American Cyborg: Steel Warrior

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American Cyborg: Steel Warrior
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UK VHS cover
Directed by Boaz Davidson
Produced by Amnon Globus, Yoram Globus, Menahem Golan, Marcos Szwarcfiter
Written by Bill Crounse(screenplay), Boaz Davidson(story), Brent V. Friedman(screenplay), Christopher Pearce(story), Don Pequignot(screenplay)
Starring Joe Lara
Nicole Hansen
John Saint Ryan
Uri Gavriel
Music by Blake Leyh
Cinematography Avraham Karpick
Edited by Alain Jakubowicz
Distributed by Global Pictures
Release date
  • January 7, 1994 (1994-01-07)
Running time
94 mins
Country United States
Language English
Budget US$
Box office $447,784 (USA)

American Cyborg: Steel Warrior is a 1994 science fiction/action film directed by Boaz Davidson and released by Global Pictures. John Ryan plays the Android assassin in the future, to kill Mary, a woman who was able to give life to a fetus played by Nicole Hansen. Joe Lara plays Austin, a mercenary who is actually a cyborg, but vows to protect Mary.

This was the last film to be theatrically released by Cannon.


After World War III people are sterile and ruled by the artificial intelligences they created in this violent world. The only woman who was able to give life to a fetus has to take the embryo through the dangerous city to a ship on its way to Europe to save it. She is followed by an Android assassin through all the dangers, and only one guy tries to help her survive and protect her from the killing machine.