Beverly Hills Cop


1h 45m 1984

Brief Synopsis

A wisecracking, rules-breaking Detroit cop finds himself in Beverly Hills to investigate the murder of a friend and teaches his stiff-necked Beverly Hills counterparts some lessons in the finer arts of police investigation techniques.

Film Details

Also Known As
Snuten i Hollywood, flic de Beverly Hills
MPAA Rating
Release Date
1984
Location
Los Angeles, California, USA; San Jose, California, USA; Beverly Hills, California, USA; Santa Rosa, California, USA

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 45m

Synopsis

A wisecracking, rules-breaking Detroit cop finds himself in Beverly Hills to investigate the murder of a friend and teaches his stiff-necked Beverly Hills counterparts some lessons in the finer arts of police investigation techniques.

Crew

Christopher R Adams

Stunts

Chuck Adamson

Consultant

Danilo Bach

Story By

Danilo Bach

From Story

Bob Badami

Sound Editor

Pamela Bentkowski

Foley Editor

Peter Bogart

Assistant Director

Bill Bowling

Location Manager

Janet Brady

Stunts

Allan Bromberg

Foley Editor

Tom Bronson

Costume Designer

Jerry Bruckheimer

Producer

David Burton

Stunts

Arthur Coburn

Editor

Danny Costa

Stunts

Steve Davidson

Stunts

Vincent Deadrick

Stunts

Robert Decker

Location Manager

Eddy Donno

Stunts

Simon Doonan

Consultant

Teri E. Dorman

Sound Editor

John M. Dwyer

Set Decorator

Kenny Endoso

Stunts

Leonard Engelman

Makeup

Stephanie Epper

Stunts

Tony Epper

Stunts

Harold Faltermeyer

Song

Harold Faltermeyer

Music

Claudia Finkle

Assistant Editor

Keith Forsey

Song

Glenn Frey

Song Performer

Jay R Fuller

Stunts

Kathleen Gale

Costumes

Peter Gebhardt

Art Department

Gary Gibson

Art Department

John Gilutin

Song

Betty Goldberg

Script Supervisor

Angelo Graham

Production Designer

Richard Graves

Assistant Director

Jack N Green

Camera Operator

Steve Grumette

Consultant

John Haggar

Assistant Editor

Jeff Haley

Set Decorator

Cecelia Hall

Sound Editor

James Herbert

Location Manager

Bill Hooker

Stunts

Linda Horner

Associate Producer

Bunny Hull

Song

Loren Janes

Stunts

Eugene Jardin

Art Department

Matt D Johnston

Stunts

Harold Jones

Stunts

Rick Kline

Sound

Patti Labelle

Song Performer

Bruce Lacey

Sound Editor

Gregg Landaker

Sound

Michael Long

Costumes

Barbara Lopez

Hair

Larry Lubow

Art Department

Gary Mclarty

Stunt Coordinator

Gary Mclarty

Stunts

Bobby Mclaughlin

Stunts

Steve Mcroberts

Assistant Director

John C. Meier

Stunts

Jeffrey L Miller

Camera Operator

Andre Miripolsky

Art Department

Donald O Mitchell

Sound

Mike Moder

Executive Producer

Mike Moder

Unit Production Manager

Paul Mogensen

Art Department

Michael W Moore

Stunts

James J Murakami

Art Director

Glenn Nightingale

Song

Alan Nineberg

Adr Editor

Ben Nye Jr.

Makeup

Alan Oliney

Stunts

Kenneth Pepiot

Special Effects

Daniel Petrie

Screenplay

Daniel Petrie

From Story

Daniel Petrie

Story By

Rex Pierson

Stunts

Brian Reeves

Consultant

Bruce Richards

Art Department

Paul Bruce Richardson

Sound Editor

Gary Ritchie

Sound

Richard Robinson

Photography

Sharon Robinson

Song

Mic Rodgers

Stunts

Danny Rogers

Stunts

Danny Sembello

Song

Margery Simkin

Casting Director

Don Simpson

Producer

J E Sistrunk

Stunts

John Sonsini

Art Department

Don Sorensen

Art Department

Bruce Surtees

Dp/Cinematographer

Bruce Surtees

Director Of Photography

Tom Tomlinson

Props

Vanity

Song

Chuck Velasco

Costumes

Peter Wagner

Key Grip

George Watters

Sound Editor

Billy Weber

Editor

Karen Werner

Stunts

Charles Wilborn

Sound

Allee Willis

Song

Thomas J Wright

Unit Director

Rita Yokoi

Art Department

Rhonda Young

Casting

Film Details

Also Known As
Snuten i Hollywood, flic de Beverly Hills
MPAA Rating
Release Date
1984
Location
Los Angeles, California, USA; San Jose, California, USA; Beverly Hills, California, USA; Santa Rosa, California, USA

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 45m

Award Nominations

Best Original Screenplay

1984

Quotes

Trivia

Miscellaneous Notes

Released in United States December 1984

Released in United States on Video October 1985

Released in United States Winter December 1, 1984

Sequel to the film "Beverly Hills Cop" (USA/1984), directed by Martin Brest, and its follow-up "Beverly Hills Cop II" (USA/1987), directed by Tony Scott.

Began shooting May 14, 1984

Began shooting November 10, 1986.

Began shooting September 8, 1993.

Released in United States on Video October 1985

Released in United States December 1984

Released in United States Winter December 1, 1984

Completed shooting January 25, 1994.

Completed shooting November 1984.

Sylvester Stallone was originally considered for the role of Axel Foley.