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American Cyborg: Steel Warrior -- In this future, mankind survives a nuclear holocaust only to be ruled by machines. While most of the population is sterile, one lone woman is able to give birth to a child. It's her mission to get the child to safety, but she is followed by an immortal killer robot. Fortunately, she is also accompanied by the one man who can help her, and the child, survive.

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Writers:
Bill Crounse (screenplay)
Boaz Davidson (story)
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Release Date:
7 January 1994 (USA) See more »
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Steel Warriors coming out to play See more (28 total) »

Cast

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Joe Lara ... Austin

Nicole Hansen ... Mary

John Saint Ryan ... Cyborg (as John Ryan)

Joseph Shiloach ... Akmir

Uri Gavriel ... Leech
Helen Lesnick ... Carp (as Hellen Lesnick)
Andrea Litt ... Arlene
Jack Widerker ... Dr. Buckley
Kevin Patterson ... Runner
P.C. Frieberg ... Old Man
Nicole Berger ... Hooker
Alon Nashman ... Scientist (as Allen Nashman)
Jack Adalist ... Thug
David Milton-Jones ... Paramedic
Eric Storch ... Scavenger
Joe Kaplan ... Guard

Directed by
Boaz Davidson 
 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Bill Crounse  screenplay
Boaz Davidson  story
Brent V. Friedman  screenplay
Christopher Pearce  story
Don Pequignot  screenplay

Produced by
Amnon Globus .... executive producer
Yoram Globus .... executive producer
Menahem Golan .... executive producer
Allan Greenblatt .... producer
Mati Raz .... producer
Marcos Szwarcfiter .... executive producer
 
Original Music by
Blake Leyh 
 
Cinematography by
Avraham Karpick  (as Avi Karpick)
 
Film Editing by
Alain Jakubowicz 
 
Casting by
Shaul Dishy 
Alecia C. Dixon 
Nancy Lara-Hansch 
 
Production Design by
Kuli Sander 
 
Art Direction by
Giora Porter 
 
Costume Design by
Yuval Caspin 
 
Makeup Department
Dave Bonneywell .... makeup crew (as David Bonnywell)
Julian Cummings .... makeup crew
Paul Dunn .... makeup crew
Zvia Grego .... hair stylist
Vered Hochman .... makeup artist
Paul Jones .... makeup crew
Bob Keen .... makeup effects consultant
Dave Keen .... makeup effects supervisor
Fiona Leech .... makeup crew
Tami Levi .... hair stylist
Paul McLaughlin .... makeup crew
Martin L. Mercer .... special makeup designer (as Martin Mercer)
Jason Reed .... makeup crew
Mitzi Spallas .... hair consultant (as Mitzi M. Spallas)
Mitzi Spallas .... makeup consultant (as Mitzi M. Spallas)
Gary J. Tunnicliffe .... makeup effects supervisor
Gary J. Tunnicliffe .... special makeup designer
Rachela Zlait .... assistant makeup artist
 
Production Management
Asher Gat .... production manager
Sebastian Serrell-Watts .... post-production supervisor
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Shaul Dishy .... first assistant director
Hilik Gurfinkel .... second assistant director
Tzvia Silverberg .... third assistant director
 
Art Department
Dana Albahari .... stand-by painter
Ze'ev Aloni .... swing dresser (as Zeev Aloni)
Avi Cohen .... property assistant
Shimon Cohen .... property master
Eli Fishboim .... stand-by carpenter
Daniel Kantor .... graphic designer
Amos Lavi .... swing dresser
Doron Shalem .... set dresser
Rami Shay .... set dresser
Yossi Zilber .... property assistant
Eli Zioni .... property buyer (as Eli Zion)
 
Sound Department
David Appleby .... re-recording mixer (as Dave Appleby)
Steve Baine .... foley artist (as Steve Bain)
David Bennet .... assistant sound editor
Michael Dandy .... dialogue editor
Yann Delpuech .... sound effects editor
James A. Gore .... foley artist
Jack Heeren .... foley recordist
Jack Heeren .... sound recordist (as Jack Heeran)
Thor Henrikson .... adr editor
Gregory King .... supervising sound editor
Darcy Kite .... adr recordist (as Darcey Kite)
Corby Luke .... foley recordist
Andy Malcolm .... foley artist
Rob Nokes .... assistant sound editor
Tim O'Connell .... sound engineer
Dino Pigat .... re-recording mixer
Eli Yarkoni .... sound mixer
Yossi Yarkoni .... boom operator
 
Special Effects by
Pini Klavir .... special effects
Izhar Lifshitz .... special effects technician (as Yitzhar Lifshitz)
Pesach Zilberstein .... special effects foreman (as Pesah Zilberstein)
 
