Aber dieser Film ist Kult und spiegelt eben eine Ära wieder. Einer der ersten Gang Filme überhaupt. Mitglieder einer Gang versuchen quer durch das nächtliche. Die Warriors Filmfest OT: THE WARRIORS. ET: The Warriors. USA Originalfassung. (Original: englisch). Regie: Walter Hill. Reihe: Retrospektive. Eben dieser hat ein Treffen aller Gangs einberufen, in dem er seine Vision für die Zukunft der Stadt und aller Gangs mitteilen will. Die Warriors.
The WarriorsDie Warriors (Originaltitel: The Warriors) ist ein US-amerikanischer Film des Regisseurs Walter Hill aus dem Jahr , der auf einem Roman von Sol Yurick. Eben dieser hat ein Treffen aller Gangs einberufen, in dem er seine Vision für die Zukunft der Stadt und aller Gangs mitteilen will. Die Warriors. New York City wird von hunderten Gangs bevölkert, die alle eine Waffenruhe einhalten, um Revierkämpfen vorzubeugen. Der Anführer der Riffs, Gangsterboss Cyrus, plant, alle Gangs zu einer riesigen `Armee' der Nacht zu vereinigen, welche circa.
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In the near future, a charismatic leader summons the street gangs of New York City in a bid to take it over. When he is killed, The Warriors are falsely blamed and now must fight their way home while every other gang is hunting them down.
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Which Gang Are You In? It's The Subway Rush Hour "Bleep" the Line! Your Favorite 70's Action Film? Edit Cast Cast overview, first billed only: Michael Beck Swan James Remar Ajax Dorsey Wright Cleon Brian Tyler Snow David Harris Cochise Tom McKitterick Rembrandt as Marcelino Sanchez Terry Michos Vermin Deborah Van Valkenburgh Mercy Roger Hill Cyrus David Patrick Kelly Luther Lynne Thigpen Ginny Ortiz Candy Store Girl Mercedes Ruehl Policewoman John Snyder When Ajax becomes sexually aggressive, the woman, revealed to be an undercover police officer, handcuffs him to the bench and arrests him.
Upon arriving at Union Square , Vermin, Cochise, and Rembrandt are seduced by an all-female gang called the Lizzies and invited into their hideout.
They narrowly escape the Lizzies' subsequent attack, learning in the process that everyone believes the Warriors murdered Cyrus.
Acting as a lone scout, Swan decides to return to the 96th Street station, where Mercy joins him although he spurns her promiscuity and attempts at seducing him.
After reaching the Union Square station, they reunite with the remaining Warriors and get into a fight with a roller-skating gang, the Punks, in which Mercy proves that she can hold her own in combat.
Meanwhile, a member of a different gang visits the Riffs and tells them that he saw Luther shoot Cyrus. At dawn, the Warriors finally return to Coney Island, only to find Luther and the Rogues waiting for them.
Swan challenges Luther to a one-on-one fight, but Luther pulls a gun instead. Swan dodges his shot and throws a switchblade taken from one of the Punks into Luther's forearm, disarming him.
The Riffs arrive, acknowledging the Warriors' courage and skill before apprehending the Rogues. As the Riffs descend upon him, Luther screams.
The radio DJ announces that "the big alert has been called off" and salutes the Warriors with a song, " In the City. Featured as gang leaders in the film are Paul Greco as the leader of the Orphans, Jery Hewitt as the leader of the Baseball Furies, Kate Klugman as the leader of the Lizzies, and Konrad Sheehan as the leader of the Punks.
Stunt coordinator and future director Craig R. Baxley appears as a member of the Punks, as does stuntman A. Bakunas , who was killed on the set of another movie before the film's release.
Steve James and Bill Anagnos portray Baseball Furies, while Dennis Gregory portrays a Gramercy Riff. Ginny Ortiz portrays the candy store employee whom the Rogues steal from, and John Snyder portrays a gas station worker.
Film rights to Sol Yurick 's novel The Warriors were bought in by American International Pictures but no film resulted. Rights were then obtained by producer Lawrence Gordon who commissioned David Shaber to write a script.
Gordon had made Hard Times and The Driver with Walter Hill; he sent the script to Hill with a copy of Sol Yurick's novel. Hill recalls, "I said 'Larry, I would love to do this, but nobody will let us do it.
Gordon and Hill were originally going to make a western but when the financing on the project failed to materialize, they took The Warriors to Paramount Pictures because they were interested in youth films at the time and succeeded in getting the project financed.
