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Edward Neumeier (written by) &
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17 July 1987 (USA) See more »
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Part man. Part machine. All cop. The future of law enforcement.
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In a dystopic and crime-ridden Detroit, a terminally wounded cop returns to the force as a powerful cyborg haunted by submerged memories. Full summary » | Full synopsis »
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Nominated for 2 Oscars. Another 11 wins & 10 nominations See more »
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80s Classic That Didn't Need Remaking See more (452 total) »

Cast

  (in credits order) (verified as complete)

Peter Weller ... Officer Alex J. Murphy / RoboCop

Nancy Allen ... Officer Anne Lewis

Dan O'Herlihy ... The Old Man (as Daniel O'Herlihy)

Ronny Cox ... Dick Jones

Kurtwood Smith ... Clarence J. Boddicker

Miguel Ferrer ... Bob Morton

Robert DoQui ... Sergeant Warren Reed

Ray Wise ... Leon C. Nash

Felton Perry ... Johnson

Paul McCrane ... Emil M. Antonowsky

Jesse D. Goins ... Joe P. Cox (as Jesse Goins)

Del Zamora ... Kaplan
Calvin Jung ... Steve Minh
Rick Lieberman ... Walker
Lee de Broux ... Sal (as Lee DeBroux)
Mark Carlton ... Ron Miller

Edward Edwards ... Manson

Michael Gregory ... Lieutenant Hedgecock
Freddie Hice ... Bobby (as Fred Hice)

Neil Summers ... Dougy

Gene Wolande ... Prisoner
Gregory Poudevigne ... Slimey Lawyer

Charles Carroll ... Bail Bondsman

Kevin Page ... Kinney (as Ken Page)

Yolonda Williams ... Ramirez

Tyrees Allen ... Starkweather (as Tyress Allen)

John S. Davies ... Chessman (as John Davies)
Laird Stuart ... Cecil the Clerk
Stephen Berrier ... Roosevelt
Sage Parker ... Tyler
Karen Radcliffe ... Technician #1

Darryl Cox ... Technician #2

Jerry Haynes ... Dr. McNamara

William Shockley ... Creep (as Bill Schockley)
Donna Keegan ... Rape Victim

Mike Moroff ... Hophead
Marjorie Rynearson ... Grocery Mom
Jo Livingston ... Grocery Pop
Joan Pirkle ... Barbara

Diane Robin ... Chandra
Adrianne Sachs ... Tawney
Maarten Goslins ... Salesman

Angie Bolling ... Ellen Murphy
Jason Levine ... Jimmy Murphy
S.D. Nemeth ... Bixby Snyder

Bill Farmer ... Justin Ballard-Watkins
Michael Hunter ... Peter the Homeowner
Spencer Prokop ... Gas Station Attendant
Debra Zach ... Nurse
L.J. King ... Emergency Doctor
David Packer ... Emergency Doctor

Leeza Gibbons ... Jesse Perkins
Mario Machado ... Casey Wong
rest of cast listed alphabetically:

Bill Blair ... Undercover Cop (uncredited)
Don 'Tex' Clark ... Boardroom Executive (uncredited)

Gilbert B. Combs ... Sal's Gunman (uncredited)
Jon Davison ... ED-209 (voice) (uncredited)
James Field ... Restroom Junior Executive (uncredited)
John Garrett ... News Crew (uncredited)

Allan Graf ... Sal's Bodyguard (uncredited)
Andee Gray ... (uncredited)

Katie Griffin ... Young Girl (uncredited)
Harry Johnson ... Dad - Nuke-'em' Commercial (uncredited)

Edward Neumeier ... Edward Neumeier - Man on the Wanted Bulletin in Police Deaprtment (uncredited)

Randall Oliver ... S.W.A.T. Team Member (uncredited)

Scott Sligar ... S.W.A.T. Team Member (uncredited)
James Staszkiel ... Keva Rosenberg (uncredited)

Alex Van Halen ... Keva Rosenberg (uncredited)

