Directed by Walter Hill and released in 1979, The Warriors was an awesome cult classic that people still loved today. The story of a New York City gang having to fight their way back to Coney Island while pursued by every other gang in the city has given us tons of great characters, memorable lines, and awesome action. Here are 10 scenes in particular that are just flat out great.
The awesome intro
The Grammercy Riffs
The Radio DJ (who was also on Where In The World Is Carmen Sandiego?)
The moments get even more awesome from here...
The crazy gangs that populate New York
Meeting The Orphans and Mercy
The fight against The Baseball Furies
Running from The Lizzies
The fight against The Punks
The most famous line from the movie
Bonus: the awesome video game they made of it nearly 30 years after the movie!
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