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For me, probably Steel Magnolias... or the infamous The Little Mermaid complete with naughty bits. :devil:
I've got Starman in it's orginal blue box which starts a nice Mustang II fastback! Also my Terminator Collector's Edition video cassettes in the oversized "two tape" box the size of a 12" vinyl envelope.
ive never seen the original gone in 60 seconds.....bu t I love Slap Shot!!!
Dwayne I too share your thoughts on "It's a Mad Mad Mad Mad World". I had the distinct pleasure to see the movie in 1963when it first came out. The whole audience jumped when thecrash victim (can't recall his name) 'kicked the bucket' in thecrash scene, it was very funny. Too bad most of the wonderfultalent in this movie are gone. 'OLD MAN' Dick
By far, in my opinion, is the movie Vanishing Point, the original one with Barry Neuman. The first time I saw that movie I was hooked, and still watch it from time to time. Great soundtrack and the ultimate 70's movie!
Then I'll bet you were a fan of Designing Women. I LOVE that show!
Yep, that's fugly and it very well may have ended Mark Hamill's career! Personally, I'm not a big Corvette fan (stock or custom) anyway but I'll watch anything that features the adorable Annie Potts!Dwayne :smile:
My wife has got me all the classics. Gone in 60 seconds, Bullitt, Logans Run, Soylent Green, Andromeda Strain. But I think my favorites are Blazing Saddles and Young Frankenstein, because I saw them both in the theatre with my dad and every time I see them now I remember his running commentary and laughing so hard he almost got us kicked out. Good Times. Oh and of course all the Monty Python movies and the boxed set of the tv show.