From The Grindhouse Cinema Database
Mad Max (1979, AUS) is a Post-Apocalyptic-Crime film directed by George Miller. It is followed by The Road Warrior.
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- Featured in: Not Quite Hollywood
- Included in: 20 Outrageous Ozploitation Classics
- Included in: Post-Apocalypse Now: Cult Classic Cinema of the Wasteland
- Released in 1979
- Running Time: 93 Min.
- Production Co: Kennedy Miller Productions | Crossroads | Mad Max Films
- Distribution Co: Roadshow Entertainment (1979) (Australia) (theatrical) | Columbia-EMI-Warner (1979) (UK) (theatrical) | Warner-Columbia Filmverleih (1980) (Germany) (theatrical) | American International Pictures (AIP) (1980) (USA) (theatrical) | Ambassador Film Distributors (1980) (Canada) (theatrical) (dubbed) | Victor Michailides (198?) (Greece) (theatrical)
- Directed by George Miller
- Written by George Miller, Byron Kennedy, James McCausland, George Miller
- Starring: Mel Gibson, Joanne Samuel, Hugh Keays-Byrne, Steve Bisley
- Produced by Byron Kennedy, Bill Miller
- Original Music by Brian May
- Cinematography by David Eggby
- Film Editing by Cliff Hayes, Tony Paterson
- The Maximum Force of the Future.
- The last law in a world gone out of control. Pray that he's out there somewhere.
- When the gangs take over the highway....Remember he's on your side.
- The Film That Started It All