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  • The Warriors is a 1979 American thriller film directed by Walter Hill and based on Sol Yurick's 1965 novel of the same name. It was released in the United States on February 9, 1979. The Warriors has since become a cult film, and it has spawned multiple spinoffs, including video games and a comic book series.
  • thumb|258pxThe Warriors (literalmente, Los guerreros; estrenada en España con el título de Los amos de la noche) es una película de Walter Hill de 1979 que actualiza, sobre la base de la novela The Warriors de Sol Yurick, que a su vez se inspira en la epopeya narrada por Jenofonte en la Anábasis. Si los griegos de Jenofonte huyen en el territorio hostil de Asia Menor, ahora la acción se traslada a Nueva York y los soldados son pandilleros.
  • thumbThe Warriors es un videojuego de 2005 producido por la compañía Rockstar Games y desarrollado por Rockstar Toronto para PlayStation 2, Xbox y PlayStation Portable. El juego está basado en la película homónima de 1979, la cual estaba basada a su vez en la novela homónima de 1965 escrita por Sol Yurick.
  • The film was adapted from the novel of the same name by Michael Strip, published in the mid 1960s. Due to the time difference, the film is noticeably different to the novel. The most notable difference is that the novel consists entirely of text that describes the events, while the film reveals the story through use of visuals and imagery.
  • The Warriors is a short story by Larry Niven in his Known Space universe and with ties into many other stories set in Known Space.
  • The Warriors are an American hardcore punk band. Their song "The Price of Punishment" is featured in the Daredevil episode Dogs to a Gunfight.
  • The Warriors were a wrestling tag-team and former FcW Tag-Team Champions for the Fearless Championship Wrestling(FcW). It consists of the 2007 Race Against Time Battle Royal winner Kevin Conner and, Colt "The 45" Sykes The team came to a end when Kevin Conner lost his match against John Cavanagh and left the FcW.
  • The Warriors are the titular main characters of the 1979 American cult action/thriller film "The Warriors". They are a gang in 1979, which mostly lived around West Coney Island, Brooklyn, in New York City. However, after the war with The Destroyers, they gained the East part as well. The Warriors were originally lead by Cleon, however, when Cleon is killed by The Gramercy Riffs at Cyrus's Meeting, Swan leads from that point on. After the events of the movie, it is unknown what happened to the gang.
  • The game takes place 3 months before the big meeting. The game starts with Cleon and Vermin inducting 2 young members into The Warriors. Ash, a young thug who grew up in Coney who had a great interest to join the Warriors. And Rembrandt, a young graffiti artist as well as a close friend to Ash. Rembrandt became recognize by The Warriors because of his talent as well as his toughness to look after himself. Rembrandt convinced Ash to also join the Warriors with him. After Cleon initiated Rembrandt and Ash, Vermin showed both of the young members how they operate around Coney. This was short lived when The Destroyers caused havoc around The Warriors turf as well as alarm the police of gang warfare and also making Cleon round up all of The Warriors who were out on partol that night. After taki
  • Cyrus (Hill), leader of the Gramercy Riffs, the most powerful gang in New York City, calls a midnight summit of all New York area gangs, requesting them to send nine unarmed delegates toVan Cortlandt Park. The Warriors, from Coney Island, are one such gang. Cyrus proposes the assembled crowd a permanent citywide truce that would allow the gangs to control the city. Most of the gangs laud his idea, but Luther (Kelly), leader of the Rogues, shoots Cyrus and frames the Warriors. The Warriors "warlord" Cleon (Wright) is beaten down by the Riffs who believe the Warriors are responsible for Cyrus' death. With Cleon missing and presumed dead, the other Warriors escape. The Riffs put out a hit on the Warriors through a radio DJ (Thigpen). Swan (Beck), the gang's "war chief", takes charge of the gr
  • produkcja: USA data premiery: 1979reżyseria Walter Hill (I) scenariusz Walter Hill (I), David Shaber zdjęcia Andrew Laszlo muzyka Joe Walsh (III), na podstawie: opowiadania Sol Yurick czas trwania: 90 Recenzja - Filmweb: Pełna scen przemocy opowieść o bezwzględnej walce w gronie nowojorskiego świata przestępczego. Który ze skłóconych gangów zachowa największą strefę wpływów? MATT na forum: Czyli koszmar każdego członka gangu - muszą przejść przez całe miasto ścigani przez wrogie gangi - dla mnie wypas :) .
