Actors From the 1979 Cult Film ‘The Warriors’ Take One Last Subway Ride Back to Coney Island Together

Those of you, who have watched ‘'The Warriors”, you'll certainly agree with me that it’s one of the most epic movies of the latest seventies.
So, on September 13th, a fan-organized event allowed to the original cast members of the film, Michael Beck (Swan) David Harris (Cochise), Dorsey Wright (Cleon), Terry Michos (Vermin) and Thomas G. Waites (Fox) to reunite and ride the Q train out to Coney Island, Brooklyn. There, where the gang were for the first time invited to “come out to play“, hundreds of fans were waiting to celebrate with them, their cult favorite film. This final subway ride was part the event dedicated to the gang that provided inspiration for many local social clubs and they had the chance to speak with them.

One member, speaking to Rolling Stone, explained the purposes of the club. "Basically, this is a social club for Coney Island,” he said. "We started it for the youth though, because of all the gang violence that was happening in our town and what not. We tried to get all the youth to join us instead of joining real gangs.”
If you haven’t watch the movie yet, you should. It's just cult.

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