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Extreme Prejudice is an homage, of sorts, to The Wild Bunch, a western directed by Sam Peckinpah, with whom Hill worked on The Getaway. Both films end with a massive gunfight in a Mexican border town.

The title originates from terminate with extreme prejudice, a phrase popularized by Apocalypse Now, also written by John Milius.

MSgt. Larry McRose (Clancy Brown) with a Remington 870 in Extreme Prejudice
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Walter Hill had worked with Sam Peckinpah in the early 1970s on The Getaway and said he “tipped my hat to Sam a couple of times” in the film. Michael Ironside later recalled that the film was greatly cut in post production: Andy Robinson and I play CIA agents, we’re trying to do this whole covert op, and my character was the go-between between the military side of the story, the police side of the story, and the government side of the story





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