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Director:
Writers (WGA):
Edward Neumeier (characters) &
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Release Date:
22 June 1990 (USA) See more »
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Tagline:
He's back to protect the innocents. See more »
Plot:
Cyborg law enforcer RoboCop returns to protect the citizens of old Detroit but faces a deadly challenge when a rogue OCP member secretly creates a new, evil RoboCop 2. Full summary » | Full synopsis »
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Awards:
3 nominations See more »
User Reviews:
Not worse than "RoboCop", just different See more (236 total) »

Cast

  (in credits order) (verified as complete)

Belinda Bauer ... Dr. Juliette Faxx

John Glover ... Magnavolt Salesman
Mario Machado ... Casey Wong

Leeza Gibbons ... Jess Perkins

John Ingle ... Surgeon General

Tom Noonan ... Cain

Roger Aaron Brown ... Whittaker

Gabriel Damon ... Hob

Mark Rolston ... Stef
Lila Finn ... Homeless Woman
John Hateley ... Purse Snatcher
Gage Tarrant ... Hooker

Thomas Rosales Jr. ... Chet (as Tommy Rosales)

Brandon Smith ... Flint

Wallace Merck ... Gun Shop Owner

Peter Weller ... Robocop

Michael Medeiros ... Catzo

Galyn Görg ... Angie

Linda Thompson ... Mother with Baby
Lily Chen ... Desperate Woman

Nancy Allen ... Anne Lewis
Clinton Austin Shirley ... Jimmy Murphy

Angie Bolling ... Ellen Murphy

Jeff McCarthy ... Holzgang

Ken Lerner ... Delaney
Martin Casella ... Yuppie

Willard E. Pugh ... Mayor Kuzak (as Willard Pugh)
Phil Rubenstein ... Poulos

Felton Perry ... Donald Johnson

Dan O'Herlihy ... The Old Man

John Doolittle ... Dr. Schenk

Robert DoQui ... Sgt. Reed (as Robert Do'Qui)
Richard Reyes ... Angry Citizen
Charles Bailey ... Angry Citizen
Jo Perkins ... Angry Citizen
Erik Cord ... Angry Citizen

Stephen Lee ... Duffy
Eric Glenn ... Injured Cop

George Cheung ... Gilette

Wanda De Jesus ... Estevez

Tzi Ma ... Tak Akita

Gary Bullock ... Hack Doctor
Ed Geldart ... Electronics Store Owner (as Ed Geldhart)
David Dwyer ... Little League Coach
Adam Faraizl ... Little League Kid
Justin Seidner ... Brat
Bill Bolender ... Cabbie
Wayne Dehart ... Vendor (as Wayne De Hart)

Fabiana Udenio ... Sunblock 5000 Woman
Cynthia Mackey ... Surgeon
James McQueen ... Dr. Weltman
Yogi Baird ... Contortionist

Jerry Nelson ... Darren Thomas
Michael Weller ... OCP Security #1
Woody Watson ... OCP Security #2
Rutherford Cravens ... Reporter #1
Chris Quinten ... Reporter #2 (as Christopher Quinten)
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Leon Alvarado ... Field reporter (uncredited)
Timothy M. Barlow ... Newspaper Reporter (uncredited)

Harold Burns ... Bad Brad (uncredited)

Patricia Charbonneau ... Robocop Technician (uncredited)
S. Scott Conner ... Newspaper Reporter (uncredited)
Franky Coronado ... Nuke junkie (uncredited)
John Robert Hunter ... Police Office (uncredited)

Irvin Kershner ... Gerber - Death Row Inmate in Computer File (uncredited)

Don Kruizinga ... U.S. Army Officer (uncredited)

Robert H. Lambert ... Kid in Arcade (uncredited)

Keith Lewis ... OCP Cop (uncredited)

Frank Miller ... Frank, the Chemist (uncredited)

Randall Oliver ... OCP Cop (uncredited)

Frank Page ... City Official (uncredited)

Jimmy Ray Pickens ... Cop (uncredited)
Bill M. Ryusaki ... Cain's Gang Squad (uncredited)
John Scheer ... Medic (uncredited)

