Producer/director/star Clint Eastwood takes his sweet time getting Firefox started. Eastwood plays Mitchell Gant, a past-his-prime U.S. pilot, smuggled into the Soviet Union to steal a new Russian supersonic fighting plane. Fortunately the KGB men are as burnt out as Gant, enabling him to abscond with the plane with the greatest of ease. The rest of the film is a protracted chase, pitting Gant against scores of impersonal MIG pilots. Based on a novel by Craig Thomas.

Product Details

Release Date: 04/01/1992
UPC: 0085391121930
Original Release: 1982

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Clint Eastwood Mitchell Gant
Fred Jones Kenneth Aubrey
David Huffman Buckholz
Warren Clarke Pavel Upenskoy
Ronald Lacey Semelovsky
Kenneth Colley Col. Kontarsky
Klaus Löwitsch General Vladimirov
Nigel Hawthorne Pyotr Baranovich
Stefan Schnabel First Secretary
Thomas Hill General Brown
Clive Merrison Maj. Lanyev
Dimitra Arliss Natalia
Marion Dougherty Actor
Barrie Houghton Actor
David Meyer Actor
Gene Scherer Actor
Mary Selway Actor
Kai Wulff Lieutenant Colonel Voskov
Austin Willis Walters
Michael Currie Capt. Seerbacker
James Staley Lt. Cmdr. Fleischer
Ward Costello Gen. Rogers
Alan Tilvern Air Marshal Kutuzov
Oliver Cotton Dimitri Priabin
Bernard Behrens William Saltonstall
Richard Derr Adm. Curtin
Woody Eney Maj. Dietz
Bernard Erhard KGB Guard
Hugh Fraser Police Inspector Tortyev
David Gant KGB Official
John Grillo Customs Officer
Czeslaw Grocholski Old Man
Neil Hunt Richard Cunningham
Vincent J. Isaac Sub Radio Operator
Alexei Jawdokimov Code Operator
Wolf Kahler KGB Chairman Andropov
Eugene Lipinski Kgb Agent
Curt Lowens Dr. Schuller
Lev Mailer Guard at Shower
Fritz Manes Captain
George Orrison Leon Sprague
Tony Papenfuss GRU Officer
Oliver Pierre Barkh
George Pravda General Barov
John Ratzenberger Chief Peck
Alex Rodine Captain of the Riga
Warwick Sims Shelley
Malcolm Storry KGB Agent
John Yates Admiral Pearson
Alexander Zale Riga Fire Control Chief
Maurice Jarre Conductor

Technical Credits
Clint Eastwood Director,Producer
Ernie Bishop Set Decoration/Design
Elayne Barbara Ceder Art Director
Roger Dorney Special Effects
John Dykstra Special Effects
Don French Asst. Director
Charles Gaspar Special Effects
John Graysmark Production Designer
Paul Hitchcock Associate Producer
Maurice Jarre Score Composer
Don Johnson Sound/Sound Designer
Alex Lasker Screenwriter
Fritz Manes Executive Producer
Al Miller Special Effects
Beala Neel Production Designer
Steve Perry Asst. Director
Robert Shepherd Special Effects
Ronald Spang Editor
Bruce Surtees Cinematographer
Ferris Webster Editor
Wendell Wellman Screenwriter

Customer Reviews

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

See All Customer Reviews

Firefox 4.4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Guest More than 1 year ago
I would reccomend this movie to anyone who enjoys a movie with confusing loyalties A good fast pace very inntelectual dialoge, and a apreciation for the way we can move about in a free world.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I highly recommend this movie to anyone who is interested in a story of twisted loyalties.A mark for just how far people are willing to go to get what they want.Shows how small one is when compared to the larger picture.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Did anybody purchased The Firefox DVD noticed its running time?Is this a full-length 137 mins version or 124 mins short version?The region 3 DVD I got is the 124 mins cut .
Heavy_Metal_Sushi More than 1 year ago
Clint Eastwood is a personal fav actor/director of mine. I've seen a good majority of his movies. When watching this one recently, it seemed to me like it was one I'd seen at least part of once upon a time, because parts of it seemed somewhat familiar to me, but I couldn't quite place whether I'd seen the whole thing or not. If I had, it was probably when I was a kid. Regardless, for it's time, I thought this was a very cool movie. Eastwood both acts and directs in this one...and does a dang fine job of it too, I might add. This is a pretty awesome action movie for starters, but it also plays out a lot like a secret agent movie, in the sense that he has to sneak into Russian under different aliases, meet up with certain contacts, and eventually penetrate a Russian base to steal a secret aircraft. Some of it was pretty intense. There were several supporting actors, too, that I have not seen in a whole lot before that I recall, but I knew them very well from roles in movies like Star Wars, Indiana Jones: Raiders of the Lost Ark, and Who Framed Roger Rabbit. The whole cast did pretty well in this, and it was very enjoyable. If you are into action & suspense, then definitely check this one out if you have never seen it!