Custom Search
Bookmark and Share
SYNOPSIS | REVIEW | PRODUCTION NOTES | TRIVIA | PRESS | QUOTES | KIM NEWMAN ARCHIVE | MEDIA

Fuga del Bronx (1983)

Country of Origin: Italy
Year of Production: 1982
Running Times: 89m
Length:
Format: 35mm/Techniscope
Colour Format: colour
Aspect Ratio: 2.35:1
Sound: Dolby Stereo in selected theatres


DIRECTION

Directed by: Enzo G. Castellari


CREW

PRODUCTION
Production Company: Fulvia Film presents
A film produced by Fabrizio De Angelis
In Charge of Production: Claudio Grassetti

SCRIPT
Screenplay: Tito Carpi, Enzo G. Castellari
Based on a Story by: Tito Carpi

DIRECTION
Assistant Director: Giuseppe Giglietti
Continuity: Egle Guarino

PHOTOGRAPHY
Director of Photography: Blasco Giurato
Cameraman: Giancarlo Martella
Assistant Cameraman: Carlo Passari
Chief Electrician: Nazzareno Brescini
Key Grip: Vittorio Chessari
Stills Photographers: Antonio Benetti, Franco Vitale
Cameras & Equipment: Cinenoleggio

EDITING AND POST PRODUCTION
Film Editor: Gianfranco Amicucci
Assistant Editor: Roberto Amicucci
Cutting Room Assistant: Mauro Nonnis
Negatives: Eastmancolor
Laboratories: Telecolor S.p.A. - Rome

MUSIC
Music by: Francesco De Masi

SOUND
Sound Recordist: Massimo Loffredi
Boom Operator: Giulio Viggianion
Sound Studios: N.C. - Rome, International Recording - Rome
Mixage: Romano Pampaloni
Special Sound Effects: Cineaudio Effects

COSTUMES AND MAKE-UP
Costumes: Massimo Lentini
Costumes Assistant: Ingrid Mignone
Wardrobe: Mirella Pedetti
Costumes Furnished by: G.P. 11-Costumi D'Arte S.r.l.
Footwear: L.C.P. Pompei-Arditi
Make-up: Gianni Morosi
Make-up Assistant: Antonio Maltempo
Hairstyles: Giuseppina Bovino
Wigs: Rocchetti/Carboni

SPECIAL EFFECTS
Special Effects: Corridori

TITLES AND OPTICALS
Titles & Optical Effects: Penta Studio

DESIGN AND SET CONSTRUCTION
Art Director: Massimo Lentini
Assistant Designer: Riccardo Buzzanca
Set Furnishings: Rancati
Set Dressings: Bruno Schiavo
Props: Rodolfo Ruzza, Franco Vascotto
Set Construction: Giovanni Corridori, Antonio Corridori, Renato Agostini, Enzo Massari

OTHER CREW
Paymaster: Anna De Pedys
Production Assistants: Matteo Levi, Guglielmo Smeraldi, Giancarlo Tamantini
Transportation: Cinematografica Service S.r.l.

LOCATIONS
Locations: New York City, New York, USA; Rome, Lazio, Italy
Interiors Filmed at: De Paolis-In.Cir. Studios, Rome
Unit Manager: Pasquale Vannini

STUNTS
Stunt Coordinator: Riccardo Petrazzi


CAST

Mark Gregory (Trash)
Henry Silva (Dirk Wangler)
Valeria D'Obici (Moon)
Timothy Brent (Strike)

with
Paolo Malco (Vice President)
Thomas Moore (real name: Enio Girolami) (President Clark)

and featuring
Antonio Sabáto (Toblerone)

also appearing
Alessandro Prete (Junior)
Massimo Vanni (rebel with patch)
Andrea Coppola (Jay)
Eva Czemerys (Trash's mother)
Moana Pozzi (Birdy)
Romano Puppo (Trash's father)
Carla Brait
Maurizio Fardo (reporter)
Thomas Felleghy (reporter)
Salvatore Furnari


UNCREDITED CAST

Enzo G. Castellari (radio operator)
Paul Costello, Martin Sorrentino (reporters)
Mike Monty (gum-chewing policeman)


PLOT SUMMARY

A large corporation is trying to clear the Bronx for its own ends by starving the few remaining habitants to death using a blockade. Street warrior Trash stands in their way, allied with a rag-tag band of rebels who abduct the president of the corporation. A mercenary is sent into the Bronx to retrieve him and eliminate Trash.


AVAILABILITY

USA
Theatrical Distributor: New Line Cinema
Video Distributor: Media Home Entertainment


CENSORSHIP HISTORY

France
Rating: -12

Germany
Rating: 18

Norway
Rating: 18

USA
Rating: R


ALTERNATIVE TITLES

Escape From the Bronx - US title
Bronx Warriors 2 - UK title
Bronx Warriors 2 - The Battle of Manhattan
Escape 2000
- International English language title
Riffs II, The - Flucht aus der Bronx - German title


LINKS

SEQUEL TO
1990  I guerrieri del Bronx (1982)


REFERENCES

PERIODICALS

L'Ecran Fantastique 40 p.70
illustrated review

Segnocinema v.4 no.14 (September 1984) p.26
credits, review

Variety 4 May 1983 p.298
note

Variety 23 January 1985 p.16
credits, review by Lor

BOOKS

Hoffman's Guide to SF, Horror and Fantasy Movies 1991 - 1992 p.12
credits, review

Horror and Science Fiction Films III p.90
credits

OTHER SOURCES

screen
credits


KEYWORDS

corporations, the future, gangs, new york, post apocalypse, sequels

 


Last Updated: 8 December, 2009

 


All text on this page © 2000 - 2009  EOFFTV

Contact Us