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Happy Days: Compact Discs (music)

Happy Days Jukebox

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  • (We're Gonna) Rock Around the Clock (Bill Haley and His Comets)
  • Splish Splash (Bobby Darin)
  • Chantilly Lace (Big Bopper)
  • A Teenager in Love (Dion & The Belmonts)
  • Peggy Sue (Buddy Holly)
  • Blue Suede Shoes (Carl Perkins)
  • Alley Oop (The Hollywood Argyles)
  • Shake, Rattle, and Roll (Bill Haley and His Comets)
  • Sh-Boom (The Chords)
  • I'm Walkin' (Fats Domino)
  • Rockin' Robin (Bobby Day)
  • Shout (Parts 1 & 2) (The Isley Brothers)
  • Great Balls of Fire (Jerry Lee Lewis)

    Fonzie's Make Out Music

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  • Blueberry Hill (Fats Domino)
  • Only You (And You Alone) (The Platters)
  • Since I Fell For You (Lenny Welch)
  • Love Potion #9 (Clovers)
  • Since I Don't Have You (Skyliners)
  • This Magic Moment (Jay & The Americans)
  • I Only Have Eyes For You (The Flamingos)
  • Will You Love Me Tomorrow (The Shirelles)
  • Goodnight My Love (Pleasant Dreams) (The McGuire Sisters)
  • Young Love (Tab Hunter)
  • Blue Velvet (Bobby Vinton)
  • Please, Please, Please (James Brown)
  • The Fonz Song (Heyettes)

    Double Date with Joanie and Chachi

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  • Happy Days (Pratt & McClain with Brother Love)
  • Book of Love (The Monotones)
  • The Great Pretender (The Platters)
  • Goodnight, Sweetheart, Goodnight (The Spaniels)
  • Bye Bye Love (The Everly Brothers)
  • Sixteen Candles (The Crests)
  • At the Hop (Danny and the Juniors)
  • I Wonder Why (Dion & the Belmonts)
  • Get a Job (The Silhouettes)
  • All I Have To Do is Dream (The Everly Brothers)
  • Earth Angel (The Crew Cuts)
  • Come Go With Me (The Del Vikings)

    Television's Greatest Hits (vol. 3)

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  • Includes 65 tv themes including: Happy Days, Laverne & Shirley, Taxi, Cheers, All in the Family, Dallas, Little House on the Prairie, Charlie's Angels, etc. (see the site for the full listing)

    Passions And Achievements: A 20-Year Retrospective Of Soundtracks From The Films Of Director Ron Howard (Film Score Anthology)

    This 12-song CD has theme songs from Ron's movies from 1977-96, which covers everything from Grand Theft Auto through Ransom. It's a wonderful collection of music from some of the world's top composers. Perhaps best of all, there is a 25- page booklet with comments from Ron and others about all of the songs and how they fit into Ron's overall vision for each film.

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    Linda Purl - Alone Together CD

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    Crystal Bernard - The Girl Next Door CD

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    Crystal Bernard - Don't Touch Me There CD

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    Happy Days: Books

    Wake Me When It's Funny

    Garry ("Allergic to Everything but Success") Marshall has written hundreds of TV scripts, produced and created 14 prime-time series, including The Odd Couple and Happy Days, and has written a number of stage plays. This entertaining portrait of Marshall's life takes readers on a tumultuous, behind-the-scenes journey, from his early days to the peak of sitcom success to his work in movies today. 32 pages of photos.

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    Ron Howard : Child Star & Hollywood Director (People to Know)

    A library-quality biography of Ron Howard. The 100-page hardback book covers his entire career to date and includes several photographs from throughout his life. It's printed on high-quality paper, has a full-color cover photo of Ron, and is handsomely bound.

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    Collectors Guide to TV Toys and Memorabilia : 1960s & 1970s (2nd Ed)

    Classic TV fans, collectors, and lovers of nostalgia will experience a blast from the past when they flip to this new second edition. With hundreds of new photos and updated values, this guide includes information on collectibles from over 50 of the most beloved shows from the 1960s and 1970s. 1,300 color photos.

