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Ice (1994)

R | | Action, Crime | 15 June 1994 (USA)
A married couple of cat burglars scheme to rob a set of stolen diamonds from the local mafia only to be hampered by persistent police detectives, another scam artist, and a rival mob group.


Brook Yeaton


Sean Dash




Complete credited cast:
Traci Lords ... Ellen Reed
Phillip Troy Linger ... Charley Reed (as Phillip Troy)
Zach Galligan ... Rick Corbit
Jaime Alba Jaime Alba ... Det. Alan Little
Floyd Levine ... Det. Prine
Jorge Rivero ... Vito Malta
Michael Bailey Smith ... Jimmy the Courier
Jean St. James ... Jeweler (as Jean Pflieger)
Eddi Wilde Eddi Wilde ... Loan Shark
Marc Siegler Marc Siegler ... Waiter
Erich Martin Hicks Erich Martin Hicks ... Pope
Frank Pesce ... Mobster
Dick Cohn Dick Cohn ... Detective
Mike Toney Mike Toney ... Anthony Morita


Several jeweller's shops in L.A. are robbed, altogether diamonds worth 60 million dollars are gone. The police investigations don't lead to any success, although they suspect mobster Malta behind it. The insurance company hires the minor criminals Ellen and Charley to steal back the diamonds. They have success, but decide that $50,000 aren't enough reward. So they try to make a better deal - with any party. Will the self-assured Ellen and her brother be able to deal with two mob parties on one side, and a clever detective with romantic intentions on the other? Written by Tom Zoerner <Tom.Zoerner@informatik.uni-erlangen.de>

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Action | Crime

Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)

Rated R for strong gangster violence, and for language and a scene of sexuality | See all certifications »

Did You Know?


Traci Lords and director Brook Yeaton were married at the time this film was made (they'd met on the set of Cry-Baby (1990)). See more »


When escaping the mansion after the heist, the driveway is blocked by a 90s Cadillac. When that car is exploded though, it switches to a late 70s Chevrolet Impala. See more »


Det. Little: It's illegal to steal, no matter who you're doing it for.
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Alternate Versions

While the Rental Video-Release is uncut, the TV-Version was heavily cut to lower violence See more »


Referenced in Rewind This! (2013) See more »

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Traci--Sullen or Bored? You Decide.
25 May 1999 | by Stevej-4See all my reviews

I always enjoy laughing at the work of former porn stars trying to be "legitimate" actresses. Traci has, happily, given that up and now concentrates on being a hack. But this little gem is truly amusing in it's awfulness. Traci's facial expression throughout this film is indecipherable and unchanging and absolutely lifeless. Perhaps she thought the title referred to her emotional range. But the plot is where the real fun is. What character development! Classic gunfighting scenes with patented Nev-R-Empty magazines! The bad guys couldn't hit the Titanic. The good guys (who've never fired a guy before)can hit a two-inch target on a moving car. My favorite scene involves Traci acquiring an arsenal to pursue her vengeance. The weapons so lovingly spotlighted never appear again in the film. And, of course, the pivotal plot point depends on the concept that pretty much anybody knows how to fly a helicopter. And, since Traci was being a "legitimate" actress, there's not even a hint of skin to brighten the picture. Good lord, this is awful. MST3K needs to add this to its list.

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Release Date:

15 June 1994 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Caçada pela Máfia See more »

Filming Locations:

Agoura Hills, California, USA See more »

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PM Entertainment Group See more »
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