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23 July 1993 (USA) See more »
They're on the look out for thrills, action and adventure.
Prankster cops Chris and Bill are joined by a Gina from the DA's office to stakeout a lakeside home. Full summary » | Add synopsis »
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  (in credits order) (verified as complete)

Richard Dreyfuss ... Chris Lecce

Emilio Estevez ... Bill Reimers

Rosie O'Donnell ... Gina Garrett

Dennis Farina ... Brian O'Hara

Marcia Strassman ... Pam O'Hara

Cathy Moriarty ... Lu Delano

John Rubinstein ... Thomas Hassrick

Miguel Ferrer ... Tony Castellano

Sharon Maughan ... Barbara Burnside
Christopher Doyle ... McNamara
Sharon Schaffer ... Tilghman
Rick Seaman ... Van Agent
Jan Speck ... Van Agent
Gene Ellison-Jones ... Vegas Police Captain (as Gene Ellison)
Frank DeAngelo ... Vegas Investigator
J.R. West ... Vegas Investigator (as J. R. West)

Frank C. Turner ... Unlucky
Steven Lambert ... Killer

Dan Lauria ... Captain Coldshank
Denalda Williams ... Desk Sergeant

Larry B. Scott ... Garage Attendant
Christi Brasher ... Blonde Date
Sammy Jackson ... Gaetano

Blu Mankuma ... Seattle Det. Wills

Thomas Mitchell ... Seattle Det. Gilliam
Scott Andersen ... Reynaldo (as Scott Anderson)

Michael DeLano ... Michael

Al Goto ... Pizza Man

Steve Bacic ... Neighbor Frank
Taylor Estevez ... Ronnie Burnside

Bruce Paul Barbour ... Cop (as Bruce Barbour)

Richard L. Blackwell ... Cop (as Rick Blackwell)
Michael Steve Jones ... Paramedic
Chris Shoemaker ... Doctor
Nancy Sosna ... Nurse
Cammie Crier ... Nurse (as Cammie Ann Crier)
Martin Rogers ... Coroner
rest of cast listed alphabetically:

John Badham ... Ferry Skipper (uncredited)

Madeleine Stowe ... Maria McGuire (uncredited)

Directed by
John Badham 
Writing credits
Jim Kouf (written by)

Jim Kouf (characters)

