Extreme Prejudice (1987)
"It was a chance to play a morally perfect character. Like Walter said, we spent a lot of time looking at old films to get this Old West flavor. We looked at Wayne films, at Cooper films, at Randolph Scott films. Yeah, there's a lot of High Noon (1952) in this movie. There's a lot of Howard Hawks director of Red River (1948). There's a lot of Sam Peckinpah... I needed to find the demeanour of how those '40s characters carried themselves - how they dressed and carried their guns".