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Escape from the Bronx ()

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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Trash
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Floyd Wrangler
Valeria D'Obici ...
Moon Grey
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Strike (as Timothy Brent)
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Vice President Hoffman
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President Henry Clark (as Thomas Moore)
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Dablone / Toblerone
Alessandro Prete ...
Junior
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Big Little Man
Andrea Coppola ...
Jay the Photographer
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Trash's Mother
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Juana
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Trash's Father
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Iron Men Leader
Maurizio Fardo ...
Bald Reporter - GCC Press Conference
Tom Felleghy ...
Elegant Reporter - GCC Press Conference (as Thomas Felleghy)
Salvatore Furnari ...
Undetermined Role
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Lance Manley ...
Himself
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Radio Operator with Mustache (uncredited)
Giovanni Cianfriglia ...
Rebel / Disinfestor (uncredited)
Lewis E. Ciannelli ...
Reporter (uncredited) (voice)
Paul Costello ...
Mustachioed Reporter - GCC Press Conference (uncredited)
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Security Guard Delta 1 - Groundbreaking (uncredited)
Giovannella Grifeo ...
Woman Reporter #2 - GCC Press Conference (uncredited) (unconfirmed)
Steven Luotto ...
Trash (uncredited) (voice)
Edward Mannix ...
President Henry Clark (uncredited) (voice)
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Female Reporter #1 - GCC Press Conference (uncredited)
Tony Morgan ...
Rebel (uncredited)
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Reporter - GCC Press Conference (uncredited)
Riccardo Petrazzi ...
Fighter with Knife (uncredited)
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Biddle (uncredited) (voice)
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Hostage Wearing Bomb (uncredited)
Martin Sorrentino ...
Black Reporter - GCC Press Conference (uncredited)
Pat Starke ...
Moon Grey (uncredited) (voice)
Frank von Kuegelgen ...
Vice President Hoffman (uncredited) (voice)

Directed by

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Enzo G. Castellari

Written by

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Tito Carpi ... (based on a story by)
 
Tito Carpi ... (screenplay) and
Enzo G. Castellari ... (screenplay)

Produced by

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Fabrizio De Angelis ... producer

Music by

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Francesco De Masi

Cinematography by

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Blasco Giurato

Film Editing by

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Gianfranco Amicucci

Editorial Department

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Roberto Amicucci ... assistant editor

Art Direction by

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Massimo Lentini

Costume Design by

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Massimo Lentini

Makeup Department

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Giusy Bovino ... hair stylist (as Giuseppina Bovino)
Antonio Maltempo ... assistant makeup artist
Giovanni Morosi ... makeup artist (as Gianni Morosi)

Production Management

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Claudio Grassetti ... production manager
Pasquale Vannini ... unit manager

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Giuseppe Giglietti ... assistant director

Art Department

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Renato Agostini ... set constructor
Riccardo Buzzanca ... assistant designer
Antonio Corridori ... set constructor
Giovanni Corridori ... set constructor
Enzo Massari ... set constructor
Rodolfo Ruzza ... props
Bruno Schiavi ... set dresser
Franco Vascotto ... props

Sound Department

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Edmondo Gintili ... foley recordist / sound effects editor
Massimo Loffredi ... sound recordist
Romano Pampaloni ... sound mixer
Manuel Valdez ... commentary recordist
Giulio Viggiani ... boom operator

Special Effects by

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Giovanni Corridori ... special effects (as Corridori)

Stunts

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Riccardo Petrazzi ... stunt coordinator

Camera and Electrical Department

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Antonio Benetti ... still photographer
Nazzareno Brescini ... chief electrician
Vittorio Chessari ... key grip
Giancarlo Martella ... camera operator
Carlo Passari ... assistant camera
Franco Vitale ... still photographer

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Ingrid Mignone ... assistant costume designer
Mirella Pedetti ... wardrobe

Other crew

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Arditi ... footwear
Anna Maria De Pedys ... paymaster (as Anna De Pedys)
Egle Guarino ... continuity
Matteo Levi ... production assistant
Mauro Nonnis ... cutting room assistant
Guglielmo Smeraldi ... production assistant
Giancarlo Tamantini ... production assistant

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Storyline

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Plot Summary

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

Plot Keywords
Taglines The first to die were the lucky ones! See more »
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Also Known As
  • Escape 2000 (World-wide, English title)
  • Bronx Warriors 2 (Europe, English title)
  • Escape from the Bronx (United States)
  • Les guerriers du Bronx 2 (France)
  • Fuga del Bronx (Spain)
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Runtime
  • 89 min
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Did You Know?

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Trivia The full death toll in the uncut version is 174. There are 110 killed in shootings, 40 in explosions, 9 by flamethrowers, 1 by stabbing, 1 off-screen kill, 4 unknowns, 6 electrocutions, 2 bashed in the face with a helmet and 1 face turned to red mush after being hit with a shotgun butt. See more »
Goofs The gun Big Little Man tossed to Trash was a 6 shooter yet Trash fires 8 bullets. See more »
Movie Connections Featured in Escape 2000 (1996). See more »
Quotes Strike: [about the kidnapping plan] Hey wait a minute, wait a minute, what's in it for me?
Moon Grey: That's simple. If they want their president back, they have to put things back the way the were.
Trash: The Bronx will be back in the hands of the gangs, which means you'll go back to being the number one man for all the big robberies. Instead of hiding out down here, scratching your balls.
Strike: Hah! I like scratching my balls.
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