    The following shows are included: Beverly Hillbillies, Bewitched, Bionic Woman, Brady Bunch, Bugaloos, Charlie's Angels, CHiPs, Donny & Marie, Eight is Enough, Family, Family Affair, Fantasy Island, Flipper, The Flying Nun, Gidget, Gilligan's Island, Good Times, Green Acres, H.R. Pufnstuf, Happy Days, Hardy Boys Mysteries, I Dream of Jeannie, Josie & the Pussycats, Julia, The Krofft Supershow, Kung Fu, Land of the Lost, Laverne & Shirley, Lidsville, Life & Times of Grizzly Adams, Little House on the Prairie, The Love Boat, Mod Squad, Mork & Mindy, Nancy Drew Mysteries, Nanny & the Professor, New Zoo Revue, Partridge Family, Patty Duke Show, Sigmund & the Sea Monsters, Six Million Dollar Man, Starsky & Hutch, That Girl, Three's Company, The Waltons, Welcome Back Kotter, Wonder Woman.

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    Happy Days: Movies with the cast members (or directed by them)

    The Waterboy The Lords of Flatbush American Graffiti The Karate Kid EDTv

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    Henry Winkler

    The Lords of Flatbush (1974) - Slightly offbeat slice-of-life about four young hoods coming of age in 1950s Brooklyn. Solid sleeper features early appearances by future superstars (Sylvester Stallone and Henry Winkler); should appeal to fans of nostalgic drama.

    The One and Only (1978)

    Heroes (1977) - A Vietnam Vet escapes from the asylum where he has been institutionalized. He travels cross-country, hoping to make his fortune raising worms. Also stars Sally Field.

    Night Shift (1982) DVD - Broad, lighthearted buddy comedy about co-workers running prostitution ring out of morgue. Critics praised performances, good-natured feel. Great entertainment vehicle for fans of over-the-top humor. Also stars Michael Keaton. Directed by Ron Howard.

    Strong Kids Safe Kids (1986)

    Memories of Me (1988) - When a New York heart surgeon has a mild heart-attack, he is encouraged by his girlfriend to visit Los Angeles to reconcile his relationship with his father. Once there, he discovers his father is terminally ill and so begins their adventure to do all the things they had never done together. Stars Billy Crystal and Janet Carroll. Directed by Henry Winkler.

    Cop and a Half (1993) DVD - When a pint-sized 8-year-old kid witnesses a murder he offers to help the police-- if they make him a cop, too. Saddled with this streetwise sidekick, a hardboiled cop is forced to take his new partner seriously as they race the clock to bring the bad guys to justice. Stars Burt Reynolds. Directed by Henry Winkler.

    Scream (1996) DVD - Maniac stalks small-town teens in this goofy yet violent tribute to horror genre. Gen-X cult classic is favored by midnight movie crowd and thrills horror connoisseurs with its many in-jokes. Stars Neve Campbell. Directed by Wes Craven.

    National Lampoon's Dads Week Off (1997)

    Ground Control (1998) DVD - Stars Kiefer Sutherland, Robert Sean Leonard, Kelly McGillis, and Henry Winkler.

    The Waterboy (1998) DVD - A great comedy, really funny ! Stars Adam Sandler, Kathy Bates, Fairuza Balk, and Henry Winkler.

    Ron Howard

    American Graffiti (1973) DVD - Popular coming-of-age tale profiles two college-bound California high schoolers' final wild evening out. Its breezy atmospherics, classic soundtrack are sheer delight for backward-looking baby boomers and fans of nostalgic comedy/dramas. Also stars Richard Dreyfuss. Directed by George Lucas.

    Huckleberry Finn (1975) - Rambunctious Huck travels down the Mississippi with his friend Jim, an escaped slave. Also stars Donny Most.

    The Shootist (1976) - Dusty-trail drama about dying ex-gunslinger forced to battle ruthless bandits. Even Western-haters will find the myth-debunking drama touching, while the poignant pseudo-biographical themes will induce weeping among Wayne devotees. Stars John Wayne and Lauren Bacall.

    Eat My Dust! (1976) DVD

    Grand Theft Auto (1977) DVD - A young couple elopes to Las Vegas in the bride-to-be's father's Rolls Royce. The father tries to stop the marriage by offering a reward for their safe return. Stars and directed by Ron Howard.

    More American Graffiti (1979) - The further adventures of the American Graffiti gang, now a little bit older and dealing with life in the 1960s.

    Bitter Harvest (1981) - A farmer battles time and the bureaucracy to uncover the strange illness that is afflicting his cattle and threatening the health of his own child. Also stars Art Carney.

    Splash (1984) DVD - Entertaining comedy about a man who falls in love with a mermaid. Stars Tom Hanks and Daryl Hannah. Directed by Ron Howard.

