Extreme prejudice, Live Home Video ; Carolco ; Mario Kassar and Andrew Vajna present a Walter Hill film ; story by John Milius and Fred Rexer ; screenplay by Deric Washburn and Harry Kleiner ; produced by Buzz Feitshans ; directed by Walter Hill
The work Extreme prejudice, Live Home Video ; Carolco ; Mario Kassar and Andrew Vajna present a Walter Hill film ; story by John Milius and Fred Rexer ; screenplay by Deric Washburn and Harry Kleiner ; produced by Buzz Feitshans ; directed by Walter Hill represents a distinct intellectual or artistic creation found in Portland Public Library.

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  • Extreme prejudice, Live Home Video ; Carolco ; Mario Kassar and Andrew Vajna present a Walter Hill film ; story by John Milius and Fred Rexer ; screenplay by Deric Washburn and Harry Kleiner ; produced by Buzz Feitshans ; directed by Walter Hill
Main title
  • Extreme prejudice
Responsibility statement
  • Live Home Video ; Carolco ; Mario Kassar and Andrew Vajna present a Walter Hill film ; story by John Milius and Fred Rexer ; screenplay by Deric Washburn and Harry Kleiner ; produced by Buzz Feitshans ; directed by Walter Hill
Language
  • eng
Summary
  • A rum tale of friendship gone wrong, "Extreme Prejudice" presents the age-old story of two friends: one on the side of law and order, one not. El Paso based Texas Ranger Jack Benteen is intent on trying to control the drug trade, and the means breaking up the drug cartel run by his old friend Cash Bailey across the border in Mexico. His girl Sarita has tired of life with him, and returned to her former lover--Cash. Cash's cohorts have killed a local sheriff, and an unofficial, top-secret cadre of American combat veterans (apparently working for the CIA) has arrived to muddy the waters. Are they after Cash, too, or just his cash? A shootout at Cash's Mexican fortress seems inevitable, but who will be there, and on which side?
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  • videorecording
Intended audience
  • MPAA rating: Rated R
OCLC Number
  • 51502628
Other event information
  • Originally produced as an American motion picture in 1987
Runtime
  • 104
Table of contents
  • Deceased/Opening credits -- A poor dirt farmer -- Dope across the border -- "A nice rabbit" -- Old friends -- Observation -- Be warned -- Payback -- Investigation site -- Lone cowboy -- Setup -- Mystery ammo -- The heist -- Dead thieves -- Agreement -- Termination clause -- Cash and Benteen -- Old times again -- Change of plans -- "A good day for a killing" -- No deal/End credits
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  • adult
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  • live action
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