THE CAMERAMAN
1928, Warner Bros., 69 min, USA, Dir: Buster Keaton

Buster has a huge crush on Sally, an adorable office worker for MGM Newsreels. Buster gives up his tintyping job and gets himself a camera, with a new plan to catch the attention of both Sally and MGM. The novice cameraman is in the right place at the right time to capture on film a Tong war smack in the middle of Chinatown - and must narrowly escape plenty of disasters, Buster-style! In a clever meta-comment on impressing the studios, this delightful comedy was originally an MGM production.


MAD MAX BEYOND THUNDERDOME
1985, Warner Bros., 107 min, Australia, Dir: George Miller

Max (Mel Gibson) finds himself among a group of children being oppressed by matriarchal uber-capitalist Tina Turner.


MAD MAX 2: THE ROAD WARRIOR
1982, Warner Bros., 94 min, Australia, Dir: George Miller

Hockey mask-wearing Lord Humungus whips his speed freaks into a frenzy, while Road Warrior Mel Gibson tries to save the remnants of civilization in director George Miller’s lean, mean, thrill machine.


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