History Trivia / TheWarriors

29th Jan '16 5:36:56 PM nombretomado
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**** Also, he must have been pretty old when he moved to New York, considering he spent time first in the [[SvenHassel French Foreign Legion and later in a Wehrmacht penal battalion.]]
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**** Also, he must have been pretty old when he moved to New York, considering he spent time first in the [[SvenHassel [[Creator/SvenHassel French Foreign Legion and later in a Wehrmacht penal battalion.]]
3rd Dec '15 9:57:06 AM TheGreatKomodo
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** Orignally, the film was a going to have an all black and Hispanic cast much like in the book.
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** Orignally, the film was a going to have an all black and Hispanic cast much like in the book.book. **Possibly. In the arena mode, two of the stages are at the graveyard the Warriors regroup at after Cyrus is shot. They are the only stages not present in the actual levels. In one mission you can overhear a conversation between a group of Jones Street Boys, and sometimes they'll talk about a time The Warriors screwed them over in the graveyard, which is mentioned no where else in the game. It seems that at least one additional level was planned, but scrapped for whatever reason. ** A spiritual sequel (unrelated to the film) was planned by Rockstar. The game was to be titled ''We Are The Mods'' and was to be set in 1960s England during the mods and rockers brawls.
10th Nov '15 2:43:36 PM BlackJAC
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* BasedOnATrueStory[=/=]{{Expy}}: story is a version of {{Xenophon}}'s ''{{Anabasis}}''

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* TakeThat: Sol Yurick wrote it as a rebuttal to ''WestSideStory'''s romanticized view of street gangs due to [[WriteWhatYouKnow his time working in the New York City Welfare Office]].
2nd Feb '15 10:57:26 AM Wartzanall
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* ThrowItIn: David Patrick Kelly ad-libbed the iconic scene in which he clanks the empty bottles together and calls out a challenge to the Warriors. Ajax's James Remar also ad-libbed his line, "I'm gonna shove that bat up your ass and turn you into a Popsicle!"
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* ThrowItIn: David Patrick Kelly ad-libbed the iconic scene in which he clanks the empty bottles together and calls out a challenge to the Warriors.Warriors (originally, it was supposed to be dead pigeons, but the empty bottles worked better). Ajax's James Remar also ad-libbed his line, "I'm gonna shove that bat up your ass and turn you into a Popsicle!"

** Orignally, the film was a going to have an all black and Hispanic cast much like the book.
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** Orignally, the film was a going to have an all black and Hispanic cast much like in the book.
23rd Oct '14 2:26:58 PM intersection786
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7th Oct '14 9:20:23 PM xelldx
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** The DJ is played by Lynne Thigpen, best known as the Chief in the ''Series/WhereInTheWorldIsCarmenSandiego'' tv show.
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** The DJ is played by the late Lynne Thigpen, best known as the Chief in the ''Series/WhereInTheWorldIsCarmenSandiego'' tv show.
9th Apr '14 2:39:02 PM Ecclytennysmithylove
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* DawsonCasting: With the exception of Rembrandt, the gang all look like they're in their mid-twenties, but Fox mentions that they have a youth worker. Swan and Mercy are also compared to a group of kids coming from prom. These suggest that the gang is supposed to be in their teens.

** Originally it was Fox who was supposed to be the sympathetic character whom Mercy goes with in the end. The director and the actor playing Fox had a falling out, [[spoiler: so he [[DroppedABridgeOnHim gets hit by a train.]]]] Furthermore, Vermin was supposed to die at the hands of the Lizzies, but his actor threw enough humour to make him memorable that the director decided not to kill him. Swan was supposed to be kidnapped by a gang with a penchant for anal rape, but escape and return for the final showdown.
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** Originally it was Fox who was supposed to be the sympathetic character whom Mercy goes with in the end. The director and the actor playing Fox had a falling out, [[spoiler: so he [[DroppedABridgeOnHim gets hit by a train.]]]] Furthermore, Vermin was supposed to die at the hands of the Lizzies, but his actor threw enough humour humor to make him memorable that the director decided not to kill him. Swan was supposed to be kidnapped by a gang with a penchant for anal rape, but escape and return for the final showdown.
3rd Apr '14 3:10:51 PM CynicalBastardo
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** Originally it was Fox who was supposed to be the sympathetic character whom Mercy goes with in the end. The director and the actor playing Fox had a falling out, [[spoiler: so he [[DroppedABridgeOnHim gets hit by a train.]]]]
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** Originally it was Fox who was supposed to be the sympathetic character whom Mercy goes with in the end. The director and the actor playing Fox had a falling out, [[spoiler: so he [[DroppedABridgeOnHim gets hit by a train.]]]]]]]] Furthermore, Vermin was supposed to die at the hands of the Lizzies, but his actor threw enough humour to make him memorable that the director decided not to kill him. Swan was supposed to be kidnapped by a gang with a penchant for anal rape, but escape and return for the final showdown.
1st Apr '14 7:44:02 AM CynicalBastardo
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* HeyItsThatVoice: The game keeps a lot of the original cast where possible. ** [[Music/RunDMC DMC]] voices Scopes.
29th Mar '14 11:28:48 AM CynicalBastardo
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* TheOtherDarrin: While this is averted for the most part, Luther, Rembrandt, Vermin and Cyrus (except for his iconic speech) were all recast for the video game
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