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Arizona Heat (1988)

R | | Action, Crime | 1 July 1988 (USA)
A tough Arizona cop is teamed with a lesbian cop to catch a serial killer who is murdering police officers.

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Larry Kapinski
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Jill Andrews
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Captain Samuels
Ron Briskman ...
Toad
Dennis O'Sullivan ...
Paul Murphy
Renata Lee ...
Lisa
Michael Waltman ...
Officer Robinson
Richard Glover ...
Officer Thomas
Michael McCabe ...
Jack Murphy
Vance Colvig Jr. ...
Mr. Gordon
Robert Sorenson ...
Ferguson
Lorin Jean Vail ...
Carol
Jeanette O'Connor ...
Kathy
Jonathan Abel ...
Mike the Bartender
Stuart Grant ...
Kaplan
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A tough Arizona cop is teamed with a lesbian cop to catch a serial killer who is murdering police officers.

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Action | Crime

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1 July 1988 (USA)  »

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Arizona Heat - Poliisiveteraani Kapinski  »

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All throughout the dialogue 'westside' is used, as a reference to the part of town. When in actuality all the location shots are of the East side of Phoenix. See more »

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The Pusher
Written by Hoyt Axton
Performed by Steppenwolf
Courtesy of MCA Records
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Not a bad Actioner
17 May 2005 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

When you consider when this film was made, it may have been ahead of it's time. Michael Parks seems to get better and better. Nice ending.

I think some of the chase scenes in the desert were damn good. As good as some I've seen made since then with CGI and all that stuff to help.

True, the plot seems dated now, but it's still worth seeing. Denise Crosby actually acts in this one! And not too bad either.

Plus there's some awfully FUNNY lines too.

The music is done by the same guy who been doing music for Penn and Teller over the years.

It's worth a rental...if you can find it.


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