|Release Date : Jul. 15, 1988 | Rating ➦ ★★★★★★★★|
NYPD cop John McClane's plan to reconcile with his estranged wife is thrown for a serious loop when minutes after he arrives at her office the entire building is overtaken by a group of terrorists. With little help from the LAPD wisecracking McClane sets out to single-handedly rescue the hostages and bring the bad guys down.
Duration : 2 Hours 12 Minutes
|Cast and Crew :|
Bruno Doyon as Franco | Andreas Wisniewski as Tony | Joey Plewa as Alexander | Lorenzo Caccialanza as Marco | Gerard Bonn as Kristoff | Dennis Hayden as Eddie | Al Leong as Uli | Gary Roberts as Heinrich | Hans Buhringer as Fritz | Wilhelm von Homburg as James | Bill Marcus as City Engineer | Carmine Zozzora as Rivers | Dustyn Taylor as Ginny | George Christy as Dr. Hasseldorf | Cheryl Baker as Woman | Richard Parker as Man | David Ursin as Harvey Johnson | Harri James as Police Supervisor | Shelley Pogoda as Dispatcher | Selma Archerd as Hostage | Scot Bennett as Hostage | Rebecca Broussard as Hostage | Kate Finlayson as Hostage | Shanna Higgins as Hostage | Kym Malin as Hostage | Taylor Fry as Lucy McClane | Noah Land as John McClane Jr. | Betty Carvalho as Paulina | Kip Waldo as Convenience Store Clerk | Mark Goldstein as Station Manager | Rick Cicetti as Guard | Fred Lerner as Guard | Bill Margolin as Producer | Bruce P. Schultz as Cameraman | David Katz as Soundman | Robert Lesser as Businessman | Stella Hall as Stewardess | Terri Lynn Doss as Girl at Airport | Jon E. Greene as Boy at Airport | P. Randall Bowers as Kissing Man | Michele Laybourn as Girl in Window | Charlie Picerni as Dwayne T. Robinson's Driver (uncredited) | Director : John McTiernan | Producer : Joel Silver | Producer : Lawrence Gordon | Executive Producer : Charles Gordon | Producer : Beau Marks |