  • Cyrus (Roger Hill), leader of the Gramercy Riffs, the most powerful gang in New York City, calls a midnight summit of all New York area gangs, requesting them to send nine unarmed delegates to Van Cortlandt Park. The Warriors, from Coney Island, are one such gang. Cyrus proposes the assembled crowd a permanent citywide truce that would allow the gangs to control the city. Most of the gangs laud his idea, but Luther (Kelly), leader of the Rogues, shoots Cyrus and frames the Warriors. The Warriors "warlord" Cleon (Wright) is beaten down by the Riffs who believe the Warriors are responsible for Cyrus' death. With Cleon missing and presumed dead, the other Warriors escape. The Riffs put out a hit on the Warriors through a radio DJ (Thigpen). Swan (Beck), the gang's "war chief", takes charge of
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  • Gang
Starring
Team
  • Multi-Colored
Editing
  • Billy Weber
  • David Holden
  • Freeman Davies, Jr.
  • Susan E. Morse
Runtime
  • 5580.0
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  • United States
Name
  • The Warriors
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  • English
Cinematography
  • Andrew Laszlo
Descripción
  • The Warriors Wiki es un proyecto que recopila toda la información de la película The Warriors y del juego The Warriors de Rockstar Games.
Founder
  • *Drugnut of *DEATH_NUT of *WarchiefAjax of *Cowboy. of
Fundado
  • 6
Music
  • Barry De Vorzon
Image size
  • 300
Color
  • black
  • green
  • ivory
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  • 2.25E7
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  • The warriors
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  • *hihodumass of Dumassvill *Amizez of LandOfShadows *sevanshinobylord of sevanshinobilord *Emperor J of drosran *Flightbag of Northern Faceland *sir zammy lo of reaping wolves *Crackpipe Davis of Harvest Moon *booudead of buenos dias *Albireo of Oshizelgizengaa *he1lo of hapland *Arcadia of Shumpington *Asshattery of Asshatland
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  • The Warriors
Estado
  • Abandonada
Released
  • 1979-02-09
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  • Warriors 1.jpg
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  • The Warriors
  • by Sol Yurick
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  • The Warriors
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  • produkcja: USA data premiery: 1979reżyseria Walter Hill (I) scenariusz Walter Hill (I), David Shaber zdjęcia Andrew Laszlo muzyka Joe Walsh (III), na podstawie: opowiadania Sol Yurick czas trwania: 90 Recenzja - Filmweb: Pełna scen przemocy opowieść o bezwzględnej walce w gronie nowojorskiego świata przestępczego. Który ze skłóconych gangów zachowa największą strefę wpływów? MATT na forum: The inspiration for 'The Warriors' comes from a novel by Sol Yurick; on the mythical tale of Greek historian, Xenophon The Athenian. The Anabasis is the story of the retreat from Persia in 401 B.C. He and the troops found themselves having to travel back to their homeland, with few provisions and severely outnumbered, deep in hostile enemy territory. In Walter Hill's film the premise is the same, but Persia has been replaced with the dark, desolate neighborhoods, parks and empty neon undergrounds of New York City. Czyli koszmar każdego członka gangu - muszą przejść przez całe miasto ścigani przez wrogie gangi - dla mnie wypas :) . Trailer Teraz już wiecie skąd pomysł na teledysk D12 "Fight Music". Nawiązania do "The Warriors" są oczywiste.
  • The Warriors is a 1979 American thriller film directed by Walter Hill and based on Sol Yurick's 1965 novel of the same name. It was released in the United States on February 9, 1979. The Warriors has since become a cult film, and it has spawned multiple spinoffs, including video games and a comic book series.
  • thumb|258pxThe Warriors (literalmente, Los guerreros; estrenada en España con el título de Los amos de la noche) es una película de Walter Hill de 1979 que actualiza, sobre la base de la novela The Warriors de Sol Yurick, que a su vez se inspira en la epopeya narrada por Jenofonte en la Anábasis. Si los griegos de Jenofonte huyen en el territorio hostil de Asia Menor, ahora la acción se traslada a Nueva York y los soldados son pandilleros.