    Cocoon (1985) - A group of senior citizens residing in a rest home find their lives turned upside-down after they are offered the gift of eternal youth by benevolent aliens. A wonderful tribute to the human spirit. Academy Awards: Best Supporting Actor--Don Ameche, Best Visual Effects. Directed by Ron Howard.

    Gung Ho (1986) - Stars Michael Keaton. Directed by Ron Howard.

    Backdraft (1988) DVD - Two feuding brothers carry on a heroic family tradition in the Chicago Fire Department. Before the smoke clears, love affairs are rekindled and lives are shattered as the brothers fight to resolve their differences and solve a puzzling series of arson attacks, each ignited by explosive phenomena known as backdrafts. Directed by Ron Howard.

    Parenthood (1989) DVD - The Buckmans are a modern-day family facing the age-old dilemma of trying to raise children the "right" way. At the center of the storm is Gil, who manages to keep his unique sense of humor while maintaining his career, and being a loving husband and parent. Academy Award Nominations: 2, including Best Supporting Actress--Dianne Wiest, Best Song ("I Love to See You Smile"). Directed by Ron Howard.

    Far and Away (1992) DVD - Set in Ireland, Joseph is a poor tenant farmer determined to bring justice to an oppressive landlord. Instead, he finds himself accompanying the landlord's daughter, Shannon, to America in a quest for land. In the excitement of the Oklahoma land rush, they realize their dreams of land and life together. Stars Tom Cruise and Nicole Kidman Directed by Ron Howard.

    The Paper (1994) DVD - Henry Hackett, a reporter for a New York tabloid, scoops the competition on the story of two businessmen found murdered in their car. Stars Michael Keaton, Robert Duvall, Glenn Close and Marisa Tomei. Directed by Ron Howard.

    Apollo 13 (1995) DVD - A vividly rendered dramatization of Apollo 13's true-life brush with disaster on the way to the Moon in 1971. The film won two 1995 Academy Awards for Best Editing and Best Sound. Although Ron Howard won the Directors Guild of America award for best direction. Stars Tom Hanks.Directed by Ron Howard

    Ransom (1996) DVD - A headstrong airline tycoon pays the ransom for his abducted son, despite the pleas of his wife and FBI agents, then must gamble on the consequences of attempting to turn the tables on the kidnapper, setting up a gut-wrenching confrontation between the anguished father and the increasingly desperate criminals. This tightly conceived nail-biter, with head-spinning plot twists, is another fine effort from the director of "Apollo 13." Stars Mel Gibson and Renee Russo. Directed by Ron Howard.

    Frank Capra's American Dream (1997) - Host/Narrator Ron Howard.

    EDTv (1999) DVD - A scruffy comedy about fame and its discontents. Matthew McConaughey stars as Ed, a white-trash rube who gets his own dawn-to-midnight TV series in which every aspect of his life, no matter how sordid or dull or embarrassing, becomes mass entertainment . Stars Matthew McConaughey, Ellen DeGeneres, Elizabeth Hurley and Woody Harrelson. GREAT comedy Really Funny! Directed by Ron Howard.

    Tom Bosley

    Love with the Proper Stranger (1963) - Acclaimed, adult comedy/drama about a single woman who gets pregnant has aged quite well. Those looking for a cynical, realistic, offbeat drama will enjoy this bittersweet sleeper. Stars Natalie Wood and Steve McQueen.

    The World of Henry Orient (1964) - Witty, charming comedy about two teenage girls infatuated with concert pianist. Critics adored the performances. Sparkling dialogue and sweet-natured storyline create harmless hilarity for young and old genre fans alike.

    Divorce American Style (1967) - A couple argues their way right out of a seventeen year marriage. Life in the single lane causes them to reconsider their decision. Stars Dick Van Dyke and Debbie Reynolds.

    The Secret War of Harry Frigg (1968) - Five Allied generals are captured by the Nazis and held prisoner in an Italian villa. A private with experience in prison breaks is promoted to Major General and sent in to save the day. When he meets the villa's beautiful owner, he delays the mission in favor of romance. Stars Paul Newman.

    Yours, Mine and Ours (1968) - Navy widower with ten children meets and marries widowed mother of eight in this funny, rather cloying comedy. "Brady Bunch" fans may enjoy the recombinant-family/sibling-rivalry hijinks. Stars Lucille Ball and Henry Fonda.

