|The Last Boy Scout
Theatrical Release Poster
||Geffen Film Company|
||Warner Brothers Pictures
The Last Boy Scout is a 1991 action film starring Bruce Willis as a down and out private investigator who teams with a disgraced former pro football quarterback (Damon Wayans) in order to take down a corrupt team owner. The film was directed by Tony Scott and was written by Shane Black, whose screenplay for the film was sold to Hollywood at a then-record price.
The following weapons were used in the film The Last Boy Scout:
WARNING! THIS PAGE CONTAINS SPOILERS!
Smith & Wesson Model 19 Snub
Joe Hallenbeck (Bruce Willis) uses a 2.5" barrel Smith & Wesson Model 19 Snubbie throughout most of the film. It is taken by Milo (Taylor Negron) and used in an attempt to frame Hallenback and leaves it at the crime scene. This gun is accurate for Hallenbeck to carry as he is an ex-U.S. Secret Service Agent and the Model 19 was the standard issue sidearm of the USSS before switching to semi automatic handguns.
Smith & Wesson Model 19 Snub Nose with Pachmayr grips - .357 Magnum
Joe holds his Smith & Wesson Model 19 Snub when he threatens to fire through the closet door at his wife's secret lover.
Joe continues to flaunt his cocked and loaded Smith & Wesson Model 19 Snub as his wife adamantly denies that someone is in the closet.
Joe shoots their wedding photo when her secret lover exits the closet.
Street thugs take Joe's Smith & Wesson Model 19 Snub from its Bianchi IWB holster. Note how it is fitted with Pachmyr Compac grips.
Joe takes his Smith & Wesson Model 19 Snub off of the street thug when he kills him.
Joe reloads his Smith & Wesson Model 19 Snub during the shootout with the thugs who killed Cory (Halle Berry
Joe shoots the thug pinned behind two cars.
"Yes, officer. As a matter of fact there is a problem. Apparently there are too many bullets in this gun."
Milo (Taylor Negron
) fires Joe's S&W.
Joe's revolver is picked up by the trigger guard.
Milo sticks the gun in Joe's hand so only his fingerprints are on it and he can be framed for the murder.
Milo tosses the gun out of the car window. Note how the S&W now is a molded rubber prop so that the real gun isn't damaged by the fall.
Smith & Wesson Model 66 (Snub)
Darian Hallenbeck (Danielle Harris), Joe's daughter, takes a Smith & Wesson Model 66 with a 2.5" barrel out of the car glove compartment and hides it in her stuffed puppet before giving it to Joe, who uses it to shoot several armed thugs holding him up. Just like Joe's Model 19 Snub, the Model 66 Snub is fitted with Pachmayr Presentation grips. Det. McClusky (Clarence Felder) appears to have a Smith & Wesson Model 66 Snub in his holster.
Smith & Wesson Model 66 2.5" barrel with Pachmayr grips - .357 Magnum
Det. McClusky (Clarence Felder
) is gunned down and appears to have a Smith & Wesson Model 66 Snub in his holster.
Darian unsafely swings around the Smith & Wesson Model 66 Snub in the car.
Darian very negligently swings the Model 66 Snub to Jimmy's face.
Joe fires the Model 66 Snub through his daughter's puppet. Note how the hole where the bullet supposedly fired through is considerably widened so the muzzle of the gun is clear of the puppet, preventing the blank flame from burning it or setting it on fire.
Smith & Wesson Model 66
A full sized Smith & Wesson Model 66 is also seen used by one of the thugs holding up Joe in the woods.
Smith & Wesson Model 66 with 4" barrel - .357 Magnum
A thug holds his Model 66 on Joe.
Joe mocks the group with Darian's puppet.
The thug laughs at Joe's mockery.
Smith & Wesson Model 27
When Joe (Bruce Willis) has a flashback to his days in the US Secret Service, an assassin attempting to kill the President draws and fires a Smith & Wesson Model 27 revolver, hitting Joe several times in the vest when he jumps in the way.
Smith & Wesson Model 27 - .357 Magnum
An assassin with a nice pair of aviator shades fires at the President with a Smith & Wesson Model 27.
Joe jumps in the way and takes three .357 rounds to the chest. Note the large N-Frame size, showing it is a Model 27 and not a Model 19.
Smith & Wesson Model 686
One of the hitmen who shoots at Cory (Halle Berry) is seen using a Smith & Wesson Model 686. Later when Joe (Bruce Willis) is held up by Milo (Taylor Negron) and his men, one of them is also seen with a Model 686.
