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Enemy Mine Vhs

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Item details

Condition
Very Good
Rating
PG-13
Genre
Sci-Fi, Fantasy
UPC
0086162149238
Release Date
1985
Director
Wolfgang Petersen
Leading Role
Louis Gossett Jr., Dennis Quaid
Signal Standard
NTSC
Sub-Genre
Action & Adventure Adventure
Former Rental
No
Country/Region of Manufacture
United States
Movie/TV Title
Enemy Mine
Actor
Dennis Quaid
Modification Description
no
California Prop 65 Warning
na
Studio
20th Century Fox
Language
English
ASIN
B00000F0UJ
binding
VHS Tape
Format
VHS Tape
Theatrical Release Date
1985-12-20
ean
9781561763412
isbn
1561763411
Edition
no
Special Features
na

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Enemy Mine Vhs

 

Enemy Mine is a 1985 West German-American science fiction action film directed by Wolfgang Petersen and written by Edward Khmara, based on Barry B. Longyear's novella of the same name. The film stars Dennis Quaid and Louis Gossett, Jr. as a human and alien soldier, respectively, who become stranded together on an inhospitable planet and must overcome their mutual distrust in order to cooperate and survive.

The film began production in Budapest in April 1984 under the direction of Richard Loncraine, who quickly ran into "creative differences" with producer Stephen Friedman and executives at 20th Century Fox; the project was shut down after a week of shooting. Petersen then took over as director and reshot Loncraine's scenes after moving the production to Munich.

Originally budgeted at $17 million, the film ultimately cost more than $40 million after marketing costs were factored in, and was a box office failure during the 1985 holiday season, earning only a little over $12 million. However, the film had a big success in the former Soviet Union, where it became the first Western sci-fi film shown in the theaters. It gained a cult following afterwards.



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