Last Man Standing

Last Man Standing (1996)

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Corrected entry: When the man punches through the windshield, his hand is unhurt. Old windshields were simple plate glass and would have slashed his hand up terribly.

Ian Hunt

Correction: Safety glass was invented in 1903, and was used in automobiles during WWI. After WWI, it was standard practice by car manufacturers to build cars with safety glass.

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"Last man standing" is actually the third remake of the 1961 Kurosawa film "Yojimbo" (Japanese for "The Bodyguard"). The second remake of the film was in 1967 called "A Fistful Of Dollars", starring Clint Eastwood. Yojimbo had the exact same plot as the other two, except it was about a Lone Samurai. The other two films just took the exact same story and put it in a different time period and setting.

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