Paul Verhoeven ... Dancer at Disco (uncredited)
Mark Edward Walters ... Street Kid (uncredited)
Sean Wohland ... Nukem (uncredited)

Directed by
Paul Verhoeven 
 
Writing credits
Edward Neumeier (written by) &
Michael Miner (written by)

Produced by
Jon Davison .... executive producer
Stephen Lim .... associate producer
Edward Neumeier .... co-producer
Arne Schmidt .... producer
Phil Tippett .... associate producer
 
Original Music by
Basil Poledouris 
 
Cinematography by
Jost Vacano (director of photography)
Sol Negrin (uncredited)
 
Film Editing by
Frank J. Urioste 
 
Casting by
Sally Dennison 
Julie Selzer 
 
Production Design by
William Sandell 
 
Art Direction by
John Marshall 
Gayle Simon 
 
Set Decoration by
Robert Gould 
 
Costume Design by
Erica Edell Phillips 
 
Makeup Department
Rob Bottin .... special makeup effects
Bonnie Clevering .... hair stylist
Stephan Dupuis .... prosthetics applied by
Fred Lackey III .... hair stylist
Bart Mixon .... special makeup effects artist: RoboTeam
Carla Palmer .... makeup artist
Margaret Prentice .... special makeup effects artist
 
Production Management
Charles Newirth .... production manager
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Robin Leigh Fleck .... assistant director: second unit (as Robin Fleck)
Mark Goldblatt .... second unit director
David B. Householter .... second assistant director (as David Householter)
Scott Musgrave .... assistant director: second unit
Michele Panelli-Venetis .... first assistant director (as Michele A. Panelli)
Monte Hellman .... second unit director (uncredited)
Michael Miner .... second unit director (segment T.J. Lazer) (uncredited) (uncredited)
 
Art Department
Henry Alvarez .... construction crew: RoboCop
Henry Alvarez .... sculptor
E.W. Bradford .... construction coordinator (as Bill Bradford)
Bradly E. Breitbarth .... assistant property master
Samai Brown .... assistant props
Mark Fabert .... carpenter
Gunnar Ferdinandsen .... construction crew: RoboCop
John Harrington .... head painter
Jerry G. Henery .... construction foreman (as Jerry Henery)
Steven Ladish .... props
John Lamkin .... lead man
Larry Langley .... construction foreman
Frederick Lietzman .... sfx props
Bill MacSems .... property master
Randall Mulry .... lead man
Vince Peets .... storyboard artist
Art Pimentel .... construction crew: RoboCop
Paul S. Power .... storyboard artist
Vincent Prentice .... construction crew: RoboCop
Tom Prossner .... construction crew: RoboCop
Erica Rogalla .... set dresser
Miles Teves .... concept illustrator: Rob Bottin Productions
James E. Tocci .... set designer (as James Tocci)
Richard White .... construction crew: RoboCop
William Vance White .... leadman (as William White)
Gene Winfield .... 6000 SUX creator: Rod & Custom
Patrick K. Coppinger .... painter (uncredited)
Floyd Gentry .... painter (uncredited)
 
Sound Department
Steve Bartlett .... sound
Michael J. Benavente .... sound editor
Don Broughton .... boom operator (as Donald Broughton)
James Christopher .... sound editor
Carlos Delarios .... re-recording mixer
Burness Dembrowski .... foley editor
Ken Dufva .... foley artist
Ezra Dweck .... sound effects recordist
David Lee Fein .... foley artist (as David Fein)
Donald Flick .... sound editor
Stephen Hunter Flick .... sound editor (as Stephen Flick)
Avram D. Gold .... sound editor
David W. Gray .... stereo sound consultant: Dolby
Michael J. Kohut .... re-recording mixer
John Pospisil .... sound editor
Aaron Rochin .... re-recording mixer
Becky Sullivan .... adr supervisor
Robert Wald .... sound mixer
David A. Whittaker .... sound editor
Aaron Glascock .... assistant: sound editor (uncredited)
Rick Mitchell .... foley editor (uncredited)
Dan Sharp .... sound re-recordist (uncredited)
 
