The Lizzies Street Gang


The Lizzies were founded sometime before May 20, 1979 as an all-female gang, and adopted Union Square in Bowery, Manhattan as their territory. Using their god-given gifts to their advantage, they can easily sneak their way past any crew’s defense. Believing the Warriors were the ones that blew away Cyrus and there’s a bounty on their heads, the Lizzies attempt to make a bigger name for themselves by wasting the three Warriors they lured back to their hangout. Rembrandt was very reluctant to go and could sense that something was not right when they turned up at their apartment. At the hangout, Vermin and Cochise were lulled into a false sense of security, and the Lizzies attempted to kill the trio by drawing handguns on the gang. However, Rembrandt was able to warn his fellow Warriors and they were able to escape, with Rembrandt only receiving a cut on the arm.

The Warriors (1979).

The story chronicles one night in the lives of the New York City street gang, the Warriors, and their harrowing journey for survival and redemption. Cyrus, the messianic leader of the city’s largest gang, the Riffs, declares a truce and calls a summit in the Bronx with all the rival gangs in attendance. Cyrus’s vision is to unify all the gangs into one superorganization, one that the cops will never be able to control. But during the meeting, Cyrus is assassinated, and the murder is pinned on a member of the Warriors. With no time to prove their innocence, the Warriors have no choice: they must run – for their lives and for their honor. But it’s a long, long way from the Bronx to Coney Island, especially with an entire city of ruthless thugs swearing vengeance and out for blood.