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If you like the out of control, over-acting William Shatner... this movie is for you. Bad brown suits, mutton chops, gigantic 70's neckties with double windsor knots... HUGE sedans... Great movie on a Saturday afternoon just after Soul Train. In fact, on of the other main characters in the move is the guy who played Tawney Kitaen's father in the movie "Bachelor Party". I also love the old style telephones and bad TV's. All furniture is very 70's dark with odd shaped lamps, etc. All fabric is genuine naugahyde or pleather... Nice corduroy jackets with patches on the elbows. Who invented plaid jackets and why? Did anyone really think they looked decent in them? White belts? White shoes? Zip up boots? Keep killing me.
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