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The Last Warrior (1989 film)

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The Last Warrior
Directed byMartin Wragge
Produced byKeith Watkins
Written byMartin Wragge
StarringGary Graham
Maria Holvoe
Cary-Hiroyuki Tagawa
Music byAdriaan Strijdom
CinematographyFred Tammes
Edited byJacqueline Le Cordeur
Incorporated Television Company
Label Productions
Martin Wragge Production
Distributed bySVS Films
Release date
  • October 20, 1989 (1989-10-20)
Running time
94 min.
CountryUnited Kingdom

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The Last Warrior, a.k.a. Coastwatcher is a 1989 World War II film, starring Gary Graham and Cary-Hiroyuki Tagawa.

Plot Summary[edit]

As World War II draws to a close, U.S. operative Gibb is stationed alone on a tiny, remote island, where he spies on the Japanese navy. The ship called the "Yamato", Japan's biggest battleship is damaged badly and is need to be repaired. Unexpectedly, Japan's military learns of Gibb's existence and a crew of elite commandos attempts to kill the American. The stealthy Gibb, however, uses the jungle terrain to his advantage and guns down his attackers until only the deadliest soldier is left, leading to a showdown of wills and hand-to-hand combat skills.


  • Gary Graham as Gibb
  • Maria Holvoe as Katherine (as Maria Holvöe)
  • Cary-Hiroyuki Tagawa as Imperial Marine
  • John Carson as Priest
  • Steven Ito as 2nd Imperial Marine
  • Al Karaki as 3rd Imperial Marine
  • Peggy Champion as Nun
  • Victoria Cooper as Nun
  • Ingrid Emsley as Nun
  • Pippa Duffy as Nun
  • Eva Davis as Nun
  • Sheryl Burton as Polynesian Girl

External links[edit]

Category:1989 films Category:English-language films Category:1980s action war films Category:1989 drama films Category:1980s war films Category:1980s war drama films Category:World War II films

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