Visual Effects by
Nigel Brackley .... mechanical supervisor
 
Stunts
Koby Azarly .... stunts (as Kobi Azerli)
Clay Boss .... stunt coordinator
Yacov Chomlinsky .... stunts
William De Vital .... stunts (as William Devital)
Denis Deliv .... stunts
Melnik Dobrevsky .... stunts
Amit Ga'ash .... stunts
Misha Gal .... stunts
Sergei Klimkin .... stunts
Valeri Malkendaze .... stunts
Darco Medlitch .... stunts
Dima Osmolovsky .... stunts (as Dimitry Osmolovsky)
Alexander Pregman .... stunts (as Sacha Pregman)
Dan Sadovsky .... stunts
Valentine Shitorkin .... stunts
Irena Shulman .... stunts (as Irene Shulman)
Vitali Vasilikov .... stunts (as Vitali Vasilkov)
Shimon Volpert .... stunts (as Shimon Volfert)
Alex Yagolinsky .... stunts
Sveta Yagolintsky .... stunts
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Moshe Alon .... electrician
Yacov Basson .... grip
Shimon Belfer .... electrician
Alex Benraf .... camera operator
Mordi Boaz .... rigging grip
Nickol De-Castro .... still photographer
Shay Goldberg .... grip
Yoav Gurfinkel .... clapper loader
Yoni Hamenachem .... still photographer
Ofer Inov .... camera operator (as Ofer Yinov)
Avraham Leibman .... gaffer
Samuel Levi .... key grip (as Shmulik Levy)
Eli Levy .... grip
Eli Levy .... key grip: second unit
Benny Mali .... focus puller (as Beni Malee)
Ofer Margolin .... electrician
Nissan Mofkadi .... focus puller
Yehuda Sar-Israel .... focus puller
Avi Satat .... best boy electric
Yaron Scharf .... clapper loader
 
Casting Department
Dave Horwitz .... casting assistant (as Dava Horwitz)
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Hila Bargiel .... seamstress
Zmira Hershkovitz .... wardrobe mistress (as Zmira Herskovich)
Ada Levin .... wardrobe supervisor
Shirly Sureli .... wardrobe assistant
 
Editorial Department
Hagit Anin .... assistant editor
Robert Borics .... color timer
Dayna Danika .... assistant editor
Daniella Livni .... assistant editor
Orit Revah-Montifyory .... assistant editor
Rivka Yogev .... assistant editor
 
Location Management
Doron Mizrachi .... location manager
 
Music Department
Steve Bissinger .... additional music arranger
Steve Bissinger .... music editor
Steve Bissinger .... musician
James B. Campbell .... music editor (as Jim Campbell)
 
Transportation Department
Eli Ben Zer .... driver (as Eli Ben-Zer)
Itsik Ben-Hamo .... driver (as Itzhik Ben-Hemo)
Muki Ben-Hamo .... transportation coordinator (as Muki Ben-Hemo)
Avidan Hatuka .... driver
Yochanan Kredo .... driver
 
Other crew
Itzchak Bareli .... armorer (as Itzhak Bareli)
Nicole Berger .... assistant: Boaz Davidson
Iris Cohn .... production secretary
Ruthy Dassa Lustig .... production coordinator (as Ruthy Lustig-Dassa)
Maty Einav .... production accountant (as Mati Einav)
Isaac Florentine .... martial arts choreographer
Yoram Haftel .... camp assistant
Jonathan Levinson .... camp assistant
Osnat Margowsky .... script supervisor
Chen Sadan .... publicist
Moshe Shabbat .... camp manager (as Moshe Shabat)
Nissim Shriki .... camp assistant
Gil Zamek .... production assistant
Amy Zigelman-Avital .... production secretary
 

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Runtime:
94 min
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Certification:
Germany:16 | Iceland:16 | South Korea:15 | UK:18 | USA:R (Certificate #32164)
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Trivia:
The final movie of the infamous movie production duo Menahem Golan and Yoram Globus.See more »
Goofs:
Revealing mistakes: Right after Mary shoots the cyborg in the eye, under the docks, she drops the gun... and it floats. Guns do not float.See more »
Quotes:
Mary:You want me to take off my pants?See more »
Movie Connections:
Referenced in "State of Play: Episode #1.4" (2003)See more »

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4 out of 6 people found the following review useful.
Steel Warriors coming out to play, 17 February 2007
Author: Frank Markland from United States

Joe Lara stars as a tough martial artist who helps escort the last pregnant woman to Europe, while a cyborg (John Ryan, not John P. Ryan) is close behind in their footsteps. American Cyborg:Steel Warrior (a rather awkward title) actually got a theatrical release (And no I didn't see this in theaters) and well with all things considered it represents the last dying breath from Cannon films. (Who distributed this) Back in the 1980s, Cannon were the ones responsible for such movies as the American Ninja series, Revenge Of The Ninja, Delta Force, Invasion USA, Masters Of The Universe, Bloodsport, Kickboxer, Death Wish 2-4 and Cyborg. I listed this filmography mainly so I can point out that the type of movies that Cannon used to pedal to market. In this regard American Cyborg:Steel Warrior isn't the best or the worst production from Cannon, it is just a low budget rip off of Escape From New York with elements of Cyborg and Hell Comes To Frogtown thrown in for good measure, it really isn't so bad as it is derivative. I mean it's a B.movie, but i'm not sure this deserves a 2.2 rating on IMDb. The movie itself has a couple decent action sequences but mainly it's a rip off and I think fans of B.movies will be the ones who find this enjoyable. The movie is also respectably made with some okay production values and the story (if simplistic) makes sense. Although Lorenzo Lamas rip off, Joe Lara is a liability that the film's competence can't overcome.

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