|Directed by||Thunder Levin|
|Written by||Thunder Levin|
|Music by||Chris Ridenhour|
|Edited by||Karl Armstrong|
|Distributed by||The Asylum|
American Warships is a science fiction action film by The Asylum, that was released direct-to-video on May 15, 2012. In the tradition of The Asylum's film catalog, the film is a mockbuster of the Hasbro/Universal Pictures film Battleship.
Originally the film was titled American Battleship, but Universal later involved The Asylum in a copyright lawsuit over the film due to its resemblance to their film. As a result of the controversy, the name of the film was changed to American Warships.
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When an alien force wages war on Earth, only the crew of the USS Iowa, the last American battleship, stands in their way.
- Mario Van Peebles as Captain Winston
- Carl Weathers as General McKraken
- Elijah Chester as Secretary of Defense Alter
- Johanna Watts as Lt. Caroline Bradley
- Nikki McCauley as Dr. Julia Flynn
- Devin McGhee as Lt. Cmdr. Juarez
- Mandela Van Peebles as Lookout Dunbar
- Josh Cohen as Weapons Officer Clancy
- David Polinsky as Admiral Hollis
- Sean Smith as Ensign Bendover
- Anything Horror – The Asylum Answers Battleship with Their American Battleship... and Guess Who Has the Better Cast??
- Patten, Dominic. "'American Battleship' Lawsuit – Global Asylum Thanks Universal For It". Deadline Hollywood. Retrieved April 2012.
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