Produced by
John Badham .... executive producer
D.J. Caruso .... co-producer (as D. J. Caruso)
Justis Greene .... associate producer
Jim Kouf .... producer
Lynn Kouf .... producer (as Lynn Bigelow)
Kristine J. Schwarz .... associate producer
Cathleen Summers .... producer
Original Music by
Arthur B. Rubinstein 
Cinematography by
Roy H. Wagner (director of photography)
Film Editing by
Frank Morriss 
Casting by
Carol Lewis 
Production Design by
Lawrence G. Paull 
Art Direction by
Richard Hudolin 
Set Decoration by
Rose Marie McSherry 
Costume Design by
Stephanie Nolin 
Makeup Department
Kim Carrillo .... hair artist: Mr. Estevez
Kim Carrillo .... makeup artist: Mr. Estevez
Sandy Cooper .... makeup artist
Brian Dott .... special makeup effects artist
Kimberly Felix .... makeup artist: Las Vegas
Susan V. Kalinowski .... hair stylist: Mr. Dreyfuss (as Susan Kalinowski)
Sherry Linder-Gygli .... key hair stylist (as Sherry Linder)
Production Management
Justis Greene .... unit production manager
Heather Meehan .... unit production manager: second unit
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Bill Bannerman .... second assistant director
D.J. Caruso .... second unit director (as D. J. Caruso)
John Lind .... third assistant director (as John B. Lind)
Steven Murray .... dgc trainee
Mike Rohl .... first assistant director: second unit (as Michael Rohl)
Thomas A. Smith .... second second assistant director: Las Vegas
David Sosna .... first assistant director
Pete Whyte .... third assistant director (as Peter Whyte)
Mark D. Currie .... third assistant director: second unit (uncredited)
Art Department
Julia Badham .... set decorator: Las Vegas (as Julia Laughlin)
Gordon Bellamy .... construction
Brent Bennett .... on-set dresser
Duff Chambers .... construction foreman
James H. Chow .... property master (as Jimmy Chow)
Donald Engel .... carpenter (as Don Engel)
Mark Francis .... assistant property master (as Mark J. Francis)
Cindy Gordon .... assistant property master
Richard Harrison .... set designer
Craig Henderson .... construction foreman
Don Kaeding .... leadman: Las Vegas (as Donald Kaeding)
Catherine Leighton .... assistant property master
Steven M. Levine .... property master: Las Vegas (as Steven Levine)
Philip Lunt .... greensman (as Phillip Lunt)
Max Matsuoka .... property master: second unit
Dan Pemberton .... construction coordinator: Las Vegas/L.A. (as Daniel Ray Pemberton)
Michael Ritter .... assistant art director
Michael J. Siver .... head greensman
Thom Wells .... construction coordinator
James Highgate .... lighting design (uncredited)
Byron King .... illustrator (uncredited)
Jan Kobylka .... construction coordinator (uncredited)
Michael Love .... props assistant (uncredited)
Mike Villarino .... construction general foreman (uncredited)
Ken Wells .... painting coordinator (uncredited)
Sound Department
Wayne Artman .... supervising sound re-recording mixer
Kevin B. Barron .... assistant sound editor (as Kevin L. Poor)
Willie D. Burton .... sound mixer: Las Vegas (as Willie Burton)
Jeff Courtie .... adr mixer
Tom E. Dahl .... supervising sound re-recording mixer (as Tom Dahl)
Devon Heffley Curry .... adr supervisor (as Devon Curry)
James J. Isaacs .... sound editor (as James Isaacs)
Adam Johnston .... sound editor
Dale Johnston .... sound editor
Franklin Jones Jr. .... re-recording mixer
James Kusan .... boom operator
Mary Jo Lang .... foley mixer
Marvin E. Lewis .... boom operator: Las Vegas
Robyn A. Manger .... assistant sound editor (as Robyn Manger)
William L. Manger .... supervising sound editor
Richard Oswald .... sound editor
Richard Patton .... sound mixer (as Rick Patton)
Tony Poulsen .... sound mixer: second unit
John Roesch .... foley artist
Alicia Stevenson .... foley artist
Allen L. Stone .... supervising sound re-recording mixer
Carolyn Tapp .... foley recordist (uncredited)
Special Effects by
Corbin Fox .... special effects assistant
Don Leask .... special effects assistant
Darrell Pritchett .... special effects coordinator: Las Vegas (as Darryl Pritchett)
Tim Storvick .... special effects supervisor
John Thomas .... special effects coordinator
Joel Whist .... special effects assistant
Kevin J. Andruschak .... special effects assistant (uncredited)
Dan Cervin .... special effects technician (uncredited)
Casey Pritchett .... pyrotechnician (uncredited)
Bruno Van Zeebroeck .... special effects (uncredited)
Dorothy Fehr .... stunt player
Mike Johnson .... stunt player (as John M. Johnson)
George Josef .... stunt player
Tony Morelli .... stunt coordinator
Conrad E. Palmisano .... stunt coordinator (as Conrad Palmisano)
Bernie Pock .... stunt player (as Bernice Pock)
Debby Lynn Ross .... stunt player (as Debby L. Ross)
Jacob Rupp .... stunt player
Dawn Stofer-Rupp .... stunt player (as Dawn Stoffer-Rupp)
Betty Thomas Quee .... stunt player (as Betty Thomas)
Sammy Thurman .... stunt player
John Wardlow .... stunt player
Brent Woolsey .... stunt player
Bruce Paul Barbour .... stunt driver (uncredited)
Jacob Rupp .... stunt coordinator (uncredited)
Brian J. Williams .... stunt double: Miguel Ferrer (uncredited)
Camera and Electrical Department
J. David Ahuna .... key grip: Las Vegas
