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memories of the ’70s – The Goodbye Girl

Neil Simon’s words were the key to this rom-com of the late 1970s: The Goodbye Girl. Directed by Herbert Ross and produced by Ray Stark, the film starred Marsha Mason and Richard Dreyfuss. Paula (Mason) is a dancer who is … Continue reading

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memories of the ’80s – Overboard

In the late 1980s, a screwball comedy would not succeed at the box office, but certainly would with viewers in the future in Overboard. Written by Leslie Dixon and produced by Garry Marshall, Overboard stars Goldie Hawn as wealthy Joanna … Continue reading

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memories of the ’70s – Freaky Friday

Created by the Disney machine, this fantasy comedy was a fave of kids of December 1976: Freaky Friday. Written by Mary Rodgers and directed by Gary Nelson, Freaky Friday starred Barbara Harris as Ellen Andrews, Jodie Foster as her daughter … Continue reading

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Island humour

Spotted on a Montego Bay gas tank:

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Bigger is better

Because in South Africa, enlargement is possible:

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memories of the ’70s – The Strongest Man in the World

For kids of the mid 1970s who though animated movies weren’t cool anymore, they progressed to the other side of Disney, like The Strongest Man in the World starring Kurt Russell. A sequel to previous Disney films – The Computer … Continue reading

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Love this sign spotted in downtown Udaipur, India:

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