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  (in credits order)

Jeff Fahey ... Eddie Lyman

Ernie Hudson ... Senator Douglas Wilson (as Ernie Hudson Sr.)

Beth Toussaint ... Valerie Miller

Brent Huff ... David Anderson

Patrick Kilpatrick ... Carl Howard

Robert Miano ... John Gathers

Larry Manetti ... Thomas Grady

Frank McRae ... Roger Tate

Rosalind Allen ... Jennifer Benton
James Stephens ... Harold Besser (as James Stevens)

Pete Antico ... Jack Carpenter
Ernie Hudson Jr. ... Frank Jennings

George Gerdes ... Luke Besser

Becky Boxer ... Melinda Benton (as Becky Israel)
David Gene Gibbs ... Helicopter Pilot (as David Gibbs)

Michael Monks ... Steve Baker
Tom Poster ... Tom Franklin

Matthew R. Anderson ... Engineer

Directed by
Worth Keeter 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Steve Latshaw  written by

Produced by
Ashok Amritraj .... producer
Alan B. Bursteen .... executive producer
Mike Drake .... line producer
Andrew Stevens .... producer
Original Music by
David Wurst 
Eric Wurst 
Cinematography by
Doyle Smith 
Film Editing by
Brett Hedlund 
Lewis Schoenbrun 
Casting by
Joey Paul Jensen 
Production Design by
Candi Guterres 
Costume Design by
Trish Summerville 
Production Management
John H. Brister .... executive in charge of production
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Scott Remick .... second assistant director
Alison Semenza .... second unit director
Franklin A. Vallette .... first assistant director
Art Department
Frank Lawas .... set dresser
Terence N. Morgan .... property master
Michael Mosley .... assistant property master
Michael Mosley .... on-set dresser
Sound Department
Stuart C. Bailey .... sound editor
Josh Bower .... boom operator
Lorita de la Cerna .... adr mixer
Lorita de la Cerna .... foley mixer
Joel E. Smith .... sound re-recording mixer
Tony Smyles .... sound mixer
Special Effects by
Ken Estes .... special effects coordinator
Matthew R. Anderson .... stunt coordinator: second unit
Jeff Evans .... stunts
Joey Gardner .... stunts
Melvin Jones .... stunts
Anthony Kramme .... stunts
Patrick J. Statham .... stunt coordinator (as Pat Statham)
Camera and Electrical Department
Dan Conklin .... grip
Dan Kneece .... director of photography: second unit
Sean Peacock .... electrician
Casting Department
Jerry Gelb .... adr voice casting
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Nancy Au .... costume department supervisor
Stacy Horn .... set costumer
Editorial Department
Randy Carter .... additional editor
Other crew
Genie Babcock .... script supervisor
Lisa D. DiSanto .... production coordinator
Tyrone D. Dixon .... first assistant accountant
Peter Dress .... production assistant
Craig Dyer .... helicopter co-pilot
Mike Tristano .... weapons supplier

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Also Known As:
"The Last Siege" - USA (DVD title)
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Rated R for violence and some language
94 min
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Continuity: After the train is derailed, some of the shots show the position as being on a straight track and other shots show it on a curve.See more »
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Under Par : Dismal Territory (tagline: My career's off the rails!), 5 July 2009
Author: MSHughes-1 from United Kingdom

On the other hand, why not just watch Under Siege 2 again and save yourself a job? There seemed a time - long, long ago, I know - when Jeff Fahey seemed to be going somewhere. It seemed as if he might be going to the same kind of place, say, Billy Zane was going. Unfortunately, they misjudged their stop and got off at Palookaville, where they have been resident ever since, hardly troubling the rest of us with their 'adventures'. And then, after so long - this! Does anyone else see the irony of a 'vehicle' for JF being... a hijacked train? This is even worse than the Pinter-penned drivel that was the remake of 'Sleuth'. Why take something good and regurgitate it as this kind of pap? Well, actors got to eat too - even if it is crow.

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