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Two years ago, Kyle MacLachlan, the star of Twin Peaks, called investigative journalist Joshua Davis with a strange story. Kyle had heard a rumor that Pablo Escobar did a deal in the early 1980s with a remote, coastal Southern town of 300 people. In exchange for vast wealth and limitless cocaine, Escobar would be allowed to land planes and ships in the area. Over the last 24 months, Josh and Kyle investigated the rumor, journeying to Varnamtown to knock on doors and find out what really happ ...
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Everything '80s

Jamie Logie / Curiouscast

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Everything 80s is your one-stop shop to look back on the movies, video games, TV shows, cartoons, toys, fashion, music, and everything you loved about a decade like no other. Join host Jamie Logie as he takes you on a dizzying journey through topics like Transformers the birth of Apple Computers and the format war of VHS vs BETA! Great Scott! Jump into your Delorean as we travel back in time to the 1980s!
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1980s Now is a weekly examination of the importance of 80s pop culture and its continued influence today. We demonstrate that nostalgia alone doesn’t account for the contemporary fascination with our favorite decade. Instead, we share personal experiences and interview experts--including icons from 80s music, movies and TV--to demonstrate the “era of greed” bore the greatest moments in movies, music, television and sports. The show is equally entertaining and informative. (80s is aka '80s.)
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From the grue-crew behind Horror News Radio, Decades of Horror 1980s covers the horror, sci-fi and fantasy films from the Eighties. Classics from John Carpenter, Tobe Hooper, Wes Craven, David Cronenberg and more.
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Each season, Secrets We Keep investigates a different Australian secret. Shame Lies & Family: A mystery photo of Amelia Oberhardt’s mum exposes the practice of shotgun marriages, forced adoption, and quiet abortions carried out in Australia until the 1980s Nest of Traitors: Joey Watson is pulled into the world of espionage, attempting to track down an Australian spy who turned to work for the enemy during the Cold War
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Now in our fourth series, we're back and this time around we're talking 1980s films of all shapes and sizes. But not just that, we've got eps on 80s TV, and music videos and more! As ever our episodes include trademark features such as Recastarama (where we recast the film using current actors) and Who Am I (where we work out who we would be in the film). Lots of fun to be had. [Our 1940s, 1950s, 1960s and 1970s series are also available]
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Truly a lost genre of radio programming until now...the 80’s Underground resurrects the best in 80’s indie, college, punk, post-punk, new wave, and modern rock every week. No other Podcast devotes such a concentrated two hours to the best in completely underground 80’s rock.
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She Has A Name blends elements of investigative journalism and memoir to tell the story of Anita, a sister that host Tonya Mosley learned about more than a decade after she went missing. Set against the backdrop of the drug epidemic in 1980s Detroit, She Has A Name is a story of loss and redemption, mending broken family ties, and facing the trauma experienced by countless individuals who've lost loved ones to violence.
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The Gangster Chronicles

The Black Effect and iHeartPodcasts

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Welcome to the "Gangster Chronicles", where Gangster Rap lives. Gangster Chronicles takes you on an unforgettable journey through the heart of hip-hop. with host, Bigg Steele, alongside the legendary MC Eiht, together, we're diving deep into the visceral world of Gangsta Rap. On this podcast, we unravel the intricate tapestry of one of music's most influential and misunderstood sub-genres, exploring the formative artists, monumental albums, and socio-political factors that have shaped Gangst ...
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Can I Pod With Madness is a podcast in which we meticulously review a copy of Kerrang! or Metal Hammer, from 1987-1989 (mostly). Expect lots of talk about Iron Maiden, Mötley Crüe, Def Leppard, KISS, Alice Cooper, Aerosmith and Lisa Dominique. Also some waffle about what was on telly that week, what was in the charts and general aimless nostalgia. Bringing the metal back to where it belongs! Podwithmadness@gmail.com Insta/twitter: @Podwithmadness https://linktr.ee/podwithmadness
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What are the The Best 1980s & 1990s Movies? Do you find yourself asking if the movies we loved while growing up were really that good? Have you caught yourself thinking, “why don’t make movies like they use to?” Can you still remember spending your Friday Nights searching for the perfect movie rental at Blockbuster Video? Do you know what Blockbuster Video is? If you answered yes, then this is the podcast for you! Website: http://shatthemovies.com/the-best-80s-90s-movies/ Email: hosts@shatth ...
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DBT & Me