    Gus (1976) - A failing football team is saved by its mule mascot in this pleasant Disney family picture. Run-of-the-mill but amusing plot appeals to young sports enthusiasts and animal lovers. Stars Don Knotts and Ed Asner.

    The Bastard (1978) - An Englishman's search for his birthright leads to America during the 1776 Revolution.

    The Rebels (1979)

    Pinocchio and the Emperor of the Night (1987) - Tom Bosley does a voice.

    Wicked Stepmother (1989) - A man remarries and discovers too late that his new bride is a witch. Stars Bette Davis.

    Marion Ross

    Forever Female (1953) - A stage producer tells a young playwright that he must write the lead role in his play for the producer's ex-wife, an over-the-hill actress. The writer prefers to cast a certain young ingenue. Stars Ginger Rogers and William Holden.

    The Glenn Miller Story (1954) - Sincere, not-very-authentic biopic of leading figure from Big Band era. Fans of lively swing in particular will enjoy this energetic drama, which recreates most of Miller's musical hits. Stars James Stewart.

    Sabrina (1954) - Class struggle romantic comedy about chauffeur's daughter being romanced by gruff tycoon. Huge hit with audiences when released, who applauded knockout performances. Very appealing to starry-eyed romance fans, classics buffs. Stars Humphrey Bogart and Audrey Hepburn. Marion Ross in an uncredited role.

    Lust for Life (1956) - Painter Vincent van Gogh struggles with poverty, heartbreak, and mental illness in a world that ignores his artistic genius. Van Gogh's closest friend and critic is Gauguin. Starts Kirk Douglas and Anthony Quinn. Marion Ross in an uncredited role.

    Some Came Running (1958) - Melodrama about writer's self-discovery upon unhappy return to hometown. With its vivid characterizations, nuanced lead performance, this thrills fans of thought-provoking tearjerkers, those seeking meditation on conflicts between individual, society. Stars Frank Sinatra and Dean Martin. Marion Ross in an uncredited role.

    Operation Petticoat (1959) - When his ship is crippled, a submarine commander makes it seaworthy with the help and hinderance of a con artist. Then he finds that five nurses are squeezed into the tight confines of the sub. Stars Cary Grant and Tony Curtis.

    Colossus: The Forbin Project (1969) - Colossus, a powerful computer that controls the American missile system, hooks up with its Russian counterpart and the two threaten to take over the world. The computer's creator tries to outwit it.

    Grand Theft Auto (1977) DVD - A young couple elopes to Las Vegas in the bride-to-be's father's Rolls Royce. The father tries to stop the marriage by offering a reward for their safe return. Directed by Ron Howard.

    The Evening Star (1996) - Polished sequel to "Terms of Endearment" about grandmother struggling to right the lives of mixed-up grandchildren. Though predictable, this Shirley MacLaine vehicle, with its quirky characterizations, pleases fans of its predecessor.

    Donny Most

    Huckleberry Finn (1975) - Rambunctious Huck travels down the Mississippi with his friend Jim, an escaped slave. Also stars Ron Howard.

    Stewardess School (1987) - A school for stewardesses lowers its standards and accepts anybody who will apply. The trainees that show up are anything but desirable, so one of the instructors tries to get the undesirable students to quit. The basic story line is a complete rip-off of POLICE ACADEMY, but the film is fun to watch if you don't expect too much. I suggest this film for anyone who enjoyed the original POLICE ACADEMY film and other fans of slapstick type humor.

    Hourglass (1996) - An executive in the fashion industry is led into a web of intrigue by a mysterious and beautiful woman. Stars C. Thomas Howell.

    Erin Moran

    How Sweet It Is! (1968) - Wacky adventures and a French flirtation await an American family vacationing in Europe. Stars James Garner and Debbie Reynolds.

    Watermelon Man (1970) - A bigot's life is turned upside-down when he wakes up one morning to find that his skin has changed from white to black.

    Dear God - Sentimental, glossy Hollywood comedy about postal worker answering mail sent to God. Critics weren't impressed, but this may be a diversion for older kids, fans of mainstream light comedy. Stars Greg Kinnear and Laurie Metcalf. Cameo by Erin Moran.

    Linda Purl

    Eleanor & Franklin (1976) - The personal lives of Eleanor and Franklin Roosevelt are told in this film which covers the period from FDR's youth to his death in 1945.

