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A security pro finds his past coming back to haunt him, when he and his unique team are tasked with retrieving a particularly important item.

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Jo Marr ...
College-Aged Cosmo (as Jojo Marr)
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College-Aged Bishop
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Bishop
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Crease
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Whistler
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Mother
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Carl
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Centurion S&L Night Guard
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Bank Teller
Hanyee ...
Bank Secretary
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Dick Gordon
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Buddy Wallace
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Homeless Man
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Liz
Jun Asai ...
Piano Prodigy
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Dr. Gunter Janek
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Gregor
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Dr. Elena Rhyzkov
John Shepard ...
Coolidge Institute Guard
Ellaraino ...
Mrs. Crease
Shayna Hollinquist ...
Melissa Crease
Dayna Hollinquist ...
Melissa Crease
Jacqueline Brand ...
Kiev String Quartet
Julie Gigante ...
Kiev String Quartet
Victoria Miskolczy ...
Kiev String Quartet
David Speltz ...
Kiev String Quartet
Leslie Hardy ...
Gregor's Date
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Gregor's Chauffeur
James Craven ...
FBI Agent
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2nd FBI Agent
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Cosmo
Ernie Tetrault ...
TV Anchorman
Lori Hall ...
NSA Phone Operator
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Dr. Werner Brandes
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Chinese Restaurant Singer (as George Kee Cheung)
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Chinese Restaurant Waiter
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Playtronics Desk Guard - Day
Rudy Francis Nemetz ...
Playtronics Desk Guard - Day
Ralph Monaco ...
Playtronics Lobby Guard - Day
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Playtronics Lobby Guard - Night
Al Foster ...
Playtronics Desk Guard - Night
George Hartmann ...
Playtronics Stairwell Guard
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Playtronics Perimeter Guard (as Jeffrey Daniel Phillips)
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Playtronics Perimeter Guard
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NSA Agent (as Anthony Winters)
Jeff Joy ...
NSA Agent
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NSA Agent Mary
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Mr. Bernard Abbott
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
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NSA Agent (uncredited)
Cheryl Chambers ...
College Geek (uncredited)
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Driver Outside Post Office (uncredited)
Ryal Haakenson ...
Man Walking Across the Lobby (uncredited)
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Russian Waiter (uncredited)
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Russian Driver (uncredited)
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Security guard (uncredited)

Directed by

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Phil Alden Robinson

Written by

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Phil Alden Robinson ... (written by) and
Lawrence Lasker ... (written by) &
Walter F. Parkes ... (written by)

Produced by

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William M. Elvin ... associate producer
Lawrence Lasker ... producer
Walter F. Parkes ... producer
Lindsley Parsons Jr. ... executive producer

Music by

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James Horner

Cinematography by

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John Lindley ... director of photography

Film Editing by

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Tom Rolf

Editorial Department

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Tom Allen ... apprentice editor
Christopher S. Baird ... first assistant editor
Andi Kasen Bergman ... apprentice editor
Sandy Brundage ... negative cutter
Phil Hetos ... color timer
Vicki Shaki Khan ... associate editor

Casting By

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Juel Bestrop
Risa Bramon Garcia

Production Design by

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Patrizia von Brandenstein ... (as Patrizia Von Brandenstein)

Art Direction by

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Dianne Wager

Set Decoration by

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Samara Schaffer

Costume Design by

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Bernie Pollack

Makeup Department

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Fred C. Blau Jr. ... second makeup artist (as Fred Blau)
Tamara Guthrie ... hair stylist (as Tamara Guthrie-Muro)
Gary Liddiard ... key makeup artist
Bunny Parker ... hair stylist (as Bunny Parker-Adamson)

Production Management

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Lindsley Parsons Jr. ... production manager

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Nandi Bowe ... second second assistant director
Kelly Cantley-Kashima ... trainee assistant director (as Kelly Cantley)
Alan Edmisten ... second assistant director
William M. Elvin ... first assistant director
Glenn Randall Jr. ... second unit director (as Glenn H. Randall Jr.)

Art Department

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George Ashton ... swing gang
John Bankson ... first assistant property master
Beth Bernstein ... art department coordinator
Nat Bocking ... second assistant property master (as David N. Bocking)
Keith Brian Burns ... set designer
Steve Callas ... construction foreman (as Steve Kallas)
Robert L. Clark ... paint foreman
Dennis DeWaay ... construction coordinator (as Dennis DeWay)
Steve Fegley ... construction general foreman
Andrea Mae Fenton ... props buyer
Mentor Huebner ... illustrator
James E. Hurd Jr. ... swing gang
Bob Laux ... labor foreman (as Robert Laux)
Thomas W. Lay Jr. ... illustrator
Ray Lopez ... plaster supervisor
Adam Lustig ... graphic designer / painter: mural painting
Dexter Miller ... construction accountant
Don Miloyevich ... property master
James J. Murakami ... set designer
Janine McEuen Newell ... set dressing assistant (as Janine McEuen)
David C. Potter ... lead man
Tommy Samona ... second lead man
Lisa K. Sessions ... set dressing assistant
Robert L. Stephen ... stand-by painter (as Robert Stephen)
Michael P. Sweeney ... set dresser / swing gang (as Mike Sweeney)
James E. Tocci ... set designer
Charles William Breen ... assistant art director (uncredited)
James E. Hurd Jr. ... set dresser (uncredited)

