|Release Date : Jun. 17, 1988 | Rating ➦ ★★★★★★|
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.
Duration : 1 Hour 44 Minutes
|Cast and Crew :|
Richard Bright as Sgt. Gallagher | J.W. Smith as Salim | Gretchen Palmer as Hooker | Gloria Delaney as Intern | Oleg Vidov as Yuri Ogarkov | 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 | Masanori Toguchi as Mongol Hippy | 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 | 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 | Director : Walter Hill | Producer : Walter Hill | Executive Producer : Mario Kassar | Producer : Gordon Carroll | Executive Producer : Andrew G. Vajna |