    Visiting Hours (1982) - A killer photographs his casualties once the deed is done. When he discovers that his latest victim did not die, he visits her in the hospital to finish the job. Stars Lee Grant and William Shatner.

    Spies, Lies and Naked Thugs (1991) - The CIA goes after an assassin who happens to be one agent's ex-wife. Stars Ed Begley, Jr. and Harry Anderson.

    Body Language (1992) - A manipulative secretary uses her boss's personal relationships problems to get ahead. Stars Edward Albert and Heather Locklear.

    Incident at Deception Ridge (1994) - An ex-con is caught on a bus terrorized by kidnappers who expected a passenger to deliver the ransom for his wife. Instead, the husband takes off with the cash and the convict must defeat the kidnappers. Stars Michael O'Keefe and Ed Begley, Jr.

    Pat Morita

    Thoroughly Modern Millie (1960) - Hollywood-style musical about two 1920s-era flappers and their adventures. Very dated and lengthy, but fans of old-fashioned, lush, perkily upbeat musicals will find much to enjoy. Stars Julie Andrews and Mary Tyler Moore.

    The Shakiest Gun in the West (1968) - A dentist from the east coast gets in over his head with rough, tough gunslingers when he travels out west. Stars Don Knotts.

    Cancel My Reservation (1972) - A television talk show host takes a break from his co-host wife to vacation on an Arizona ranch. He becomes involved in the local troubles between ranchers and Native Americans. Stars Bob Hope.

    Midway (1976) - In this fact-based account of the Battle of Midway in WWII, American air and sea power combine to defeat Japanese forces in the battle that proved to be the turning point of the war in the Pacific. Stars Charlton Heston and Henry Fonda.

    When Time Ran Out (1980) - Visitors to an island resort in the South Seas are trapped in a life-and-death situation when a volcano violently erupts, covering the island in fiery lava. Stars Paul Newman and Jacqueline Bisset.

    Savannah Smiles (1982) - A young runaway hides in the back seat of a car owned by some criminals. She wins the hearts of the crooks and turns them away from their lives of crime.

    The Karate Kid (1984) - New to southern California, a New Jersey teen is bullied by locals trained in martial arts. He finds a friend in an old Japanese handyman, a karate master who teaches him the sport and a lot more. Stars Ralph Macchio and Elisabeth Shue.

    The Karate Kid II (1986) - Sentimental teen action/drama sequel about karate teacher and pupil's troubled vacation in Japan. With its charismatic lead performances, this is very appealing to younger fans of the series. Stars Ralph Macchio.

    Captive Hearts (1987)

    Collision Course (1989) - A Detroit cop and a Japanese detective join forces to track down a newly invented engine that's been stolen and smuggled into the U.S. Also stars Jay Leno.

    The Karate Kid III (1989) - Mainstream teen action/drama about karate student who trains under a malevolent millionaire after being turned out by old teacher. Familiar material will wear thin for all but fanatical series fans. Also stars Ralph Macchio.

    Lena's Holiday (1991) - A German woman's first trip to America is an adventure she'll never forget.

    Do Or Die (1991) - An international crime lord devises a deadly game to get back at a team of federal agents.

    Miracle Beach (1992) - A man is rejected by the girl of his dreams. His chances for love improve when he finds a genie named Jeanie to grant his every wish. She tries to teach him about true love when she falls in love with him.

    Honeymoon in Vegas (1992) - Offbeat, zany romantic farce about groom losing bride in high-stakes poker game. Critically acclaimed for its wacky plot twists, strong performances. Great fun for genre fans seeking absurdist, over-the-top humor. Stars Nicolas Cage and James Caan.

    Even Cowgirls Get the Blues (1994) - Surreal, meandering, ambitious art-house comedy about model who ends up on psychedelic dude ranch. Flopped with critics and many of its intended viewers. Only for those desperately nostalgic for the 60s. Stars Uma Thurman.

    Auntie Lee's Meat Pies (1993) - A woman's four beautiful nieces lure men into the kitchen, where they are killed and used as the main ingredient for a popular meat pie recipe.

    American Ninja 5 (1993) - A young martial arts expert is called upon by the American Ninja to help rescue a kidnapped girl.

    The Next Karate Kid (1994) - Bittersweet, action-filed, coming-of-age drama about girl gaining self-esteem through learning martial arts. Not as popular as predecessors, but this appeals to young kids, families seeking an inspiring drama.

