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In a self-destructing world, a vengeful Australian policeman sets out to stop a violent motorcycle gang.

Director: George Miller
Writers: James McCausland, George Miller.

Release Date: 1979-04-12
Status: Released
Run time: 91 min / 1:31
Budget: $400,000
Revenue: $100,000,000
Production Companies : Kennedy Miller Productions, Crossroads, Mad Max Films, American International Pictures (AIP)
Production Country: Australia
Release Date: 1979-04-12
Status: Released
Run time: 91 min / 1:31
Budget: $400,000
Revenue: $100,000,000

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Mel Gibson
as Mad Max Rockatansky
Joanne Samuel
as Jessie Rockatansky
Hugh Keays-Byrne
as Toecutter
Steve Bisley
as Jim Goose, Main Force Patrol Officer
Tim Burns
as Johnny the Boy
Roger Ward
as Fifi
Lisa Aldenhoven
as Nurse
David Bracks
as Mudguts
Bertrand Cadart
as Clunk
David Cameron
as Underground Mechanic
Robina Chaffey
as Singer
Stephen Clark
as Sarse
Mathew Constantine
as Toddler
Jerry Day
as Ziggy
Reg Evans
as Station Master
Howard Eynon
as Diabando
Max Fairchild
as Benno
John Farndale
as Grinner
Peter Felmingham
as Senior Doctor
Sheila Florance
as May Swaisey
Nic Gazzana
as Starbuck
Hunter Gibb
as Lair
Vincent Gil
as Nightrider
Andrew Gilmore
as Silvertongue
Jonathan Hardy
as Labatouche
Brendan Heath
as Sprog
Paul Johnstone
as Cundalini
Nick Lathouris
as Grease Rat
John Ley
as Charlie
Steve Millichamp
as Roop
Phil Motherwell
as Junior Doctor
George Novak
as Scuttle
Geoff Parry
as Bubba Zanetti
Lulu Pinkus
as Nightrider's Girl
Neil Thompson
as TV Newsreader
Billy Tisdall
as Midge
Gil Tucker
as People's Observer
Kim Sullivan
as Girl in Chevvy
John Arnold
as Man Selling Dog
Joan Letch
as Fat Nancy's Waitress
Tom Broadbridge
as Fat Nancy's Customer
Vernon Weaver
as Fat Nancy's Customer
Paul Young
as Fat Nancy's Customer
Peter Culpan
as Caravan Driver
Di Trelour
as Caravan Driver's Wife
Peter Ford
as Arguing Couple
Christine Kaman
as Arguing Couple
Clive Hearne
as Tow Truck Driver in Diner
Telford Jackson
as Tow Truck Driver in Diner
Kerry Miller
as Gumchewer
Brendan Young
as Kid Outside Halls of Justice
Janine Ogden
Amanda Muggleton
as Biker's Moll (uncredited)
James McCausland
as Bearded Man in Apron (uncredited)


Directing George Miller Director
Writing James McCausland Screenplay
Writing George Miller Screenplay
Sound Brian May Original Music Composer
Camera David Eggby Director of Photography
Editing Cliff Hayes Editor
Editing Tony Paterson Editor
Writing Byron Kennedy Story
Writing George Miller Story
Production Byron Kennedy Producer
Art Jon Dowding Art Direction
Production Bill Miller Associate Producer
Costume & Make-Up Clare Griffin Costume Design
Costume & Make-Up Vivien Mepham Makeup Artist
Costume & Make-Up Ben Taylor Hairstylist
Crew Chris Murray Special Effects
Crew Grant Page Stunt Coordinator
Production John Hipwell Unit Production Manager

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