Bulletproof


1h 24m 1996

Brief Synopsis

Small time crook Archie Moses considers Rock Keats his best buddy, until Moses graciously brings Keats on a big-time drug score and is horrified to discover that his trusted friend is actually an undercover cop. When a gunfight breaks out, Keats is accidentally shot in the head by Moses in the ensui

Film Details

Also Known As
prueba de balas, A
MPAA Rating
Genre
Action
Comedy
Release Date
1996
Distribution Company
Universal Pictures
Location
Kern County, California, USA; Los Angeles, California, USA

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 24m

Synopsis

Small time crook Archie Moses considers Rock Keats his best buddy, until Moses graciously brings Keats on a big-time drug score and is horrified to discover that his trusted friend is actually an undercover cop. When a gunfight breaks out, Keats is accidentally shot in the head by Moses in the ensuing melee. After recovering, Keats returns to work only to find that his first assignment is to escort his ex-best friend back home from Arizona, so Moses can turn state's evidence against the ruthless drug king pin he was working for. Hardly a happy traveling duo, they soon discover that there's a mole revealing their every move and that they are neither safe from the police, the FBI nor the drug thugs hot on their trail. Although they hate each other now, they soon realize that with their lives at stake, the original ties that bind are still strong--especially if it means surviving.

Crew

Willy Allen

Foley Editor

Steve Badillo

Production

Billy Baker

On-Set Dresser

Rodney P Barnes

Security

Anna Behlmer

Rerecording

Charles Belardinelli

Special Effects

Tom Bellissimo

Special Effects Coordinator

Barbara Lee Belmonte

Stunts

Elmer Bernstein

Music

Steven Bernstein

Director Of Photography

Brian T Best

Apprentice

Perry Andelin Blake

Art Director

Robert Blake

Assistant Camera Operator

Gary Blufer

Audio

Mark Bourgeois

Assistant Editor

Bernie Brillstein

Executive Producer

Gary A Brostrom

Key Grip

Allyson Brown

Costumes

Bob F Brown

Stunts

Kevin Brown

Electrician

Linda S Brown

On-Set Dresser

Sandy Brundage

Negative Cutting

Richard Brunton

On-Set Dresser

Kelly Cabral

Audio

Russell Caldwell

Lighting Technician

Matthew Cassel

Assistant Editor

Kevin Celi

Camera

Moe Chamberlain

Boom Operator

Joanna Colbert

Casting

Lewis Colick

Screenplay

Scott Edward Collins

On-Set Dresser

Faith Conroy

Script Supervisor

Bill Cousins

Grip

Jim Crawford

Stunts

Michelle Crenshaw

Assistant Camera Operator

Richard Crompton

Grip

Jeff Dashnaw

Stunts

Tracy Keehn Dashnaw

Stunts

Craig Davis

Stunts

Kenny Davis

Dolly Grip

Tim A Davison

Stunt Coordinator

Karen Day

Production Accountant

Jeff Delucia

Other

Marc Deschaine

Adr

Lisa Deutsch

Set Decorator

David B Diamond

Boom Operator

Michael Dilbeck

Music Supervisor

Joe Divitale

Sound Effects Editor

Craig Dobbie

Grip

John Dumas

Grip

E Elliot Durant Iii

Production Assistant

Kathy Durning

Music Editor

Shawn Egan

Apprentice

John Michael Fanaris

Sound Effects

Randy Fletcher

Assistant Director

George Folsey

Editor

Ryan Folsey

Apprentice

Ryan Folsey

Production Assistant

Marie France

Costume Designer

Johnny Franco

Special Effects

Richard Frasca

Other

Danny Freibrun

Craft Service

Carl Bruce Frye

Assistant Camera Operator

Kirk Gardner

Steadicam Operator

Janene Garey

Camera

Joe Gayton

Screenplay

Joe Gayton

From Story

Scott Getzinger

On-Set Dresser

Jack Giarraputo

Coproducer

Tony Giglio

Production Assistant

Daniel C Gold

Camera Operator

Eric L. Gold

Executive Producer

Nicola Goode

Photography

Angelique Graham-bones

Production Assistant

Christopher Gray

Extras Agent/Coordinator

Brad Grey

Executive Producer

William S Grisco

Animal Trainer

Robert A Hackl

Post-Production Supervisor

Randy Hall

Stunts

Emil Clayton Hampton

Assistant Camera Operator

Shari Hanger

Assistant Director

Derrick Harper

Other

Rick Harris

Best Boy Grip

John Hateley

Stunts

Darryl Henley

Visual Effects

Ryan Hintz

Post-Production Accountant

Marjean Holden

Stunts

Michelle Holdsworth

Assistant

Steve Holladay

Stunts

Shawn Honea

Assistant Camera Operator

Paul Horn

Assistant Camera Operator

Glenn Hoskinson

Sound Effects Editor

Rich Hughes

Assistant Camera Operator

Frankie Iudica Jr.