    Timemaster (1994)

    Reggie's Prayer (1996)

    Spy Hard (1996) - Deadpan-style spoof of spy/action films is filled with movie parodies. Critics panned this, but it's enjoyable for parodic slapstick lovers, Leslie Nielsen devotees, and fans of sophomoric humor. Stars Leslie Nielsen and Nicolette Sheridan.

    Bloodsport II: The Next Kumite (1996) - An innocent man is put in a Thai prison camp where he learns ancient martial arts tricks.

    Scott Baio

    Scott Baio - cassette tape of Scott Baio's first album.

    The Boys Are Out Tonight - cassette tape of Scott Baio's early 80's album.

    Bugsy Malone (1976) - Wacky musical farce about kiddie gangsters fighting it out with ice cream gun was a huge hit with tykes. Kids, fans of the offbeat will still enjoy this unusual delight. Also stars Jodie Foster.

    Zapped! (1982) - A backfired chemistry experiment gives a high school brainiac telekinetic powers, which he uses to undress attractive females. Farcical fantasy appeals strictly to fans of teen exploitation, Scott Baio nostalgists.

    I Love N.Y. (1987)

    Detonator (1998) - stars Charlene Tilton

    Lynda Goodfriend

    Beaches (1988) - Mainstream, popular melodrama traces two girlhood friends through various stages of friendship, romances, and career. Heart-tugging film is very popular with female audiences and fans of humor-tinged tearjerkers. Stars Bette Midler. Directed by Happy Days creator Garry Marshall.

    Pretty Woman (1990) - Runaway smash hit about a wealthy businessman falling for effervescent hooker. This mainstream romantic fairy tale appeals to fans of slick, Hollywood-style love stories, devotees of lead stars. Stars Richard Gere and Julia Roberts.

    Exit to Eden (1994) - Detective story fuses comedy and sex with mixed results. Barely enough titillation for the leather crowd. Weak dialogue and offbeat flavor turn off all others except fanatical Rosie O'Donnell fans.

    Cathy Silvers

    Follow That Bird (1985) - Cathy Silvers provides the voice of Marie Dodo.

    Sgt. Bilko (1996) - Gag-filled, good-natured comedy about a scamming Army sergeant is a must for Steve Martin fans. It will also please devotees of the original 1950s TV program with its winking references. Stars Steve Martin and Dan Aykroyd.

    Ted McGinley

    Young Doctors in Love (1982) - Sporadically amusing soap opera send-up set in a hospital. Daytime drama fans will enjoy cameos by soap stars; slapstick humor fans will enjoy the sight gags and over-the-top acting.

    Stars Dabney Coleman and Sean Young.

    Revenge of the Nerds (1984) - A group of college freshman nerds get harassed and humiliated by the school's jocks until they form their own fraternity and turn the tables on their enemies.

    Troop Beverly Hills (1989) - A spoiled housewife is chosen to lead a troop of Beverly Hills Girl Scouts who must learn to cooperate in order to survive in the wilderness. Stars Shelley Long and Craig T. Nelson.

    Physical Evidence (1989) - A public defender falls in love with her client, a former police officer accused of murder. Stars Burt Reynolds.

    Blue Tornado (1990) - A strange blue light coming from a mountain top seems to be the link to a series of missing supersonic air force jets. A renegade pilot and a civilian researcher work together to solve the mystery.

    Wayne's World 2 (1993) - A suburban metalhead and cable-TV host is escorted in a dream by a naked Indian to a desert encounter where the idea for a massive concert called "Waynestock" is born. Stars Mike Myers and Dana Carvey.

    Revenge of the Nerds III: The Next Generation (1992) - geek-hating trustee tries to get his fraternity buddies to remove the nerds who now control Adams College. The geeks turn to a powerful friend to help them.

    Revenge of the Nerds IV: Nerds in Love (1994) - The Nerds fall in love, get married and start families.

    Covert Assassin (1994) - Story follows the exploits of a specially trained group of professional killers hired by a wealthy woman to avenge her husband's death. Stars Roy Scheider.

    Billy Warlock

    Halloween II (1981) - A maniac murderer escapes confinement after capture and continues his bloody rampage through an Illinios town. Stars Jamie Lee Curtis and Donald Pleasence.

    Honor Thy Father and Mother: The True Story of the Menendez Brothers (1994) - Based on the trial of Erik and Lyle Menendez, two brothers accused of murdering their wealthy parents.

