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Mad Max 2(1981)

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Max Rockatansky returns as the heroic loner who drives the dusty roads of a postapocalyptic Australian Outback in an unending search for gasoline. Arrayed against him and the other scraggly defendants of a fuel-depot encampment are the bizarre warriors commanded by the charismatic Lord Humungus, a violent leader whose scruples are as barren as the surrounding landscape.

Director(s)
George Miller
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Producer(s)
Byron Kennedy
Language English
Genres AdventureActionThrillerScience Fiction
Runtime 1 hours, 35 minutes
Budget $2,000,000.00
Revenue $24,600,832.00
Production Kennedy Miller Productions
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