Mad Max: Beyond Thunderdome is a 1985 film, the third installment of the Mad Max film series, about the man who is trying to find his way in a new post-apocalyptic world.
- Directed by George Miller and George Ogilvie.
- Dr. Dealgood: Listen all! This is the truth of it. Fighting leads to killing, and killing gets to warring. And that was damn near the death of us all. Look at us now! Busted up, and everyone talking about hard rain! But we've learned, by the dust of them all...Bartertown learned. Now, when men get to fighting, it happens here! And it finishes here! Two men enter; one man leaves.
- Crowd: [chanting]Two men enter, one man leaves!
- [Dr. Dealgood motions for silence]
- Dr. Dealgood: And now, I've got two men. Two men with a gut full of fear. Ladies and gentlemen, boys and girls... dying time's here!
- Dr. Dealgood: Thunderdome's simple. Get to the weapons, use them any way you can. I know you won't break the rules - there aren't any.
- Aunty Entity: Remember where you are. This is Thunderdome. Death is listening, and will take the first man that screams.
- Aunty Entity: You think I don't know the law? Huh? Wasn't it me who wrote it? And I say this man has broken the law. Right or wrong, we had a deal. And the law says, "Bust a deal and face the Wheel!"
- Two men enter, one man leaves!
- Chanted by the crowd when two men enter the Thunderdome.
- [Aunty Entity's men have surround Max. She signals for them to stand down]Well, ain't we a pair, raggedy man.[She laughs, then walks back to her truck. She turns back toward Max, and with a sense of respect]Goodbye, soldier.
- Bust a deal, face the Wheel!
- Time counts and keeps countin', and we knows now finding the trick of what's been and lost ain't no easy ride. But that's our trek, we gotta' travel it. And there ain't nobody knows where it's gonna' lead. Still in all, every night we does the tell, so that we 'member who we was and where we came from... but most of all we 'members the man that finded us, him that came the salvage. And we lights the city, not just for him, but for all of them that are still out there. 'Cause we knows there come a night, when they sees the distant light, and they'll be comin' home.
- Savannah Nix (Closing Monologue)