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The Warriors

The Book “The Warriors,” is Based on the Ancient Greek Text Anabasis, Which Xenophon Wrote. The Tex Told of Greek Mercenaries Stranded 1,000 Miles Behind Persian Lines.

Walter Hill directed The Warriors, a 1979 American action crime thriller film. In the United States, it was released in February 1979. After being framed for the murder of a respected gang leader, a fictitious New York City street gang must travel 30 miles from the north end of the Bronx to their home turf …

The Book “The Warriors,” is Based on the Ancient Greek Text Anabasis, Which Xenophon Wrote. The Tex Told of Greek Mercenaries Stranded 1,000 Miles Behind Persian Lines. Read More »

Big bob

Big Bob is the Largest Spider in the Film Arachnophobia. He was a Bird-Eating Spider and was Named After Robert Zemeckis. He was Adopted by a Crew Member After the Filming.

Arachnophobia is a 1990 American natural horror comedy film directed by Frank Marshall in his directorial debut, based on Don Jakoby and Wesley Strick’s screenplay. The film, starring Jeff Daniels and John Goodman, follows a small California town that is overrun by an aggressive and dangerous spider species. Its title alludes to a fear of …

Big Bob is the Largest Spider in the Film Arachnophobia. He was a Bird-Eating Spider and was Named After Robert Zemeckis. He was Adopted by a Crew Member After the Filming. Read More »