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Universal Soldier: The Return ()


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The "universal soldiers" must fight the whole army. When the military's supercomputer S.E.T.H gets out of control

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Luc
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SETH
Heidi Schanz ...
Erin
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Dylan Cotner
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Capt. Blackburn
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Maggie
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General Radford
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Sergeant Morrow
Karis Paige Bryant ...
Hillary
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Romeo
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2nd Technician
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Squid
Woody Watson ...
RL Gate Guard
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Betty Wilson
Maria Arita ...
Kitty Anderson
Sam Williamson ...
Hillary's Doctor
Dion Culberson ...
Drag Queen
Pam Dougherty ...
60 Yr. Old Woman
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Erin's Stripper
Barbara Petricini-Buxton ...
Female News Anchor
Molly Moroney ...
Pediatric Nurse
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Radio Man
Mark Dalton ...
Lead RL Guard
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
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Waitress (uncredited)
Greg Bransom ...
General (uncredited)
Paul Heckmann ...
Nightclub Patron (uncredited)
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UniSol / Security Guard (uncredited)
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UniSol 2500 (uncredited) (voice)
John Lee Lewis ...
RL Med Tech (uncredited)
W. Glenn Malmskog ...
SEAL Demolitions Man (uncredited)
Jay Moore ...
Soldier (uncredited)
Mark Nicholson ...
Club Manager (uncredited)
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Big Biker (uncredited)
Scott Roland ...
UniSol (uncredited)
Colin Skelton ...
Technician (uncredited)
Derek Southers ...
UniSol (uncredited)
Bruce Stewart ...
ER Doctor (uncredited)
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Unisol Security Guard (uncredited)
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General's Aide (uncredited)
Sylvester 'Bear' Terkay ...
Hospital Security (uncredited)
Fabian Watkins ...
Nightclub Patron (uncredited)

Directed by

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Mic Rodgers

Written by

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Richard Rothstein ... (characters) &
Christopher Leitch ... (characters) and
Dean Devlin ... (characters)
 
William Malone ... (written by) and
John Fasano ... (written by)

Produced by

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Craig Baumgarten ... producer
Daniel Melnick ... executive producer
Adam Merims ... co-producer
Richard G. Murphy ... co-producer
Michael Rachmil ... executive producer
Allen Shapiro ... producer
Bennett R. Specter ... co-producer
Jean-Claude Van Damme ... producer

Music by

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Don Davis

Cinematography by

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Mike Benson ... director of photography (as Michael A. Benson)

Film Editing by

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Peck Prior

Editorial Department

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Rayford Berrymon ... assistant film editor
James Flynn ... assistant film editor
Terry Haggar ... color timer (as Terry Hager)
Mo Henry ... negative cutter
Ron Rauch ... production assistant
Eddie Robayo ... apprentice film editor
Sandy S. Solowitz ... first assistant film editor
Jeff Stroot ... international editor

Casting By

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Rachel Abroms
Jory Weitz

Production Design by

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David Chapman

Art Direction by

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John Frick

Set Decoration by

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Donnasu Sealy ... (as Donnasue Sealy)

Costume Design by

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Jennifer L. Bryan

Makeup Department

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Melissa Forney ... first assistant hair stylist
Kalen Hoyle ... first assistant makeup artist
Philip Ivey ... key hair stylist
Keith Sayer ... key makeup artist
Troy Breeding ... makeup artist (uncredited)
Shashana Kaplan ... makeup artist (uncredited)

Production Management

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Michael Rachmil ... unit production manager

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Albert Cho ... first assistant director
Rebecca Strickland ... second assistant director