Hill remembers "it came together very quickly. Larry had a special relationship with Paramount and we promised to make the movie very cheaply, which we did.
So it came together within a matter of weeks. I think we got the green light in April or May and we were in theaters in February So it was a very accelerated process.
Hill was drawn to the "extreme narrative simplicity and stripped down quality of the script". Hill was finally able to include this type of scene transition in the Ultimate Director's Cut released for home video in The filmmakers did extensive casting in New York City.
The director was impressed with Beck's performance and cast him in The Warriors. Hill initially wanted a Puerto Rican actress for the role of Mercy, but Deborah Van Valkenburgh's agent convinced the film's casting directors to see her and she was eventually cast.
The filmmakers wanted to cast Tony Danza in the role of Vermin but he was cast in the sitcom Taxi and Terry Michos was cast instead. While there were white characters in Yurick's book, none of the central characters or protagonists were white: according to Hill, Paramount did not want an all-black cast for "commercial reasons".
Thomas G. Waites was cast as director Walter Hill 's James Dean, and the director "invited the young actor to the Gulf and Western to watch movies like Rebel Without a Cause and East of Eden for inspiration.
At one point, Waites threatened to report the working conditions to the Screen Actors Guild , forcing Paramount to provide a second trailer for the eight Warriors to share.
Finally, after eight weeks into principal photography, when the tension on set between Waites and Hill reached the breaking point, Hill demanded that stunt coordinator Craig Baxley improvise a stunt scene in which Waites' character would be killed.
Such a critical scene would take careful planning. But Hill was insistent. He would later demand that his name be removed from the cast altogether; he remains uncredited to this day.
Stunt coordinator Craig R. Baxley put the cast through stunt school because Hill wanted realistic fights depicted in the film.
The entire film was shot on the streets in New York City with some interior scenes done at Astoria Studios. They would shoot from sundown to sunrise.
The film quickly fell behind schedule and went over budget. While they shot in the Bronx, bricks were tossed at the crew. Actor Joel Weiss remembers that filming of his scene on Avenue A , in Manhattan's notorious Alphabet City , was canceled because there was a double homicide nearby.
For the big meeting at the beginning of the film, Hill wanted real gang members in the scene with off duty police officers also in the crowd so that there would be no trouble.
The studio would not allow Baxley to bring any stunt men from Hollywood and he needed someone to double for the character of Cyrus so he did the stunt himself dressed as the character.
The actors playing The Warriors bonded early in the shoot, on and off the set. Originally, the character of Fox was supposed to end up with Mercy, while Swan was captured by a rival, homosexual gang known as the Dingos, only to escape later.
However, Hill watched the dailies and realized that Beck and Van Valkenburgh had great chemistry; the script was rewritten so that their characters ended up together.
The Rogues' car in the Coney Island confrontation was a Cadillac hearse. Kelly was influenced by a man he knew in downtown New York who would make fun of him.
Hill wanted Orson Welles to do a narrated introduction about Greek themes but the studio did not like this idea and refused to pay for it.
But we did not get along very well with our parent company. After the movie came out and it did well, everybody was sort of friends. But up until then there was a lot of misunderstanding.
They thought it was going to be Saturday Night Fever or something. The following weekend the film was linked to sporadic outbreaks of vandalism and three killings—two in Southern California and one in Boston —involving moviegoers on their way to or from showings.
This prompted Paramount to remove advertisements from radio and television completely and display ads in the press were reduced to the film's title, rating and participating theaters.
Due to safety concerns, theater owners were relieved of their contractual obligations if they did not want to show the film, and Paramount offered to pay costs for additional security and damages due to vandalism.
Hill later reflected, "I think the reason why there were some violent incidents is really very simple: The movie was very popular with the street gangs, especially young men, a lot of whom had very strong feelings about each other.
And suddenly they all went to the movies together! They looked across the aisle and there were the guys they didn't like, so there were a lot of incidents.
And also, the movie itself is rambunctious—I would certainly say that. After two weeks free of incidents, the studio expanded the display ads to take advantage of reviews from reputable critics including Pauline Kael of The New Yorker.
She wrote, " The Warriors is a real moviemaker's movie: it has in visual terms the kind of impact that ' Rock Around the Clock ' did behind the titles of Blackboard Jungle.
The Warriors is like visual rock. What made it a success with young people 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.