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Escape from the Bronx (1983)
"Fuga dal Bronx" (original title)

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A rag-tag group of people must fight extermination squads amid their ruined city.



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Cast overview, first billed only:
Mark Gregory ...
Floyd Wrangler
Valeria D'Obici ...
Moon Grey
Giancarlo Prete ...
Strike (as Timothy Brent)
Paolo Malco ...
Vice President Hoffman
Ennio Girolami ...
President Henry Clark (as Thomas Moore)
Antonio Sabato ...
Alessandro Prete ...
Massimo Vanni ...
Big Little Man
Andrea Coppola ...
Jay the Photographer
Eva Czemerys ...
Trash's Mother
Moana Pozzi ...
Romano Puppo ...
Trash's Father
Carla Brait ...
Maurizio Fardo ...
Bald Reporter - GCC Press Conference


A vicious corporation tries to kill and starve the last remaining habitants of the Bronx in order to build their own high-rise developments. A lone long-haired, hot-tempered warrior, Trash, is his only obstacle. Trash, a psychopathic bomb-maker and his equally psychopathic preschool son and an annoying activist help him out by kidnapping "the President" (of the corporation), a Richard Dreyfuss look-alike. Henry Silva plays another psychopath, this one on the side of the corporations. A favorite movie of Mystery Science Theater 3000 series. Written by Jonah Falcon <>

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The first to die were the lucky ones!


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2 September 1983 (USA)  »

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Escape from the Bronx  »

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2.35 : 1
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Carla Brait:  as the Ironman leader from the first movie (1990: The Bronx Warriors (1982)). See more »


The gun Big Little Man tossed to Trash was a 6 shooter yet Trash fires 8 bullets. See more »


Trash's Father: Who the hell wants to move to New Mexico?
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Featured in Mystery Science Theater 3000: Escape 2000 (1996) See more »

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More Ultra-Trash From Castellari
14 February 2008 | by (Salzburg, Austria) – See all my reviews

Enzo G. Castellari definitely is a gifted director of Westerns (such as "Keoma"), Crime flicks (such as "Street Law") or War cinema ("Deadly Mission"). His extremely trashy 'Bronx' films are definitely no highlights of his career, more precisely they are about as dumb as films get, but they're nevertheless highly entertaining pieces of trash cinema."Fuga Dal Bronx" aka. "Escape From The Bronx" of 1983 is the even trashier sequel to the, already very trashy "1990: The Bronx Warriors" (1982), which was only made to cash in on the success of films like "Escape from NY" or "The Warriors. This is, on the one hand, even sillier than its successor, but on the other hand even more action-packed and entertaining, and a film that Italian Trash enthusiasts should not miss.

10 years after the events in "1990: The Bronx Warriors", the owner of a company is planning to tear down the hellish gangland of the Bronx, in order to build a new Utopian center of New York. Officially, the inhabitants are offered houses in New Mexico, but they are really forced out of their neighborhood by extermination squads lead by the unscrupulous Floyd Wrangler (the great Henry Silva), who has ordered to kill everybody who refuses to leave. Tough biker and former gang leader Trash (Mark Gregory, who played the same role in the first film), decides to fight back...

The story is even more forgettable than in "Bronx Warriors", but the constant violent action in "Fuga dal Bronx" makes up for the moronic plot. It's an enormous number of explosions and violent killings as well as the wonderful trash-feeling that makes this film worthwhile. Although this film was made only 1 year after its successor, Mark Gregory fits in his role quite well now. I didn't like him in the first film, since he still looked like a teenager, and even though the guy is not much of an actor, he fits in the role of Trash quite well now. In exchange for the true stars of the first film, Fred Williamson and Vic Morrorw, "Escape From The Bronx" features one of the greatest icons of Italian genre cinema, Henry Silva, as the villain. All things considered, I wouldn't generally recommend "Fuga dal Bronx", but it is definitely worthwhile for my fellow fans of trash flicks. Enjoyable for fans!

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