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Warriors and 1979
In the 1979 film The Warriors, the eponymous gang go to a meeting in Van Cortlandt Park in the Bronx, and have to fight their way out of the borough and get back to Coney Island in Brooklyn.
* Hunter, Robert Warriors of the Rainbow: A Chronicle of the Greenpeace Movement ( New York: Holt, Rinehart and Winston, 1979 ).
Themes from the Anabasis were used in Sol Yurick's novel The Warriors, which was later adapted into a 1979 cult movie of the same name, and finally a Rockstar Games video game in 2005.
* The " Baseball Furies ", one of the more memorable street gangs from the 1979 film The Warriors hail from Riverside Park.
* The Warriors ( 1979 ) The Warriors emerge from the 72nd street subway station ( Baseball Furie's Turf ) and run to Riverside Park, where they easily defeat The Baseball Furies.
Shogun Warriors were licensed in 1979 – 1980 for a 20 – issue series by Marvel Comics, written by Doug Moench and featuring art by Herb Trimpe.
Between February 1979 and July 1979, Marvel had the comic book rights to both Godzilla and the Shogun Warriors.
The arena hosted games of the NBA Finals in 1975 when the Bullets played the Golden State Warriors and again in 1978 and 1979 vs. the Seattle SuperSonics.
* The Punks, a gang from the 1979 film The Warriors have a turf in the subway station of The Bowery.
Johnson cited Eliot's The Waste Land poem, the 1981 Mel Gibson film, Mad Max 2, and the 1979 film, The Warriors as inspirations.
* The Warriors ( video game ) ( 2005 – 2007 ), based on the 1979 film of the same name ( see above )
In 1979, he was selected in the 8th round ( 155th pick ) of the NBA Draft by the Golden State Warriors.
In 1979, Pacific dipped its feet into publishing when they released Warriors of Shadow Realm, a John Buscema portfolio of six signed, colored plates meant to accompany a Doug Moench and Buscema three-issue Weirdworld epic-fantasy tale which ran in Marvel Comics Super Special # 11-13 ( June-Oct. 1979 ).
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She appeared notably as the omniscient Radio DJ in The Warriors, and as ( Leonna Barrett ) the mother of an expelled student in Lean on Me, a story of famous American principal Joe Louis Clark.
She appeared in all of Season 17's stories and then her character was written out in the third to last story of Season 18 in the story entitled Warriors ' Gate.
She also did characters voices in Free Willy, Mythic Warriors: Guardians of the Legend, The Busy World of Richard Scarry, The Neverending Story, Rolie Polie Olie, Bad Dog and Marvin the Tap-Dancing Horse.
She has also done voices for various animated TV series featuring Jayce and the Wheeled Warriors, Babar, AlfTales, My Pet Monster, Sylvanian Families, Tales from the Cryptkeeper, The Rosey and Buddy Show, Rupert, The New Archies, Little Shop and WildC. A. T. S ..
She continued her role as Nancy in A Nightmare on Elm Street 3: Dream Warriors ( 1987 ), in which she co-starred alongside Patricia Arquette and Laurence Fishburne, and Wes Craven's New Nightmare ( 1994 ), in which she played herself, and through events in the narrative, she is compelled to reprise her role as Nancy Thompson.
She went on to feature in over 30 TV shows, including The Big Breakfast, Hotel Babylon, Ice Warriors ; and in 2002 the co-presenting role alongside Joe Mace on the first series of the BBC's flagship children's program The Saturday Show.
She is a playable character in the Samurai Warriors games and in Pokémon Conquest ( Pokémon + Nobunaga's Ambition in Japan ), with her partner Pokémon being Larvesta and Volcarona.
She helped her team, the Warriors, win the team championship, but was eliminated in the semi-finals of the individual competition by fellow model Leilani Dowding.
She briefly entered a relationship with Bandit, a former New Warriors member, eerily reminiscent of Gambit, but Gambit subsequently revealed he was manipulating her.
She edited the spoken word anthology, Word Warriors: 35 Women Leaders in the Spoken Word Revolution.
She also appeared in many TV shows in the UK and the U. S. – Ironside, Dundee and the Culhane, Doctor Who ( The Time Monster, Warriors of the Deep ), Smiley's People, etc.
She has also been working as creating voices in animation such as Star Wars: Ewoks, Star Wars: Droids, Babar The Care Bears, Rupert, Beverly Hills Teens, Babar, Little Shop, Dinosaucers, Jayce and the Wheeled Warriors, Madballs, My Pet Monster, Cadillacs and Dinosaurs, Ned's Newt, The Neverending Story, Flash Gordon, ALF: The Animated Series, Mythic Warriors: Guardians of the Legend, Bad Dog, Little Rosey, Blazing Dragons, The Busy World of Richard Scarry, Committed, George Shrinks, The Animal Shelf, Franklin, Quads !, Marvin The Tap-Dancing Horse, Little Bear and Sam and Max: Freelance Police.
Other television compositions included Wizards and Warriors ( 1983 ), Fame ( 1984 ), Lime Street ( 1985 ), Christine Cromwell ( 1989 ) and My Life and Times ( 1991 ) as well as the television films Murder in Three Acts ( 1986 ), Double Agent ( 1987 ), Police Story: The Watch Commander ( 1988 ), My First Love ( 1988 ), She Knows Too Much ( 1989 ) and the feature film Number One with a Bullet ( 1987 ).
She subsequently rewrote some of the lyrics on to " Warriors of the Sun ", as can be heard on the version of the song that appears on 1989's Speaking of Dreams.
She is perhaps best known for her role as Elaine Parker in the 1987 hit horror film A Nightmare on Elm Street 3: Dream Warriors and its sequel, A Nightmare on Elm Street 4: The Dream Master ( 1988 ).
She and Swan fall in love, and she is seen in The Warriors ' hangout after the main story is concluded.
She mostly served as a supporting character for Namor until she was cast as a founding member of the New Warriors in 1989.
She played a prominent role in the first three volumes of the team's book, and has appeared several times in the solo comics of her Warriors teammate and sometimes-romantic interest Nova.