Filmed in Panavision and Continental Film color; prints by Technicolor.
Additional technical credits: computer graphics by Rich Whitfield; radio controlled model planes by Larry Jolly.
Filmed aboard the battleship "Alabama."
Screenwriter J.F. Lawton wrote the script for "Pretty Woman." Director Andrew Davis directed the Steven Seagal vehicle "Above the Law," and went on to direct the 1993 hit "The Fugitive" with Tommy Lee Jones again and starring Harrison Ford.
There is news file footage used which shows former President George Bush aboard the battleship Missouri.
Additional music credits: "Whiskey Fever" by Clifford Smith, James Hughes, Johnny Barnes, Robert Bird, Randy Smith, Mark Aceves; "Rap Mama Goose" "Love You to Death" by Gene Barge, Hiram Bullock, Tony Brown, Chris Cameron, Richard Davis, Tad Robinson, Wayne Stewart (in addition to Tommy Lee Jones); "The Power" by Benito Benitez, John Garrett III; Toni C.; "Sea of Blues" Gened Barge, Hiram Bullock, Tony Brown, Chris Cameron, Richard Davis, Tad Robinson, Wayne Stewart; "Ooh Baby" by Paul Colt, Ricky Hart, Pete Sykes, Steve Ross, performed by Screams and Dreams.
"Under Siege" was Steven Seagal's biggest hit to date, bringing in over $80 million at the box office.
Rated BBFC 15 by the British Board of Film Classification.