Sound Department

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Bill Baldwin ... assistant adr editor
Milton C. Burrow ... supervising sound editor
Neil Burrow ... sound editor
Scott Burrow ... sound editor
Willie D. Burton ... sound mixer
Blake R. Cornett ... assistant sound editor / first assistant sound editor
Gordon Davidson ... sound editor
Steve Dewey ... additional sound effects (as Stephen Dewey)
Robert W. Harris ... utility sound
Michael Herbick ... re-recording mixer
Shelley Rae Hinton ... adr editor
David L. Horton Jr. ... foley editor
Jay Kamen ... supervising adr editor (as Uncle K. Kamen)
Doc Kane ... adr mixer
Marvin E. Lewis ... boom operator
Sean McCormack ... foley recordist
Dennis McCurdy ... apprentice sound editor
Donald O. Mitchell ... re-recording mixer
Frank A. Montaño ... re-recording mixer (as Frank Montano)
Karin Roulo ... foley mixer
Chester Slomka ... sound editor (as Chester L. Slomka)
Audrey Trent ... foley artist
Jerry Trent ... foley artist
Karen Wanderman ... assistant sound editor (as Karen L. Wanderman)
John Soukup ... sound transfer (uncredited)

Special Effects by

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Peter Albiez ... effectsman (as Peter H. Albiez)
Larz Anderson ... effectsman
Albert Delgado ... special effects foreman
Ken Pepiot ... special effects coordinator

Visual Effects by

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Brett Bentley ... cg artist
Bennie R. Brothers ... computer effects
Will Fowler ... computer effects
Steve Grumette ... computer effects supervisor
Doug Wolfgram ... cg artist

Stunts

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Michael Adams ... stunts
Eddie Braun ... stunts
Keith Campbell ... stunts
Carl Ciarfalio ... stunts
Glory Fioramonti ... stunts (as Gloria Fioramonti)
Orwin C. Harvey ... stunts
Bob Herron ... stunts (as Robert Herron)
Larry Holt ... stunts
Terry James ... stunts
Melvin Jones ... stunts
Julius LeFlore ... stunts
Bill McIntosh ... stunts
Denney Pierce ... stunts
Bernie Pock ... stunts
Glenn Randall Jr. ... stunt coordinator
Spiro Razatos ... stunts
Rick Seaman ... stunts
Jeff Smolek ... stunts
William Washington ... stunts
Eddie L. Watkins ... stunts
Webster Whinery ... stunts

Camera and Electrical Department

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Dustin Ault ... grip
Herb Ault ... key grip (as Herbert L. Ault)
Camilla Calamandrei ... second second assistant camera
Tom Cantrell ... electrician
Richard L. Carden ... dolly grip (as Rick Carden)
Henry Cline ... first assistant camera
David Dunbar ... electrician (as Dave Dunbar)
Melinda Sue Gordon ... still photographer
Kurt Grossi ... grip
Mike Hodges ... rigging grip
Robert Jason ... gaffer
Lawrence Karman ... camera operator
Aaron Katz ... assistant video operator
Kenneth E. King ... best boy grip (as Ken King)
Henry Kline ... first assistant camera
Harry R. Lessing ... video playback operator (as Harry Lessing)
Larry McCarron ... grip
David Morrison ... grip
James M. Muro ... steadicam operator (as James Muro)
Jeffrey W. Petersen ... assistant chief lighting technician (as Jeffrey Petersen)
Jim Pine ... electrician
Brian T. Pitts ... second assistant camera
Patrick G. Ralston ... electrician (as Pat Ralston)
Rod Robertson ... rigging gaffer
David St. Onge ... electrician (as Dave St. Onge)
Adam Alphin ... assistant camera (uncredited)
Bill Pelkey ... electrician: San Francisco (uncredited)
Lou Weinert ... assistant camera (uncredited)

Casting Department

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Davia Nelson ... additional casting: San Francisco
Steve Spiker ... extras casting
Mary Vernieu ... casting associate

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Marie Boller ... wardrobe: women (as Marie A. Kaderback)
Gregory B. Peña ... wardrobe: men
Hugo Peña ... costume supervisor

Location Management

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Robin Citrin ... location manager
Stefanie Pleet ... location liaison: San Francisco (as Stephanie Lee Pleet)
Eva M. Schroeder ... assistant location manager
Billy A. Fox ... location scout (uncredited)
Tom Ingersoll ... location scout (uncredited)