Michelle Henderson and Kate Sherman

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Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) was created by a woman named Marsha Linehan in the 1980s. The skills she created are now taught all over the world. DBT can improve depression, anxiety, borderline personality disorder, and other mental health struggles. We are Kate and Michelle, two mental health therapists in Seattle, WA. We have been teaching DBT groups as a team for years. Whether you've never heard of DBT before or are experienced with DBT skills, this podcast is here to help you use D ...
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Film critics William Bibbiani and Witney Seibold host a series of ongoing shows, featuring CRITICALLY ACCLAIMED (new movie reviews), CANCELED TOO SOON (retrospectives of short-lived TV shows), WE'VE GOT MAIL, CRITICALLY RECLAIMED, THE IRON LIST, and more!
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Wake Up Heavy is a podcast about my memories of strange horror movies from the 1970s and 1980s. I'm Mark Begley, your host. Please check out my other show Cambridge & Wishon.
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Dharma Seed is dedicated to preserving and sharing the spoken teachings of Theravada Buddhism in modern languages. Since the early 1980's, Dharma Seed has collected and distributed dharma talks by teachers offering the vipassana (insight) and metta (lovingkindness) practices of Theravada Buddhism. New recordings are being added continuously from contemporary dharma teachers.
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Founded in 1962, the KRSI Radio Podcast is the Twin Cities' #1 online Internet radio destination for classic and new hit country music. With a radio legacy spanning more than a half dozen decades, the KRSI Radio Podcast uploads and streams only the best classic and new hit dollar-bin country music from the 1940s. 1950s, 1960s, 1970s, 1980s, 1990s, 2000s, 2010s, and today.
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Generation X. If you grew up in the 1970s, 1980s, and early 1990s, you know just how cool it was to be a kid back then. We had the greatest music, movies, games, technology, and pop culture of any generation, and though we've grown older, we have refused to outgrow our love of everything GenX. GenXGrownUp looks at yesterday and today through the eyes of Generation X'ers who have refused to grow up!
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Future Flashbacks is the 80s revived, reworked, and reimagined with the wave of today: new music by modern wavers, 21st century tracks from 80s faves, new wave classics remixed and remade, plus some surprises every now and then! New episode airs every Friday @ 9pm & 12 est, then again Sunday @ 10am est on flashbackalternatives.com.
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The smash-hit interview podcast Out To Lunch is out now, with a sparkly new host on dining duty: the much loved British actor, comedian and writer Ade Edmondson. Ade takes guests such as Chrissie Hynde, Reece Shearsmith, Tony Visconti, Daisy Haggard and Ed Byrne to a top restaurant whilst you get to hear the witty and wonderous conversation. It’s like you’re sat at the table next to us. After breaking into the comedy circuit in the 1980s, Edmondson starred in countless British films and TV s ...
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Grandmaster Sports Handicapper Joe Duffy of OffshoreInsiders.com gives free trends, just like on the old scorephone tailgate party days. We also have evergreen broadcasts discussing our time-tested and proven winning angles, systems, theories that go back to the 1980s. We also interview some of the biggest movers and shakers in sports betting.
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On The Nostalgic Front Podcast comedians Brandon Ream and Patrick Hastie talk about movies, tv, snacks and toys. They also do a deep dive into a specific topic every episode. Sometimes there are guests and sometimes there are games. It rules.
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The 80s at 8