Directed by
Irvin Kershner 
 
Writing credits
(WGA)
Edward Neumeier (characters) &
Michael Miner (characters)

Frank Miller (story)

Frank Miller (screenplay) &
Walon Green (screenplay)

Produced by
Jane Bartelme .... associate producer
Patrick Crowley .... executive producer
Jon Davison .... producer
Phil Tippett .... associate producer
 
Original Music by
Leonard Rosenman 
 
Cinematography by
Mark Irwin 
 
Film Editing by
Armen Minasian 
Lee Smith 
Deborah Zeitman 
 
Casting by
Sally Dennison 
Justine Jacoby 
Julie Selzer 
 
Production Design by
Peter Jamison 
 
Art Direction by
Pamela Marcotte  (as Pam Marcotte)
 
Set Decoration by
Ronald R. Reiss 
 
Costume Design by
Rosanna Norton 
 
Makeup Department
Ann Montesanto .... hair stylist
Ann Montesanto .... makeup artist
Cheri Montesanto .... hair stylist supervisor (as Cheri Montesanto-Medcalf)
Cheri Montesanto .... makeup supervisor (as Cheri Montesanto-Medcalf)
Frank C. Montesanto .... hair stylist
Frank C. Montesanto .... makeup artist
Lisa Rocco .... mold maker: robot monster crew (uncredited)
 
Production Management
Tina Brawner .... production supervisor: second unit
Patrick Crowley .... unit production manager
Ron Lynch .... executive in charge of production (uncredited)
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
J. Tom Archuleta .... first assistant director: second unit (as J. Thomas Archuleta)
Tom Davies .... first assistant director
Thomas A. Irvine .... second assistant director
Maggie Murphy .... second second assistant director
Conrad E. Palmisano .... second unit director
Jane Paul .... second second assistant director
 
Art Department
Ross Anderson .... set dresser
Tana Bishop .... set dresser
James Camp .... construction foreman
Darrell Craig .... construction foreman
Richard A. Frisch .... assistant art director (as Rick Frisch)
Giacomo G. Ghiazza .... storyboard artist (as Giacomo Ghiazza)
Barbara Haberecht .... lead person
David Hack .... set dresser
Colin D. Irwin .... set designer (as Colin Irwin)
Robert Krume .... construction coordinator
Francine Lauzon .... construction office coordinator
David McGrath .... set dresser
James Mize .... metal fabricator
Victor Petrotta III .... assistant props
Vic Petrotta Jr. .... property master (as Victor Petrotta II)
Genessa Goldsmith Proctor .... head scenic artist
Ricky Riggs .... stand-by painter
Chuck Roseberry .... assistant props
Monti Santilli Rainbolt .... property master: second unit (as Monti Rainbolt)
Chuck Singleton .... construction coordinator
George Denes Suhayda .... illustrator (as George Suhayda)
Everett D. Wilson .... scenic artist (as Everett Wilson)
Dragon Dronet .... props (uncredited)
John Eaves .... model shop supervisor (uncredited)
Mark B. Quick .... painter (uncredited)
David W. Roden .... construction foreman (uncredited)
Robert A. Sturtevant .... construction foreman (uncredited)
Robert K. Weinberger .... lead carpenter (uncredited)
Richard D. Wright .... set dresser (uncredited)
 
