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    Mad Max (Roadshow Film Distributors, 1979). One Sheet (27" X 41"). The first of the series that made Mel Gibson famous internationally, this is one of the hardest-edged films ever shot. From the spectacular car crashes (among them director George Miller's personal van) to the horror of Max watching as the biker gang kills his wife and child, this film takes no mercies with its characters or audience. The final scene with the villain's choice of sawing through tempered steel handcuffs or through the muscle and bone of his leg, as the bomb ticks, leaves you with one final chill before the credits roll. This one sheet has edge wear and tears with chips and stains, and fold wear with small separations. Fine-.

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    November, 2005
    13th Sunday
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