THE WARRIORS MOVIE (1979) - 40th ANNIVERSARY - Where Are They Now.

  • Published on Jan 25, 2019
  • In honour of the 40th anniversary of the release of The Warriors, here's an update of all your favourite actors and actresses from the movie.

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  • PianoAmante
    PianoAmante 5 days ago +1

    Hey how about the 2,000 extras? What happened to each and everyone of them?

  • Kanye East
    Kanye East 6 days ago +1

    How the fuck is my favourite character snow a fed what the fuck is this

  • Mama Mar
    Mama Mar 23 days ago +3

    The last pic is epic luv 😘😘😘

  • Jack Matthews
    Jack Matthews 24 days ago +3

    David Harris was only 19 Jesus Christ

  • SoS VyNes
    SoS VyNes 24 days ago +4

    Ajax was also in the 2 fast 2 furious movie! He actually turned out to be really pretty successful

  • kabeauregardajax
    kabeauregardajax Month ago

    Do you think they are still scrappin'? I mean.. Don't take them colours off for no one.

  • Ryan Smith
    Ryan Smith Month ago +1

    I wasn’t even born when this film came out but a good film will always find you.a cult classic which the soundtrack is superb to every scene

  • George Mcbride
    George Mcbride Month ago

    Fucking no1 The massive Glasgow gang culture took some inspiration from this classic movie.Trippy film

    • kabeauregardajax
      kabeauregardajax Month ago

      Hi ya George. Yeah. Edinburgh too. And VAMBO still rules.

  • Chris Donovan
    Chris Donovan Month ago

    That subway scene when the Warriors ran into those yuppies was Debra Winger their for cameo?

    • boogleben1
      boogleben1  Month ago

      No, the girl that people mistake for Debra Winger was Jodi Price.

  • bhk5150
    bhk5150 Month ago

    I remember all the hype back in the day, people used to be so scared to going to the movies to see it because of all the fear that there was gonna be violence.

  • Mark Woods
    Mark Woods Month ago +4

    This means I was fifteen when the Warriors came out and I still love the movie today. Have it on DVD!!

  • Norbert Rosenkranz
    Norbert Rosenkranz Month ago +5

    Thanks for this great and interesting Infos ... with some surprises news

  • jim todice
    jim todice Month ago +1

    Rembrandt looked like Paul Stanley of KISS!

  • bxdale83
    bxdale83 Month ago +1

    Marcelino Sanchez died of AIDS related cancer. He was gay

    • bxdale83
      bxdale83 12 days ago

      @Bagas Dwi Really

    • Bagas Dwi
      Bagas Dwi 12 days ago


    • SoS VyNes
      SoS VyNes 24 days ago

      That explains why he didn't dig the Lizzy chicks 😂😂

  • Roy Smothers
    Roy Smothers Month ago +2

    critics like nothing....they're a useless appendage

  • Attila709
    Attila709 Month ago +1

    Rembrandt always reminded me of Kirk Hammett of Metallica

  • lazaros lazarou
    lazaros lazarou Month ago +1

    man im only a little bloke but i was in the rockdale hoodz gang in the 70s the fight in the park with the baseball bats makes me cry everytime i watch warriors most of my gang friends were huge and good fighters i lived the same experience caught in a fight with skinheads in hyde park if it wasnt for my mate i would have been cleaned by the skinheads but as i said we had the best fighters and never lost a fight the best rockdale hoodz

  • Barry Clements
    Barry Clements Month ago +4

    A fantastic film, watched when I was a teenager myself. One of the ‘classics’ in my DVD collection, along with American Graffiti, Animal House and Blade Runner, all from that era.

  • Kyloind Roblox
    Kyloind Roblox Month ago +1

    I fans of ajax :v

  • david winson
    david winson Month ago +8

    Glad to see most of them still with us a. great cast / god bless the others who passed away that cancer is a fucking bastard.

  • Joe Martinez
    Joe Martinez Month ago +1

    why wasnt the blood hound gang mentioned about Marcilano Sanchez

  • D. I. D
    D. I. D Month ago

    lisa maurer looking good in her 60s funny im finding otherf films that they stared in and trying to poit them out i love digging

  • Jack Bones
    Jack Bones Month ago +8

    Cancer really sucks. R.i.p. to all the actors who died.

  • flashkraft
    flashkraft Month ago +3

    2:08 Windows from The Thing.

  • Modig Beowulf
    Modig Beowulf Month ago +3

    Merci was hot, and still is.

  • Gloomy Vale
    Gloomy Vale Month ago +12

    Screw what critics think, they are all prone to peer pressure anyway. The Warriors is, and will always be a great film.