Special Effects by
Lawrence A. Aeschlimann .... special effects (as Lawrence Aeschlimann)
Randy Fife .... special effects technician
Peter Kuran .... special photographic effects: Visual Concept Engineering
Dale L. Martin .... special effects (as Dale Martin)
Dennis Pawlik .... roboteam
William Purcell .... special effects (as Bill Purcell)
Keith Richins .... special effects
Jamie Hyneman .... special effects crew (uncredited)
Becky Ochoa .... special effects crew (uncredited)
Don Waller .... special effects technician (uncredited)
 
Visual Effects by
Don Baker .... matte camera: Praxis Film Works
Beverly Bernacki .... optical effects: VCE
Robert Blalack .... optical supervisor: Praxis Film Works
Louis Block .... still photographer: ED209
Neal Brietbarth .... effects construction: ED-2000
Blair Clark .... effects crew: ED-2000
Craig Davies .... ED-2000 creator & designer
Sheila Duignan .... effects crew: ED-2000
Randy Dutra .... stop-motion animation: ED-2000
Rick Fichter .... plate photography: ED-2000
Spencer Gill .... optical effects: VCE
Rocco Gioffre .... matte painter
Ed Harker .... optical effects: VCE
Craig Hayes .... ED-209 designer & constructor
Denis Hoffman .... opticals: Freeze Frame
Michael Karp .... matte camera: Praxis Film Works
Peter Kuran .... special photographic effects: VCE
Kevin Kutchaver .... animation effects: VCE
Ute Leonhardt .... camera operator: Praxis Film Works
Paula Lucchesi .... effects construction: ED-2000
Tamia Marg .... effects crew: ED-2000
Jo Martin .... animation effects: VCE
George Muhs .... visual effects
Sarah Pasanen .... optical effects: VCE
Jules Roman .... effects editor: ED-2000
Pete Ronzani .... ED-209 creator & designer (as Peter Ronzani)
Mark Sullivan .... matte artist
Phil Tippett .... ED-209 sequences creator
Harry Walton .... visual effects: ED-2000
Jacqueline Zietlow .... administration: VCE
Jammie Friday .... animator: VCE, Inc. (uncredited)
Tom St. Amand .... stop-motion technician (uncredited)
 
Stunts
Jamie Bunch Elliott .... stunt player (as Jamie Bunch)
Gary Combs .... stunt coordinator
Vicki Creach .... stunt player (as Vickie Creach)
Greg Wayne Elam .... stunt player (as Greg Elam)
Frank Ferrara .... stunt player
Randy Fife .... stunt player (as Randy 'Fife')
Joe Finnegan .... stunt player (as Joe Finnigan)
Jackie Resch .... stunt player
Mike Shanks .... stunt player
Russell Towery .... stunt player
Doug Coleman .... stunts (uncredited)
Gary Combs .... stunts (uncredited)
Gilbert B. Combs .... stunts (uncredited)
Jeannie Epper .... stunt double: Nancy Allen (uncredited)
Jeannie Epper .... stunts (uncredited)
Allan Graf .... stunts (uncredited)
Freddie Hice .... stunts (uncredited)
Donna Keegan .... stunts (uncredited)
Paul M. Lane .... utility stunts (uncredited)
Gene LeBell .... stunts (uncredited)
Lloyd Lively .... stunt driver (uncredited)
Randall Oliver .... stunts (uncredited)
Kevin Page .... stunts (uncredited)
Steve Pate .... stunts (uncredited)
Spiro Razatos .... stunts (uncredited)
Neil Summers .... stunts (uncredited)
Russell Towery .... stunt double: Peter Weller (uncredited)
Harry Wowchuk .... stunts (uncredited)
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Eric Anderson .... lighting director: commercial sequences
Rick Anderson .... director of photography: second unit
Richard Clark .... video playback operator
E. Wes Dempster .... grip (as Wes Dempster)
Robert Driskell .... gaffer (as Robert A. Driskell Jr.)
Bill Greenberg .... grip
Johnny Gutierrez .... gaffer: second unit
Anette Haellmigk .... first assistant camera (as Anette Victoria Haellmigk)
John Knight .... key grip
Michael Maley .... gaffer
J. Michael McClary .... camera operator: second unit
Deana Newcomb .... still photographer
Philip C. Pfeiffer .... camera operator: second unit (as Phil Pfeiffer)
Robert B. Reynolds .... best boy
Kerry Rike .... key grip
Juan Romero .... best boy (as Juan M. Romero)
Jeff Santlofer .... video technician
Carl D. Stitt .... grip (as Carl Stitt)
Henry Tirl .... assistant camera
Peter J. Verrando .... video playback operator
Gerald Fitzgerald .... electrician: second unit (uncredited)
Chris Hayes .... camera operator (uncredited)
Arthur Krauss .... camera operator (uncredited)
Troy Pressley .... second assistant camera (uncredited)
Jost Vacano .... camera operator (uncredited)
 