Robert Reed Altman .... first assistant camera: Las Vegas
John S. Bartley .... director of photography: second unit (as John Bartley)
Greg Beaton .... assistant camera: second unit
Gerald H. Boatright .... gaffer: Las Vegas
Dillard Brinson .... key grip
Richard Buckmaster .... chief lighting technician: second unit (as Richard 'Bucky' Buckmaster)
John Clothier .... camera operator
Richmond G. Cogswell .... video assist: Las Vegas
Gavin B. Craig .... best boy grip
Douglas Curran .... still photographer
Anita Eglseder .... second assistant camera
Theo Eglseder .... first assistant camera
Bob Findlay .... camera assistant trainee
Gil Forrester .... dolly grip
Colin Gray .... rigging gaffer
Dan Henshaw .... second assistant camera
Trevor Holbrook .... assistant camera: second unit
Stephen Jackson .... chief lighting technician
Scott Keates .... dolly grip (as W. Scott Keates)
Scott Keates .... key grip: second unit (as W. Scott Keates)
Burton Kuchera .... best boy electric (as Burton [Joe] Kuchera)
Cameron MacDonald .... camera operator: second unit
Marty McInally .... first assistant camera (as Martin McInally)
Klaus Melchior .... video assist
Christian Murray .... grip
Rod Parkhurst .... camera operator
Jay Stroburg .... rigging electrician
John Wagner .... first assistant camera: Las Vegas (as John L. Wagner)
Tom A. Wallace .... grip (as Tom Wallace)
Monty Black .... electrician (uncredited)
Geoffrey James Dixon .... grip (uncredited)
Tim Milligan .... dolly grip: second unit (uncredited)
Casting Department
Lynne Carrow .... casting: Vancouver
Barbara Harris .... adr voice casting
Doug Lambert .... casting assistant
Carmen Ruiz Laza .... extras casting (as Carmen Ruiz-Laza)
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Janice Devries .... set costumer (as Janice H. Devries)
Patricia Galbraith .... costume supervisor (as Patricia Lynne Galbraith)
Debbie Geaghan .... assistant costume designer
Bernadette O'Brien .... costume supervisor: Las Vegas
Editorial Department
Donah Bassett .... negative cutter
Michael S. Berlly .... post-production assistant (as Mike Berlly)
Caroline Hardon .... assistant editor
Jeff Jones .... first assistant editor
Bob Putynkowski .... color timer
Kevin Stitt .... additional film editor
David Tweet .... assistant editor
Ben Williams .... assistant editor
Location Management
Tim Haughian .... assistant location manager
Connie Kennedy .... assistant location manager
Christine O'Rourke .... location manager: Las Vegas
Rino Pace .... location manager
Abraham Fraser .... location production assistant (uncredited)
John Mavrogeorge .... location production assistant (uncredited)
Music Department
Michael Hall .... assistant music editor
Alexander Janko .... auricle programmer
Maria Newman .... musician
John Richards .... music scoring mixer
Joe Soldo .... orchestra contractor
Abby Treloggen .... music editor
Brad Warnaar .... orchestrator
Matt Walker .... music executive (uncredited)
Transportation Department
Greg Farmer .... transportation captain: second unit
Scott Irvine .... transportation coordinator
Ron James .... transportation captain
Frank Roughan .... transportation captain: Las Vegas
John M. Woodward .... transportation coordinator: Las Vegas
Ken C. Johnson .... transportation (uncredited)
Other crew
Audrey Bamber .... assistant: Mr. Dreyfuss
Monty Bannister .... production assistant
Doreen Beaulac .... assistant accountant (as Doreen M. Beaulac)
Jonathan Brandstein .... production associate
Kevin Butler .... production assistant
Barbara Cicio .... production office coordinator: Las Vegas
Frank Ciofitto .... production assistant (as Frank Ciolfitto)
Debbie Coe .... animal coordinator (as Debra J. Coe)
Cammie Crier .... executive assistant: Mr. Badham
Jason Crosby .... marine coordinator
Kathryn Drew .... production accountant (as Kathryn M. Drew)
Lara Fox .... script supervisor
Liz Goldwyn .... production assistant
Iva Hlinomaz .... assistant accountant
Sara MacDonald .... production assistant
Mickey McDermott .... assistant: Mr. Estevez
Lee Anne Muldoon .... unit publicist
Toni Pedersen .... assistant production coordinator (as Toni A. Pedersen)
Kate Peterson .... production coordinator (as Kate Petersen)
Steve Porohowski .... security
Jim Rankin .... craft service (as James W. Rankin)
Dara Richardson .... assistant: Jim Kouf and Lynn Bigelow
Pattie Robertson .... script supervisor: second unit
Tino Sage .... assistant: Jim Kouf and Lynn Bigelow
Erin Smith .... assistant production coordinator
Ted Smith .... boat wrangler
Cynnie Troup .... script supervisor: Las Vegas
Craig Young .... production assistant
Wayne Fitzgerald .... title designer: Pittard-Sullivan-Fitzgerald (uncredited)
Petra Frazer .... set production assistant (uncredited)
Leesa Green .... craft service (uncredited)
Judy Korin .... title designer (uncredited)
Kevin Landry .... production accountant (uncredited)
Billy Pittard .... title designer: Pittard-Sullivan-Fitzgerald (uncredited)
George Ramage .... set wire (uncredited)
Gerry Therrien .... animal trainer (uncredited)
Chad Van De Keere .... rescue diver (uncredited)
Shane Daniel Wood .... production assistant (uncredited)