Sound Department
Vanessa Theme Ament .... foley (as Vanessa T. Ament)
Beth Bergeron .... adr editor
James Christopher .... sound effects editor
Robert Deschaine .... foley mixer (as Robert Dechaine)
Dean Drabin .... adr mixer
Ezra Dweck .... sound effects recorded by
Teresa Eckton .... sound effects editor
Donald Flick .... sound effects editor
Judee Flick .... foley editor
Stephen Hunter Flick .... sound effects by
Stephen Hunter Flick .... supervising sound editor
Aaron Glascock .... assistant sound editor
Avram D. Gold .... adr/dialogue supervisor
Devon Heffley Curry .... adr editor (as Devon Curry)
Doug Hemphill .... sound re-recorded by: Todd-AO/Glen Glenn Studios
Tim Himes .... sound mixer: second unit
Hilda Hodges .... foley
Alan Howarth .... special sound effects by
James J. Isaacs .... sound effects editor
Chris Jenkins .... sound re-recorded by: Todd-AO/Glen Glenn Studios
Donlee Jorgensen .... sound effects editor
Jonathan Klein .... assistant sound editor
Mark A. Mangini .... sound effects editor (as Mark Mangini)
Dave Moreno .... sound effects transfer
John Pospisil .... special sound effects by (as John P.)
Kay Rose .... dialogue editor
Joan Rowe .... foley
Curt Schulkey .... sound effects editor
Charles Ewing Smith .... sound effects editor (as Charles E. Smith)
Mark Smith .... sound re-recorded by: Todd-AO/Glen Glenn Studios
Mary Ruth Smith .... dialogue editor
David Spence .... dialogue editor
Edward Tise .... sound mixer
Joel Valentine .... special sound effects by
Tony Wakefield .... assistant sound editor
Marvin Walowitz .... dialogue editor
Scott Webb .... cable person
Craig Weintraub .... assistant sound editor
William Weir .... boom operator (as William B. Weir)
David A. Whittaker .... sound effects editor (as David Whittaker)
David A. Whittaker .... special sound effects by
David W. Alstadter .... foley mixer (uncredited)
Matthew C. Beville .... sound transferer (uncredited)
Doug Hemphill .... re-recording mixer: Todd-AO/Glen Glenn Studios (uncredited)
Chris Jenkins .... re-recording mixer: Todd-AO/Glen Glenn Studios (uncredited)
Steve Lee .... sound librarian (uncredited)
Oscar Mitt .... sound (uncredited)
Steve Richardson .... sound editor (uncredited)
Mark Smith .... re-recording mixer: Todd-AO/Glen Glenn Studios (uncredited)
 
Special Effects by
Danny Alvarado .... roboteam painter: Rob Bottin
Henry Alvarez .... production crew: Rob Bottin
Anthony Allen Barlow .... production crew: Rob Bottin (as Anthony Barlow)
Carol Bauman .... crew: Chis Walas, Inc.
James Belohovek .... production crew: Rob Bottin (as Jim Belohovek)
