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Mad Max(1979)

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  • Mad Max (1979) -- (Movie Clip) My Threat Collection

    First visit to the "Halls Of Justice" cop shop in post-acopalypse Australia,...more>

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  • Mad Max (1979) -- (Movie Clip) He's My Prisoner

    Things go badly as Goose (Steve Bisley), holding thug "Johnny The Boy" (Tim...more>

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  • Australian Cinema -- (Movie Promo) Friday Night Spotlight

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  • Mad Max - (U.S. Trailer)

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  1. Mad Max (1979) -- (Movie Clip) My Threat Collection

    movie clip - Mad Max (1979) -- (Movie Clip) My Threat Collection

  2. Mad Max (1979) -- (Movie Clip) He's My Prisoner

    movie clip - Mad Max (1979) -- (Movie Clip) He's My Prisoner

  3. Mad Max - (U.S. Trailer)

    trailer clip - Mad Max - (U.S. Trailer)

  4. Australian Cinema -- (Movie Promo) Friday Night Spotlight

    movie clip - Australian Cinema -- (Movie Promo) Friday Night Spotlight

  1. Mad Max (1979) -- (Movie Clip) My Threat Collection airing:
    • First visit to the "Halls Of Justice" cop shop in post-acopalypse Australia, injured Goose (Steve Bisley) shows partner Max (Mel Gibson) the new car, then chief Fifi (Roger Ward) handles a bureaucrat (Jonathan Hardy) and relays a warning, early in George Miller's original Mad Max, 1979.
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  2. Mad Max (1979) -- (Movie Clip) He's My Prisoner airing:
    • Things go badly as Goose (Steve Bisley), holding thug "Johnny The Boy" (Tim Burns), finds out from fellow cops Fifi (Roger Ward) and Max (Mel Gibson) that none of the witnesses against his prisoner showed up, in George Miller's Australian post-apocalypse crime yarn Mad Max, 1979.
    • video formats
    • teaser images
      • 120x60
      • 188x141
      • 219x119
      • 223x104
  3. Mad Max - (U.S. Trailer) airing:
  4. Australian Cinema -- (Movie Promo) Friday Night Spotlight airing: