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Mad Max beyond Thunderdome


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The third adventure in the action-packed saga, starring
Mel Gibson
Tina Turner
From out of the post-apocalyptic wasteland comes Max, a lone wandererwhose only mission in life is survival. Arriving in the feudal community of Bartertown, Max comes to the attention of Aunty, the flamboyant local dictator, and is made an offer he cannot refuse - a fight to the death in the barbaric arena called
Thunderdome. Max had not planned on being a hero, but the consequences of that conflict force him to find a new destiny in this largely violent and hostile world.
Directors George Miller and George Ogilvie (1985)
* FILM REVIEWS pages 61-66


Unknown: Mel Gibson
Unknown: Tina Turner
Directors: George Miller
Directors: George Ogilvie
Mad Max: Mel Gibson
Aunty Entity: Tina Turner
Jedediah: Bruce Spence
Jedediah Jr: Adam Cockburn
The Collector: Frank Thring
The Master: Angelo Rossitto
The Blaster: Paul Larsson
Ironbar: Angry Anderson
Pigkiller: Robert Grubb
Savannah Nix: Helen Buday

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Mad Max beyond Thunderdome

BBC One London, 24 September 1994 21.10

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