Animation Department
Harry Walton .... stop motion animator/process compositing
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Annette Hoffman .... set costumer: second unit
Janet Lucas Lawler .... costumer
Joan Thomas .... costume supervisor (as Joan Skelton Thomas)
 
Editorial Department
Teressa Longo .... assistant editor
Florent Retz .... first assistant editor (as Danny Retz)
Jim Rodnunsky .... editor: video
Ron South .... assistant film editor
 
Location Management
Brian Cowden .... location manager
Diane L. Greenwalt .... location manager
Craig Pointes .... location manager
 
Music Department
Mark Berrow .... musician: violin
Tom Boyd .... musician: oboe and solo English horn
Tom Boyd .... musician: oboe soloist
Steven Scott Smalley .... orchestrator
James Thatcher .... musician: French horn
Eric Tomlinson .... music mixer
Tom Villano .... music editor
Howard Blake .... conductor (uncredited)
Tony Britten .... conductor (uncredited)
Murray Deutch .... music supervisor (uncredited)
Harry Rabinowitz .... conductor (uncredited)
Eric Tomlinson .... music editor (uncredited)
Dan Wallin .... music mixer (uncredited)
Peter Willison .... orchestra contractor (uncredited)
 
Transportation Department
Alvin Milliken .... transportation coordinator
Dennis Milliken .... transportation captain
 
Other crew
Monte Adcock .... T.J. Lazer crew: in-film tv promo
Paula Squires Asaff .... script supervisor
Michael Barefoot .... key medic
Gianfranco Bellini .... Italian dubbing: Roosevelt
Howard Berk .... publicist
Rob Bottin .... robocop creator
Rob Bottin .... robocop designer
Ken Brown .... T.J. Lazer crew: in-film tv promo
Bundy Chanock .... set medic
Roberto Chevalier .... Italian dubbing: Leon Wash
Stephanie Claxton .... assistant coordinator
Allegra Clegg .... production coordinator
Peter Conn .... video sequences creator: Homer & Associates
Luciano De Ambrosis .... Italian dubbing: Dick Jones
Sergio Di Stefano .... Italian dubbing: Bob Morton
Pinella Dragani .... Italian dubbing
Cindy Fairfield .... production personel
Claudio Fattoretto .... Italian dubbing: Manson
Sergio Fiorentini .... Italian dubbing: Ron Miller
Fred Gabrielli .... caterer: Gala Enterprises
Michele Gammino .... Italian dubbing: Grocery Pop
Romano Ghini .... Italian dubbing: Bixby Snyder
Massimo Giuliani .... Italian dubbing: Emil M. Antonowsky
Catherine Hardwicke .... T.J. Lazer crew: in-film tv promo
Tim Hart .... assistant weapons
Mark A. Hatley .... production assistant
Pino Locchi .... Italian dubbing
Giorgio Lopez .... Italian dubbing: Johnson
Franca Lumachi .... Italian dubbing: Grocery Mom
Gianni Marzocchi .... Italian dubbing: Clarence J. Boddicker
Marghi McMahon .... robot team
Marco Mete .... Italian dubbing: Kinney
E. Miller .... production auditor
Bart Mixon .... robot team (as Bart J. Mixon)
Randy E. Moore .... weapons master
Renato Mori .... Italian dubbing: Sal
Federico Neri .... Italian dubbing: Casey Wong
Randall Newsome .... production assistant
Francesco Pannofino .... Italian dubbing: Dougy
Anna Rita Pasanisi .... Italian dubbing: Anne Lewis
Isabella Pasanisi .... Italian dubbing: Jesse Perkins
Dario Penne .... Italian dubbing: Lieutenant Hedgecock
Francesco Pezzulli .... Italian dubbing: Jimmy Murphy
Giorgio Piazza .... Italian dubbing: The Old Man
Gregor Punchatz .... robot team
Cheri Reed .... production assistant
Susan Spencer Robbins .... assistant: Mr. Verhoeven
Alessandro Rossi .... Italian dubbing: Alex J. Murphy
Sergio Rossi .... Italian dubbing: Seargent Warren Reed
Sandro Sardone .... Italian dubbing: Joe Cox
Meryle Selinger .... financial services
Lee Shapiro .... production intern
Jonathan Sheinberg .... Head of Production Orion Pictures
Melissa Smith .... director of operations
Larry Smoot .... T.J. Lazer crew: in-film tv promo
Francine Taylor .... production personel
Todd Trotter .... assistant: Mr. Weller
Ramona Villarrial .... assistant auditor (as Ramona Dorene Villarrial)
Moni Yakim .... robo movement
Franco Zucca .... Italian dubbing: Walker
Janis Burklund .... production assistant (uncredited)
Mike Childress .... stage manager (uncredited)
Melissa Smith .... post facilities manager (uncredited)
 
