The Shooter (1995 film)

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The Shooter
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Theatrical release poster
Directed by Ted Kotcheff
Produced by Silvio Muraglia, Paul Pompian
Written by Yves André Martin, Meg Thayer, Billy Ray
Starring Dolph Lundgren, Maruschka Detmers, Assumpta Serna, John Ashton, Gavan O'Herlihy
Music by Stefano Mainetti
Cinematography Fernando Arguelles
Edited by Ralph Brunjes
Distributed by Conquistador Entertainment
Release dates
December 15, 1995 (UK)
Running time
104 minutes (international), 89 minutes (US, France)
Country United States
Language English
Budget $11 million
For the unrelated novel by Robert Wilson, see The Hidden Assassins.

The Shooter (original title), later released as Hidden Assassin,[1] is a 1995 American action drama directed by Ted Kotcheff and starring Dolph Lundgren as a United States Marshall who gets caught up in politics when he is hired to solve the assassination of a Cuban ambassador.

There are two versions released for this film: the international cut running 104 minutes, and the shorter cut running 89 minutes, released in the U.S. and France, that is believed to have been shortened by Miramax when they acquired the rights (the company has been known for re-cutting some films they distribute).

The movie was filmed mainly in the Czech Republic, in Prague.

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  1. ^ Miramax. "Hidden Assassin (AKA The Shooter)". Archived from the original on 2015-09-07.