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Point Break (1991)

Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $43,218,387Details
International Box Office $40,313,571Details
Worldwide Box Office $83,531,958
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  6. Cast & Crew
  7. Trailer


FBI agent Utah is assigned to Los Angeles, where four bank robbers, who wear rubber masks of former US presidents and call themselves "The Ex-Presidents," have executed a series of successful. Utah and his partner Pappas suspect that the robbers are members of a community of surfers and Utah infiltrates this surfer community.


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Movie Details

Production Budget:$24,000,000
Domestic Releases: July 12th, 1991 (Wide) by 20th Century Fox
MPAA Rating: R for violence, language and brief nudity
Running Time: 120 minutes
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Keywords: Undercover, Surfing, Remade
Source:Original Screenplay
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Contemporary Fiction
Production Companies: Johnny Utah Productions
Production Countries: United States


   Johnny Utah
Gary Busey    Pappas
Lori Petty    Tyler
John C. McGinley    FBI Agent Ben Harp
James LeGros    Roach
John Philbin    Nathanial
Bojesse Christopher    Grommet
Julian Reyes    Alvarez
Daniel Beer    Babbit
Chris Pedersen    Bunker
Vincent Klyn    Warchild
Anthony Kiedis    Tone
Dave Olson    Archbold
Lee Tergesen    Rosie
Sydney Walsh    Miss Deer
Christopher Pettiet    "15"
Dino Andino    Psycho-stick
Michael Kopelow    Passion for Slashin'
Matt Archbold    Surf Rat/Stunt Double, Patrick Swayze
Julie Michaels    Freight Train
Kimberly Martin    Fiberglass
Mike Genovese    Corey
Jack Kehler    Halsey
Galyn Gorg    Margarita
Raymond Forchion    Neighbor
Betsy Lynn George    Girl at Party
Shannon Brook    Fast Food Girl
Gloria Mann    Fierce Woman
Ping Wu    Dispatcher
Jared Chandler    Pilot
John Apicella    Security Guard
Richard Grove    Cullen
Anthony Mangano    Off-duty Cop
Deborah Lemen    Miss Jennings
Mick Regan    Mr. Duggan
Randy Walker    Combat Alley Supervisor
Marsha L. Carter    FBI Receptionist
Sedrick J. Azurdia    Fruit Vendor
Peter Phelps    Australian Surfer
Gary Roberts    Australian Cop
Owen Rutledge    Australian Cop
Tom Sizemore    D.E.A. Agent Deets

Production and Technical Credits

Producer    Peter Abrams
Producer    Robert L. Levy
Story Creator    Rick King
Story Creator    W. Peter Iliff
Executive Producer    James Cameron
Director of Photography    Donald Peterman
Production Designer    Peter Jamison
Editor    Howard Smith
Composer    Mark Isham
Music Supervisor    Gary Goetzman
Music Supervisor    Sharon Boyle
Co-Producer    Rick King
Co-Producer    Michael Rauch
Assistant Director    Herbert W. Gains
Second Unit Director    Glenn Wilder
Production Manager    Gary Daigler
Production Manager    Burt Bluestein
Art Director    Pamela Marcotte
Set Decorator    Linda Spheeris
Second Unit Photography    Steve Yaconelli
Costume Supervisor    Colby P. Bart
Costume Supervisor    Louis Infante
Additional Editor    Scott Conrad
Additional Editor    Bert Lovitt
Production Sound Mixer    David R.B. MacMillan
Re-recording Mixer    Donald O. Mitchell
Re-recording Mixer    Robert Beemer
Re-recording Mixer    Greg P. Russell
Sound Editor    David A. Whittaker
Sound Editor    Donald Flick
Sound Editor    David Bartlett
Sound Editor    Joel Valentine
Sound Effects Editor    Stephen Hunter Flick
Sound Effects Editor    John Dunn
Music Editor    Jim Weidman
Makeup    Wes Dawn
Makeup    Greg LaCava
Hairstylisy    Paul Abascal
Additional Hairstylist    Dino Ganziano
Music Supervisor    Kathy Nelson
Song "I Will Not Fall" words and music    Kevin Hunter
Song "I Will Not Fall" words and music    Brian McLeod
Song "I Will Not Fall" words and music    Anders Rundblad
Song "I Will Not Fall" words and music    Jeff Trott
Screenwriter    W. Peter Iliff
Casting Director    Richard Pagano
Casting Director    Sharon Bialy
Stunt Coordinator    Glenn Wilder

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Domestic Cumulative Box Office Records

Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossWeek
1991/07/12 4 $8,514,616   1,615 $5,272   $8,514,616 1
1991/07/19 7 $5,743,397 -33% 1,625 $3,534   $18,559,671 2
1991/07/26 8 $4,063,649 -29% 1,575 $2,580   $25,800,218 3

Daily Box Office Performance

Weekly Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossWeek
1991/07/12 4 $12,816,274   1,615 $7,936   $12,816,274 1
1991/07/19 7 $8,920,295 -30% 1,625 $5,489   $21,736,569 2