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The Warriors is a American crime film directed by Walter Hill and based on Sol Yurick's The trio manages to escape the Lizzies' subsequent attack, learning in the process that everyone believes they murdered Cyrus. . For the big meeting at the beginning of the film, Hill wanted real gang members in the scene with. The Warriors is a crime/action movie, directed by Walter Hill and based on the Could also be applied to Vermin and Cochise when they meet the Lizzies. Following the meeting in Van Cortlandt Park, the Bronx, which saw the death of The Lizzies led the three members of the Warriors back to their apartment.
Presented them as a neutral or positive aspect of their lives.
As soon as you said in the old days gang movies it was how do we cure the pestilence and how do we fix the social waste. We want to take these kids, make sure they go to college This was just a movie that conceptually was different.
Accepted the idea of the gang, didn't question it, that was their lives, they functioned within that context. And the social problem wasn't were they going to college, but were they going to survive. It's the great Hawksian dictum, where is the drama? Will he live or die? The studio hated it, and didn't even want to release it.
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There was a lot of friction with management at the time. Some of it might have been my fault. It's a set piece. It's a ballet of stylized male violence. This entire film is a romantic lie. The Warriors is not lively enough to be cheap fun or thoughtful enough to be serious". I love the fact that people still enjoy something I did what, 37 years ago? It makes an old man happy.
I'm surprised by it.
But I loved working with my cameraman Andy Laszlo in shooting it, and I loved working with my cast, who were incredibly trusting of this crazy old fucker that was making the movie. They didn't get it, I don't think — costumed gangs running around New York? Finding England a rewarding training ground for his craft, he remained there, performing in various repertory companies and in several BBC productions. He has also narrated several John Grisham audiobooks.
Vermin takes a lead when he gets separated from the rest of the gang with Rembrandt and Cochise before running into The Lizzies. Vermin is not only comic relief but a decent brawler though he does get thrown into a restroom mirror by one of The Punks. Born in Poughkeepsie, he spent his youth playing football and then turned to acting. Where Are They Now?
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Terry has also made appearances at several Warriors reunions and autograph signing events and has also posed for photos with fans of the movie. It was Cyrus who called the conclave in New York where he wanted to share his plan about creating one large gang that could take over the city and outnumber the cops. However, as he does this, Luther takes aim and shoots him in the chest with a gun causing him to fall backwards through the wooden stage he was standing on.
After the death of Cyrus, Masai takes over as the leader of The Riffs.
Roger was not initially cast to play Cyrus, but filled in the role after the original actor failed to turn up on the night of the shoot. The Orphans think they are a tough gang after one of the gang members, called Apache, shows a newspaper clipping that talks about one of their raids. The Orphans initially let The Warriors move through their territory in peace before Mercy tries to stir things up after asking The Warriors for one of their vests.
The leader of The Orphans, Sully, then makes an ultimatum to The Warriors and asks them to take their colours off before walking through their territory. However, they get wasted after Swan throws a molotov cocktail at a nearby car, which explodes, taking out at least one of The Orphans.
According to the video game, Sully owns an auto repair yard. They are a gang with plenty of strength and stamina and are a very distinct gang due to their striking appearance and mute nature. The video game gives the leader of the gang the name Cobb, presumably after baseball legend Ty Cobb.
He wears a black outfit and has a double bat.
The Lizzies take them back to their apartment where they tell The Warriors to relax and pick any girl that they want. They attempt to shoot The Warriors as they try to escape but are a lousy shot giving The Warriors enough time to break out of the apartment. Punks The Punks hang out in a subway station in Bowery, Manhattan dressed in brightly coloured outfits with dungarees.
The leader of the gang wears roller-skates and is armed with a flick knife. The Punks follow The Warriors into a bathroom where they fight. They are a solid gang with good fighting skills and manage to take out a few of The Warriors but are eventually beaten. Luther, and his right-hand man Cropsey, often phone their mentor to get updates on where The Warriors are in the city and on how the other gangs in the city are trying to stop them.
According to the video game, Luther acquires his gun from a fight with the cops.