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Hot Shots!

Hot Shots!

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Starring

Actor
Character
Charlie Sheen
Topper Harley / Rhett Butler / Superman
Kent Gregory
Valeria Golino
Ramada Thompson / Scarlett O'Hara / Lois Lane
Lloyd Bridges
Adm. Benson
Kevin Dunn
Lt. Cmdr. Block
Jon Cryer
Jim 'Wash Out' Pfaffenbach
William OLeary
Pete 'Dead Meat' Thompson
Kristy Swanson
Kowalski
Efrem Zimbalist Jr.
Wilson
Bill Irwin
Buzz Harley
Heidi Swedberg
Mrs. 'Dead Meat' Thompson
Bruce A. Young
'Red' Herring
Ryan Stiles
'Mailman' Farnham
Rino Thunder
Owatonna, 'The Old One'
Mark Arnott
Rosener
Ryan Cutrona
Capt. Margolis
Don Lake
Doctor
Kelly Connell
Air Controller
Tony Simotes
Ambulance Driver
Don Luce
Paramedic
Judith Kahan
Nurse
Jeff Bright
Communications Officer
Jimmy Lennon Jr.
Ring Announcer
Marie Thomas
Francine - the Secretary
Ryan Fitzgerald
Scooter
Al Clegg
Jazz
Pat Proft
Lawrence Lipps
Marc Shaiman
Piano Player
Cylk Cozart
Drill Sergeant #1
Christopher J. Keene
Drill Sergeant #2
Ed Herschlar
Rabbi
Jimmie Ray Weeks
Amish Man
Annie O'Donnell
Amish Woman
Mack Yamaguchi
Eskimo
Charles Barkley
Self
Bill Laimbeer
Self
Eugene Greytak
Pope John Paul II
Tony Lorea
Humphrey 'Bogie' Bogart
Jerry Haleva
Saddam Hussein
Bob Lenz
Elvis 'The King' Presley
Willie Collins
Liberace
Robert Puro
Precocious Paper Boy
Richard Lasting
Handsome Milkman
Elston Ridgle
Boxer #1
Max Jones
Boxer #2
Christopher Doyle
Conspiratorial Crewman
Pablo Prietto
Parking Valet
John Bankson
Parking Valet
Nancy Abrahams
Family in Front of TV Store
Joseph Abrahams
Family in Front of TV Store
Jamie Abrahams
Family in Front of TV Store
Cary Brayboy
Sleepy Weasel Squadron
Tony Moreno
Sleepy Weasel Squadron
Kevin Eads
Sleepy Weasel Squadron
Dave Oliver
Sleepy Weasel Squadron
Richard Emanuelle
Sleepy Weasel Squadron
Kip Pierce
Sleepy Weasel Squadron
Brent Freeman
Sleepy Weasel Squadron
Kenton Chip Steger
Sleepy Weasel Squadron
Craig McIntosh
Sleepy Weasel Squadron
Sean Wright
Sleepy Weasel Squadron
Joe Allegro
Sleepy Weasel Squadron
Shana Ballard
Young Girl
Jack I. Bernstein
Rabinowitz
Megan Dupont
Bar Patron
Sean Kanan
Barracks Man in Underwear
Brandon Loomis
School Boy
Steve Mora
Reporter
Steven Chester Prince
Dartman
Jim Rhine
Navy Pilot
Rebecca Ryiz
Vincent Tumeo
Dancing Cadet
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Year: 1991
 84 minutes (1 hrs 24 mins)
UK release date UK release: 29th November 1991
 BBFC Age Rating:  12 age rating
US release date US release: 31st July 1991
UK total gross
  £5.7 Million
US total gross
  $69.5 Million
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Top Grossing Movie Chart Position
UK total gross
£5,720,311
1170
Hot Shots!
1171

US total gross
$69,467,617
1096
Hot Shots!

UK Age Rating
UK BBFC Certificate: 12
Genres
Popular in these countries
  •  United States
  •  Trinidad & Tobago
  •  United Kingdom
UK Box Office Info

Highest chart position: 1

Weeks on box office: 9

UK Box Office Chart History
Date
Place
Week
Total
Hot Shots!
1N
£3,183,932
£3,183,932
2
£1,224,589
£4,408,521
3
£470,996
£4,879,517
2
£336,426
£5,215,943
5
£240,304
£5,456,247
8
£120,152
£5,576,399
10
£60,076
£5,636,475
11
£42,911
£5,679,386
16
£16,504
£5,695,890
15
£11,789
£5,707,679
16
£8,421
£5,716,100
19
£4,211
£5,720,311
US Box Office Info

Highest US chart position:

US Box Office Chart History
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