Quiet Cool

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Quiet Cool
Quiet cool.jpg
Theatrical release poster
Directed by Clay Borris
Produced by Gerald T. Olson
Robert Shaye
Written by Clay Borris
Susan Vercellino
Music by Jay Ferguson
Cinematography Jacques Haitkin
Edited by Bob Brady
Distributed by New Line Cinema
Release date
  • November 8, 1986 (1986-11-08) (USA)
Running time
80 minutes
Country United States
Language English
Box office $1,900,000[1]

Quiet Cool is a 1986 action film directed by Clay Borris.


Joe Dylanne is a plain-clothes NYC cop with a badge and a robust personality. He always resorts to unconventional methods in order to capture the city's slickest criminals. When Dylanne receives a message from Katy, an old sweetheart of his, the news is not as pleasant as he anticipated. Rather, it is an imperative call for help. Dylanne must swing into full action. This cop must travel to a remote location in the northwest in order to investigate the disappearances of his friend's relatives. It turns out that most of Kate's relatives have been murdered in cold blood. The only survivor of the slaughter is Joshua, an angst-ridden survivalist who explains to Dylanne about a sophisticated plan implicating marijuana plant growers. Dylanne and Joshua must trespass enemy territory in the name of revenge.



The score to the film was composed by Jay Ferguson. The song "California Dreamin'" by The Mamas & the Papas is used two times in the film. The end credit theme song "Quiet Cool" was written and sung by Joe Lamont.

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