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13th January
Red Heat

Directed by

Walter Hill


James Belushi
Peter Boyle
Ed ORoss
Laurence Fishburne
Gina Gershon
Richard Bright
J.W. Smith
Brent Jennings
Gretchen Palmer
Pruitt Taylor Vince
Mike Hagerty
Brion James
Gloria Delaney
Peter Jason
Oleg Vidov
Saveliy Kramarov
Gene Scherer
Tengiz Borisoff
Roger Callard
Gabor Koncz
Geza Balkay
Zsolt Körtvelyessy
Janos Ban
Tiger Chung Lee
Sven-Ole Thorsen
Norbert Növenyi
Istvan Etlenyi
George Gati
Peter Marikovsky
Gabor Nemeth
Istvan Vajas
Peter Kis
Atilla Fasi
Eric Mansker
Lew Hopson
Jason Ronard
Gigi Vorgan
Allan Graf
Kurt Fuller
Bruno Alexander
Christopher Mankiewicz
Bob O'Donnell
Marjorie Bransfield
Luis Contreras
Christopher Anthony Young
William McConnell
Ed DeFusco
Joey D. Vieira
Michael Adams
Jonathan Tate
Greg Anthony
Kevin Bassett
Jorga Caye
Alexander Conte
Nay K. Dorsey
Eric Humphrey
Jenifer Lewis
Michael Markovina
Robert Minkoff

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UK total gross
Red Heat

UK BBFC Certificate: 18

Popular in: United Kingdom

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Highest chart position: 1

Weeks on box office: 6

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