MPR - Manawatu People's Radio

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Go back in time to the greatest decade of the 20th century – the 1980s! The 80's at 8 features all the best songs of the 1980's. Not only will you hear great music but you’ll also learn interesting trivia about each song. Twitter: @AdamClaydon - feel free to comment about The 80's at 8 on Twitter using #The80sat8!
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Join Jay and Shua each week as they share the fun and fandom of their youth. Topics range from the 70s, 80s, and 90s in addition to today's pop culture. From science fiction and fantasy films to TV & games, Shua and Jay reminisce, relive, revisit, and review their favorites at the beginning of each week.
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Mystic Tea

Of Wand and Earth

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Mystic Tea is a podcast dedicated to the mystical and magical. Host Pascha Haninah is the owner and "Mistress of the Magical" at Of Wand & Earth and the Two Brooms Teahouse in Western North Carolina. She is a multi-generational healer and wisdomkeeper. As a lifelong mystic scholar, she has practiced as a multi-path pagan and mystical seeker since the 1980's. Pascha is delighted to invite her friends new and old in to clink cups and spill the tea on their unique gifts, magical insights and cr ...
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Sure, the 1980s were a great decade for film. But have you seen all of them? No, neither has Mary. In fact, some pretty big films passed her by, what with being in kindergarten at the time: A Nightmare on Elm Street, Moonstruck, My Neighbor Totoro... So it's time to fix that. Artwork, opening and closing themes by Dennis Lingg Produced and edited by Mary Jones
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Discover a world of vintage and modern toys that’s more than meets the eye with this regular podcast! Hosted by toy writers/photographers Sixo, Toybox Soapbox and Jason Wagner, this informal and chilled out series of discussions cover everything from vintage Transformers to M.A.S.K., Diaclone, Microman and more, be it nostalgic or current. Whether you are a seasoned collector or a casual robot enthusiast, all are welcome! SUPPORT US in exchange for exclusive perks at http://www.patreon.com/t ...
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Good Times Great Movies

