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These are the pics. I scanned from LOOK Magazine. Damn do these folks look old!

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Here are the protesters in front of a theater

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And last but not least, our favorite gay warrior pretending to be tough. Jajajajaja!

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Sometime around when [i]The Warriors[/i] came to the big screen...

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Hey, thanks. Very nice.
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yup, '79 was a while ago, but Mr. Remar still floats my boat.
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Thank you for posting these up.

I have exactly the same "boat" feelings about Mr. Beck!!! LOL
Hot even after all these years---and honestly, when he is clean shaved--he still looks younger than his years.

And when you realize how old they really are-MB was 30 when he played Swan-they haven't aged badly-!! Hope everyone looks that good "when".

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"Old"? Most definitely not.

"Luther" didn't even change much. :D

And DJaw finally grew a whole visible face! ;)

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It would be nice to see all the original Warriors on a special look back when the remake comes out. Thanks for the pics.
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That dude fighting Rembrant looks about 50 :lol:

He's prorbably the leaders Grandad.
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It's good to know that if the acting work ever dries up completely, Michael Beck will always be able to get a gig as Santa Claus come Christmas time.

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By the way, based on the photo one could suspect that the number of protesters was smaller than that of the Warriors in the closing scenes of the film...

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No film has ever made me want to hurt anyone.

Do-gooders like in the photo above do! :x They probably hadn't even watched it.
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They do my head in too. When are these people going to learn that the more they protest against a film, the more people are going to want to see it and the more money it will make. It happened with The Exorcist and it happened more recently with The Passion of the Christ. I bet Mel Gibson was laughing all the way to the bank. Some directors even used to pay people to protest against their films to give them more publicity. Having said all that, when the remake is released, you might just find me outside the cinema, holding a board that says: 'Why was this movie made?'.

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The way to protest against the remake, or any other remakes, is simply not paying to see it in any form. See it if you need, just don't spend money on that.

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I'm a big Assault On Precinct 13 fan, but I avoided paying to see the pointless remake, I'll probably just catch it on TV. But the Warriors remake, that'll be a little harder to avoid. I reckon curiosity will probably get the better of me.

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Thanks for the post. I was curious to see how Michael Beck had aged :)

Cheers!

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I'm sure if Michael Beck shaved, he would look younger. When a man gets to the point where his facial hair turns white, he should keep himself clean shaven until the hair on his head turns white as well. That's only my opinion.
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