Music Department

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Frank Bennett ... orchestrator
Jeff Charbonneau ... assistant music editor
Brad Dechter ... orchestrator
Sandy DeCrescent ... music contractor
Michael Fisher ... musician
James Flamberg ... associate music editor (as Jim Flamberg)
Ralph Grierson ... musician
Jim Henrikson ... supervising music editor
James Horner ... musician
Branford Marsalis ... musician
Shawn Murphy ... scoring mixer
Joel C. Peskin ... musician (as Joel Peskin)
Joe E. Rand ... assistant music editor
Ian Underwood ... musician
James Horner ... conductor (uncredited)
James Thatcher ... musician: French horn (uncredited)

Transportation Department

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Billy G. Arter ... driver (as Billy Arter)
Ed Arter ... transportation coordinator
Tina M. Arter-Duquette ... transportation dispatcher (as Tina M. Arter)
Ronald B. Dinson Sr. ... transportation captain (as Ronald B. Dinson)
George Hartmann ... driver
Cary Kelley ... transportation co-captain
David Menapace ... driver (as Dave Menapace)
Gordon Smith ... driver
Mark Wescott ... driver (as Mark Westcott)
Ed Wirth ... driver (as Eddie Wirth)
Anthony Muto Jr. ... picture vehicles (uncredited)

Other crew

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Len Adleman ... consultant: mathematics (as Prof. Len Adleman)
Nancy Aprile ... assistant production auditor (as Nancy C. Aprile)
Fabiana Arrastia ... assistant production coordinator
Steev Beeson ... production auditor (as Steve Beeson)
Jamale Case ... first aid
Susan Fanara ... assistant: Mr. Lasker and Mr. Parkes
Andrew Francis Fenady ... production assistant
John Fluke ... electronic equipment provider
Leigh French ... adr group coordinator
Shauna Hanley ... production assistant
Ricky Jay ... sleight of hand consultant
Judith Kahn ... title designer
Janet Lonsdale ... assistant accountant
Robert Bruce Moore ... craft service
Marsha Robertson ... unit publicist
Margaret Solow ... assistant: Mr. Robinson
John Strauchs ... security consultant
Cynthia Upstill ... script supervisor
Lisa J. Watters ... production coordinator
Roni Ziemba ... assistant: Mr. Robinson
Sophia Lansky ... additional voices (uncredited)
Peter Riga ... stand-in (uncredited)
Rodney Saulsberry ... adr/voice talent (uncredited)
Bill H. Schwocho ... stand-in (uncredited)

Thanks

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Jonathan Borofsky ... thanks
Robbie Conal ... thanks
Sonia Delaunay ... thanks
Cynthia Drennon ... thanks
Helen Frankenthaler ... thanks
Paul Gray ... thanks
Richard Gray ... thanks
Richard Green ... thanks
Robert Mapplethorpe ... thanks
Dan McCleary ... thanks
Tatsuo Miyajima ... thanks
Peter Schwartz ... special thanks
Mark Stock ... thanks
Donald Sultan ... thanks
Crew believed to be complete

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Storyline

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Plot Summary

Martin Bishop is the head of a group of experts who specialize in testing security systems. When he is blackmailed by government agents into stealing a top secret black box, the team find themselves embroiled in a game of danger and intrigue. After they recover the box, they discover that it has the capability to decode all existing encryption systems around the world, and that the agents who hired them didn't work for the government after all. Written by Graeme Roy

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Taglines We could tell you what it's about. But then, of course, we'd have to kill you. See more »
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Also Known As
  • Les experts (France)
  • Sneakers - Die Lautlosen (Germany)
  • Sneakers (Los fisgones) (Spain)
  • Los fisgones (Spain)
  • I signori della truffa (Italy)
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Runtime
  • 126 min
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Box Office

Budget $35,000,000 (estimated)
Cumulative Worldwide Gross $105,233,000

Did You Know?

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Trivia When Martin and Cosmo attempt their initial prank at the beginning of the movie, the façade building seen, is the famous Hill Valley clock tower from the Back to the Future trilogy. See more »
Goofs To circumvent the thermal security sensors, the temperature in Cosmo's office is raised to 98.6° F to match normal internal body temperature. Coming from a normal room temperature environment, Bishop's exposed skin would have been only about 91° to 94°, and his clothing even cooler, about 85° to 89°. This may have been enough of a difference to set off the alarm. The office should only have been warmed up to about 90°. See more »
Movie Connections Featured in Sneakers/Where the Day Takes You/Husbands and Wives/Wind/Swoon (1992). See more »
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Crazy Credits In the theatrical trailer, the case members' names were first presented as anagrams, then rearranged to spell correctly. They were: fort red border - Robert Redford a york dandy - Dan Aykroyd kneel by sing - Ben Kingsely carney mend moll - Mary McDonnell rionveih irnep - River Phoenix I edit spin yore - Sidney Poitier ad variant thirds - David Strathairn See more »
Quotes Cosmo: There's a war out there, old friend. A world war. And it's not about who's got the most bullets. It's about who controls the information. What we see and hear, how we work, what we think... it's all about the information!
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