Tango & Cash

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Warner Bros. / The Guber-Peters Company Released 1989

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Director:
Andrei Konchalovsky
Released:
1989
Rating:
R

Tango & Cash features Los Angeles narcotics detectives Lt. Raymond Tango and Lt. Gabriel Cash. Though the two have been successful in stemming the flow of illegal drugs into the city, they've made their share of enemies in the process, including ruthless drug lord Yves Perret. Perret hatches a plan to rid himself of the pesky duo that keep cutting into his profits. He frames the detectives for a murder they didn't commit. Facing a mountain of evidence, they take a deal that sends them to a minimum security prison for 18 months. Perret isn't done with the detectives, though, and has arranged to make their prison stint as tortuous as possible. Tango and Cash must find a way out of prison and back to the streets if they hope to clear their names and save their lives.

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      • Production Budget - $55,000,000
        Domestic Gross - $63,408,614 (20th)

        Domestic adjusted for 2013 - $130,331,055

      • Filming locations:
        Irwindale, California
        Los Angeles, California
        Mansfield Reformatory, Mansfield, Ohio
        Mansfield, Ohio
        Park Plaza Hotel, Los Angeles, California

      • Tagline:
        Two of L.A.'s top rival cops are going to have to work together... Even if it kills them.

      • Music:
        Best Of What I Got
        Performed by Bad English
        Written by John Waite, Jonathan Cain and Neal Schon
        Let The Day Begin
        Performed by The Call
        Written by Michael Been
        Don't Go
        Performed by Yazoo
        Written by Vince Clarke
        Poison
        Performed by Alice Cooper
        Written by Alice Cooper, Desmond Child and John McCurry
        It's No Crime
        Performed by Kenneth 'Babyface' Edmonds
        Written by Antonio Reid and Daryl Simmons
        Harlem Nocturne
        Performed by Darktown Strutters
        Written by Earle Hagen

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    Themes

    Crime