    Crystal Bernard

    Young Doctors in Love (1982) - Sporadically amusing soap opera send-up set in a hospital. Daytime drama fans will enjoy cameos by soap stars; slapstick humor fans will enjoy the sight gags and over-the-top acting.

    High School USA (1983) - A class clown gains the respect of fellow students when he stands up to the school tough guy. Stars Michael J. Fox, Nancy McKeon, and numerous other 80's stars.

    Slumber Party Massacre 2 (1987) - An all-night party is disrupted by an insane mass murderer.

    As Good As Dead (1995) - A woman lets a friend assume her identity to receive needed hospital care. When the patient is murdered, the woman determines to find out who wanted her dead. Stars Judge Reinhold.

    Heather O'Rourke

    Poltergeist (1982) - Wildly successful horror film about suburban family terrorized by evil spirits. With its nerve-wracking suspense and dazzling effects, this is scary entertainment for older kids, adult fans of mainstream fare.

    Poltergeist II: The Other Side (1986) - With their home destroyed, the terrorized family moves in with their psychic grandmother. When she dies, the spirits lay siege to the family, once again in pursuit of the 5-year-old daughter.

    Poltergeist III (1988) - A perpetually haunted little girl goes to live with an aunt and uncle in Chicago, where she ends up in a school for gifted-but-emotionally-disturbed children. She is followed by ghosts and forces from the Other Side.

    Beatrice Colen (Marsha, the waitress)

    High Anxiety (1977) - Spoofy comedy about a man's apparent paranoia contains parodies of famous Hitchcock scenes. There's plenty here to amuse Hitchcock lovers, and devotees of Mel Brooks.

    American Pop (1981) - Animated feature uses one family's odyssey to reveal the history of American popular music, from the 19th century through punk rock. Music, animation fans find much to enjoy in offbeat quasi-documentary.

    Ed Peck (Officer Kirk)

    Bullitt (1968) - San Francisco detective pursues crime witness killers in this stylish, rip-roaring thriller. Featuring one of all-time greatest chase scenes, this Steve McQueen vehicle satisfies classic action fans, 60s mod style aficionados.

    Blume in Love (1973) - Sometimes rambling, dated marriage comedy about a divorce lawyer whose wife leaves him. Appeals to over-40 crowd, those who seek a film highlighting the drama and humor in life situations.

    The Prisoner of Second Avenue (1974) - Well-received comedy/drama about suddenly unemployed middle-aged executive. Though dated, this Jack Lemmon vehicle, with its mix of melancholia and humor, appeals to fans of snappy dialogue, sensitive character portrayals. Stars Jack Lemmon and Ann Bancroft.

    Heaven Can Wait (1978) - Light supernatural comedy about prematurely deceased football player returning to earth in evil executive's body. Despite mixed reviews, romantics, 70s comedy fans should enjoy this Warren Beatty vehicle's good-natured humor. Stars Warren Beatty.

    Zoot Suit (1981) - The film is based on an actual event in the 1940s. A riot breaks out in Los Angeles after several Mexican-American men are sent to jail on suspicious charges. Stars Edward James Olmos.

    The Last Unicorn (1982) - A unicorn searches for her family and tries to free them from "Limbo." Stars Adam Arkin. Ed Peck does a voice.

    Gavan O'Herlihy (the original Chuck Cunningham)

    Superman III (1978) - A billionaire recruits a computer programmer to help control the world's food supply. To ensure his scheme's success, the malevolent magnate attempts to weaken Superman with kryptonite. Stars Christopher Reeve and Richard Pryor.

    The Dirty Dozen: The Next Mission (1985) - An Allied suicide mission is dispatched to prevent the assassination of Adolf Hitler.

    Death Wish 3 - A vigilante vows to wipe out the psychopaths who killed his immediate family. Stars Charles Bronson.

    Red King, White Knight (1989) - An ex-CIA agent is duped back into action to stop a would-be-assassin from killing Mikhail Gorbachev and sabotaging the new post-Cold War order. Stars Tom Skerritt.

    Conagher (1991) - A veteran cowboy helps a widow defend her stagecoach way station from Indian attackers. Stars Sam Elliott.

    Harris Kal (Bobby)

    The Babe (1992) - This film portrays Babe Ruth as a heavy drinker who frequently cheated on his wives. Stars John Goodman and Kelly McGillis.

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