as Waitress
  • Luis Contreras

    as Lupo
  • Christopher Anthony Young

    as Hooligan
  • William McConnell

    as Police Photographer
  • Ed DeFusco

    as Police Photographer
  • Joey D. Vieira

    as Man at Phone Booth
  • Michael Adams

    as Railroad Engineer
  • Jonathan Tate

    as Prison Cleanhead
Writing Walter Hill Screenplay
Directing Walter Hill Director
Production Walter Hill Producer
Sound James Horner Original Music Composer
Editing Freeman A. Davies Editor
Camera Matthew F. Leonetti Director of Photography
Production Mario Kassar Executive Producer
Production Gordon Carroll Producer
Editing Donn Aron Editor
Editing Carmel Davies Editor
Writing Harry Kleiner Screenplay
Production Andrew G. Vajna Executive Producer
Writing Troy Kennedy Martin Screenplay
Directing James Dyer Assistant Director
Production Regina Gruss Publicist

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