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March 21, 2017

Episode 315: Beverly Hills Cop (1984)

Special Guest: Daniel Petrie Jr., Steven Berkoff, Ronny Cox, John Ashton, Harold Faltermeyer, Steven E. de Sousa
Guest Co-Host: Elric Kane, Chris Cummins

In Martin Brest's Beverly Hills Cop (1984), Eddie Murphy stars as Detroit police officer Axel Foley. He pursues the killers of his childhood friend to Beverly Hills where the local constabulary find his methods questionable.

We talk to screenwriter , actors John Ashton, Ronny Cox, and Steven Berkoff along with composer Harold Faltermeyer. As an added bonus, we talk to the original writer of Beverly Hills Cop III, Steven E. de Sousa.

Mike's joined by Chris Cummins and Elric Kane to discuss the Beverly Hills Cop series as well as the Sylvester Stallone offshoot, Cobra.

Listen / Download Now:

Buy the Beverly Hills Cop collection on Blu-Ray
Visit the official Harold Faltermeyer website
Visit the official Ronny Cox website
Visit the official John Ashton website
Visit the official Steven Berkoff website
Visit the Pure Cinema podcast
Follow Steven E. de Sousa on Twitter
Follow Elric Kane on Twitter
Follow Chris Cummins on Twitter

"Axel F" - Harold Faltermeyer
"Axel F" - Clock
"Axel F - Miami Vice" - The Ventures
"Foley Finds Mikey" - Harold Faltermeyer
"The Heat is On (Original Demo)" - LateNight@Oasis
"Zach Shoots" - Harold Faltermeyer
"Axel F" - Crazy Frog
"The New Team" - Harold Faltermeyer
"Party All the Time" - Eddie Murphy



  1. Just to add to the mix - Mickey Rourke was approached for Beverly Hills Cop

  2. Ronny Cox sounds like such a great guy.

    1. He totally is. The world is a better place with him in it.