DIRECTED BY MARTIN BREST

Beverly Hills Cop 1985

Beverly Hills Cop

Directed by

Martin Brest

Starring

Actor
Character
Axel Foley
Judge Reinhold
Det. Billy Rosewood
John Ashton
Sgt. Taggart
Lisa Eilbacher
Jenny Summers
Ronny Cox
Lt. Bogomil
Steven Berkoff
Victor Maitland
James Russo
Mikey Tandino
Jonathan Banks
Zack
Stephen Elliott
Chief Hubbard
Gilbert R. Hill
Inspector Todd
Art Kimbro
Det. Foster
Joel Bailey
Det. McCabe
Bronson Pinchot
Serge
Paul Reiser
Jeffrey
Michael Champion
Casey
Frank Pesce
Cigarette Buyer
Gene Borkan
Truck Driver
Michael Gregory
Hotel Manager
Alice Cadogan
Hotel Clerk
Philip Levien
Donny
Karen Mayo-Chandler
Maitland Receptionist
Gerald Berns
Beverly Hills Cop #1
William Wallace
Beverly Hills Cop #2
Israel Juarbe
Room Service Waiter
Randy Vasquez
Bell Hop
Damon Wayans
Banana Man
Chuck Adamson
Crate Opener #1
Chip Heller
Crate Opener #2
Rick Overton
Bonded Warehouse Night Supervisor
Rex Ryon
Bonded Warehouse Security Guard
Mike Pniewski
Bonded Warehouse Clerk #1
Douglas Warhit
Bonded Warehouse Clerk #2
Paul Drake
Holdup Man #1
Tom Everett
Holdup Man #2
Sally Kishbaugh
Waitress
Barry Shade
Valet
Jack Heller
Harrow Club Maitre D'
Michael Harrington
Harrow Club Arresting Officer
David Wells
Dispatcher
Scott Murphy
Det. Owenby
Dennis Madden
1st Detroit Cop
John Achorn
2nd Detroit Cop
John Pettis
3rd Detroit Cop
Nicholas Shields
Detroit Station Cop #1
Carl Weintraub
Detroit Station Cop #2
Anthony De Fonte
Detroit Station Cop #3
Darwyn Carson
Barmaid
Mark E. Corry
Pool Player
Thomas J. Hageboeck
Maitland Body Guard
Martin Brest
Beverly Palms Hotel Checkout Clerk
Earl Jolly Brown
Bar Patron
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 105 minutes (1 hrs 45 mins)
UK BBFC Age Rating:  15 age rating
UK release date UK release: 25th January 1985
UK total gross
United Kingdom Flag  £4.5 Million
US total gross
United States Flag  $234.8 Million
Global total gross
Global Flag  $316.4 Million
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Top Grossing Movie Chart Position
UK total gross
£4,469,032
1469
Beverly Hills Cop
1470

US total gross
$234,760,478
149
Beverly Hills Cop

Global total gross
$316,360,478
464
Beverly Hills Cop
UK Age Rating
UK BBFC Certificate: 15
Genres
UK Box Office Info

Highest chart position: 1

Weeks on box office: 5

UK Box Office Chart History
Date
Place
Week
Total
Beverly Hills Cop
1N
£2,414,115
£2,414,115
1▲▼
£1,246,903
£3,661,018
1▲▼
£423,483
£4,084,501
2
£291,725
£4,376,226
3
£92,806
£4,469,032
US Box Office Chart History
No US box office info
Global Box Office Release Breakdown
No global box office info
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