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Extreme Prejudice

96 min | USA:104 min
Action | Crime | Drama | Thriller | Western
IMDB rate:
Walter Hill
Country: USA
Release Date: 1987-04-24
Filming Locations: Laird International Studio - 9336 W. Washington Blvd., Culver City, California, USA
Gross: $11,307,844 (USA) Filming Dates 14 April 1986 - 31 July 1986 Copyright Holder Carolco International N.V. (all countries)
Maria Conchita Alonso
Maria Conchita Alonso
Extreme Prejudice
Nick Nolte
Jack Benteen
Powers Boothe
Cash Bailey
Michael Ironside
Maj. Paul Hackett
Rip Torn
Sheriff Hank Pearson
Clancy Brown
MSgt. Larry McRose
William Forsythe
Sgt. Buck Atwater
Matt Mulhern
SSgt. Declan Patrick Coker
Larry B. Scott
Sgt. Charles Biddle
Dan Tullis Jr.
Sgt. Luther Fry
John Dennis Johnston
Luis Contreras
Gary Carlos Cervantes
Hector (as Carlos Cervantes)
Tommy 'Tiny' Lister
Marco Rodríguez
Deputy Cortez
James Lashly
Deputy Purvis
Tony Frank
Clarence King
Mickey Jones
Chub Luke
Kent Lipham
T.C. Luke
Sam Gauny
Pearly Grips
Gil Reyes
Rincon Norte Bartender
Rick Garcia
Larry Duran
Christina Garcia
Girl with Biddle
Charles Lewis
Chicken Champ Kid
Humberto De La Torre
Fred Eisenlohr
Deputy #1
Anthony Galvan III
Deputy #2
Erin Bowden
Donna Lee
Frank Lugo
Jalisco Bartender
Jimmy Ortega
Young Mexican Man
Lin Shaye
Employment Office Clerk
Anthony Lattanzio
Man in Employment Office
Ken Medlock
Redneck in Bank
Michelle Rosen
Woman in Airport (as Michelle Lynn Rosen)
Helen Kelly
Bank Patron (uncredited)
Thomas Rosales Jr.
Scarza (uncredited)
Karly Rothenberg
Woman in Bank (uncredited)
Did you know?
Maria Conchita Alonso did all her own vocals during the bar scenes.
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Nick Nolte modeled his character on Joaquin Jackson, a real Texas Ranger.
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The opening of the film which includes the military backgrounds of each member of Michael Ironside's mercenaries, was inspired by the similar opening to the hit TV show, The A-Team (1983).
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Cash gains a beard when he walks into the cantina.
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During the car chase scene which follows the failed bank robbery, there is a brief glimpse of a "flipped" shot, in which it appears as though Sgt. Coker is driving the getaway car from the right hand side, while the left front seat (the driver's seat in left-hand drive cars, naturally) is empty.
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When Sheriff Benteen realized that Major Hackett lied to him about working for the DEA, he ordered a deputy to get the "Federal Drug Administration" on the phone.
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Sheriff Hank Pearson: You ain't just gonna walk in there, are ya'?
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Cash Bailey: Aw hell, Jack. I know you're pissed, but this is me and you. We rode the river together. Now personally, I'd just be tickled pink if we could work out something save us both a world of grief. We ought to work together. You could be a hundred-thou a year man right now, and I'm the man that pays.
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Sgt. Buck Atwater: Dip me in shit and roll me in sugar, man!
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Photos from cast
Maria Conchita Alonso Richard L. Duran