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A drifting gunslinger-for-hire finds himself in the middle of an ongoing war between the Irish and Italian mafia in a Prohibition era ghost town.

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John Smith
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Sheriff Ed Galt
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Joe Monday
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Hickey
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Doyle
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Felina
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Fredo Strozzi
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Lucy Kolinski
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Giorgio Carmonte
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Capt. Tom Pickett
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Jack McCool
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Deputy Bob
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Wanda
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Finn
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Comandante Ramirez
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Gas Station Attendant
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Jacko the Giant
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Blair Richardson
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Berto
Hannes Fritsch ...
Santo
Michael Strasser ...
Docker
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Burke
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The Madame
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Border Patrolman
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Convoy Driver
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Barmaid
Randy Hall ...
Doyle Thug
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Ramirez Bodyguard
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Ramirez Bodyguard (as Tom Rosales)
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Donnie
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Roca
Christopher Doyle ...
Brothel Thug (as Chris Doyle)
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Brothel Thug
Kerry Lynch ...
Doyle Gang Member
Paul Lyons ...
Doyle Gang Member
Rick Merring ...
Doyle Gang Member
Michael McBride ...
Doyle Gang Member
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Doyle Gang Member
Edward Rote ...
Doyle Gang Member (as Ed Rote)
Scott Strand ...
Doyle Gang Member
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Doyle Gang Member
Andrew Alden ...
Strozzi Gang Member
Arnie Alpert ...
Strozzi Gang Member
Dana Bambo ...
Strozzi Gang Member
Philip Ciano ...
Strozzi Gang Member
Robert Coffee ...
Strozzi Gang Member
Michael Cordeiro ...
Strozzi Gang Member
Sonny D'Angelo ...
Strozzi Gang Member
Carmine Grippo ...
Strozzi Gang Member
Timothy Gallegos ...
Strozzi Gang Member
A. Michael Lerner ...
Strozzi Gang Member (as Michael Lerner)
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Strozzi Gang Member
Bill Rochon ...
Strozzi Gang Member
Joe Kay ...
Strozzi Gang Member
Rocky Reyna Galiente ...
Strozzi Gang Member
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Jaime Méndez ...
Mexican Revolutionary (uncredited)

Directed by

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Walter Hill

Written by (WGA)

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Ryûzô Kikushima ... (story) and
Akira Kurosawa ... (story)
 
Walter Hill ... (screenplay)

Produced by

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Michael De Luca ... executive producer
Paula Heller ... associate producer
Walter Hill ... producer
Sara Risher ... executive producer
Arthur M. Sarkissian ... producer (as Arthur Sarkissian)
Ralph S. Singleton ... co-producer (as Ralph Singleton)

Music by

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Ry Cooder

Cinematography by

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Lloyd Ahern II ... director of photography (as Lloyd Ahern)

Film Editing by

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Freeman A. Davies ... (as Freeman Davies)

Editorial Department

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Gary Burritt ... negative cutter
Herb Hickey ... color timer
Brent Kaviar ... post-production services
Phil Norden ... assistant editor: avid
Yôko Seto ... first assistant film editor
Brandon Smith ... post-production assistant

Casting By

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Mary Gail Artz
Barbara Cohen

Production Design by

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Gary Wissner

Art Direction by

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Barry Chusid

Set Decoration by

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Gary Fettis

Costume Design by

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Dan Moore

Makeup Department

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Dorothy D. Fox ... hair stylist supervisor (as Dorothy Fox)
Tom Hoerber ... makeup artist
Gary Liddiard ... makeup supervisor
Bunny Parker ... hair stylist: Mr. Willis
Gerald Quist ... makeup artist: Mr. Willis
Georgina Williams ... hair stylist

Production Management

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Joe Fineman ... executive in charge of post-production
Carla Fry ... executive in charge of production
Mike Roberts ... production supervisor
Sara Romilly ... post-production supervisor
Jeremiah Samuels ... production supervisor
Ralph S. Singleton ... unit production manager
Ted Zachary ... executive in charge of production

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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J. Tom Archuleta ... first assistant director: second unit
Allan Graf ... second unit director
Joseph Brad Kluge ... second second assistant director
Jeff Okabayashi ... second assistant director (as Jeffrey Okabayashi)
Wendy Peterson ... second assistant director: second unit
Elisa Sansalone ... second second assistant director: second unit
Ken Wada ... dga trainee
Jeffrey Wetzel ... first assistant director

