Mad Max (1979)

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Actors (voice):  Mel Gibson, Joanne Samuel, Hugh Keays-Byrne

Genre: Apocalyptic, Action, Adventure, Thriller

Release date: 1979

IMDb description: A vengeful Australian policeman sets out to avenge his partner, his wife and his son whom were murdered by a motorcycle gang in retaliation for the death of their leader.

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I don't have to work with a blasphemer.

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You can hear this line at 00:05:00 in the DVD version of the movie.

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61 00:04:55,084 --> 00:04:56,544 I think we're still mobile.
62 00:04:56,669 --> 00:04:58,630 For Christ's sake, shove over!
63 00:04:59,088 --> 00:05:00,715 You're blaspheming again.
64 00:05:00,882 --> 00:05:03,343 I don't have to work with a blasphemer.
65 00:05:16,481 --> 00:05:19,692 Big Bopper to March Hare. We're still in the game, okay?
66 00:05:20,193 --> 00:05:21,694 Understand this.
67 00:05:21,694 --> 00:05:23,613 That Scag and his floozy...
68 00:05:23,780 --> 00:05:25,156 ...they're gonna die!

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