"Under Siege" (also known as "Alarmstufe - Rot", "Trappola in alto mare", "Dreadnought") is an Action/Drama/Thriller film directed by Andrew Davis, released on October 09 of 1992 in the USA . Steven Seagal is starring, alongside Tommy Lee Jones, Gary Busey, Erika Eleniak, Colm Meaney and Patrick O'Neal.
It's not a job...It's an Adventure!
Who is the director of "Under Siege":
Under Siege was directed by Andrew Davis, an American director, cinematographer, producer, writer, and actor.
Before Under Siege, Andrew Davis had directed The Package, released in 1989, Above the Law (1988), Code of Silence (1985), The Final Terror (1983), Stony Island (1978). Since, he directed The Fugitive, released in 1993, Steal Big Steal Little (1995), Chain Reaction (1996), A Perfect Murder (1998), Collateral Damage (2002), and Holes (2003).
What was the release date of "Under Siege":
Under Siege was initially released on Friday, October 09, 1992, in the United States. Also released on Friday, October 09, 1992 have been 1492: Conquest of Paradise (dir. Ridley Scott) and A River Runs Through It (dir. Robert Redford). This was twenty-six (26) years ago.
It has been released on Wednesday, February 10, 1993 in France; Thursday, February 25, 1993 in Germany; Friday, January 22, 1993 in Spain and on Thursday, November 26, 1992 in Australia.
What is the casting of "Under Siege":
At the casting of Under Siege we find Steven Seagal, previously seen in Out for Justice (1991) and Above the Law (1988); Tommy Lee Jones (JFK (1991), Fire Birds (1990)); Gary Busey (The Player (1992), South Beach (1992)) [ more... ]
- Nick Mancuso and Steven Seagal, Andy Romano also appeared together in Under Siege 2: Dark Territory, released in 1995.
- Erika Eleniak and Damian Chapa also worked together in Betrayal, released in 2003.
- Tommy Lee Jones and Andy Romano also worked together in The Fugitive, released in 1993.
- David McKnight and Andy Romano also appeared together in Pizza Man, released in 1991.
What is the Storyline of "Under Siege":
The battleship arrives at Pearl Harbor, where George H. W. Bush announces that the ship will be decommissioned in California, making the trip her final voyage. Casey Ryback (Steven Seagal), a Chief Petty Officer assigned as a cook, is preparing meals in celebration of the birthday of Captain Adams (Patrick O'Neal), against the orders of Commander Krill (Gary Busey), who is having food and entertainment brought by helicopter. Krill provokes a brawl with Ryback.
Unable to imprison Ryback in the brig [...]
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