  • Cyrus (Hill), leader of the Gramercy Riffs, the most powerful gang in New York City, calls a midnight summit of all New York area gangs, requesting them to send nine unarmed delegates toVan Cortlandt Park. The Warriors, from Coney Island, are one such gang. Cyrus proposes the assembled crowd a permanent citywide truce that would allow the gangs to control the city. Most of the gangs laud his idea, but Luther (Kelly), leader of the Rogues, shoots Cyrus and frames the Warriors. The Warriors "warlord" Cleon (Wright) is beaten down by the Riffs who believe the Warriors are responsible for Cyrus' death. With Cleon missing and presumed dead, the other Warriors escape. The Riffs put out a hit on the Warriors through a radio DJ (Thigpen). Swan (Beck), the gang's "war chief", takes charge of the group and they head back to the subway. Almost immediately, the Turnbull ACs attempt to run down the Warriors but they manage to escape and board the subway. On the ride to Coney Island, the train is stopped by a fire on the tracks, stranding the Warriors in Tremont, in the Bronx. Setting out on foot, they come across a gang called the Orphans who were not invited to Cyrus' meeting and who are sensitive regarding their low status in the city hierarchy. Swan makes peace with the Orphans leader, Sully (Greco), who agrees to let the Warriors through their territory peacefully. However, a woman named Mercy (Van Valkenburgh) mocks Sully as a "chicken" and instigates a confrontation, which the Warriors avoid by using a Molotov cocktail. Mercy decides to follow the Warriors. When they arrive at the 96th Street and Broadway station in Manhattan, they are chased by police. Three of them make the train to Union Square, while Fox (Waites), struggling with a police officer, falls to the tracks and is run over by a train while Mercy escapes. Swan and the remaining three Warriors are chased into Riverside Park by the Baseball Furies where a fight ensues and the Warriors are victorious. After the fight, Ajax (Remar) notices a lone woman (Ruehl) in the park, becomes sexually aggressive and is arrested when the woman turns out to be an undercover police officer. Arriving at Union Square, Vermin (Michos), Cochise (Harris), and Rembrandt (Sánchez) are seduced by an all-female gang called the Lizzies. Back at their hangout, the Lizzies draw weapons, but the trio escape, learning in the process that everyone believes they killed Cyrus. Having scouted ahead on his own, Swan returns to the 96th Street station, and finds Mercy there. More police show up and Swan and Mercy flee into the tunnel. They have an argument and Swan continues to Union Square where he reunites with the other Warriors. A fight ensues with the Punks but the Warriors defeat them. The Riffs are visited by a gang member who attended the earlier gathering and saw Luther firing the gun. The Warriors finally arrive at Coney Island, but find the Rogues waiting for them. Swan challenges Luther to fight one-on-one, but the Rogue leader pulls his gun instead. Swan throws a knife into Luther's wrist, disarming him. The Riffs then arrive and apprehend the Rogues, but not before acknowledging the courage of the Warriors. The DJ announces that the big alert has been called off and salutes the Warriors with a song. Swan, Mercy, and the rest of the gang walk down the beach, illuminated by the sunrise.
  • thumbThe Warriors es un videojuego de 2005 producido por la compañía Rockstar Games y desarrollado por Rockstar Toronto para PlayStation 2, Xbox y PlayStation Portable. El juego está basado en la película homónima de 1979, la cual estaba basada a su vez en la novela homónima de 1965 escrita por Sol Yurick.
  • The film was adapted from the novel of the same name by Michael Strip, published in the mid 1960s. Due to the time difference, the film is noticeably different to the novel. The most notable difference is that the novel consists entirely of text that describes the events, while the film reveals the story through use of visuals and imagery.
  • Cyrus (Roger Hill), leader of the Gramercy Riffs, the most powerful gang in New York City, calls a midnight summit of all New York area gangs, requesting them to send nine unarmed delegates to Van Cortlandt Park. The Warriors, from Coney Island, are one such gang. Cyrus proposes the assembled crowd a permanent citywide truce that would allow the gangs to control the city. Most of the gangs laud his idea, but Luther (Kelly), leader of the Rogues, shoots Cyrus and frames the Warriors. The Warriors "warlord" Cleon (Wright) is beaten down by the Riffs who believe the Warriors are responsible for Cyrus' death. With Cleon missing and presumed dead, the other Warriors escape. The Riffs put out a hit on the Warriors through a radio DJ (Thigpen). Swan (Beck), the gang's "war chief", takes charge of the group and they head back to the subway. Almost immediately, the Turnbull ACs attempt to run down the Warriors but they manage to escape and board the subway. On the ride to Coney Island, the train is stopped by a fire on the tracks, stranding the Warriors in Tremont, in the Bronx. Setting out on foot, they come across a gang called the Orphans who were not invited to Cyrus' meeting and who are sensitive regarding their low status in the city hierarchy. Swan makes peace with the Orphans leader, Sully (Greco), who agrees to let the Warriors through their territory peacefully. However, a woman named Mercy (Van Valkenburgh) mocks Sully as a "chicken" and instigates a confrontation, which the Warriors avoid