Keith Benjamin .... roboteam shop manager: Rob Bottin
Roland Blancaflor .... production crew: Rob Bottin
David Cisneros .... special effects
James Clark .... production crew: Rob Bottin
Greg Curtis .... special effects supervisor (as William Greg Curtis)
Tracy DeFreitas .... production crew: Rob Bottin (as Tracy Defreitas)
Robert DeVine .... production crew: Rob Bottin (as Robert Devine)
Bryan Dewe .... production crew: Rob Bottin
Dorothy R. Duder .... production crew: Rob Bottin (as Dorothy Duder)
Stephan Dupuis .... prosthetic applier: RoboCop, Rob Bottin
Fernando Favila .... project coordinator: Rob Bottin
Gunnar Ferdinandsen .... production crew: Rob Bottin
Greg Figiel .... production crew: Rob Bottin
Bonnie Glendinning .... roboteam painter: Rob Bottin
Chris Goehe .... crew: Chis Walas, Inc. (as Chris Goethe)
Scott Harmon .... roboteam painter: Rob Bottin
Guy Hudson .... crew: Chis Walas, Inc.
Mike Jobe .... crew: Chis Walas, Inc.
Peter Kuran .... special photographic effects
Kelly Lepkowsky .... crew: Chis Walas, Inc.
Victoria Lewis .... crew: Chis Walas, Inc.
Robert Lonergan .... roboteam painter: Rob Bottin
Dale L. Martin .... special effects supervisor (as Dale Martin)
James W. McCormick .... special effects
Robin McDonald .... production crew: Rob Bottin
Marche McMaho .... roboteam painter: Rob Bottin
Michael Miano .... special effects
Kate Murray .... production crew: Rob Bottin
Gregg Olsson .... crew: Chis Walas, Inc.
Dennis Pawlik .... roboteam chief: Rob Bottin
Art Pimentel .... production crew: Rob Bottin (as Art Pimental)
Vincent Prentice .... production crew: Rob Bottin (as Vince Prentice)
Scott Prescott .... special effects
Gregor Punchatz .... roboteam painter: Rob Bottin (as Greg Punchatz)
Joe Quinlivan .... special effects
Alberto Revilla .... production crew: Rob Bottin
Jim Rollins .... special effects
Samuel Sanz .... production crew: Rob Bottin
Dawn M. Severdia .... project coordinator: Rob Bottin (as Dawn Severdia)
Loren Soman .... production crew: Rob Bottin
Alfred Sousa .... production crew: Rob Bottin
Paul Theren .... crew: Chis Walas, Inc.
Ralph Unger .... roboteam painter: Rob Bottin
Wim Van Thillo .... crew: Chis Walas, Inc.
Lauren Vogt .... crew: Chis Walas, Inc.
Danny Wagner .... crew: Chis Walas, Inc.
Brigitte Walas .... crew: Chis Walas, Inc.
Mark Walas .... crew: Chis Walas, Inc.
Melanie Walas .... crew: Chis Walas, Inc.
Scott Walas .... crew: Chis Walas, Inc.
Harold Weed .... crew: Chis Walas, Inc.
Lauren Wohl .... crew: Chis Walas, Inc.
Robert K. Worthington .... special effects
Richard Wright .... roboteam painter: Rob Bottin
 
