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Agent Red -- Captain Matt Hendricks and Dr. Linda Christian are locked in a submarine with Russian terrorists that threaten to launch a chemical virus on US territory.
Agent Red -- Captain Matt Hendricks and Dr. Linda Christian are locked in a submarine with Russian terrorists that threaten to launch a chemical virus on US territory.


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27 December 2000 (Kuwait) See more »
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Captain Matt Hendricks and Dr. Linda Christian are locked in a submarine with Russian terrorists that threaten to launch a chemical virus on US territory. Full summary » | Add synopsis »
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  (in credits order)

Dolph Lundgren ... Cpt. Matt Hendricks

Meilani Paul ... Dr. Linda Christian
Aleksandr Kuznetsov ... Kretz (as Alexander Kuznetsov)

Natalie Radford ... Nadia

Randolph Mantooth ... Admiral Edwards

Neal Matarazzo ... Lt. Matarazzo

Tony Becker ... Lt. Jack Colson

Steve Eastin ... Captain Russerl
Allan Kolman ... Ziggy

Larry Carroll ... Newscaster

Robert Donavan ... General Minowski

Pat Skelton ... Borenz

Melissa Brasselle ... Dr. Baker

Steve Franken ... General Socka
Lenny Juliano ... Captain

Stephen Macht ... General Stillwell
Bill Langlois Monroe ... President (as Bill Monroe)
Peter Spellos ... KGB Col. Korsky
rest of cast listed alphabetically:

Sonny King ... Lt cmdr. rogers

Scott L. Schwartz
Eric Lawson ... Captain Donner (uncredited)

Damian Lee ... Extra (uncredited)

Cole S. McKay ... Vlad (uncredited)

Andrew Stevens ... Flight Sergeant (uncredited)
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Directed by
Damian Lee 
Jim Wynorski (reshoots) (uncredited)
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Steve Latshaw  uncredited
Damian Lee  written by

Produced by
Alan B. Bursteen .... executive producer
Alison Semenza .... producer
William B. Steakley .... line producer
Jim Wynorski .... producer (as Noble Henry)
Damian Lee .... producer (uncredited)
Andrew Stevens .... executive producer (uncredited)
Cinematography by
Ken Blakey 
Film Editing by
Joel T. Pashby 
Casting by
Jeff Gerrard 
Production Design by
Steve Ralph 
Art Direction by
David Riggs 
Set Decoration by
Yvette Taylor 
Costume Design by
Gini Kramer 
Joyce Westergaard 
Makeup Department
Marjolein Hermans .... key makeup artist
Maria Sandoval .... assistant makeup artist
Production Management
Maureen Norton .... post-production supervisor
William B. Steakley .... unit production manager
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Anthony Carregal .... second assistant director
Anthony Carregal .... second unit director
Charles Dowell .... second second assistant director (as Charles E. Dowell, II.)
Kiran Gonsalves .... first assistant director
Kiran Gonsalves .... second unit director
Brian O'Sullivan .... second assistant director
Franklin A. Vallette .... first assistant director
Art Department
Charli Jayson .... lead man
Francis J. Roix .... carpenter
Sound Department
Michael Abel .... boom operator
James Bailey .... foley artist
Stuart C. Bailey .... adr editor
Eric Behrend .... sound re-recording mixer
Sanaa Cannella .... foley artist
Lorita de la Cerna .... adr mixer
Lorita de la Cerna .... foley mixer
Kevin Hamilton .... dialogue editor
Tim Song Jones .... boom operator
Scott C. Kolden .... sound effects editor
Kitty Malone .... foley artist
Chris Quilty .... boom operator (as Chris `GQ' Guilty)
David Waelder .... production sound mixer
Special Effects by
Albert Lannutti .... special effects coordinator
Frank L. Pope .... special effects pyro
Ric San Nicholas .... special effects assistant
Visual Effects by
Todd Hall .... optical supervisor (as Todd R. Hall)
Laura Albert .... stunts
Jennifer Badger .... stunt double
Todd Bryant .... stunt double: Dolph Lundgren
Chris Carnel .... stunts
Jeff Clark .... stunt double
Peter Cox .... stunts
David Hugghins .... stunts
David Hutchison .... stunts
Jesse V. Johnson .... stunts (as Jesse Johnson)
Rudy Mettia .... stunts (as Tiger)
Julie Michaels .... stunts
Myke Michaels .... stunts
Carl Milinac .... stunts
Jack Pacheco .... stunts (as Jack Pacheo)
Daryl Patchett .... stunts
Matthew Pollino .... stunts
Tom Poster .... stunts
Ken Quinn .... stunt coordinator
Scott L. Schwartz .... stunts (as Scott Schwartz)
Nils Allen Stewart .... stunts
Sonny Surowiec .... stunts
Robert Wood .... assistant stunt coordinator
Camera and Electrical Department
Ross Addiego .... dolly grip
Madison Bellanger .... camera loader
Toby Birney .... electrician
Mike Cahoon .... camera loader
Scott Eades .... grip
Tom Gleason .... assistant camera
Gaylan Andrew Hussain .... key grip
Scott E. Kaufman .... grip
Kevin Lachoff .... assistant camera
Jon Lupacchini .... grip
Emily Mackley .... assistant camera
Robin Melhuish .... cinematographer: re-shoots
Dean Mongan .... assistant camera
Denis Moran .... Steadicam operator
Terry Newport .... key grip
Euripides Núñez .... gaffer
Dale Obert .... best boy electric
Gregory Peters .... still photographer
Ralph Pichler .... assistant camera
Josh Salzman .... assistant camera
Denis Sugimoto .... electrician
Bela Trutz .... camera operator: "b" camera
Adam Ward .... assistant camera
Casting Department
Peter Alwazzan .... extras casting
Ethan Antonucci .... casting assistant
Judy Belshe-Toernblom .... casting associate (as Judy Belshé)
Alex Mekari .... extras casting
Costume and Wardrobe Department
E. Dee Biddlecome .... wardrobe supervisor
Editorial Department
Joshua Gershon .... assistant editor
David Jenkins .... color timer
Music Department
Stuart C. Bailey .... music supervisor
Transportation Department
Jason Ballard .... driver
Matthew Ballard .... transportation coordinator
Gary D. Fennell .... transportation coordinator (as Gary Fenell)
Mark Garrett .... driver
Guy J. Graves .... driver
Bobby Havens .... driver
Jerry Knight .... driver
William Kuehn .... transportation coordinator
Gary Nielsen .... driver
Michael A. Nordenstrom .... transportation captain
Brian Stickgold .... driver
Other crew
David Alexander .... fire safety officer
Henry Burrell .... chef
Jeff Clark .... stand-in
Peter J. Clark .... script supervisor
Brian Eggleston .... production assistant
John Evans .... production assistant
Brian Fitkin .... trainer: Mr. Lundgren
Marla Hathaway .... craft service
James Howarth .... fire safety officer
Katie Ladyko .... assistant: Mr. Lundgren
William Langlois .... location manager
Kennedy C. MacKinnon .... dialect coach: adr
Bill Monroe .... location manager
Robert B. Morrison .... fire safety officer
Jes Painter .... production assistant
Roger Perez .... chef
Kenneth Prichard .... production assistant
Suzy Q .... production assistant
Benjamin Sacks .... production coordinator
Florian Schereck .... production controller
Tiffany Sipantzi Moore .... production coordinator
Dennis Taylor .... fire safety officer
Jim Thompson .... safety officer (as Jim Thompson, LAPD)
Licia Wolf .... script supervisor

