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Wednesday, January 9, 2013

Sol Yurick – RIP – author of the novel The Warriors - posted by Don

which Walter Hill later turned into a screenplay. According to the New York Times Sol dies Saturday in Manhattan. He was 87.

Warriors – june 20, 1978 revised draft script by Walter Hill (From the novel by Sol Yurick) – hosted by: The Warriors Movie Site – in pdf format

Cyrus, the messianic leader of the largest gang in New York, declares a truce and calls a summit with all the major gangs in attendance. During the meeting, he expresses his wish to unify all the gangs into one large super-gang. During the summit, Cyrus is assasinated and the murder is pinned on a member of a gang known as the Warriors. Now, all the other gangs are hunting the Warriors down before they can prove their innocence. “CAN YOU DIG IT?”

Information courtesy of imdb.com

1 Comments so far

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Hilal
January 25th, 2013 at 1:21 pm

whats the change ,,, whats ( i also had ideas of a new revised script taking place in Chicago… replace gangs with the major car clubs, social clubs, bike clubs… let me know what you think ,, E-mail me or simply reply

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