Visual Effects by
Anne Adams .... producer: deGraf/Wahrman, Inc.
Jim Aupperle .... effects camera: robot monster crew
Daniel Baldocchi .... camera assistant: robot monster crew (as J. Daniel Baldocchi)
Greg Ballora .... monster movement: robot monster crew (as Gregory Bellora)
Greg Beaumonte .... Vistavision camera: robot monster crew
Jon Berg .... model maker: robot monster crew
Mike Bienstock .... camera assistant: robot monster crew (as Michael Bienstock)
Nicholas Blake .... effects production coordinator: robot monster crew
Merrick Cheney .... model maker: robot monster crew
Blair Clark .... armature machinist: robot monster crew
William S. Conner .... stage effects: VCE (as William Conner)
Ken Cope .... modeling: deGraf/Wahrman, Inc.
Robert Costa .... opticals: robot monster crew
Catherine Craig .... camera assistant: robot monster crew
Steve Crosland .... camera assistant: robot monster crew
Craig Davies .... effects art director: robot monster crew
Jay Davis .... wrangler: RoboCop 2, robot monster crew
Sheila Duignan .... effects production coordinator: robot monster crew
Randy Dutra .... stop-motion technician: robot monster crew (as Randal Dutra)
Greg Dykstra .... camera assistant: robot monster crew
Greg Ercolano .... technical supervisor: deGraf/Wahrman, Inc. (as Gregor Ercolano)
Rick Ewald .... camera assistant: robot monster crew
Rick Fichter .... visual effects: robot monster crew (as Rick Fichter-Kikugawa)
Michael L. Fink .... optical wrangler (as Michael Fink)
Ernie Fosselius .... model maker: robot monster crew
Jammie Friday .... animator camera: VCE
John Gazdik .... camera assistant: robot monster crew
Paul Gentry .... effects camera: robot monster crew (as Paul W. Gentry)
Gary George .... stage effects: VCE
Spencer Gill .... optical effects: VCE
Rocco Gioffre .... matte painter
Richard Green .... miniature set construction: robot monster crew
Noel Gregorian .... miniature set construction: robot monster crew
Brian Griffin .... optical effects: VCE
Michael Grivett .... effects production assistant: robot monster crew
Todd Hall .... optical effects: VCE
Oliver Hess .... effects production assistant: robot monster crew
Gareth Hugo .... miniature set construction: robot monster crew
Adrian Iler .... assistant technical supervisor: deGraf/Wahrman, Inc.
Pete Kleinow .... stop-motion technician: robot monster crew (as Peter Kleinow)
Justin Kohn .... stop-motion technician: robot monster crew
Pete Kozachik .... visual effects: robot monster crew (as Peter Kozachik)
Peter Kuran .... visual effects
Kevin Kutchaver .... effects animator: VCE
Eric Leighton .... stop-motion technician: robot monster crew
George Lockwood .... optical effects: VCE
Todd Lookinland .... miniature set construction: robot monster crew
Paula Lucchesi .... model maker: robot monster crew
Gary Martin .... optical effects: VCE
Jo Martin .... effects editorial: VCE
Joe Martinez .... miniature set construction: robot monster crew
Robert McAndrews .... model maker: robot monster crew
Randy Mills .... stage effects: VCE
Ann Monn .... Macintosh animator: VCE
Ross Morfeld .... miniature set construction: robot monster crew
Lewis Motisher .... opticals: robot monster crew
Christopher Murphy .... miniature set construction: robot monster crew
Cameron Noble .... camera assistant: robot monster crew
M. Spencer Owyang .... model maker: robot monster crew
Alessandro Palladini .... miniature set construction: robot monster crew
Chris Rand .... armature machinist: robot monster crew
Reenie Raschke .... effects production assistant: robot monster crew
Steve Raschke .... electronics: robot monster crew
John Reed .... mold maker: robot monster crew (as John Reed III)
Marc Ribaud .... model maker: robot monster crew
Jules Roman .... effects production supervisor: robot monster crew (as Julie Roman Tippett)
Kevin Rose-Williams .... visual effects editor: robot monster crew (as Kevin Williams)
Gretchen Scharfenberg .... effects production assistant: robot monster crew
Tracey Singleton .... effects editorial: VCE
Tom St. Amand .... stop-motion technician: robot monster crew
Michael Steffe .... engineer: robot monster crew
Trey Stokes .... computer puppeteering: deGraf/Wahrman, Inc.
Lisa Sturz .... monster movement: robot monster crew (as Lisa Amy Sturz)
Mark Sullivan .... stop-motion technician: robot monster crew
Sally Syberg .... producer: deGraf/Wahrman, Inc.
Kirk R. Thatcher .... miniature set construction: robot monster crew (as Kirk Thatcher)
Roger Thompson .... miniature set construction: robot monster crew
Phil Tippett .... animation sequences: Robocop 2
Andy Trickel .... miniature set construction: robot monster crew
Bart Trickel .... miniature set construction supervisor: robot monster crew
David Tucker .... optical effects: VCE
Adam Valdez .... assistant mold maker: robot monster crew (as Adam J. Valdez)
Don Waller .... stop-motion technician: robot monster crew
Harry Walton .... visual effects: robot monster crew
Lynda Weinman .... Macintosh animator: VCE
Matthew White .... camera assistant: robot monster crew
Suzanne Niki Yoshii .... accountant: robot monster crew
Jacqueline Zietlow .... administrator: VCE
Craig Barron .... visual effects supervisor: Matte World (uncredited)
Kevin Bjorke .... CG effects (uncredited)
Nelson Broskey .... model maker (uncredited)
Krystyna Demkowicz .... executive in charge of production: Matte World (uncredited)
Craig Hayes .... visual effects art director (uncredited)
Jim Hillin .... CGI modeller/animator (uncredited)
Michael Pangrazio .... matte artist supervisor (uncredited)
Harry Walton .... stop-motion technician: robot monster crew (uncredited)
 
