Steele Justice is a 1987 American action film written and directed by Robert Boris.
The film is about a former Vietnam veteran & ex-police officer (Martin Kove) who works to bring down a former South Vietnamese general (Soon-Tek Oh) who now works as a powerful, wealthy drug lord.
- Martin Kove as John Steele
- Sela Ward as Tracy
- Ronny Cox as Bennett
- Bernie Casey as Reese
- Joseph Campanella as Harry
- Shannon Tweed as Angela
- Kevin Gage as Army Sergeant
- Sarah Douglas as Kay
- Soon-Tek Oh as General Bon Soong Kwan
- Irene Tsu as Xua Chan
The filming dates for "Steele Justice" began on September 22, 1986.
Domestically, the film grossed $1,327,740.
The New York Times' Janet Maslin said, "Steele Justice isn't designed as a comedy, but it does earn high marks for inadvertent humor... Mr. Kove wears a Band-Aid across the bridge of his nose during much of the film, and it is by far the most expressive thing on his face..."