Vice Squad (1982 film)

Vice Squad is a 1982 American action crime thriller film directed by Gary Sherman and starring Wings Hauser, Season Hubley, and Gary Swanson. The original music score was composed by Joe Renzetti and Keith Rubinstein. Wings Hauser sang the vocal track on the film's opening and closing theme song "Neon Slime".[2]

Vice Squad
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2006 DVD release cover
Directed byGary Sherman
Produced byBrian Frankish
Robert Rehme
Written bySandy Howard
Gary Sherman
Robert Vincent O'Neil
Kenneth Peter
StarringSeason Hubley
Gary Swanson
Wings Hauser
Music byJoe Renzetti
Keith Rubinstein
CinematographyJohn Alcott
Edited byRoy Watts
Distributed byEmbassy Pictures
Release date
  • January 22, 1982 (1982-01-22)
Running time
97 minutes
CountryUnited States
LanguageEnglish
Box office$13,253,583 (US)[1]

PlotEdit

When Los Angeles' police force a down-on-her-luck businesswoman-turned-prostitute named "Princess" to help capture a murderous pimp named Ramrod, it's Princess’ life that is put on the line. Soon, the escaped killer is after her, and vice squad detective Tom Walsh and his team are hard pressed to keep the woman safe.


TriviaEdit

This movie uses the catch phrase, “Go ahead; make my day,” popularized a year later in Clint Eastwood’s, Sudden Impact.

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