Stunts
Michael Adams .... stunts
G.A. Aguilar .... stunts (as George Aguilar)
Bruce Paul Barbour .... stunts (as Bruce Barbour)
Dani Barden .... stunts
Perry Barndt .... stunts (as Perry Brandt)
Dave Bartholomew .... stunts
Christine Anne Baur .... stunts (as Christine Baur)
Gary Beal .... stunts (as Gary Beall)
Richard L. Blackwell .... stunts (as Rick Blackwell)
Harold Burns .... stunts
Jackson Burns .... stunts (as Jack Burns)
Oscar Carles .... stunts
Phil Chong .... stunts
Brad Collier .... stunts
Erik Cord .... stunts (as Eric Cord)
Kerrie Cullen .... stunts
Laura Dash .... stunts
Caleb Edwards .... stunts
Greg Wayne Elam .... stunts (as Greg Elam)
Randy Fife .... stunts
Steve Geray .... stunts
Kinnie Gibson .... stunts
Jack Gill .... stunts
Howard Griffith .... stunts
Dick Hancock .... stunt coordinator
John Hateley .... stunts (as John Hately)
Eddie Hice .... stunts
Chris Howell .... stunts
Terry Jackson .... stunts
Jeff Jensen .... stunts
Tracy Keehn-Dashnaw .... stunts
Jerry King .... stunts
Paul M. Lane .... stunts (as Paul Lane)
Shawn Patrick Lane .... stunts (as Shawn Lane)
David LeBell .... stunts
Gene LeBell .... stunts
Ben Loggins .... stunts
David Paul Lord .... stunts (as David Lord)
Paula Marie Moody .... stunts (as Paula Moody)
Conrad E. Palmisano .... stunt coordinator
Diane Peterson .... stunts
Debby Porter .... stunts (as Debbie Porter)
Mario Roberts .... stunts
Debby Lynn Ross .... stunts (as Debbie Lynn Ross)
Glynn Rubin .... stunts
Bill M. Ryusaki .... stunts (as Bill Ryusaki)
David Sanderson .... stunts
Rick Sawaya .... stunts (as Rich Saway)
Rick Seaman .... stunts
John Shults .... stunts
Rob Swofford .... stunts (as Rib Swiffird)
Russell Towery .... stunts: RoboCop
Greg Walker .... stunts
Rock A. Walker .... stunts
Marvin Walters .... stunts
Jim Wilkey .... stunts (as James Wilkey)
Brian J. Williams .... stunts (as Brian Williams)
Harry Wowchuk .... stunts
Dick Ziker .... stunts
Mark Chavarria .... utility stunts (uncredited)
John Robert Hunter .... stunt performer (uncredited)
Barbara Anne Klein .... stunts (uncredited)
Lloyd Lively .... stunt driver (uncredited)
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Jamie Anderson .... director of photography: second unit
Bryan Ashford .... grip
Richard M. Butkus Jr. .... electrician
Murray K. Campbell .... gaffer: second unit (as Murray Campbell)
Richard Clark .... video playback operator
Dennis Clay .... grip
Thomas Cooney .... electrician (as Tiff Cooney)
Don Davis .... clapper loader
Jim Dinn .... best boy electric: second unit
Caleb Edwards .... key grip
Austin Goss .... gaffer
Steve Graves .... best boy grip
John R. Hernandez .... key grip: second unit (as John Hernandez)
Neil Holcomb .... best boy electric
Jeff 'Moose' Howery .... best boy grip: second unit
Brian Kinzey .... video playback operator
Sean Maxwell .... dolly grip
John McDermott .... second assistant camera: second unit
Deana Newcomb .... still photographer
John Sheeren .... additional camera operator
John Sheeren .... first assistant camera: second unit
Mike Sheeren .... grip (as Michael Sheeren)
Scott Smith .... camera operator: "b" camera
Tom Taylor .... first assistant camera: second unit
Gary Watson .... camera operator: second unit
Troy Webb .... electrician
Stephen Wong .... focus puller
Craig Camp .... camera operator: "c" camera (uncredited)
Ray Cook .... spark: daily (uncredited)
Ray Cook .... sparks: dailies (uncredited)
Monty Rowan .... camera operator (uncredited)
Bubba Sheffield .... key rigging grip (uncredited)
Carol Stoddard .... still photographer (uncredited)
Daniel E. Teaze .... second assistant camera: Los Angeles (uncredited)
 