Art Department

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Steve Allen ... propmaker
Bradly E. Breitbarth ... property master (as Bradly Breitbarth)
Bill Luckey ... assistant property master
Roy Metcalf ... construction coordinator
Darren Patnode ... on-set dresser
Thomas H. Paul ... set designer
Steve Sawhill ... leadman
Wallace R. Symns ... greensman (as Wallace Symns)
Byron K. Autrey ... carpenter (uncredited) / property maker (uncredited)
Jack Colmenero ... set dresser (uncredited)
Phyllis Detrich ... assistant property master (uncredited)
Nanci Elfrez ... painter (uncredited)
Jennifer Garlington ... art department coordinator (uncredited)
Archie Hankins ... carpenter (uncredited)
Kelley A. Hankins ... signwriter (uncredited)
Mark Hanks ... swing (uncredited)
Spanky Lofland ... carpenter (uncredited)
John Parker ... set dresser (uncredited)
Gen Quintanilla ... swing (uncredited)
Randy Severs ... carpenter (uncredited)

Sound Department

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Joe Barnett ... re-recording mixer
Dorian Cheah ... re-recording mixer
Pud Cusack ... sound mixer
Jed M. Dodge ... dialogue editor (as Jed Dodge)
Lisle Engle ... sound effects editor
Mary Erstad ... foley mixer
Paula Fairfield ... sound effects editor
David Lee Fein ... foley artist (as David Fein)
Alan Freedman ... adr mixer
Frank Gaeta ... sound effects editor
George Haddad ... sound effects editor
Greg Hedgepath ... supervising sound editor
Michael Hertlein ... dialogue editor
Takako Ishikawa ... sound effects editor
Robert Jackson ... adr supervisor (as Robert C. Jackson)
C.W. Jones ... foley mixer
Michael Kamper ... sound effects editor
Ossama Khuluki ... foley artist
Diane Marshall ... foley artist
Michael Mullane ... sound effects editor
Linda Murphy ... boom operator
Yuri Reese ... additional mixing
John Ross ... re-recording mixer
William Smith ... additional mixing
Scott Streetman ... cableman
Lucy Sustar ... foley editor
Roland N. Thai ... sound effects editor (as Roland Thai)
Robert Getty ... assistant sound editor (uncredited)
Patrick Giraudi ... additional sound re-recording mixer (uncredited)
Michael Hertlein ... adr editor (uncredited)
Kelly Vandever ... re-recording mixer (uncredited)

Special Effects by

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Brett Cody ... effects coordinator: E=mc²
Joe Digaetano ... special effects
Robert Vazquez ... special effects (as Bobby Vazquez)
Rick Bongiovanni ... effects crew: KNB Effects (uncredited)
Robert Brown ... special effects technician (uncredited)
John Cluff ... special effects technician (uncredited)
Jim Henry ... special effects assistant (uncredited)
Margaret Johnson ... special effects technician (uncredited)
Jerry King ... technician (uncredited)
Geoffrey C. Martin ... special effects technician (uncredited)
Alan McFarland ... special effects electronics: KNB (uncredited)
Randy E. Moore ... special effects crew (uncredited)
Gary Pilkinton ... technician (uncredited)
Patrick Tantalo ... special effects technician (uncredited)
Kathleen Tonkin ... technician (uncredited)
Russell Tyrrell ... special effects technician (uncredited)

Visual Effects by

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Andy Atkins ... Domino artist: CRC Digital
Casey Dame ... CGI artist: CRC Digital
Tony Deryan ... Domino artist: CRC Digital
Buddy Gheen ... digital artist: E=mc²
Gary Hall ... visual effects coordinator: CRC Digital
Bruce Harris ... Domino artist: CRC Digital
O.T. Hight ... Domino artist: CRC Digital
Heidy Hughes ... Domino artist: CRC Digital (as Hiedy Hughes)
Paul Le Blanc ... CGI supervisor: E=mc² (as Paul R. LeBlanc)
Ralph Maiers ... visual effects supervisor: CRC Digital
TJ Morgan ... Domino artist: CRC Digital (as T.J. Morgan)
Robert W. Morgenroth ... visual effects supervisor: E=mc² (as Rob Morgenroth)
Eric Pham ... Domino artist: CRC Digital
Janet Quen ... Domino artist: CRC Digital
Bart Rachmil ... visual effects editor
Mike Sabga ... digital artist: E=mc²
Gabriel Sanchez ... Domino artist: CRC Digital
Dan Santori ... CGI artist: CRC Digital
George Ulmer ... CGI artist: CRC Digital
Christopher Grandel ... visual effects coordinator (uncredited)
Derek Ledbetter ... visual effects (uncredited)

