"Posse" (also known as "Posse - la leggenda di Jessie Lee", "Posse - Die Rache des Jessie Lee") is a Western film directed by Mario Van Peebles, released in the USA on May 14 of 1993 . Mario Van Peebles is starring, alongside Stephen Baldwin, Charles Lane, Big Daddy Kane, Billy Zane and Blair Underwood.
From the director of "New Jack City"
Who directed "Posse":
Posse was directed by Mario Van Peebles, a Mexican actor, director, producer, and writer.
Before Posse, Mario Van Peebles had directed New Jack City, released in 1991. Since, he directed Panther, released in 1995, How to Get the Man's Foot Outta Your Ass (2003), Redemption Road (2010), We the Party (2012).
What was the release date of "Posse":
Posse was first released on Friday, May 14, 1993, in the United States. Also released on Friday, May 14, 1993 have been Excessive Force (dir. Jon Hess), Joey Breaker (dir. Steven Starr), and Lost in Yonkers (dir. Martha Coolidge). This was twenty-six (26) years ago.
It has been released on Wednesday, July 21, 1993 in France; Thursday, August 26, 1993 in Germany and on Thursday, August 12, 1993 in Australia.
What is the cast of "Posse":
At the casting of Posse we find Mario Van Peebles, previously seen in New Jack City (1991) and Identity Crisis (1989); Stephen Baldwin (Bitter Harvest (1993), Crossing the Bridge (1992)); Charles Lane (True Identity (1991)) [ more... ]
- Pam Grier, Isaac Hayes and Paul Bartel can all be seen in Escape from L.A., released in 1996.
- Stephen J. Cannell and Mario Van Peebles, Melvin Van Peebles also appeared together in Identity Crisis, released in 1989.
- Mario Van Peebles and Big Daddy Kane also appeared together in Gunmen, released in 1994.
- Melvin Van Peebles and Mario Van Peebles can be seen in Panther, released in 1995.
What is the Storyline of "Posse":
The story begins as the United States Army is waging the Spanish-American War in 19th Century Cuba where we join members of the 10th Cavalry Buffalo Soldiers led by Jesse Lee (Mario Van Peebles). As they are barely holding their own against constant attacks from enemy troops, Jesse Lee runs back to the command post of the corrupt and racist Colonel Graham (Billy Zane) to request that the 10th Cavalry be allowed to pull back. Colonel Graham orders Lee to shoot a deserter in exchange for allowing the 10th to [...]
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