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Under Siege (9-Oct-1992)

Director: Andrew Davis

Writer: J. F. Lawton

Keywords: Action/Adventure, Martial Arts, Loose Nukes

Steven Seagal is Casey Ryback, former Navy SEAL who is now a cook aboard the USS Missouri on its retirement voyage. Terrorists seize the warship and begin offloading its nuclear-tipped Tomahawk missiles. Ryback, confined to the meat locker for punishment, escapes from his detention and is the only one in a position to make moves against the terrorists. Also, a topless Erika Eleniak jumps out of a cake. This "Die Hard on a boat" is Seagal's only good movie.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Gary Busey
Actor
29-Jun-1944   The Buddy Holly Story
Bernie Casey
Football
8-Jun-1939   NFL wide receiver turned actor
Damian Chapa
Actor
29-Oct-1963   Street Fighter
Raymond Cruz
Actor
9-Jul-1961   Det. Julio Sanchez on The Closer
Michael Des Barres
Actor
24-Jan-1948   Murdoc on MacGyver
Dale Dye
Actor
8-Oct-1944   Warriors, Inc.
Erika Eleniak
Actor
29-Sep-1969   Shauni on Baywatch
Tommy Lee Jones
Actor
15-Sep-1946   Men in Black
Nick Mancuso
Actor
29-May-1948   Ticket to Heaven
Colm Meaney
Actor
30-May-1953   Transporter Chief O'Brien in Star Trek: TNG
Glenn Morshower
Actor
24-Apr-1959   Aaron Pierce on 24
Patrick O'Neal
Actor
26-Sep-1927 9-Sep-1994 Chamber of Horrors
Andy Romano
Actor
15-Jun-1941   Beach Party
Steven Seagal
Actor
10-Apr-1951   Under Siege

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