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Literature for
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Essays
Peary, Danny. In: "Cult Movies: a Hundred Ways to Find the Reel Thing", Vermilion London, 1982, (BK), 0091506018
Peary, Danny. "the Sleepers, the Weird and the Wonderful". In: "Cult Movies: the Classics", Dell Publishing Company New York, 1981, (BK), 0440516315

Original Literary Source
Kaye, Terry. "Mad Max". (Melbourne, Victoria, Australia), Circus Books, March 1979, Pg. 200, (BK), 0725518723, (Novelization of the Screenplay by James McCausland & George Miller)

Printed Media Reviews
Bernardin, Marc. "New TO DVD: Mad Max: Special Edition (B+)". In: "Entertainment Weekly" (USA), Vol. 1, Iss. 633, 4 January 2002, Pg. 53, (MG)

Interviews
Peary, Danny. ""Directing _Mad Max_ and _The Road Warrior_: An Interview with George Miller." Omni's Screen Flights/Screen Fantasies: The Future According to Science Fiction Cinema". Garden City, New York: Doubleday, 1984, 0385191995

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