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Also Known As:
"Stakeout 2" - , USA (working title)
"The Lookout" - Belgium (English title) (imdb display title)
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Rated PG-13 for two sequences of violence in a comic/action genre
108 min
Color (Gastown)
Aspect Ratio:
2.35 : 1 See more »
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Did You Know?

Actors Richard Dreyfuss and Emilio Estevez sported mustaches in the original Stakeout (1987) but predominantly do not have them in this sequel. At the start of the film. Dreyfuss is clean shaven and Estevez has a mustache but the latter soon has to shave it off for the assignment stakeout.See more »
Continuity: At casino, during opening scene, you can clearly hear the worker vacuuming, but the vacuum bag is deflated.See more »
Detective Bill Reimers:I've had this moustache for thirteen years. How long have you had yours?See more »
Movie Connections:
References "The Flintstones" (1960)See more »
Love Has a Mind of Its OwnSee more »


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12 out of 19 people found the following review useful.
Likable Sequel Chooses Comedy Over Action, 29 April 2007
Author: hammerfan1 from United States

Director John Badham created a classic in the "buddy action" genre when he directed the original "Stakeout". He blended gritty cop drama with fun action sequences, romance, and humor resulting in a unique and entertaining cinema experience. So what to do in the sequel? Badham wisely chose to make "Another Stakeout" it's own movie and not just a clone of the original. Had he simply remade the first movie the sequel probably would have been successful but soon forgotten about. Instead, the filmmakers go a different route. They downsize the action, grit, and romance while focusing on the humor. The three leads from "Stakeout" (Richard Dreyfus, Emilio Estevez, and Madeline Stowe) all return in this film. But this time around they are joined by funny lady Rosie O'Donnell. Madeline Stowe and the whole relationship storyline from the original take a back seat in this one. Even Estevez' role is trimmed down. This movie belongs entirely to Dreyfus and O'Donnell.

The story here is pretty unimportant, but we will review it briefly. Bad guys are trying to silence an important witness played by Cathy Moriarty. Their plans to kill her fail but she disappears during the attempt. Cops Richard Dreyfus and Emilio Estevez are assigned to find the witness and stop the bad guys. They are joined by Assistand District Attorney Rosie O'Donnell. They take off to the mountains and rent a house in order to spy on Dennis Farina and Marcia Strassman in order to stop the bad guys. That is just about the entire story here. But the thin storyline is simply a premise for Dreyfus and O'Donnell to show off their comedic skills. And they come through in a big way. Everything in the film is built around humor, even the action scenes. For example, an early action sequence involving the chase for a murder suspect ends in tragedy. The suspect is killed by a witness with Dreyfus' gun. During this dramatic moment, Dreyfus looks down at his holster to see that his gun has been replaced by a dead fish. This is not a serious movie. It's a fun one.

In the first movie, Badham's taut direction and thrilling action sequences took center stage. This time, the director let's Dreyfus and O'Donnell, along with some stunning cinematography, guide the film. The result is a non-complicated and fun movie that everyone can enjoy.

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