Douglas McCambridge & Jamie Lorello

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Every other Friday, Doug McCambridge and Jamie Lorello discuss a film from the 1980s. Some are films we haven't seen since we were kids and offer a fresh perspective. Others are films we've never seen before but probably should have. Do they hold up? Are they classics? Or would these films just be better off having been lost to time?
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Join lifelong friends Pete, Brad, and Giff on a nostalgic adventure with Pop Culture Yearbook! Delve into the 1980s to the present as they explore the movies, TV, music, and sports that shaped their lives. Each episode of PCY contains diverse opinions and entertaining stories, sure to spark your own cherished memories along the way. Join us as we reminisce about iconic moments that define generations!
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Rediscover the 80s is your retro news and talk station hosted by Jason and Wyatt. Listen to the "Memory Jogger" talk show for a Gen X mind jolt. "The 80s Weekly" delivers the latest retro pop culture headlines with reaction. "Rediscovered" reviews obscure TV, film, and animation from the '80s. Plus, more specialty shows!
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Was the Winnebago Man truly the Angriest Man In America? Were any of these board games on your family fun nights in the 1980s? How about some of the forgotten 1970s cartoons? Episode 141 of the podcast is unique in a few ways. It includes a first, that being a review of a full documentary, The Winnebago Man. Jack Rebney became a viral sensation in …
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First, Will, Kat and Jon discuss current 1980s news including: 1981's Wizardy is getting a digital makeover 1984's Transformers coming to theaters Transformers One debuts in September Transformers/G.I. Joe mash-up film has been green lit Then, we respond to viral Millennial TikTok videos that invoke the good name of our generation. Introduction - 0…
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This week we’re looking at Kerrang Kontaktz, the Magazine Written By Rock Fans - or alternatively, a lazy money for old rope exercise in which some long rambling letters get published in full. Some “Kontroversial Komments” on the matters of are Whitesnake big fat sellouts, is Robert Plant trying to distance himself from his Led Zeppelin past, and a…
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One of the coolest benefits of being a content creator is having the opportunity to actually speak with some of the key figures who laid the foundation of the video game industry, and my guest for this video is without a doubt one of those individuals. He was there in the very early days of Activision when they were forging new ground as the first …
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WUH is happy to offer the premiere episode of the Chasing Chevy Chase Podcast. Head over to Weirding Way Media or wherever you listen to podcasts to subscribe. "Welcome to the 1980s and the wild world of Chevy Chase. On our official first episode we're discussing Joe Camp and his Benji Empire which includes the film Oh! Heavenly Dog in which Chevy …
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Kate and Michelle are joined by Whitney Frost to talk about how DBT can be helpful in maintaining mental health while transitioning to parenthood, from trying to conceive all the way through the second year of parenthood. Whitney talks about what skills are most helpful to keep in mind and best practices for professionals when working with this pop…
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It all came from a dream... In the summer of 1986, a new movie hit theatres. It mixed science-fiction and adventure and when it came to computer-generated imagery; it was quite ahead of its time. This is a look back at Flight of the Navigator, a movie that many see as an underrated sci-fi gem, but had a big influence on the future of movie-making. …
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Deep Cover is a show about people who lead double lives. Season four, The Nameless Man, tells the epic tale of two federal agents who investigate a rumor about a murder that supposedly took place 15 years prior. It is also the story of a family searching for answers about why their brother was killed. These two storylines collide in a courtroom in …
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Here is Part 2 of our great convo with George. Please visit his YouTube Channels: https://www.youtube.com/@GeorguiKasaev & https://www.youtube.com/@georgekassaev8612 If you listen until the end, all of your wildest dreams will come true...😁 Support the show Follow us on: Facebook | Twitter | Instagram | YouTube Check out our Totally RAD Merch Store…
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Bibbs and Witney are back and they're reviewing movies! MOVIES, WE TELL YOU!!! This week on CRITICALLY ACCLAIMED, it's a smorgasbord of cinema, including Alex Garland;s CVIL WAR, the horror comedy ABIGAIL, the space opera REBEL MOON - PART 2: THE SCARGIVER, the sasquatch movie SASQUATCH SUNSET, the Guy Ritchie WIII caper THE MINISTRY OF UNGENTLEMAN…
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Get in the Game with NBA Wisdom and More! 6 NBA and 3 NHL Victories, Plus MLB Triumphs What a slam dunk of an NBA Monday! We’re talking about six epic NBA wins guided by a Wise Guy and three NHL victories to boot. Our winning streak continued yesterday in both NBA and MLB, with a stellar 4-2 record in each – including a jaw-dropping call on the und…
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Thanks to Listener David, we return for this special episode where we react to the opening of an age-old pack of Magnum, p.i. Trading Cards. Images should appear in your podcast player as we go, or you can see them in the show notes on the website. Jason Snell, Philip Michaels and David J. Loehr Show Notes & Links Trading Cards Database - Magnum ca…
