Last Man Standing

Last Man Standing

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Director: Walter Hill

Cast: Bruce Willis, Christopher Walken, Bruce Dern

     
 

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Walter Hill's update of classic spaghetti Westerns,Last Man Standing, comes to DVD with a pair of transfers. The widescreen transfer preserves the original theatrical aspect ratio of 2.35:1, and is preferable in every way to the standard full-frame transfer. The English soundtrack is rendered in Dolby Digital 5.1, and a French soundtrack has been recorded in…  See more details below

Overview

Walter Hill's update of classic spaghetti Westerns,Last Man Standing, comes to DVD with a pair of transfers. The widescreen transfer preserves the original theatrical aspect ratio of 2.35:1, and is preferable in every way to the standard full-frame transfer. The English soundtrack is rendered in Dolby Digital 5.1, and a French soundtrack has been recorded in Dolby Digital Stereo. English, French, and Spanish subtitles are accessible. Supplemental materials include trailers, biographies of the cast, and highlights of star Bruce Willis. New Line has done a respectable job with this DVD, making it worthwhile when considering the reasonable list price.

Product Details

Release Date:
11/19/1997
UPC:
0794043450723
Original Release:
1996
Rating:
R
Source:
New Line Home Video
Region Code:
1
Presentation:
[Full Frame, Wide Screen]
Sound:
[Dolby Digital, stereo]
Time:
1:41:00
Sales rank:
4,315

Special Features

Widescreen and full-frame versions of the film; Cast biographies and filmographies; "Star Highlights" showcasing Bruce Willis in seperate clips from two other movies; Original theatrical trailer; Dolby Digital 5.1 channel surround sound

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Bruce Willis John Smith
Christopher Walken Hickery
Bruce Dern Sheriff Ed Galt
Michael Imperioli Giorgio
Alexandra Powers Lucy
David Patrick Kelly Doyle
Karina Lombard Felina
Leslie Mann Wanda
Jillian McWhirter Annabelle
William Sanderson Joe Monday
Ned Eisenberg Strozzi
R.D. Call McCool
Ken Jenkins Capt. Pickett
Ted Markland Deputy Bob
Andrew Alden Strozzi Gang
Arnie Alpert Strozzi Gang
Dana Bambo Strozzi Gang
Michael Cavalieri Berto
Philip Ciano Strozzi Gang
Robert Coffee Strozzi Gang
Luis Contreras Comandante Ramirez
Michael Cordeiro Strozzi Gang
Sonny D'Angelo Strozzi Gang
Christopher Doyle Brothel Thug
Hannes Frisch Santo
Rocky Reyna Galiente Strozzi Gang
Timothy Gallegos Strozzi Gang
Cassandra Gava Barmaid
Allan Graf Convoy Driver
Carmine Grippo Strozzi Gang
Randy Hall Doyle Thug/Doyle Gang
Larry Holt Border Patrolman
Joel Kay Strozzi Gang
Patrick Kilpatrick Finn
Michael Lerner Strozzi Gang
Kerry Lynch Doyle Gang
Paul Lyons Doyle Gang
Michael McBride Doyle Gang
Ken Medlock Strozzi Gang
Rick Merring Doyle Gang
Matt O'Toole Burke
Jimmy Ortega Ramirez Bodyguard
Jim Palmer Brothel Thug
John Paxton The Undertaker
Scott Pierce Doyle Gang
Michael Prozzo Roca
Dean Rader-Duval Donnie
Bill Rochon Strozzi Gang
Tom Rosales Ramirez Bodyguard
Edward Rote Doyle Gang
Raynor Scheine Gas Station Attendant
Lin Shaye The Madame
Scott Strand Doyle Gang
Michael Strasser Docker
Tiny Ron Jacko The Giant
Jim Wilkey Doyle Gang

Technical Credits
Walter Hill Director,Producer,Screenwriter
Lloyd Ahern Cinematographer
Barry Chusid Art Director
Barbara Cohen Casting
Ry Cooder Songwriter
Freeman Davies Editor
Michael De Luca Executive Producer
Allan Graf Stunts
Paula Heller Associate Producer
Ryuzo Kikushima Original Story
Dan Moore Costumes/Costume Designer
Lee Orloff Sound/Sound Designer
Sara Risher Executive Producer
Arthur Sarkissian Producer
Ralph Singleton Co-producer
Jeffrey Wetzel Asst. Director
William Wisher Screenwriter
Gary Wissner Production Designer

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Scene Index

Scene Selections
0. Scene Selections
1. Main Titles [3:55]
2. Rough Day in Jericho [4:33]
3. First Customer of the Week [2:04]
4. Paying the Damages [2:00]
5. A Job with Strozzi [5:32]
6. Caught with His Pants Down [4:17]
7. The Hijack [3:05]
8. Wanda's Bail [1:50]
9. Working Both Sides [8:15]
10. "Hickey's Back" [1:35]
11. A Friendly Phone Call [3:20]
12. Setting Up Giorgio [2:44]
13. El Morado [2:49]
14. "My Fear is My Curse" [1:37]
15. One Gang Too Many [3:52]
16. Making the Exchange [3:16]
17. Lucy Wants Out [3:30]
18. Doyle's New Man [2:16]
19. Felina's Freedom [3:40]
20. Scene of the Slaughter [4:07]
21. A Cold Bath [5:08]
22. Red Rain [5:19]
23. Roadhouse Massacre [2:38]
24. Time to Heal [3:32]
25. Playing Out a Bad Hand [5:11]
26. Last Man Standing [4:29]
27. Better Off Dead [1:11]
28. End Credits [4:58]
Side #2- WIDESCREEN
0. Scene Selections
1. Main Titles [3:55]
2. Rough Day in Jericho [4:33]
3. First Customer of the Week [2:04]
4. Paying the Damages [2:00]
5. A Job with Strozzi [5:32]
6. Caught with His Pants Down [4:17]
7. The Hijack [3:05]
8. Wanda's Bail [1:50]
9. Working Both Sides [8:15]
10. "Hickey's Back" [1:35]
11. A Friendly Phone Call [3:20]
12. Setting Up Giorgio [2:44]
13. El Morado [2:49]
14. "My Fear is My Curse" [1:37]
15. One Gang Too Many [3:52]
16. Making the Exchange [3:16]
17. Lucy Wants Out [3:30]
18. Doyle's New Man [2:16]
19. Felina's Freedom [3:40]
20. Scene of the Slaughter [4:07]
21. A Cold Bath [5:08]
22. Red Rain [5:19]
23. Roadhouse Massacre [2:38]
24. Time to Heal [3:32]
25. Playing Out a Bad Hand [5:11]
26. Last Man Standing [4:29]
27. Better Off Dead [1:11]
28. End Credits [4:58]

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Last Man Standing 3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
jsphtnnr3920152 9 months ago
BEST BRUCE WILLIS MOVIE ON DVD OR TELEVISION EVER.
Guest More than 1 year ago
LMS come from good stock...Yojimbo and A Fist Full of Dollars. A fan of Western/Ganster Film Noir I watch this flick over and over. Willis is an excellent main character as would be a younger Clint Eastwood. Highly recommend this movie.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This is the dumbest movie ever conceived. It must have to do with the level of intelligence of the cast.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Unlike many of Willis' movies which are unbelievable and even more unbearable to watch, this one has a few good one liners and nice gun battles with a classic Western director Walter Hill and the equally unstable actor Chistopher Walken. Otherwise, it's a forgettable gangster film in the mold and feel of Fistful of Dollars.