A developer attempts to sabotage the safety record of a ski resort.

Director:

Richard Correll

Writers:

Steven Long Mitchell (story), Craig W. Van Sickle (story) | 3 more credits »

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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Roger Rose ... Jerry Cramer
Yvette Nipar ... Ellen
T.K. Carter ... Iceman
Leslie Jordan ... Murray
Paul Feig ... Stanley
Sean Sullivan ... Suicide (as Sean Gregory Sullivan)
Tess Foltyn Tess Foltyn ... Tiana (as Tess)
George Lopez ... Eddie Martinez
Corbin Timbrook ... Lance (as Corby Timbrook)
Steve Hytner ... Myron (as Stephen Hytner)
Ray Walston ... Pops
Martin Mull ... Maris
Rascal Rascal ... Dumpster
Deborah Rose Deborah Rose ... Inspector Crabitz
Beirne Chisolm Beirne Chisolm ... Lance's Thug
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Storyline

The Snowy Peaks ski patrol is one diverse crew. They consist of Jerry, the senior member who loves skiing and is in love with Ellen, a ski school instructor at Snowy Peaks; Iceman, singer and master of impressions; Eddie, the demolition and explosives expert; Stanley, who has failed to make the patrol seven years in a row; and Tiana, a foreign exchange patroller who likes Stanley. While having fun and keeping the mountain safe, they try to save the lodge from greedy land developer, Sam Maris. Written by Pat McCurry

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Action | Comedy

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Acting debut of George Lopez. See more »

Goofs

When Suicide does his initial snowboard run he is above the clouds. After descending the slope a ways we see he is clearly below the clouds. At one point he stops and is back above the clouds again, then restarts his run with next frame showing him far below them. See more »

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Murray: Holy Shit!
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Soundtracks

Do You Love Me
Words & Music by Berry Gordy
Performed by T.K. Carter
Arranged & Produced by Bruce Miller
Jobete Music Co., Inc. (ASCAP)
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9 April 2005 | by regalprlmSee all my reviews

one of my favorite movie memories as a child was this movie i would watch this movie over and over again. it was pure comic genius to me as a ten year old boy. nineteen ninety was a good year for me in cinema i got ski patrol and mad house in the same year. how can you beat that but this is also coming from a guy at 10 who also loved RAD and ultra man well i changed my views in movies since then but i still love the hell out of ski patrol. i just watched it the other day on some movie channel and it still had the same charm for me as it did when i was ten. there is no doubt my classics are my classics. lest we forget about willow either. which is still on my all time top 10 list


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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

12 January 1990 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

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Box Office

Opening Weekend USA:

$1,648,000, 14 January 1990

Gross USA:

$8,533,973

Cumulative Worldwide Gross:

$8,533,973
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1.85 : 1
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