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Mad Max 2
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Literature for
The Road Warrior (1981) More at IMDbPro »Mad Max 2 (original title)

Original Literary Source
Ruhen, Carl. "Mad Max 2". (Sydney, New South Wales, Australia), QB Books, 1981, Pg. 136, (BK), 0725511834, (Novelization of the Screenplay by Terry Hayes & George Miller)

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

Essays
Peary, Danny. "the Sleepers, the Weird and the Wonderful". In: "Cult Movies 3: 50 More of the Classics", Simon and Schuster New York, 1988, (BK), 0671648101

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