Art Department

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Steve Badillo ... labor foreman
David F. Bornstein ... general foreman
Christopher Carlson ... swing gang
Mike Carrillo ... assistant property master
Michael Casey ... lead man: El Paso (as Michael P. Casey)
Mike Cunningham ... assistant property master
Dale DeStefani ... construction foreman
Carmine Goglia ... stand-by painter
Gordon Huggins ... paint foreman: El Paso
Kurt V. Hulett ... lead man
Barbara Ann Jaeckel ... set designer
Michael Kolko ... set estimator
Jeffrey Kushon ... lead man / swing gang
Ernest Lopez ... lead plasterer (as Ernest Lopez Jr.)
Paul A. Minitello ... signwriter
Jan O'Connell ... assistant art department coordinator
Maureen Osborne ... swing gang
Damian 'Rocky' Polito ... propmaker
John J. Rutchland III ... construction coordinator (as John 'J.R.' Rutchland III)
John Slatsky ... drapery foreman (as John J. Slatsky)
Paul Sonski ... set designer
Mike Swift ... illustrator
Shannon Vergun ... art department coordinator
Christopher Woodworth ... lead scenic
Mark Woodworth ... painter: Los Angeles
Rick Young ... property master
Lou Boggs ... construction gangboss (uncredited)
Noah Bradley ... carpenter (uncredited)
Archie Hankins ... carpenter (uncredited)
Gary Petersen ... construction gang boss (uncredited)
Dale Snyder ... prop maker (uncredited)
Larry J. White II ... set dresser (uncredited)
Christopher Windisch ... construction foreman (uncredited)
Quinn Yarbrough ... property master (uncredited)

Sound Department

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Nicholas R. Allen ... boom operator (as Nicholas Allen)
Lou Angelo ... sound editor (as Louis E. Angelo)
David A. Arnold ... sound editor (as David Arnold)
Bill Banyai ... dubbing engineer
Rick Canelli ... adr recordist
Spartan Castiglioni ... sound re-recording machine room crew
Blake R. Cornett ... assistant sound editor (as Blake Cornett)
Susan Dawes ... assistant sound editor (as Susan Shackelford)
Teri E. Dorman ... sound editor
David R. Finkelstein ... first assistant sound editor (as David R. Finklestein)
Kimberly Gallagher-Carlton ... assistant sound editor (as Kimberley Gallagher Carlton)
Nerses Gezalyan ... foley mixer
Gary A. Hecker ... foley artist (as Gary Hecker)
Scott Hecker ... sound editor (as Scott A. Hecker)
Doug Hemphill ... re-recording mixer (as D.M. Hemphill)
Steve Klinghoffer ... utility sound technician
Dave Kulczycki ... sound editor (as David Kulczycki)
Paul Massey ... re-recording mixer
Thomas J. O'Connell ... adr mixer
Lee Orloff ... sound mixer
Lauren Palmer ... supervising adr editor
Matt Patterson ... sound re-recording machine room crew
Donald Sylvester ... sound editor
Craig Weintraub ... assistant sound editor
Jeffrey Wilhoit ... foley artist
Jay Wilkinson ... supervising sound editor
Craig Berkey ... sound effects editor (uncredited)

Special Effects by

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Casey Cavanaugh ... special effects foreman
Lawrence J. Cavanaugh ... special effects coordinator (as Lawrence James Cavanaugh)
William Dawson ... special effects technician
Jeffrey Knott ... effectsman
Henry Millar ... special effects foreman
Mike Reedy ... special effects foreman
R. Bruce Steinheimer ... special effects supervisor
Richard L. Hill ... special effects technician (uncredited)
Geoffrey C. Martin ... special effects technician: N.M. Filming (uncredited)
Barry McQueary ... special effects (uncredited)
Vincent Montefusco ... special effects: 2nd unit-pyro/PT (uncredited)
Carol Ann Napier ... special effects technician (uncredited)
Anthony Simonaitis ... special effects technician (uncredited)

Stunts

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Perry Barndt ... stunts
Brad Bovee ... stunts
Allan Graf ... stunt coordinator
Gene Hartline ... stunts
Terry Jackson ... stunts
Gary Littlejohn ... stunts
Patricia M. Peters ... stunts (as Patricia Peters)
Gilbert Rosales ... stunts
David Rowden ... stunts
Tomas Sanchez ... stunt player
Pete Turner ... stunts (as Peter Turner)
Webster Whinery ... stunts
Dave Bartholomew ... stunts (uncredited)
Joey Box ... utility stunts (uncredited)
Todd Bryant ... stunts (uncredited)
Bobby Burns ... stunts (uncredited)
Christopher Doyle ... stunts (uncredited)
Allan Graf ... stunts (uncredited)
Randy Hall ... stunts (uncredited)
Larry Holt ... stunts (uncredited)
Randall Huber ... stunt performer (uncredited)
Terry Jackson ... stunt double: Bruce Willis (uncredited)
Ben Jensen ... stunts (uncredited)
Rob King ... stunts (uncredited)
Kim Robert Koscki ... stunt rigger (uncredited)
A. Michael Lerner ... stunts (uncredited)
Hugh Aodh O'Brien ... stunts (uncredited)
Jimmy Ortega ... stunts (uncredited)
Michael Owen ... stunts (uncredited)
Jim Palmer ... stunts (uncredited)
Allen Robinson ... stunts (uncredited)
Thomas Rosales Jr. ... stunts (uncredited)
Gregg Sargeant ... stunts (uncredited)
Mike Smith ... stunts (uncredited)
Pete Turner ... stunt double: Christopher Walken (uncredited)
Mike Washlake ... stunts (uncredited)
Jim Wilkey ... stunts (uncredited)
Scott Workman ... stunts (uncredited)

