Last Man Standing (1996)
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In a town with no justice, there is only one law... Every man for himself.
|In a town with no justice, there is only one law, every man for himself. When pervasive bottlegging chokes the life out of a small texas town, john smith decides to cash in on the action. He cleverly hires himself out to each gang and betrays both sides to destroy the bottleggers and rescue the town.|
"One of the most exciting movies of the year! Jami Bernard, New York Daily News
Editor's NoteIn a dusty, Prohibition-era Texas border town, a lone-wolf hit-man richochets between rival mobs, pinning his allegiance to whomever offers more money for his services. But when he sticks his neck out to help a woman, he ends up risking more than money--he risks developing a conscience. Hill patterned his film after Kurosawa's legendary 1961 YOJIMBO.
Cast & Crew
|David Patrick Kelly|
|Dan Moore - Costume Designer|
|Walter Hill - Director|
|Lloyd Ahern II - Director of Photography|
|Freeman A. Davies - Editor|
|Chris Worland - Editor|
|Ron Cabreros - Editor|
|Michael De Luca - Executive Producer|
|Sara Risher - Executive Producer|
|Ry Cooder - Musical Score|
|Arthur M. Sarkissian - Producer|
|Marta Merrifield - Producer|
|Paula Heller - Producer|
|Ralph S. Singleton - Producer|
|Jeff Wincott - Producer|
|Gary Wissner - Production Designer|
|Akira Kurosawa - Screenplay|
|Walter Hill - Screenplay|
|Ryuzo Kikushima - Screenplay|
Plot SummaryEnroute to Mexico during Prohibition, loner John Smith decides to rest at town of Jericho, Texas. He discovers that two rival bootleg gangs, one Italian, the other Irish, are seriously at odds with each other. So much so, that all of the residents have left, and the Sheriff has given up doing his job. | Sensing an opportunity to make money, Smith decides to hire himself out to BOTH factions -- and play each side against the other. Will Smith's clever scheme work? Or will the ensuing violence he causes take his life instead?