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Additional Details

Also Known As:
"Captured" - International (English title) (alternative title), USA (working title)
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Rated R for violence, some nudity and language
Japan:98 min | UK:91 min | USA:95 min | Argentina:95 min
Aspect Ratio:
1.85 : 1 See more »
Sound Mix:
Argentina:16 | Germany:18 (video premiere) | Netherlands:16 | South Korea:15 | UK:18 (video premiere) | USA:R (certificate #37430)
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Did You Know?

All scenes with Randolph Mantooth where directed by Damian Lee. He was not involved in the re-shootings with Jim Wynorski.See more »
Continuity: The attack planes that take off from the carrier are F/A-18 Hornets and the planes shown later are not Hornets, they are not even Navy planes.See more »
Kretz:Attention all personnel. We are ready to load the virus.
Matt Hendricks:You're gonna have a hell of a problem. All your friends are on permanent sick leave.
Kretz:Sergei, Grotz, Yemen? Report.
Matt Hendricks:Right names, wrong plane of existence pal.
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Movie Connections:
Edited from Blown Away (1994)See more »
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4 out of 7 people found the following review useful.
Badness!, 11 May 2001
Author: Thomas Jolliffe (supertom-3) from Marlow, England

This is probably Dolphs worst film besides Stormcatcher, and although i was expecting something bad i was pleasantly surprised, in that it had some good moments. I am not a fan of Damien Lee he is not a director who is likely to produce anything above the average, but this film was better than i thought, they do take that old action film cliché of the bad pun to new heights where every sentence by one person is replied sarcastically by another and some times to funny effect but the dialogue is an exaggerated version of an Arnie script. Damien Lee's direction of the action scenes is annoying at times with shots so close up it ruins the fights, but there is an attempt at some Woo'esque action but it must be pointed out that the best action scene was borrowed from Stormcatcher, they actually took out a whole scene and in Stormcatcher the bloke in the scene was not Dolph but it is supposed to be him in Agent red (all of a sudden Dolph is about 5ft 11 instead of 6,5.), and it must be pointed out that Tony Hickox is a much better director. Basically this film is a very cliché action film that is not in anyway stylish or well scripted but it is funny, notably the bad Russian accents and the puns, one of which had me in stitches when Dolphs sergeant is briefing him on his mission saying "have you ever heard of agent red" and Dolph replies " it sounds like a bad action movie", so at least the makers of this new they were not making a classic, overall this is not horrendous but is still pretty bad,you could quite easily stomach the full ninety minutes on a good day, if only for the hilariously cheesy dialogue but if you have a choice between this and an earlier Dolph flick theplace this nicely back on the shelf. This is a tragic low point in Dolph's career. *

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