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RONNIE STONE – Riding in the RainCHRISTOPHER ANTON – I Was Made for Lovin’ You (KISS cover)DJO – End of BeginningDE/VISION – They Won’t Silence UsPET SHOP BOYS – Love Etc. (PSB mix)ST. VINCENT – Broken ManOMD – So In Love (Blue Collar Bros. mix)THE DRIVER ERA – Get Off My PhoneDRAB MAJESTY – Too Soon To Tell (Cold Cave remix)TEXAS – Can’t ControlWI…
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This week on The Metro, Rev. Jeff Ivins brings you the following bands for your weekly time trip back to the 1980s: Translator, Little Girls, Icehouse, Elvis Costello, Stray Cats, Tears For Fears, Cyndi Lauper, INXS, Jane Wiedlin, The J Geils Band, The Cult, Sidney Youngblood, Olivia Newton-John, and finishing off with Magazine.…
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Come Enjoy the Future! We look at past predictions of our future to see how accurate they were. And play along with a fun game futuristic proportions on Enjoy Stuff! We are living in the future! But is it the future everyone expected? Let’s find out! News Pringles, Kellogg’s, and Crocs team up for a new shoe collection The Jim Henson Documentary no…
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If you can dodge a wrench, you can dodge a ball. But don't dodge this episode where we break down the 2004 classic Dodgeball: A True Underdog Story starring Ben Stiller, Vince Vaughn, Christine Taylor, Stephen Root, Jason Bateman, Gary Cole, and many more. Our draft this week covers the best of Vince Vaughn. This draft is so money, so don't miss it…
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Everyone knows Prince Valiant, the comic strip that's NO FUN. You look at that wall of text and those serious illustrations and you just know this is a scam -- it's no whimsical fun comic strip, it's probably trying to teach you something! In 1997, Prince Valiant was adapted into a theatrical film with Katherine Heigl, Ron Pearlman, Warwick Davis, …
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(Dhamma Stream Online Sessions) Q1 How important is it to maintain continuity of the meditation object? 0857 Q2 I'm confused by the word citta. For a long time I thought it was the physical organ of the heart, but now I understand that it may be mind. Can you help please? 2334 Q3 you talked about adhiṭṭhāna, resolution as being as one way of manife…
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Original text from SunWorld, February 1996 by Michael McCarthy and Mark Cappel. This was such a bad idea that in the very same issue it was announced a potential Sun/Apple deal had fallen through. CHM Sun Microsystems Founders Panel in which they discuss close encounters with acquiring Apple. I’m glad Sun didn’t buy Apple because by the turn of the…
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Family Therapy, The Podcast is a display of exploration of self through the means of conversation, while constructing a nourishing space for individuals looking to heal. By revealing anxieties and exploring deeply rooted problems, Family Therapy will document a family’s journey as they work through trauma in conversation with psychotherapist Elliot…
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"The Army was no laughing matter until Judy Benjamin joined it." For this week's episode, we are discussing the 1980 military comedy 'Private Benjamin" starring Goldie Hawn, Eileen Brennan and Armand Assante. Directed by Howard Zieff. Private Benjamin- IMDB: https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0081375/?ref_=hm_rvi_tt_i_10 Private Benjamin - Rotten Tomatoe…
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Since first recording this episode the only update we have is that Jamie met Elisabeth Shue fully clothed in an airport bathroom and there were no primates in sight. In the latest episode, Doug reveals that while he still doesn't enjoy apes in film, he feels much more comfortable when they're wearing clothes, and Jamie becomes frustrated (as all sh…
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William Bibbiani and Witney Seibold are reviewing every GODZILLA movie ever made, and they're doing it on Fridays! Godzilla has fought giant moths, three-headed dragons, robot doppelgangers, and even a clump of smog, but in SHIN GODZILLA he's finally met his match: bureaucracy! Subscribe on Patreon at www.patreon.com/criticallyacclaimednetwork to g…
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SIOUXSIE & THE BANSHEES – Belladonna (Hyaena) 1984 SAD LOVERS & GIANTS - When I See You (Epic Garden Music) 1983 ECHO & THE BUNNYMEN - A Promise (Songs to Learn and Sing) 1981 TWICE A MAN – Sense (single) 1982 GARY NUMAN – We Take Mystery to Bed (I, Assassin) 1982 KILLING JOKE – Sanity (Brighter Than 1000 Suns) 1987 PSYCHEDELIC FURS – Love My Way (…
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A mysterous boy is adopted by a couple and soon shows himself to be unnervingly perfect. Is he really a robot? Maybe even a secret military project? Yeah, of course he is, this is the 1980s. It's not great. Starring Barret Oliver, Michael McKean, and Mary Beth Hurt. Written by David Ambrose, Allan Scott, and Jeffrey Ellis. Directed by John Heyman…
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When people think DeNiro and Scorsese, it's generally mob hits or boxing rings. But 1983's "The King of Comedy" is an often-overlooked exploration of television fame that shows just how funny, dark and thought-provoking the actor-director pair can be in any genre. Listener Charlie in L.A., who brought us "Boogie Nights," is back with another stella…
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