Stunts

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Rea Brooks ... stunts (as Rae Brooks)
Troy Brown ... stunts
Christy Carlson ... stunts
Rosa Collins ... stunts
Lance Gilbert ... stunts
Tim Gilbert ... stunts
Troy Gilbert ... stunts
Randy Hall ... stunts
Thomas Robinson Harper ... stunts (as Tom Harper)
Scott Hubbell ... stunts
Matt Johnston ... stunts
Henry Kingi Jr. ... stunts (as Henry M. Kingi Jr.)
Curtis Lupo ... stunts
Larry Nicholas ... stunts
Manny Perry ... stunts
Chad Randall ... stunts
Tim Rigby ... stunts
Larry Rippenkroeger ... stunts (as Larry Ruppenkroger)
Jimmy N. Roberts ... stunts (as Jimmy Roberts)
Debby Lynn Ross ... stunts (as Debbie Lynn Ross)
Michael Runyard ... stunt coordinator
Jan Michael Shultz ... stunts (as Jan Michael Schultz)
Keith Tellez ... stunts
Russell Towery ... stunts
Tim Trella ... stunts
Christopher J. Tuck ... stunts (as Chris Tuck)
Jeff Ward ... stunts
Tak Yuen ... stunts
Harold Burns ... stunt rigger (uncredited)
John Cann ... stunts (uncredited)
Jennifer Caputo ... high fall stunt (uncredited)
Laura Dash ... stunts (uncredited)
Lance Gilbert ... stunt double: Mr. Van Damme (uncredited)
Jim Henry ... stunts (uncredited)
Scott Hubbell ... marine coordinator (uncredited)
Mark Kay ... stunts (uncredited)
Robert Keller ... stunts (uncredited)
Khristian Lupo ... stunts (uncredited)
Mic Rodgers ... stunts (uncredited)
Scott Roland ... stunts (uncredited)
David Sanders ... stuntman (uncredited)
Todd Senofonte ... stunt double: Van Damme (uncredited)
Jamie Taylor ... stunts (uncredited)

Camera and Electrical Department

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Marc Andrus ... key grip
Stephen Beasley ... assistant chief lighting technician (as Stephen F. Beasley)
Arthur Blum ... dolly grip
Kevin Boyle ... first assistant camera: "b" camera
Peter Clarson ... chief lighting technician
Brown Cooper ... camera operator: "b" camera
Gary Jay ... camera operator: "b" camera
Key Kolb ... second grip
Jim McConkey ... steadicam operator
Fred L. McLane ... first assistant camera: "a" camera
Edward Morey III ... camera operator: "a" camera
Rob Nelson ... video operator: E=mc²
Van Redin ... still photographer
Roger Basquette ... video assist operator (uncredited)
Cheryl Clarson ... electrician (uncredited)
Donald R. Howe Jr. ... second assistant camera (uncredited)
Jeff Lanes ... dimmer board operator (uncredited)
Eric Montes ... additional electrician (uncredited)
Michael Off ... camera operator (uncredited)
Andy Stefanek ... electrician (uncredited)
Jason Taylor ... best boy rigging electrician (uncredited)
Troy Webb ... rigging gaffer (uncredited)

Casting Department

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Gabrielle Berberich ... casting associate
Barbara Brinkley ... casting: Texas
Toni Cobb Brock ... casting: Texas (as Toni Cobb)

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Rondi Hillstrom Davis ... wardrobe supervisor
Susan Mayes ... key set costumer
Steve Constancio ... set costumer (uncredited)
Leeann Radeka ... set costumer (uncredited)

Location Management

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Robert Callan ... location manager
Shawn Hueston ... assistant location manager

Music Department

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Jason Alexander ... music supervisor
Sharon Boyle ... music consultant
Robert Garrett ... music editor
John Houlihan ... music consultant
Micki Stern ... music supervisor