Thanks
Tim Boxell .... acknowledgment
Howard Chaykin .... acknowledgment
Troy Dungan .... acknowledgment: WFAA
Samuel Eskenazi .... acknowledgment
Ron Halpern .... acknowledgment
Joel Marrow .... acknowledgment
 

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Runtime:
102 min | Germany:78 min (cut version) | Norway:98 min (cut version) | USA:103 min (unrated director's cut) | Finland:91 min (cut version)
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Sound Mix:
Dolby SR (35 mm prints) | 70 mm 6-Track (70 mm prints) | DTS (special edition)
Certification:
Argentina:13 (director's cut) | Argentina:18 (original rating) | Argentina:16 (special edition) | Australia:R | Australia:MA15+ (cable TV rating) | Australia:M (theatrical rating) (cut) (1987) | Brazil:14 | Canada:14A | Canada:R (Manitoba/Nova Scotia/Ontario) (original rating) | Canada:13+ (Quebec) | Canada:18A (British Columbia) (re-rating) (2012) | Canada:14A (Manitoba) (re-rating) (2004) | Canada:18 (Nova Scotia) (re-rating) (2004) | Canada:18A (Ontario) (re-rating) (2004) | Czech Republic:15 (DVD rating) | Finland:K-15 (uncut) (DVD boxset rating) | Finland:K-18 (uncut) (also director's cut) (2002) | Finland:K-16 (1989) | Finland:K-16 (heavily cut) (video rating) (1989) | Finland:K-18 (cut) (1988) | Finland:(Banned) (1987) | Finland:(Banned) (cut) (video rating) (1987) | France:12 | Germany:18 | Germany:16 (cut version) | Germany:16 (cut) | Germany:18 (re-rating) (2014) (uncut) (director's cut) | Germany:Not Rated (SPIO/JK) (2002) (uncut) | Hong Kong:III | Hungary:16 | Iceland:(Banned) | Iceland:16 (Director's Cut) (video release) | Iceland:16 (cut) | India:A | Ireland:16 | Ireland:18 (director's cut) | Italy:VM14 | Japan:R-15 | Malaysia:18SG | Mexico:C | Netherlands:16 | New Zealand:M (TV rating) | New Zealand:R18 (theatrical rating) (director's cut) | Norway:18 | Peru:18 | Philippines:R-18 | Portugal:M/16 | Russia:16+ | Singapore:M18 (director's cut) (uncut version) | South Korea:15 (VHS rating) (cut) | South Korea:18 (DVD rating) (2002) | South Korea:12 (theatrical rating) (cut) (1987) | Spain:13 (original rating) | Spain:12 (re-rating) | Sweden:15 | UK:18 | USA:R (certificate #28646) (edited for re-rating) | USA:Unrated (director's cut) | USA:X (original rating) | West Germany:18 (nf) (cut)