by using a Molotov cocktail. Mercy decides to follow the Warriors. When they arrive at the 96th Street and Broadway station in Manhattan, they are chased by police. Three of them make the train to Union Square, while Fox (Waites), struggling with a police officer, falls to the tracks and is run over by a train while Mercy escapes. Swan and the remaining three Warriors are chased into Riverside Park by the Baseball Furies where a fight ensues and the Warriors are victorious. After the fight, Ajax (Remar) notices a lone woman (Ruehl) in the park, becomes sexually aggressive and is arrested when the woman turns out to be an undercover police officer. Arriving at Union Square, Vermin (Michos), Cochise (Harris), and Rembrandt (Sánchez) are seduced by an all-female gang called the Lizzies. Back at their hangout, the Lizzies draw weapons, but the trio escape, learning in the process that everyone believes they killed Cyrus. Having scouted ahead on his own, Swan returns to the 96th Street station, and finds Mercy there. More police show up and Swan and Mercy flee into the tunnel. They have an argument and Swan continues to Union Square where he reunites with the other Warriors. A fight ensues with the Punks but the Warriors defeat them. The Riffs are meanwhile visited by a gang member who attended the earlier gathering, a witness to Luther firing the gun. The Warriors finally arrive at Coney Island, but find the Rogues waiting for them. Swan challenges Luther to fight one-on-one, but the demented Rogue leader pulls his gun instead. Swan throws a knife into Luther's wrist, disarming him. The Riffs then arrive and apprehend the Rogues, but not before acknowledging the courage of the Warriors. Swan, Mercy, and the rest of the gang walk down the beach, illuminated by the sunrise. The DJ announces that the big alert has been called off and salutes the Warriors with a song.
  • The Warriors is a short story by Larry Niven in his Known Space universe and with ties into many other stories set in Known Space.
  • The Warriors are an American hardcore punk band. Their song "The Price of Punishment" is featured in the Daredevil episode Dogs to a Gunfight.
  • The Warriors were a wrestling tag-team and former FcW Tag-Team Champions for the Fearless Championship Wrestling(FcW). It consists of the 2007 Race Against Time Battle Royal winner Kevin Conner and, Colt "The 45" Sykes The team came to a end when Kevin Conner lost his match against John Cavanagh and left the FcW.
  • The Warriors are the titular main characters of the 1979 American cult action/thriller film "The Warriors". They are a gang in 1979, which mostly lived around West Coney Island, Brooklyn, in New York City. However, after the war with The Destroyers, they gained the East part as well. The Warriors were originally lead by Cleon, however, when Cleon is killed by The Gramercy Riffs at Cyrus's Meeting, Swan leads from that point on. After the events of the movie, it is unknown what happened to the gang.
  • The game takes place 3 months before the big meeting. The game starts with Cleon and Vermin inducting 2 young members into The Warriors. Ash, a young thug who grew up in Coney who had a great interest to join the Warriors. And Rembrandt, a young graffiti artist as well as a close friend to Ash. Rembrandt became recognize by The Warriors because of his talent as well as his toughness to look after himself. Rembrandt convinced Ash to also join the Warriors with him. After Cleon initiated Rembrandt and Ash, Vermin showed both of the young members how they operate around Coney. This was short lived when The Destroyers caused havoc around The Warriors turf as well as alarm the police of gang warfare and also making Cleon round up all of The Warriors who were out on partol that night. After taking care of some group of Destroyers, The Warriors returned to their hangout to find their wall been graffitied by The Destroyers in their logo. Cleon was enraged by this and order Rembrandt to march to East Coney, The main turf parts of The Destroyers, to spray The Warriors logo all around East Coney. Vermin lead Rembrandt, Cowboy and Ajax around East Coney to tag over some of The Destroyers tags as well as fight some on the way. After doing so Vermin made a joke to Rembrandt to spray The Warriors logo over The Destroyers's logo in their hangout, Rembrandt didn't like the idea of going into the hangout because he thinks The Destroyers are waiting for The Warriors to attack them, only to lead them into a ambush. Ajax ignored what Rembrandt said and stormed off with one of his spray cans to the hangout. Rembrandt, Vermin and Cowboy had no choice but to sneak to the hangout graffiti over The Destroyer's logo as well as find Ajax. After Rembrandt sprayed The Warriors's logo over The Destroyer's, Ajax appears and tells them that everything was okay and that no one was around this was because Ajax went inside the hangout and taged a "W" on the back of Virgil while he was sleeping. The 4 Warriors made their way back to West Coney to tell the good news to Cleon. A few days after that Vermin and Snow wanted to take Ash to a Stripper club in Harlem called "The Black Cat". They also asked if Cleon wanted to come along but he decline the offer. While on their way to Harlem, their train car stopped in Riverside due to a blackout around the area this also broke out a massive full-scale riot around the town. After the 3 warriors went through many stores to steal jewelry, cash and radios before going back to Coney due to the train stop working.