  • Johannah Johari
    Johannah Johari Month ago +3

    I don't know about this movie🤔 but now I want to see this MOVIE ! 😃

  • Jason Jones
    Jason Jones 2 months ago +1

    Swan::When we get there, i want you to stick close by,,,,,OK.?
    Rembrandt::Don't worry, i don't feel like getting wrecked..

  • Daniel Garcia
    Daniel Garcia 2 months ago +5

    Nothing to say except it has lasted through the test of time. I love this movie and can enjoy it today as much as I did back in the day. Absolute cult classic. Still hate that Ajax was taken down like a punk while handcuffed.

    • who's your daddy
      who's your daddy Month ago

      They tried to warn him. You would think he'd get off in court though, except maybe for the assault police.

  • Oye Alaja-Browne
    Oye Alaja-Browne 2 months ago +7

    Excellent!!! Thanks for this👌🏾👍🏾

  • Augustus Gibbons
    Augustus Gibbons 2 months ago +14

    One of the best movies you have to see before you die!

  • Carl Jacobson
    Carl Jacobson 2 months ago +2

    I'm surprised that the Movie Studios haven't tried to re-make THE WARRIORS.
    Of course, it couldn't be set in New York anymore. It's either too gentrified and there's much less organized street gang activity and fewer gang wars compared to the 60's and 70's - OR it's super-gangs like MS-13 that control their turf. And Coney Island is controlled by the Russian Mafia.
    A WARRIORS - LOS ANGELES or DETROIT could maybe work?

    • Mr. Nobody
      Mr. Nobody 2 months ago

      Wouldnt work. You'd have to make it in some sort of dystopianish type future.

  • senarphis
    senarphis 2 months ago +4

    There ain't no comin' back, there AIN'T no comin' back... Can't believe you left out DPK's acting credit for The Crow...
    Was interesting to note that Mercy broke her arm during filming... glad they didn't put it in a sling, woulda missed out on a pair of tremendous bangers

  • Al Price
    Al Price 2 months ago +3

    One of my Top 25 movies of all time!!

    JOHN PETTY 2 months ago +3

    On LUTHER ... they have 48 HOURS, MIAMI VICE and LAW & ORDER as his main roles but for ME... in my mind anyway..... his roles in COMMANDO and DREAMSCAPE were also huge and should've been mentioned on here. And on LYNNE THIGPEN ... they left out that she was in LEAN ON ME !!! That was a huge movie in general.

    JOHN PETTY 2 months ago +2

    I am so glad that they included the LIZZIES !!!! LOL, I've seen about 2 other docu's and they didn't include them, thanks for that.

    JOHN PETTY 2 months ago +2

    OOOOH YEAH !!!! LOL, i forgot REMAR was in 48 HOURS !!! But that's not my main comment .... i came here to say JAMES turn his BACK on his humbled beginnings !!!! When the WARRIORS did another anniversary at CONEY ISLAND a few years back ..... JAMES didn't show up !!! I later find out he was doing BLACK LIGHTNING, don't know if that was the reason he didn't show .... but if it WASN'T .... that's LOW man. And YEAH, the WARRIORS film wasn't a giant giant movie, but it is CULT , and that's HUGE ........ he should've came.

  • Fabio
    Fabio 2 months ago +1

    James Remar was also in sex and the city for quite a few episodes as the milionaire Richard, that has an affair with Samantha

  • Wes Paul
    Wes Paul 2 months ago

    Thank you. 70s cinema, in my humble opinion was unparalleled. This was a bookend. Trivia, I'm sure I saw rollerskating boy in toilet in Wanderers. Anyone?

  • Jeffrey Wallis
    Jeffrey Wallis 2 months ago +5

    forgot to mention sonny landham, who played the role of the policeman that swan threw his baseball bat at during a chase through a train station. landham later appeared beside james remar in the movie 48 hours but was best known for his role as billy in predator. rest in peace sonny landham

  • DeadlyVenomKing
    DeadlyVenomKing 2 months ago +1

    Missed them warriors apparel back in the 90s

  • Darlene Pledgure
    Darlene Pledgure 2 months ago

    Bryan Tyler was and is so Foine.....don't get me talking bout James Remar

  • TheIkaika777
    TheIkaika777 2 months ago

    Sadly he died of AIDS at 28.

    • boogleben1
      boogleben1  2 months ago +2

      People with AIDS have bodies more vulnerable to certain diseases because their immune system is compromised. In Marcelino's case this resulted in cancer.

  • Halfmoonclub
    Halfmoonclub 2 months ago +4

    Top 3 favourite movie ever man.

    • Jack Mcmahon
      Jack Mcmahon 2 months ago +1

      Um excuse me, it's obviously spelled fave-ore-eht

  • *Kenya Doll*
    *Kenya Doll* 2 months ago +2

    The best movie ever i can watch it from start 2 finnish without compliant!!!