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Trivia:
It was discovered that when in full RoboCop costume, Peter Weller could not fit properly into the police car as he was too bulky. That's why most shots of him show him exiting the car or preparing to get into it. For shots where he actually needed to be in the car, he only wore the top part of the costume and sat in his underwear. However, to maintain the illusion that RoboCop wears the entire suit while inside a car, most shots show his robotic feet exiting the car first.See more »
Goofs:
Revealing mistakes: The missiles that ED-209 fires at RoboCop are nothing more than fireworks, and the scenes show they have no real explosive power or could do any serious damage.See more »
Quotes:
[first lines]
News Crew:This is Media Break. You give us 3 minutes, and we'll give you the world.
Casey Wong:Good morning. I'm Casey Wong, with Jess Perkins. Top story: Pretoria. The threat of nuclear confrontation in South Africa escalated today when the ruling white military government of that besieged city-state unveiled a French-made neutron bomb and affirmed its willingness to use the 3 megaton device as the city's last line of defense.
Jesse Perkins:And the President's first press conference from the Star Wars orbiting peace platform got off to a shaky start when power failed, causing a brief but harmless period of weightlessness for the visiting President and his staff.
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30 out of 39 people found the following review useful.
80s Classic That Didn't Need Remaking, 8 February 2014
Author: Theo Robertson from Isle Of Bute, Scotland

In a crime ridden Detroit of the near future a corporate company OCP has the answer to fighting crime - invent a new type of policeman who won't go on strike . After the death of a policeman called Murphy they stick his body in to a metal shell . Murphy however can still remember a time when he was human

I once did an evening film course called Talking Pictures which would involve watching a film then having a two hour group discussion on the film . I saw the filmography before the class started and the vast majority would be art house foreign cinema . The one exception was ROBOCOP and I knew instantly this was the one that was going to split the group right down the middle in to love it or hate it with no in between . True to form this how things worked out . Most the class despised it wondering why the class had to watch such a cartoonish commercial film . I however did state I loved it and considered it to be the third best SF movie of the 1980s behind THE TERMINATOR and ALIENS

What makes ROBOCOP such a cerebral enjoyable film is the uncommon mix of social satire and no holds barred Verhoeven excess . While " greed is good " to a certain extent the idea of corporate capitalism is something to be rejected . A small self elected clique ruling over the Universe in order to maximise profits is a bad mix of capitalism meets self serving communism . Not so much a mixed economic system but more a combination of greedy speculators from one system being merged with the unthinking party loyalty of the other system . It's greed for money plus greed for power which is a marriage made in hell and being dead isn't enough to make you escape the clutches of OCP and the film revolves around the human element of Murphy remembering who he once was and it's this that is at the core of the movie

Of course Verhoeven isn't a director who does sentimental mawkish stuff and I doubt if the audience was wanting to see a Walt Disney film . What they were wanting to see was bad things happen to very bad people and you can't help cheering as criminals get killed , maimed , mutilated and in one case melted . It's a violent film but one that is so cartoonish that the violence is not to be taken seriously , a fact reflected in the loud slightly unrealistic acting style . This attitude wasn't enough to stop its British network premiere on ITV becoming farcical with a TV version being broadcast with notorious lines like " you gonna be a bad mother crusher " along with key scenes like the ones with mister melty conspicuous by their absence

There is of course a new version of ROBOCOP hitting the cinema this week but is a film I have no interest in watching judging by the clips I've seen of it . It's strange to think that another Verhoeven classic TOTAL RECALL was also recently remade . As it stands the original ROBOCOP remains one of the greatest genre films from the 1980s containing wit , satire and enjoyably mean carnage

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