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New Unseen Production Photo - Punks

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Here's another hidden gem:
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before you see the whole photo, it looks like the cowboy is trying to shove his gun in Konrads pocket.
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Beautiful Simply Beautiful,makes me wonder if The Cast ever Took pictures on Set,that would be a Treasure Trove of Gems to any Warriors Fans!!

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Ninth Delegate wrote:before you see the whole photo, it looks like the cowboy is trying to shove his gun in Konrads pocket.
Hehe, that's cool! I never noticed that + I guess it's an homage to the mechanical cowboy that Hinton shoots it out with in Sol Yurick's book...

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Also noticed the blades of grass on the front of the arcade machine, forms the letter W
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Ninth Delegate wrote:Also noticed the blades of grass on the front of the arcade machine, forms the letter W

Good catch! The cowboy game is the obvious nod to the Yurick book where the "Swan" character plays the game.

I wonder if Walter Hill actually tried to film Swan in the movie surveying this game, or maybe even playing it.

Oh how I still pine away for additional filmed footage from the movie....
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