Smith & Wesson Model 686 4" Barrel - .357 Magnum
A thug fires his Smith & Wesson Model 686 at Joe and Jimmy.
A henchman of Shelly Marcone holds a Model 686 on Joe.
The thug holding his Model 686.
Smith & Wesson Model 686 6" Barrel - .357 Magnum
A thug cocks the hammer on his Smith & Wesson Model 686 when holding it on Jimmy Dix (Damon Wayans
The thug holds his Smith & Wesson Model 686 on Jimmy.
The thug fires his Smith & Wesson Model 686 at Joe and Jimmy as they flee. Note how the flame is spattered about, an indication he is firing blanks.
Ruger Security Six
One of Sheldon Marcone's men is briefly seen holding a Ruger Security Six revolver.
Ruger Security Six - .357 Magnum
On the right, one of Sheldon Marcone's men is briefly seen holding a Ruger Security Six
A Beretta 92FS is used by a thug to shoot Joe Hallenbeck's (Bruce Willis) car, which detonates the C4 block inside (even though C4 can only be electronically primed). Berettas are also the sidearm of the police in the film.
The thug aims his Beretta 92FS at Joe's car.
Closeup on the thug's Beretta.
One of Shelly Marcone's thugs holding a Beretta.
Beretta 92FS Inox
Pablo (Frank Collison) carries a Beretta 92FS Inox in the film, which is taken by Joe (Bruce Willis) when he kills him. Joe briefly gives it to Jimmy (Damon Wayans) to shoot at the bad guys when they pursue them in the car.
Beretta 92FS Inox - 9x19mm
Pablo (Frank Collison
) presses the keys on the piano with his Beretta 92FS Inox resting on it.
Pablo holds his Beretta 92FS Inox on Joe.
Joe takes the Beretta Inox and uses it to shoot at the bad guys.
Joe hands the Beretta Inox to Jimmy.
Jimmy fires his Beretta Inox at the bad guys.
A promotional image of the film.
Joe kills one of the thugs still alive in the burning car with the Beretta Inox.
And the award for worst father of the year goes to...
Joe kills one of the Senator's men on the freeway.
The Beretta Inox laying on the floor in the office of Shelly Marcone (Noble Willingham
Beretta 84F "Cheetah"
Billy Cole (Billy Blanks) uses a Beretta 84F "Cheetah" while making a run to the endzone at the start of the film.
Beretta 84FS "Cheetah" - .380 ACP
Billy Cole uses his Beretta 84F "Cheetah" to shoot opposing football players. Pretty sure there's something in the rule book against that...
Billy Cole firing his Beretta Cheetah.
"Ain't life a bitch?"
Billy lifts the pistol.
Close up of the Beretta Cheetah.
IMI Desert Eagle Mark VII
The Alley Thug (Badja Djola) uses a Desert Eagle Mark VII in .357 Magnum to threaten Joe Hallenbeck (Bruce Willis), who later takes it from him and dual-wields with his Smith & Wesson Model 19 Snub Nose.
IMI Desert Eagle Mark VII - .357 Magnum
The alley thug holds his Desert Eagle on Joe.
A better side shot of the Desert Eagle and Bruce Willis looking extremely smug. And if Bruce Willis
is looking smug as you hold a gun to his head, you should become immediately concerned with your well-being.
Joe fires the Desert Eagle and his Smith & Wesson Model 19 Snub at the hitmen.
A Desert Eagle is seen in Milo's bag before the Senator's assassination attempt. The same bag that Joe throws down. So it was a good thing do this?
A Walther PPK/S is used by Shelly Marcone (Noble Willingham) to threaten Joe (Bruce Willis) and to shoot Jimmy (Damon Wayans) in his left hand.
Walther PPK stainless - .380 ACP
Another view of the Walther PPK/S on Joe.
Marcone shoots out the car window with his PPK/S.
Smith & Wesson 3913 "Ladysmith"
Milo (Taylor Negron) carries a Smith & Wesson 3913 "Ladysmith" as his sidearm in the film.
Smith & Wesson 3913 "Ladysmith" - 9x19mm
Milo holding his Smith & Wesson 3913 "Ladysmith" with a terrible low grip.
Smith & Wesson 6904
One of Baynard's thugs (Robert Apisa) shoots at Joe (Bruce Willis) and Jimmy (Damon Wayans) with an early model Smith & Wesson 6904.
Smith & Wesson 6904 (older model) - 9x19mm
A thug fires his Smith & Wesson 6904 from the car.
One of Baynard's thugs (Robert Apisa
) holds the pistol while shooting it out with Joe.
