Murder at 1600

Murder At 1600 is a film about Regis, a Washington, DC homicide detective who is investigating a murder that took place in the White House. When Regis starts to get close to the truth, things start to happen in an attempt to dissuade him from looking deeper into the case. However, it only makes him more determined to find out the truth.

  • Starring: Wesley Snipes, Alan Alda, Diane Lane and Daniel Benzali
  • Director(s): Dwight H. Little
  • Producer(s): Kopelson Productions
  • Screenwriter(s): Wayne Beach, David Hodgin
  • Distributor: Warner Brothers, Inc.
  • Animal Coordinator: Unknown
  • Release Date: Friday, April 11, 1997
  • Rating: Acceptable

Featured Animal Action

The animal action consists of a few scenes involving dogs. In one scene the president's dog is seen walking A to B through a doorway. Then later the dog is seen walking across the White house lawn with the first family, as they prepare to leave. Other animal action consists of a security guard and his dog walking around Regis car, outside the white house gates. American Humane was never notified by the production company, therefore, we were not present on set to monitor the animal action. However, after conferring with the production company we are rating Murder At 1600 "Acceptable".