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The Wanderers (1979)

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Director:

Phillip Kaufmann

Starring:

Karen Allen, Ken Wahl

Genres:

Crime, Action-Adventure, Cult Classics-Exploitation, Drama, Music, US Classics

Origin:

USA

Certificate:

M

Languages:

English

Running Time:

114 min

The Wanderers

synopsis


In the Bronx in 1963 all that mattered was the name on - your jacket. The Wanderers, led by heart throb Ritchie (Ken Wahl — TV's Wiseguy), are just one of the gangs fighting for turf in this darkly comic re-imagining of the golden age of American innocence. Love, loyalty and pretty girls keep The Wanderers, busy while they fend off The Baldies, The Duckie Boys and The Del Roys - and struggle to keep their crew together...no matter what.

Like West Side Story without the ballet slippers and American Graffiti without all the white folk, The Wanderers digs deep into 60's New York cool and delivers all the car fins, hair gel and be-bop your heart could desire. A cult classic directed by Academy Award nominee Philip Kaufman (The Right Stuff, The Unbearable Lightness of Being), and written by Academy Award nominee Richard Price (The Colour of Money; Clockers). Featuring a superb soundtrack full of sixties rock 'n' roll hits.

 
 

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