Vice Squad (1982 film)

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Vice Squad
Vice Squad (film).jpg
Directed by Gary Sherman
Produced by Frank Capra, Jr. (executive producer)
Brian E. Frankish (producer) (as Brian Frankish)
Frank Hildebrand (associate producer)
Sandy Howard (executive producer)
Robert Rehme (executive producer)
Written by Sandy Howard
Robert Vincent O'Neill
Kenneth Peters
Gary Sherman
Starring Season Hubley
Gary Swanson
Wings Hauser
Music by Joe Renzetti
Keith Rubinstein
Cinematography John Alcott
Edited by Roy Watts
Distributed by Embassy Pictures
Release dates
  • January 22, 1982 (1982-01-22)
Running time
97 minutes
Country United States
Language English
Box office $5,568,880 (USA)

Vice Squad is a 1982 action/crime drama film, starring Wings Hauser, Season Hubley, and Gary Swanson, directed by Gary Sherman. The original music score was composed by Joe Renzetti and Keith Rubenstein. Wings Hauser sang the vocal track on the film's opening and closing theme song "Neon Slime".[1]

Plot summary[edit]

When Los Angeles' police force down-on-her-luck businesswoman-turned-prostitute "Princess" (Season Hubley) to help capture a murderous pimp named Ramrod (Wings Hauser), it's Princess's life that is put on the line. Soon, the escaped killer is after her, and vice squad detective Tom Walsh (Gary Swanson) and his team are hard pressed to keep the woman safe.



  • Producer Sandy Howard was executive producer on this film and produced a later film Hollywood Vice Squad, a more comedic takeoff on some of the same ground as Vice Squad. The two films are sometimes referred to by the 'other' films name.


  1. ^ The AFI Catalog of Feature Films:Vice Squad Retrieved October 14, 2015

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