Camera and Electrical Department

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Carl Boles ... chief lighting technician
Mike Bonnaud ... best boy (as Michael Bonnaud)
Mark Broneau ... best boy grip
Jeff Case ... dolly grip
David Chase ... electrician
Michael A. Chavez ... camera operator (as Michael Chavez)
Scott Crabbe ... video engineer (as Scott R. Crabbe)
Steve Craft ... camera loader
Mark Cueto ... electrician
Mark W. Elias ... key grip
Pascal M. Guillemard ... electrician (as Pascal Guillemard)
Ellis Hark ... grip
Allan Scott Jackson ... grip
Joe Kraft ... crane grip
Mark La Bonge ... first assistant camera
Robert LaBonge ... camera operator
Jeff Matthews ... electrician
Steve McLean ... first assistant camera
Todd McMullen ... second assistant camera
Thomas R. Miller ... dolly grip (as Tom Miller)
Ralph Nelson ... unit photographer
Paul Plannette ... second assistant camera
William D. Pollack ... grip
Ronald J. Pure Jr. ... electrician
Bret Rubin ... rigging key grip
Scott Rubin ... grip
George Steward ... rigging grip
Ken Tosic ... rigging gaffer (as Kenny Tosic)
Colin Crane ... second assistant camera: New Mexico (uncredited)
Jason Gary ... grip (uncredited)
David G. George ... video assist operator: second unit (uncredited)
Robert Heine ... assistant camera (uncredited)
Leonard E. Hoffman ... electrician (uncredited)
Dana Kroeger ... camera loader (uncredited)
Robert LaBonge ... director of photography: second unit (uncredited)
Colin Mayo ... lighting technician (uncredited)
Alan Swain ... rigging grip: El Paso (uncredited)
Jorge Sánchez ... assistant camera (uncredited)

Casting Department

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Lynda Halligan ... casting associate
Charlie Messenger ... extras casting
Barbara Montoya ... extras casting: El Paso

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Leah Brown ... costumer
Lois DeArmond ... assistant costume designer
Dallas D. Dornan ... costume supervisor
Barry Kellogg ... costumer
Michael J. Long ... costumer
Ruby K. Manis ... key costumer
Lori Stilson ... costumer: Mr. Willis

Location Management

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Stephen C. Dawson ... location manager (as Steve Dawson)
Andre Gaudry ... assistant location manager
Valerie Holguin ... location assistant: El Paso
Cathy Kanavy ... location scout (uncredited)

Music Department

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Bunny Andrews ... music editor
Joachim Cooder ... musician: percussion
Ry Cooder ... musician: guitars
Rick Cox ... musician: synthesizer and saxophone
Toby Emmerich ... executive in charge of music
Arlene Fishbach ... music consultant
Mark Kaufman ... music coordinator
Kelly Mahan-Jaramillo ... assistant music editor (as Kelly Jaramillo)
Leslie Morris ... music contractor
Rail Rogut ... music engineer
Dana Sano ... music executive
Allen Sides ... score mixer
John Beal ... composer: trailer (uncredited)

Transportation Department

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Daniel B. Briggs ... picture car captain
Joseph J. Dawson ... driver: 32 packard, second unit
Charles Enzen ... transportation coordinator (as Chuck Enzen)
Wayne Williams ... transportation coordinator
John A. Brubaker ... driver: set dressing (uncredited)
Kenneth A. Owen ... picture car mechanic (uncredited)
Ron Poniewaz Jr. ... driver: honeywagon (uncredited)
David G. Todd ... production van operator (uncredited)

