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The Last Outlaw (TV Movie 1993) Poster

(1993 TV Movie)

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Anachronisms 

The song that Graff repeatedly whistles, and is sung by the men accompanying him, is Unreconstructed Rebel aka Good Ol' Rebel. The song was not written until 1914, many years after the setting of the movie.
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Continuity 

Marshal Sharp alternates between wearing his badge (it is clearly displayed) and not wearing the badge.
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Errors in geography 

When they reach the Rio Grande, they are heading south into Mexico, but the river is flowing left to right. When approaching the river from Texas, the flow is always right to left.
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As the outlaws head "east" (after much discussion and emphasis that they are going east instead of south) their shadows appear on their right as they ride, indicating that the sun must be shining from the north.
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Factual errors 

At the beginning or the movie, we see a screen banner telling us the story's setting is New Mexico and takes place in 1873. Many of the characters use a Colt Single Action Army Revolver, some of which show significant wear. This pistol was introduced in 1873. It is unlikely that such a large number of the characters in this movie would possess a weapon that had just been released, especially with noticeable wear and customization (nickel plating, pearl handle plates, etc.).
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Spoilers

The goof item below may give away important plot points.

Revealing mistakes 

When Graff is shot at the end. Eustis places the gun by his body. In this shot you can plainly see Mickey Rourke breathing.
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