Heckler & Koch MP5A3
One of the hitmen is seen using a Heckler & Koch MP5A3 during the shootout in the street.
Heckler & Koch MP5A3 - 9x19mm
A hitman fires his Heckler & Koch MP5A3 at Cory while the man next to him fires a pistol gripped Remington 870.
The hitman fires his MP5A3 at Joe with one hand.
The hitman tries to shoot Jimmy through the windshield when he is pinned between two cars.
Heckler & Koch MP5K
Milo (Taylor Negron) is briefly seen firing a Heckler & Koch MP5K at Joe (Bruce Willis) and Jimmy (Damon Wayans) when they flee from him and his men.
Heckler & Koch MP5K with plastic SEF trigger group - 9x19mm
Milo fires his Heckler & Koch MP5K at Joe and Jimmy.
Rifles / Carbines
FN FAL 50.63 "Paratrooper"
Milo (Taylor Negron) uses an FN FAL 50.63 "Paratrooper" rifle fitted with a scope in an attempt to assassinate Senator Baynard (Chelcie Ross) before being foiled by Jimmy Dix (Damon Wayans).
FN FAL 50.63 "Paratrooper" with 18" barrel - 7.62x51mm NATO
Milo affixes a scope to his FN FAL 50.63.
Closeup on the trigger guard.
Milo takes aim with his FN FAL.
A good side shot of the FAL.
Milo fires his FN FAL at the Tactical Response Units.
Colt AR-15/M16 Carbine
The LAPD SWAT officers at the football game fire at Milo (Taylor Negron) with AR-15 carbine variants.
Colt Sporter II Carbine with 30 round magazine - 5.56x45mm
A SWAT officer fires his AR-15 at Milo from the police chopper.
SWAT officers fire their AR-15 carbines.
SWAT officers firing AR-15 carbines.
A Remington Model 870 with a pistol grip, vertical pump foregrip, and an extended magazine tube is used by one of the hitmen who open fire on Cory (Halle Berry).
Remington 870 with pistol grip and vertical foregrip - 12 Gauge
The hitman to the right (Michael Papajohn
) fires a dual pistol grip Remington 870 with an extended magazine tube.
While holding the shotgun, the hitman is shot at by Joe.
Ithaca 37 "Stakeout"
Joe (Bruce Willis) gives Jimmy (Damon Wayans) an Ithaca 37 "Stakeout" shotgun and a box of fictional "shredder" rounds when they go to face Sheldon Marcone (Noble Willingham).
Ithaca 37 "Stakeout" - 12 Gauge
Joe hands Jimmy the Ithaca 37 "Stakeout".
Jimmy with the Ithaca 37 "Stakeout".
"Shredder" rounds, used for breaching (according to the screenplay).
Jimmy holds the Stakeout on Big Ray Walton (Tony Longo
One of Marcone's thugs holds Jimmy's Stakeout on him.
Police at the football games use full sized Ithaca 37 shotguns with extended magazine tubes.
Ithaca 37 with extended magazine tube - 12 Gauge
A blurry shot of a police officer holding an Ithaca 37 shotgun.
Two police officers follow a football player armed with Ithaca 37 shotguns.
Extended magazine tube Mossberg 500 shotguns are used by police at the football games and by one of Milo's (Taylor Negron) thugs.
Mossberg 500 with extended magazine tube - 12 Gauge
An officer at the football game with a Mossberg 500.
On the right, one of Milo's thugs holding a Mossberg 500.
The thug holds his Mossberg 500 on Joe. Note how to the right in the background, we can see a crewman with a ladder.
For the Blu-Ray release, the shot was corrected to omit the crewman.
A thug tries to shoot Jimmy with his Mossberg 500 but he kicks it away and it shoots one of his own men.
A thug fires his Mossberg 500 as Joe and Jimmy try to make their escape.
Mossberg 500 Cruiser
A Mossberg 500 Cruiser is used by one of Sheldon Marcone's men, before being taken and used by Joe (Bruce Willis).
Mossberg 500 Cruiser - 12 Gauge.
On the left, one of Marcone's guards stands armed with a Mossberg 500 Cruiser.
The thug points his Cruiser at Joe.
Joe takes up the Mossberg Cruiser shotgun.
Joe firing the Mossberg Cruiser shotgun.
Near the film's end, a house is seen exploding, the elements of which were later re-used in director John McTiernan's film Last Action Hero.
The house explodes in The Last Boy Scout
The scene from Last Action Hero
. It appears that the explosion from the previous film was composited into a new background.
Comparison of the shots from the two films.