Other crew

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John Albrecht ... payroll accountant
Marilyn Bailey ... script supervisor
Frank Balleau ... L.A. captain
Tom Briggs ... set captain
Lisa Butala ... production assistant
Wendy Cox ... production coordinator
Ian Crockett ... production assistant
Joseph J. Dawson ... photo double: R.D. Call
Jesus Dominguez ... first aid
Stephen J. Eads ... assistant: Mr. Willis (as Stephen Eads)
Eric Fitzgerald ... title designer
Deirdre Fitzpatrick ... set production assistant
Emily Glatter ... in-house coordinator
Jennifer S. Gottlieb ... set production assistant
Robert Grindrod ... production accountant (as Robert J. Grindrod)
Chris Heinrich ... assistant: Mr. Sarkassian
Karen Jarnecke ... production secretary
Carol Johnson ... assistant: Mr. Hill
Lynne McQuaker Kavner ... assistant: Ms. Risher
Joyce Kurtz ... adr group coordinator
Brigette Lester ... assistant production coordinator
Cricky Long ... set production assistant
John Loveless ... chapman crane operator
Sean Madden ... production assistant
Ernie Malik ... unit publicist
Margo Hunt McKay ... production coordinator (as Margo Hunt)
Sharon Medearis ... animal wrangler
Harold 'Hoppy' Munz ... craft service
Jennifer Nickson ... assistant production coordinator
Robbie Parvis ... projectionist
Bob Pitto ... accounting assistant
John Pontrelli ... key set production assistant
Scott Pritchett ... production assistant
Paul Prokop ... production controller
Thell Reed ... armorer
Suzanne Rosencrans ... production attorney
Lee Schauer ... contract administrator
Jeffrey D. Stevens ... first aid
David Timoner ... production assistant
Dan Treinish ... contract administrator
Barbara Treutelaar ... office staff assistant
Louise Webber ... assistant: Mr. Willis
Jerri Whiteman ... first assistant accountant
Randy Young ... assistant: Mr. Willis
Ronald C. Briggs Jr. ... inventory services (uncredited)
Dave Brown ... hat maker (uncredited)
Cheryl Gilbert ... stand-in (uncredited)
Paul Guyot ... stand-in (uncredited)
Kia Kiso ... production assistant (uncredited)
Kent Kubena ... photo double (uncredited)
Melissa Park ... stand-in (uncredited)
Crew believed to be complete

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Storyline

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Plot Summary

John Smith is an amoral gunslinger in the days of Prohibition. On the lam from his latest (unspecified) exploits, he happens upon the town of Jericho, Texas. Actually, calling Jericho a town would be too generous--it has become more like a ghost town, since two warring gangs have 'driven off all the decent folk.' Smith sees this as an opportunity to play both sides off against each other, earning himself a nice piece of change as a hired gun. Despite his strictly avowed mercenary intentions, he finds himself risking his life for his, albeit skewed, sense of honor.... Written by Tad Dibbern

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Taglines There are two sides to every war. And John Smith is on both of them. See more »
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Also Known As
  • Welcome to Jericho (United States)
  • Gundown (United States)
  • Dernier recours (France)
  • El último hombre (Spain)
  • O Último Homem Durão (Brazil)
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Runtime
  • 101 min
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Box Office

Budget $67,000,000 (estimated)
Opening Weekend United States $7,010,331, 22 Sep 1996
Cumulative Worldwide Gross $33,200,000

Did You Know?

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Trivia This movie, like Fistful of Dollars (1964), is a retelling of the story in Yojimbo (1961), which is itself based on Dashiell Hammett's 1927 novel "Red Harvest". See more »
Goofs Smith carries two Colt 45. s that hold 7+1 rounds or 14+2 rounds. Smith fires way more bullets than that. See more »
Movie Connections Featured in The First Wives Club/Big Night/Surviving Picasso/Last Man Standing/Paradise Lost: The Child Murders at Robin Hood Hills (1996). See more »
Soundtracks How Long, How Long Blues See more »
Quotes Capt. Tom Pickett: Things in this town are out of control. Two gangs is just one too many. I'm not an idealist. I know a lot of things that people do are awful low, but that's between them and God. Do you believe in God? I believe in God, son. But what I'm concerned with is keeping a lid on things, and what we got here in Jericho is just way out of hand, and Sheriff Galt, here, can't do much about it, right? Matter of fact, it might be fair to say that he's part of the problem, right? Now you been going back and forth, playing both sides according to Mr. Galt, here, making yourself a lot of money out of all this. Well, it's over, son. I'm coming back here in ten days, and I'm gonna bring about twenty rangers with me. I will tolerate *one* gang, because that is the nature of things. A certain amount of corruption is inevitable. But if I find *two* gangs here when I get back, then in a couple of hours there will be *no* gangs here. So it's simple. One gang quits and goes home. You boys work it out. I don't give a damn which one.
John Smith: Just so long as one side leaves, or maybe one side loses.
Capt. Tom Pickett: That's fine, too, son. Kill as many as you want. Just don't kill no innocent people around here. I wouldn't like that.
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