Transportation Department

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John Burkholtz ... transportation captain
Richard A. Davis ... transportation co-captain (as Richard Davis)
Jon Bergholz ... dispatcher (uncredited)

Other crew

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Anne Attalla ... assistant: Mr. Shapiro
Gino Crognale ... puppeteer
Jim Dunlap ... first assistant accountant
Andrea Gabusi ... production coordinator
Chris Gilmer ... production assistant
Ellyn Klein Golub ... assistant production coordinator (as Ellyn Klein)
Jennifer S. Gottlieb ... production assistant (as Jennifer Gottlieb-Rosenbaum)
Theodore Haines ... puppeteer (as Ted Haines)
J. Larsen Jay ... production secretary
Girish Johar ... marketing & distribution
Cindy Lindauer ... studio teacher
Jake McKinnon ... puppeteer
Sarah Morse ... production accountant (as Sarah M. Morse)
Angela Peterson ... assistant: Mr. Rachmil
Parrish Rainge ... production assistant
Melinda Taksen ... script supervisor
Rick Washburn ... weapons master
Pete Waterman ... production assistant
Nikki Woods ... production assistant
Karen Woodward ... assistant: Mr. Baumgarten
LouAnn Wu ... assistant: Mr. Rodgers
Sarah Nean Bruce ... production advisor (uncredited)
Eve Butterly ... script supervisor (uncredited)
Caryn Cheever ... second assistant accountant (uncredited)
Laura King ... unit medic (uncredited)
Peter Malota ... martial arts choreographer (uncredited)
Robert Sekula ... production assistant (uncredited)
Mike Sudrow ... weapons specialist (uncredited)
Raigen Thornton ... set medic (uncredited)
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Storyline

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Plot Summary

Luc Devereaux, the only surviving member of the original Universal Soldier Team. He now works with Dylan Cotner, on a project to create and improve a new Universal Soldier. Their plan is for the Universal soldier or UNISOLS to be controlled by a computer they call SETH. When the government decides to terminate the project, which includes shutting down SETH. SETH, not wanting this to happen, takes steps to prevent this. He first kills Dylan. He then has himself transfered into a body. He then seeks out Luc Devereaux, who is the only person who knows the code that will stop his program from being deleted. So he sends out all the UNISOLS to get him. Luc must try and stay away until SETH program is deleted. But SETH has targeted his daughter as possible leverage. Written by

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Taglines Prepare to become obsolete See more »
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Also Known As
  • Universal Soldier 4 (United States)
  • Universal Soldier 2 (United States)
  • Universal Soldier IV (United States)
  • Universal Soldier: Le combat absolu (France)
  • Universal Soldier - Die Rückkehr (Germany)
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Runtime
  • 83 min
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Box Office

Budget $45,000,000 (estimated)
Opening Weekend United States $4,605,167, 22 Aug 1999
Cumulative Worldwide Gross $19,912,120, 10 Nov 2000

Did You Know?

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Trivia The role of Romeo was originally intended for WWE wrestler "Stone Cold" Steve Austin. However, without notifying Steve, his agent turned down the offer of $55,000 to star in the film. The role was subsequently offered to WCW star Bill Goldberg, who accepted the role, for a fee of $250,000. When Austin found out about this, he expressed his anger to Vince McMahon for not letting him know about the movie offer. See more »
Goofs (at around 30 mins) During the battle in the Chemical Weapons storage room, where UniSol Romeo is stalking Luc and reporter Erin Young, Luc starts out wearing a dark jacket over his gray shirt. After a short cutaway from him and Erin, his dark jacket is suddenly gone with no visible sign of it. Later, as the movie returns to the Chemical Weapons room fight after a brief detour, Luc suddenly has his dark jacket back on, but this time we also see him actually take it off after it catches fire. See more »
Movie Connections Featured in Universal Soldier: The Return (2012). See more »
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Quotes [repeated line]
Romeo: [after being foiled by Luc Deveraux] I hate that guy!
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