Robocop 2
He's Back To Protect The Innocents.
( Action / Comedy / Crime / Sci-Fi )

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US Runtime: 110 min

Premiere Date:
Jun 22, 1990   [USA]
Director: Irvin Kershner
Writers: Edward Neumeier   [characters]
Michael Miner   [characters]
Frank Miller   [story]
Frank Miller   [screenplay]
Walon Green   [screenplay]
Producers: Patrick Crowley   [Executive Producer]
Jon Davison   [Producer]
Music by Leonard Rosenman
Cinematography: Mark Irwin
Edited by: Lee Smith
Deborah Zeitman
Production Companys: Orion Pictures Corporation
Tobor Productions


Peter Weller
RoboCop/Officer Alex J. Murphy
Nancy Allen
Officer Anne Lewis
Tom Noonan
Robert DoQui
Sergeant Warren Reed
Felton Perry
Donald Johnson
Thomas Rosales Jr.
John Glover
Magnavolt Salesman
John Hateley
Purse Snatcher
Gage Tarrant
John Ingle
Surgeon General
Roger Aaron Brown
Brandon Smith
Mark Rolston
Wallace Merck
Gun Shop Owner
Lila Finn
Homeless Woman
Gabriel Damon
Galyn Görg
Angie, Cain's Woman
Linda Thompson
Mother with Baby
Lily Chen
Desperate Woman
Clinton Austin Shirley
Jimmy Murphy
Angie Bolling
Ellen Murphy
Jeff McCarthy
Ken Lerner
Tom Delaney
Martin Casella
Willard E. Pugh
Mayor Marvin Kuzak
Phil Rubenstein
Belinda Bauer
Dr. Juliette Faxx
Charles Bailey
Angry Citizen
Jo Perkins
Angry Citizen
Erik Cord
Angry Citizen
Stephen Lee
Officer Duffy
Eric Glenn
Injured Cop
George Cheung
Wanda De Jesus
Tzi Ma
Tak Akita
Gary Bullock
Hack Doctor
Ed Geldart
Electronics Store Owner
David Dwyer
Little League Coach
Adam Faraizl
Little League Kid
Justin Seidner
Bill Bolender
Wayne Dehart
Fabiana Udenio
Sunblock 5000 Woman
Cynthia Mackey
James McQueen
Dr. Weltman
Michael Weller
OCP Security #1
Rutherford Cravens
Reporter #1
Woody Watson
OCP Security #2
Chris Quinten
Reporter #2
Leeza Gibbons
Jess Perkins
Mario Machado
Casey Wong
Patricia Charbonneau
Robocop Technician (uncredited)
Frank Miller
Frank, the chemist (uncredited)


Kevin Bjorke
cg effects
Craig Busch
location manager
Murray K. Campbell
gaffer: second unit
Ron Kern
transportation coordinator
Peter Kuran
special photographic effects
Kevin Kutchaver
Philip Maldonado
set costumer
Randy E. Moore
weapons master
Vincent Prentice
effects crew: Rob Bottin
Monty Rowan
camera operator
John Sheeren
first assistant camera: second unit
John Sheeren
additional camera operator
Bubba Sheffield
key rigging grip
Cheryl A. Stone
production accountant
Phil Tippett
stop motion animation

Special Effects:

Matte World Digital
Tippett Studio
stop-motion visual effects

Filming Locations: (Now With Clickable Links To Location On Google Maps)


Tech Info:

Color Info:
Cinematographic Process:
Du Art Film Laboratories Inc., New York, USA
Aspect Ratio:
1.85 : 1
Film Negative Format:
35 mm
Printed Film Format:
35 mm


  • _:Cain: People want paradise, and they will have it.
  • [Robocop shoots at man with cigarette]
    RoboCop: Thank you for not smoking.
  • RoboCop: Dead or alive, you are coming with me.
    Kane: One of us must die.
    RoboCop: Dead, then.


  • Frank Miller makes a cameo as "Frank", the chemist who makes the drug "Nuke" for Cain.
  • When Robocop is in the Arcade, the majority of the video games are created by Data East. Data East was the creator behind the Robocop video games.
  • In the scene where Robocop was being reprogrammed by Dr. Juliette Faxx, the following hex numbers scroll quickly up the screen: "50 45 54 45 20 4B 55 52 41 4E 20 49 53 20 41 20 47 52 45 41 54 20 47 55 59". Converted to ASCII text, it reads: "PETE KURAN IS A GREAT GUY". Peter Kuran was the special effects photographer.
  • Robocop 2/Cain's metal body has the symbol for nuclear radiation attached to the chest. For most of the film, Cain produces & deals the designer drug Nuke.
  • Irvin Kershner makes a cameo when Juliette Faxx is going through death row inmates' files on the computer, the first picture you see is that of director Irvin Kershner

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