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Cool as Ice ()


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A rap-oriented remake of The Wild One (1953), with heavy emphasis on the fact that Vanilla Ice has assumed the Marlon Brando role.

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Singer at First Club
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Johnny
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Jazz (as Deezer D.)
Kevin Hicks ...
Sir D.
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Princess
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Monique (as Bobby Brown)
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Kathy
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Roscoe
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Mae
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Nick (as John Haymes Newton)
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Grace
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Gordon
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Tommy
Brooke Alexander ...
Reporter
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Clarke
Ted Swanson ...
Bartender
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Morrisey
Louie Bonanno ...
Sugar Shack Singer
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Tracy
Amy Tenowich ...
Lisa
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Jen (as Kathy Morris)
Crawford Binion ...
Cop
Tracey Bass ...
Singer at Final Club
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Mark Grinage ...
Dancer (Juice) (uncredited)
John Henry Huffman IV ...
Dancer (Hi-Tech) (uncredited)
Cameo Cara Martine ...
Announcer (uncredited)
Brian Patrick ...
Dancer (uncredited)
Chris Smiles ...
Party Dancer (uncredited)
Tera Tabrizi ...
Club Dancer (uncredited)

Directed by

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David Kellogg

Written by

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David Stenn ... (written by)

Produced by

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Martin Bandier ... executive producer
Shep Gordon ... executive producer
Charles Koppelman ... executive producer
Carolyn Pfeiffer ... producer
Ted Swanson ... line producer (as Ted Adams Swanson)
Lionel Wigram ... producer

Music by

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Stanley Clarke

Cinematography by

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Janusz Kaminski ... director of photography

Film Editing by

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Debra Goldfield

Editorial Department

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Caroline Biggerstaff ... supervising editor
Gary Burritt ... negative cutter
Daniel Craven ... second assistant editor
David Orr ... color timer
Ellie Brooks Vizard ... second assistant editor (as Ellie Brooks)

Casting By

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Johanna Ray

Production Design by

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Nina Ruscio

Art Direction by

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Carey Meyer

Set Decoration by

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Sally Nicolaou Hamilton ... (as Sally Nicholaou Hamilton)

Costume Design by

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Ingrid Ferrin

Makeup Department

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Mindy Hall ... key makeup artist
Susan Mills ... key hair stylist
Ann Pala ... additional hair stylist / additional makeup artist
Paul Starr ... makeup artist: Naomi Campbell

Production Management

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Bill Reid ... post-production supervisor
D. Smith ... unit production manager

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Matthew J. Clark ... first assistant director (as Matthew Clark)
Robert Lorenz ... second assistant director
Clay Newbill ... second assistant director
Rachael Splinter ... additional assistant director
William Bradford Swanson ... additional assistant director (as Bradford Swanson)
Lionel Wigram ... second unit director
Bob Wishnefsky ... additional assistant director (as Robert Wishnefsky)

Art Department

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David Creech ... set dresser
Michael Devine ... assistant art director
Bob Fox ... construction coordinator
Stanford Gilbert ... property assistant (as Stanford S. Gilbert)
Todd Jacques ... leadman
David Neil Jensen ... assistant art director (as David Thor Jensen)
Meegan King ... construction foreman
Rick Newsome ... production illustrator (as Richard Newsome)
King Orba ... property assistant (as Mark Wallace)
Christopher Parker ... leadman
Cheri Paul ... property master
Stephen Reece ... carpenter
Twyla Reppen ... painter
Anthony Scott ... lead scenic artist
Anthony Siarkiewicz ... lead scenic artist (as Anthony Scott)
Chris Vail ... on-set dresser (as Christopher Vail)
Larry Whitney ... utility construction
Mark Wilson ... head carpenter
Robert J. Young ... set dresser (as Robert Young)

Sound Department

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David W. Alstadter ... foley mixer (as David W. Alstadler)
Charles R. Beith Jr. ... sound editor (as Charles R. Beith)
Bill Bell ... sound editor
Karla Caldwell ... adr supervisor
Craig Cathers ... sound recordist
Tim Chilton ... foley walker (as Timothy Chilton)
Jerry Clemans ... re-recording mixer
Bob Costanza ... sound editor (as Robert Costanza)
Mary Jo Devenney ... production sound mixer
David C. Eichhorn ... sound editor (as David Eichhorn)
Scott Eilers ... sound editor
Robert L. Harman ... re-recording mixer (as Robert Harman)
Philip A. Hess ... sound editor (as Philip Hess)
J. Michael Hooser ... supervising sound editor (as Michael Hooser)
Alan Howarth ... additional sound designer
Kevin Kubota ... boom operator (as Kevin Y. Kubota)
John LaPage ... cableman (as John La Page)
Dan Luna ... sound editor (as Daniel Luna)
Gary Macheel ... supervising sound editor
A. David Marshall ... sound editor
Bill Rojas ... sound facility supervisor
Jill Schachne ... foley walker
Gary Shinkle ... sound editor
Dean St. John ... adr recordist / foley recordist
Mark Steele ... sound editor
Richard S. Steele ... sound editor (as Richard Steele)
Allen L. Stone ... re-recording mixer
Tim Terusa ... sound editor
Carol Tipton ... sound recordist
Troy Wilcox ... audio playback