Animation Department
Harry Walton .... stop motion animator (uncredited)
 
Casting Department
Liz Keigley .... location casting
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Fran Allgood .... key costumer
Rob Bottin .... costume designer: RoboCop costume
Nancy Cone .... costumer supervisor
Mitzie Corbin .... costumer: second unit (as Mitzi Corbin)
Scarlett Delaune .... costumer: second unit
Christine Euehner .... costumer
Amy Needham .... wardrobe assistant
Robin Wright .... wardrobe assistant
Philip Maldonado .... set costumer (uncredited)
 
Editorial Department
William M. Anderson .... supervising editor (as William Anderson)
Glenn Morgan .... editor: video (as Glenn A. Morgan)
Julie Offer .... second assistant editor
Michelle Pazer .... first assistant editor
Kimberly Walls .... apprentice editor
 
Location Management
Craig Busch .... location manager
Mike Harrowing .... assistant locations
 
Music Department
John Caper Jr. .... music supervisor
Sandy DeCrescent .... music contractor
Ralph Ferraro .... orchestrator
Leonard Rosenman .... conductor
Dan Wallin .... score mixer
Tom Boyd .... musician: oboe soloist (uncredited)
 
Transportation Department
Walker 'Butch' Chaney .... transportation captain: second unit (as Walker L. Chaney Jr.)
Ricky Damazio .... driver
Michael Kern .... transportation captain
Ron Kern .... transportation coordinator
 
Other crew
Christian Arvesen .... assistant weapons
José Barrio .... assistant: Mr. Weller (as Jose Barrio)
Rob Bottin .... creator: RoboCop
Jon J. Bush .... production assistant (as Jon Bush)
Traci Caillouet .... production assistant: second unit
Kara Cooney .... production assistant
Bob Crain .... stand-in
Mark Edward Davis .... production assistant (as Mark E. Davis)
Michel Elliot .... payroll clerk
Leigh French .... adr group coordinator
Patricia A. Fullerton .... script supervisor: second unit (as Patricia Fullerton)
Sydney Gilner .... script supervisor
Mark Gutierrez .... production assistant: second unit
Phil Hardage .... production assistant (as Philip Hardage)
Liz Heath .... accounting clerk
Penne Jennings .... extras assistant
Dawn Jones .... assistant locations (as Dawn Laurel)
Sari E. Keigley .... extras coordinator (as Sari Keigley)
Robert Laws .... caterer
Marila Meggett .... assistant accountant
Randy E. Moore .... weapons master (as Randy Moore)
Michelle Mundy .... assistant: Mr. Weller
Blair Murphy .... production assistant
Carole Nix .... production secretary
Dan Perri .... title designer
Paul Sammon .... computer graphic supervisor
Sherri Sires Sammon .... assistant coordinator: second unit
Amiran Segal .... production assistant
K. Marshall Smith .... craft service
Paula Spang .... assistant: Mr. Kirschner
Cheryl A. Stone .... production accountant (as Cheryl Stone)
Leeann Stonebreaker .... production coordinator
Layne Teaff .... assistant production coordinator
Steve Trombatore .... payroll clerk
Anne Wilson .... assistant accountant (as Anne Moosman)
Brian Witten .... assistant to producer
Moni Yakim .... robo movement
Alitzah .... adr loop group (uncredited)
Ronald C. Briggs Jr. .... dailies coordinator (uncredited)
Billy Crawford .... production assistant (uncredited)
Elizabeth Lisa Marroquin .... computer: script breakdown (uncredited)
John Smart .... adr/voice talent (uncredited)
Jeff Winn .... craft service (uncredited)
 
Thanks
Hal Berger .... acknowledgment: product design, Image Design
Lope De Vargas .... acknowledgment
Rick Ferguson .... acknowledgment
Lisa Graziano .... acknowledgment
Daniel Paul .... acknowledgment
Alex Petersen .... acknowledgment
Jordy Tollett .... acknowledgment: director, Civic Center Department
Joe Turnbough .... acknowledgment: Stardust Productions
Larry Watermann .... acknowledgment: Proton
 
