Supreme Sanction Trailer

Supreme Sanction Trailer (1999)

"Trained To Kill. Marked For Death." 09 April 1999 Adventure, Action, Crime

An elite assassin for a covert Government agency is marked for death after aborting an assignment to take out a journalist who could expose the corruption of the very institution that trained her as their weapon of choice.

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Cast

David Dukes

as Jordan McNamara

Ron Perlman

as The Director

Tommy Lister

as Lester (as Tommy 'Tiny' Lister Jr.)

Al Sapienza

as Holman

Crew

International Releases Dates

United States 09 April 1999

Production Companies

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