Special Effects by

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Ruck Goldreyer ... special effects
Peter Knowlton ... special effects

Stunts

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Brian Avery ... stunt player
Rick Avery ... stunt coordinator / stunt player
Charlie Brewer ... stunt player
Greg Wayne Elam ... stunt player (as Greg W. Elam)
Richard Epper ... stunt player
Lance Gilbert ... stunt player
Andy Gill ... stunt player
Jack Gill ... stunt player
Marguerite Happy ... stunt player
Brett A. Jones ... stunt player (as Brett Jones)
Kym Washington Longino ... stunt player (as Kym Washington)
Bob Minor ... stunt player
Wayne Montanio ... stunt player
Noon Orsatti ... stunt player
Lavern Whitt ... stunt player (as La Vern Whitt)

Camera and Electrical Department

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Marek Bojsza ... electrician (as Marek Bojska)
Michael Browne ... electrician
Michael A. Broz ... first assistant camera
Rick Favazzo ... crane operator: Louma crane (as Richard Favazzo)
Mauro Fiore ... chief lighting technician
Jarek Gorczycki ... best boy electric
Michael J. Jacobs ... special still photographer
Peter Jensen ... Steadicam operator
John Johnson ... still photographer (as John P. Johnson)
Scott C. Johnston ... dolly grip
Andrea Kampic ... film loader
Rob Lewbel ... electrician
Flavio Martínez Labiano ... camera operator (as Flavio Labiano)
Steven Meizler ... second assistant camera
Bob Myers ... grip
Jeffrey C. Mygatt ... best boy grip
Richard Pelusi ... key grip
Allan S. Robinson ... swingman
Gilbert Salas ... first assistant camera
Brett Santucci ... grip (as Brett 'Tooch' Santucci)
Mark Spath ... second assistant camera
J. Wesley Tillman ... grip
Scott Toland ... grip
Michael G. Wojciechowski ... second camera operator (as Michael Wojociechowski)

Casting Department

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Diana Carroll ... extras casting
Tony Hobbs ... extras casting
Donna Morong ... casting associate (as Donna Jacobson)
Shannon Ward ... casting assistant (as Shannon M. Ward)

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Lynda Foote ... costume supervisor
Vincent Lapper ... wardrobe assistant
Catherine Weaver ... wardrobe assistant

Location Management

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Nancy Lazarus ... assistant location manager
Deborah J. Page ... location assistant
Larry Pearson ... location manager

Music Department

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Jamie Forester ... supervising music editor (as Jamie Gelb)
Pete Ganbarg ... music supervisor

Transportation Department

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Bob Crisafulli ... driver
Jim Frear ... transportation coordinator
Bob Green ... driver
Thomas J. Hoke ... driver
Vincent L. Modugno ... driver
John Reed ... driver
Leroy Reed ... driver
Dan Riportella ... transportation captain (as Danny Riportella)
Clarence Rodriguez ... driver
Tommy Ray Smith ... driver
Chuck Visconte ... driver

Other crew

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Tamara Allen ... assistant production coordinator
Susan Bradley ... title designer
Mady Manson Burza ... assistant production accountant
Andrew Day ... production office assistant
Jane Everett ... assistant: Mr. Wigram
Lulu Heideman ... assistant: Mr. Kellogg
Pat Jackson ... production welfare worker (as Patrick Jackson)
Jana Karas ... first aid
Jesse Long ... script supervisor (as Jesse H. Long)
Sharon Medearis ... horse wrangler
Ted Otis ... stand-in: Vanilla Ice
Peggy Rosson ... production accountant (as Peggy Ann Rosson)
Deborah Simmrin ... unit publicist
Ginny Warner ... production coordinator
Daniel Wheatcroft ... studio executive
John Siedenburg ... caterer: head chef (uncredited)

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Storyline

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Plot Summary

The old teen rebel saga is updated for the rap crowd, unfortunately rapper Vanilla Ice is the teen. Ice shows up on a neon-yellow motorcycle which gets everyone's attention, including the female honor student who has never had a rebellious bone in her body. Written by John Sacksteder

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Taglines When a girl has a heart of stone, there's only one way to melt it. Just add Ice. See more »
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Also Known As
  • Frío como el hielo (Spain)
  • Ice Baby (Hungary)
  • Холодный как лед (Soviet Union, Russian title)
  • Buz Gibi (Turkey, Turkish title)
  • Cool comme Ice (Canada, French title)
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Runtime
  • 91 min
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Box Office

Budget $6,000,000 (estimated)
Opening Weekend United States $638,625, 20 Oct 1991

Did You Know?

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Trivia Gwyneth Paltrow almost took the role of Kathy until her father advised her against it. See more »
Goofs When Johnny first picks up Kat from her house, where she has lived all of her life, she very briefly tries to push the front gate instead of pulling it. See more »
Movie Connections Featured in 1992 MTV Movie Awards (1992). See more »
Soundtracks Cool as Ice (Everybody Get Loose) See more »
Crazy Credits The last text of the end credits is :"B kool stay n skool", followed by a quick shot of Ice fixing his hat while on the bike (obviously being pulled on a trailer) before giving the "peace" sign. See more »
Quotes Johnny: Drop that zero and get with the hero!
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