| LAST MAN STANDING (26) 1996 Film|
- Bars and Night Clubs
- Cities and Towns
- El Morado
- El Morado was about 30 miles across the Rio Grande.
- Cities and Towns - U.S.
- Jericho is the name of the border town where the majority of the movie takes place.
- Funeral Homes, Mortuaries and Morgues
- Blair Richardson, Undertaker
- Captain Tom Pickett & John Smith
- Captain Tom Pickett: That's odd. Don't hardly seem possible. Mr. Galt here says you're real well informed on what happens around here.
John Smith: You saying I did it?
Captain Tom Pickett: I asked you if you knew anything about it, not if you did it. The crime has been solved, son. Mexican police picked up two armed drifters from Florida, just across the border, handed them over to us. They ain't confessed yet, but they will.
- Doyle: You work with us, you work with the winners. Anything else is stupid.
- Doyle, John Smith & Hickey
- Doyle: This is Hickey. I told you about him.
Smith: Told me all about you. I been hearing about you all over town, actually. I especially liked that orphanage story.
Hickey: They tell you about them kids burning up like candles?
Smith: My favorite part.
Hickey: You shot some of our guys.
Smith: I guess I did. The ones that deserved it.
Hickey: You got Finn. He's Doyle's best shooter.
Smith: I thought you were the best.
Hickey: No, just the best looking.
Doyle: Enough of this bullshit. This game is finished. We got to talk.
Smith: I guess you better go talk.
Hickey: Don't believe everything you hear.
- Doyle's Henchman & John Smith
- Doyle's henchman: I guess maybe you'll have to kill me.
John Smith: It'll hurt if I do.
- Felina: Everyone here is afraid. The only thing you will find is death.
- Hickey & Cop
- Hickey: Looks to me you're a cop. You're wearing a gun, right?
Hickey: That's good. Maybe you're the kind of guy to shoot an unarmed man in the back. Make your play.
- Hooker: You remind me of this guy that used to come and see me when I worked in New Orleans. He looked a lot like you. You ever been to New Orleans? He was nice. He wasn't as quiet as you, though. But you two almost look like brothers. Except he had tattoos. I think that he was in the Navy, and he used to come and see me every Friday or Saturday night. His name was Clarence. I had a lot of fun in New Orleans. Sorry I ever came to this lousy town. There's nothing to do here. So I took every kind of dance class imaginable because I wanted to be a dancer, and so I came here because it's off season.
- John Smith
- John Smith: It's a funny thing. No matter how low you sink there's still a right and a wrong and you always end up choosing. You go one way so you can try to live with yourself. You can go to the other and still be walking around but you're dead and you don't know it.
- John Smith: This might be a good time to give up.
- John Smith: Crossing me was nothing personal. She was just trying to make a living in a world where big fish eat little fish.
- John Smith: I remember a guy once told me this is a free country.
- Sheriff Ed Galt, Captain Tom Pickett & John Smith
- Sheriff Ed Galt: There's a fella here come to see you. John Smith, meet Captain Tom Pickett. He is the lead ranger here in my district. He generally just comes down when.
Captain Tom Pickett: Shut up Galt. I'm here about a murdered policeman. Got himself killed the other side of the river in some crummy little Mexican town. A few local's killed, too. And a double dealing comandante named Ramirez. But the man I'm concerned about was an American on the border patrol. He had a family. Well liked by his brother officers. I guess he strayed a little bit in some departments, but he was an officer of the law just the same. You know anything about his death, son?
John Smith: No, I don't think so.
- Smith & Lucy
- Smith: Why does a guy send his girlfriend to come find me?
Lucy: Strozzi figures I wouldn't be dumb enough to do anything out of line so he sent me.
Smith: That must make you feel real proud.
Lucy: Quit bein' a shitheel, all right? I get enough of that from Strozzi, thank you.
Smith: You sure you're not dumb enough to do anything out of line? I'm just curious.
- John Smith: Celina's was a fast 20 minutes out across the desert. Two stories of wood in the middle of nowhere. It was the kind of place that looked like the special was chicken fried steak.