Mad Max 2: The Road Warrior (1981)

Greetings from the Humungus

Humungus (Kjell Nilsson) and his dogs of war descend upon Pappagallo’s (Michael Preston) tribe in an effort to gain control of the gasoline tanker. The Feral Kid (Emil Minty) makes use of his boomerang in taking out the Golden Youth (Jerry O’Sullivan).

Directed by George Miller.

Released in 1981 by Warner Bros..

Your MOVIECLIP has been shared on Facebook
 

related tags 

  • character-type: Punk
  • character-type: Maniac
  • character-type: Child
  • character-type: Bad Guy
  • action: Throw
  • action: Catch
  • action: Laugh
  • action: Threaten
  • action: Drive
  • editors-choice: Bad Guys
  • editors-choice: Weapons
  • primary-genre: Sci-Fi and Fantasy
  • primary-genre: Foreign
  • secondary-genre: Sci-Fi & Fantasy
  • secondary-genre: Action Sci-Fi & Fantasy
  • secondary-genre: Australia/ New Zealand
  • mood: Violent
  • mood: Tuff
  • prop: Bow and Arrow
  • prop: Microphone
  • prop: Car
  • setting: Outdoors
  • setting: Desert
  • theme: Compromise
  • theme: Life and Death
  • theme: Conflict
  • theme: Power
  • actor: Emil Minty
  • actor: Max Phipps
  • actor: Vernon Wells
  • actor: Mel Gibson
  • actor: Steve J. Spears
  • actor: Guy Norris
  • actor: Kjell Nilsson
  • actor: Jerry O'Sullivan
  • actor: David Slingsby
  • actor: Virginia Hey
  • actor: Tony Deary
  • actor: Michael Preston
  • director: George Miller
  • producer: Byron Kennedy
  • cinematographer: Dean Semler
  • editor: Tim Wellburn
  • costume-designer: Norma Moriceau
  • role-name: Max
  • role-name: Wez
  • role-name: Quiet Man
  • role-name: Pappagallo
  • role-name: Golden Youth
  • role-name: The Feral Kid
  • role-name: The Toadie
  • role-name: Grinning Mohawker
  • role-name: Warrior Woman
  • role-name: The Humungus
  • role-name: Bearclaw Mohawk
  • role-name: Mechanic
  • screenwriter: Brian Hannant
  • screenwriter: George Miller
  • year: 1981
  • studio: Warner Bros.