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memories of the ’70s – Da Ya Think I’m Sexy? by Rod Stewart

The end of the 1970s brought a change to a singer’s sound with Rod Stewart’s Da Ya Think I’m Sexy? Written by Stewart and collaborators Carmine Appice and Duane Hitchings, the song was included on Stewart’s 1978 album Blondes Have … Continue reading

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memories of the ’80s – Spenser for Hire

From Dan Tanna’s Las Vegas, Robert Urich continued his on-screen persona of a PI with the series Spenser for Hire in 1985. Developed for Warner Bros Television by John Wilder with Robert B. Parker, author of the Spenser novels, the … Continue reading

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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 – Any Which Way You Can

After hitting box office gold, Clint Eastwood came back to movie screens in 1980 with his sequel but without his sidekick Clyde in Any Which Way You Can. After the success of Every Which Way But Loose, Eastwood teamed with … Continue reading

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memories of the ’70s – Every Which Way But Loose

After a string of action films as Dirty Harry, Clint Eastwood became a brawler with an orangutan named Clyde and on a mission in Every Which Way but Loose. Directed by James Fargo, the storyline focuses on Philo Beddoe (Eastwood) a … Continue reading

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memories of the ’80s – The Lost Boys

The late 1980s had plenty of teen angst on the big screen, including this unique combination in the movie The Lost Boys. Directed by Joel Schumacher, the film starred Jason Patric as Michael and Corey Haim as Sam, teen brothers … Continue reading

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memories of the ’70s – The Towering Inferno

In the 1970s moviegoers developed a love for disaster on film. In 1974 the studios focused on a disaster in a skyscraper, with the blockbuster The Towering Inferno. A co-production of Warner Bros. and Twentieth Century Fox, The Towering Inferno was adapted … Continue reading

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