Production Assistant

Teresa Jaime

Accountant

Jeffrey Paul Johnson

On-Set Dresser

David Kagen

Electrician

Stephanie Keeler

Production Assistant

Elizabeth Kenton

Dialogue Editor

Jim Keys

Rigging Gaffer

Rashan Khan

Consultant

Bill King

Props Assistant

Christopher Kroll

Assistant Editor

Jeff Kydman

Production Assistant

Thierry Labbe

On-Set Dresser

Stephanie Landau-adlen

Production Assistant

Charles Lang

Grip

Kevin Larosa

Other

Lee Lemont

Foley Editor

Jim Lewis

Stunt Man

Brian Liberman

Grip

Thomas Liberto

Production Assistant

Mark Lonsdale

Stunts

Stephen Lotwis

Music Editor

Chuck Lungren

Other

Elio Lupi

Assistant

Dennis Lynch

Assistant Camera Operator

Brenda N Maben

Costume Supervisor

Patty Malkin

Costumes

Steve Mann

Sound Effects Editor

Blake Marion

Sound Effects

Joseph T Mastrolia

Set Costumer

Katrina Mastrolia

Costumes

Masako Masuda

Assistant Art Director

William F Matthews

Art Director

Raymond Michels

Best Boy

Wayne Middleton

Location Manager

Daisuke Miyake

Grip

Rocky Moriana

Sound Effects Editor

Vonda K. Morris

Makeup Assistant

Harold Munz

Craft Service

Christopher Neely

On-Set Dresser

Andy Nelson

Rerecording

Jay Nierenberg

Sound Editor

Elaine Offers

Makeup Assistant

Jono Oliver

Assistant Director

John C Owens

Electrician

Heather Page

Steadicam Operator

Ann Pala

Makeup

Keith Parrish

Color Timer

Manny Perry

Stunts

Satarius Piernas

Assistant

Lockwood G Pierson

Assistant Camera Operator

Claude Powell

Construction Coordinator

Mark A Powell

Other

Robert "ripp" Powell

Stunt Man

Rick W Pratt

Grip

William Proctor

Assistant

Johnny C Pruitt

Production Assistant

Janine Rath-anderson

Hair Stylist

Rudy Reachi

Property Master

Thomas W Rebber

Transportation Captain

Kristieanne Reed

Assistant Production Coordinator

Jimmy N. Roberts

Stunts

Joseph Rodwell

Crane Grip

Erik Rondell

Stunts

Sharon Rosenberg

Costumes

Michael Runyard

Stunt Man

Jon Salzman

Lighting

Edward Schiff

Foreman

Kim Secrist

Sound Effects Editor

Janine Sherman-barrois

Associate Producer

Ira Shuman

Coproducer

Ira Shuman

Unit Production Manager

Robert Simonds

Producer

Lin C Smith

Production Assistant

Rita Smith

Assistant

Alfred Smithey

Key Grip

Catherine M Speakman

Dialogue Editor

Loring I Spicer

Costumes

Jim Stuebe

Sound Mixer

Becky Sullivan

Adr Editor

Christy Sumner

Special Effects

Shawn Sykora

Foley Editor

Jonathan David Tamarkin

Production Assistant

Dawn Tashjian

Music Coordinator

Alison A Taylor

Assistant Location Manager

Roland N Thai

Sound Effects Editor

Shannon Thompson

Special Effects

Sven-ole Thorsen

Stunts

Brooks Tomb

Other

Nanxy Tong-heater

Hair Stylist

Tim Tuchrello

Assistant Sound Editor

Kelly Uchimura

Camera

Doreen Vantyne

Hair Stylist

Kimberly Lowe Voight

Dialogue Editor

Don Warner

Sound Effects Editor

Chris Warren

Other

Ross Warren

Other

Aaron D Weisblatt

Dialogue Editor

Walter C Weiss

Video Assist/Playback

Sandy Wernick

Executive Producer

Julian Whatley

Assistant Camera Operator

David J White

Assistant Camera Operator

Eric Wiler

Assistant Editor

Bryce G Williams

Transportation Coordinator

Glenn Williams

Set Designer

Steven D Williams

Sound Editor

Robert Yacobian

Accounting Assistant

George M Zamora

Special Effects

Film Details

Also Known As
prueba de balas, A
MPAA Rating
Genre
Action
Comedy
Release Date
1996
Distribution Company
Universal Pictures
Location
Kern County, California, USA; Los Angeles, California, USA

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 24m

Quotes

Trivia

Miscellaneous Notes

Released in United States Fall September 6, 1996

Released in United States November 21, 1996

Released in United States on Video February 25, 1997

Adam Sandler reportedly received $2.5 million for this project.

Adam Sandler reportedly received $2.5 million for this project.

Completed shooting May 9, 1996.

Released in United States Fall September 6, 1996

Released in United States November 21, 1996

Began shooting March 4, 1996.

Released in United States on Video February 25, 1997