American Tigers Trailer

American Tigers Trailer (1996)

01 January 1996 95 mins

Terrorists from all countries are to be reunited in order to join forces against their governments. The USA army notice it. A group of assassins, waiting in jail to be executed by firing squad get the chance to be exonerated if they participate in the secret mission of killing the terrorists. But they have to train under the strict military style of Sergeant Ransom.

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Cast

Sam J. Jones

as Sargeant Major Ransom

Donald Gibb

as Dan Storm

Joe Estevez

as General Clay

Crew

David Worth

Director

International Titles

Army of Convicts Trailer

International Releases Dates

United States 01 January 1996

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