Crew believed to be complete


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Runtime:
117 min | Germany:82 min (FSK 16 version)
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Certification:
Argentina:18 | Australia:R | Australia:M (cut) | Austria:18 (cut) | Brazil:16 | Canada:R (Manitoba/Nova Scotia/Ontario) | Canada:13+ (Quebec) | Czech Republic:12 (DVD rating) | Finland:K-15/13 (2001 reform re-rating) (uncut) | Finland:K-16/13 (2012 reform re-rating) (uncut) | Finland:K-16 (1998) (DVD rating) (uncut) | Finland:K-16 (1991) (VHS rating) (cut) | Finland:K-18 (1990) (theatrical release) (cut) | France:12 | Germany:18 (re-rating) (2014) (uncut) | Germany:Not Rated (SPIO/JK) (2002) (uncut) | Hong Kong:III | Hungary:16 | Iceland:16 | Ireland:18 | Italy:VM14 | Japan:R-15 | Japan:R-18 (laserdisc rating) | Malaysia:18PL | Mexico:C | Netherlands:16 | Norway:18 (video premiere) | Norway:(Banned) (1990-2003) | Peru:18 | Philippines:R-18 | Portugal:M/16 | Russia:16+ | Singapore:NC-16 | South Korea:15 (VHS/DVD rating) | South Korea:12 (theatrical rating) | Spain:18 | Sweden:15 | UK:18 (original rating) (video rating) (cut) | USA:R (certificate #30271) | West Germany:18 (cut) (original rating)

Did You Know?

Trivia:
After the success of RoboCop (1987), director Paul Verhoeven and the original screenwriters Edward Neumeier and Michael Miner were immediately approached for a sequel by the studio. According to Verhoeven, he didn't want to make the kind of sequel that the studio had in mind. He felt going forward so quickly with their ideas would make it feel like he was attempting to cash in on the first film, and he only wanted to do a follow-up if it was original and innovative. Neumeier and Miner had already presented a very rough outline called "RoboCop: Corporate Wars". In this draft, RoboCop was to be shot and pulverized to metallic dust by a cannon in the very beginning. He would be resurrected 25 years later in an even more dystopian future, where he becomes a pawn in the struggle between an all-powerful corporation, the government and an impoverished population and even at one point having a love interest with a Neruobrain to humanize Robocop even more. The studio liked this idea, but the writers did not want to continue working on script due to personal interests associated with the writers strike. Verhoeven also did not support the project, having gone to shoot "Total Recall" for big money, while agreeing to all conditions of the producers and Arnold Schwarzenegger, who gave the director only three hours for making decision from the beginning of reading the script. Ultimately Verhoeven felt if the studio kept patient his idea for the sequel was far more superior.

In the end, the film was shot on a new script by Frank Miller & Walon Green, but the plot also has lines from the original script and early drafts for the first movie that were never filmed.See more »
Goofs:
Continuity: When Robocop 2 is introduced to the public, his radiation symbol changes position between shots.See more »
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Magnavolt Salesman:MagnaVolt - the final word in auto security. No embarrassing alarm noise, no need to trouble the police... and it won't even run down your battery!
Commercial Voiceover:MagnaVolt! Lethal Response!
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70 out of 110 people found the following review useful.
Not worse than "RoboCop", just different, 5 December 2002
Author: dee.reid from United States

"RoboCop 2" , the sequel to 1987's ultra-violent "RoboCop", is not quite up to par with its predecessor. The film still manages to entertain on a large level. I know that a lot of people do not like this movie, but I personally think it is still pretty good. I'm not writing a review of this movie, I am just expressing my thoughts on it.

First off, this movie is a lot more violent than the first "RoboCop". You get scenes of bloody shootings, grisly scenes of torture, and a surgery which I'd rather let you see for yourself than describe here. Paul Verhoeven does not return to shock his audience with graphic violence and ultra dark humor, which has since become trademark in his films. The director this time is Irvin Kershner, who made "The Empire Strikes Back" nearly ten years before this movie. Kershner seems to focus a lot more on action, rather than story.

Second, the movie's villain, Cain (Tom Noonan), to me is a direct opposite of Clarence Boddicker (the villain from the first film who was played by Kurtwood Smith). Cain enjoys giving people pleasure (through his highly addictive designer drug called Nuke) while Boddicker was a sadist who took pleasure in the death and suffering of others. (Though after Cain's "transformation", none of this really matters).

Lastly, this movie does not exploit children. The kid in this movie, Hob (played by Garbriel Damon) is Cain's twelve year-old side kick. He is a violent, foul-mouthed little child who runs errands for Cain. The writers for this movie did this intentionally, to show that crime holds no age barrier. Regardless of age, crime is crime.

Like I said, "RoboCop 2" is not trying to be better than its predecessor, it's just trying to be something different.

8/10

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