  • Alde Ambara Sakti
    Alde Ambara Sakti 2 months ago +1

    A small trivia for you guys.

    *Ronald Reagan loved the movie*

  • David McMullan
    David McMullan 2 months ago +1

    Michael Beck also starred in Xanadu.

  • Señor Gordon Freeman
    Señor Gordon Freeman 2 months ago

    I'd love to act in one movie only, just has a life experience, not to start an acting career.

  • Linda Lopez
    Linda Lopez 2 months ago +4

    Can You Dig It

  • foxandnews bad women
    foxandnews bad women 2 months ago

    Thanks for the updates, just wondering if you knew anything about the short Lizzy that was kissing all over vermin before they attacked them and they had to escape?. When they first met them in the subway she's the one that says hey before they switch back to swan

    • boogleben1
      boogleben1  Month ago

      @gotmilkforme Thanks for the info.

    • gotmilkforme
      gotmilkforme Month ago

      boogleben1 According to the IMDB she was in the episode “Soup Man” (1980) in the series “Insight” (1960-1981). No other details are listed for her either personal or professional.

    • boogleben1
      boogleben1  2 months ago

      Her name is Kate Klugman and I don't think she's been in anything else since.

  • Jack Le Ripper
    Jack Le Ripper 3 months ago +2

    It’s on....and we’re goin ......❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️

  • Anime Afro
    Anime Afro 3 months ago +6

    So glad to see the love still going for this film 40 years onward.

  • A Mother Fuhker
    A Mother Fuhker 3 months ago +3


  • Reshean Evans
    Reshean Evans 3 months ago +5

    A masterpiece

  • onesto1961
    onesto1961 3 months ago +1

    Excellent video, just one thing: did not mention a young Debra Winger, that played as one of the two girls in the subway near the end of the movie 🙂

    • boogleben1
      boogleben1  2 months ago

      @onesto1961 lol

    • onesto1961
      onesto1961 3 months ago

      @boogleben1 frankly speaking, i always thought it was Winger. Separate at birth, i guess....😁

    • boogleben1
      boogleben1  3 months ago

      Thanks. The two girls as part of the prom couples on the subway near the end of the movie are Jodi Price and Gwynn Press. Jodi Price is the one mistaken for Debra Winger.

  • Marc Colten
    Marc Colten 3 months ago +3

    Born and raised in Coney Island but that's not the only reason I love this film.

  • Mahesa Gaming
    Mahesa Gaming 3 months ago +1

    Nice i like his film

  • Elvio Bordignon
    Elvio Bordignon 3 months ago +3

    Please, much slowly .. thanks guys for unforgettable movie!!! Also remembering Marcelino Sánchez (Rembrandt). He was my preferred Warrior after Swan. RIP !!
    Italy loves you!!!

  • Big Al Maden
    Big Al Maden 3 months ago

    How come you did not mention the Lizzie blonde chick that was dancing? Otherwise great review of the GOAT! Love this movie.

    • boogleben1
      boogleben1  3 months ago

      Couldn't find a recent picture of her.

  • John Molloy
    John Molloy 3 months ago +1

    Cyrus was the "President" (Gang Leader) of the Gramercy Riffs, not the "War Lord". War Lords (War Chief) are the gangs 2nd in command, and take charge during rumbles, they're intelligent battle strategists, and they are the ones that setup and enforce gang protocol, and meet with other gang warlords during times of settling indifferences by setting up time, place and rules regarding weapons for rumbles. They take command of the gang in the absence of the "Gang Leader", "Chief" or "President".

    • boogleben1
      boogleben1  2 months ago +1

      We did all miss him. I saw an interview with Remar who said he wanted so badly to come back but he agreed that Ajax had to pay for his recklessness.

    • John Molloy
      John Molloy 2 months ago

      I liked Ajax's reply to Cochise's statement, "aaaah fuck him". That's why Ajax was such and individual stand out character. He was in the gang, with only soldier status, but he didn't recognize any hierarchy in the gang. He placed himself on the same level as everybody. That's why he challenged Swan, or even spoke to Cleon like they were more like friends instead of regarding him as any form of leader, and he didn't like getting "snapped at" by him. Notice he was always last, like he didn't like following anyone. And though it was considered that he "wasn't very smart", he was the only one who saw through Cyrus's bullshit, and wasn't caught up in the hype, in which they all understood and agreed to that's all it was, when they were on the train ride home. Ajax was reckless, and he took risky chances in most of his scenes and behaved like a prick, we all missed him after he was gone, the story took a new turn and the pace was slowed with out him.

    • boogleben1
      boogleben1  2 months ago

      Good catch. As soon as you clarified Cyrus was "President" I immediately remembered Cochise telling Ajax about Cyrus: "When you're president of the biggest gang in the city, you don't have to take no shit." Thanks for the correction.