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Wayne’s World director Penelope Spheeris on leaving Hollywood behind: “They can blow me”
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Dan Travers Mar 12
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Keeping the Garth look alive. Respect.
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Stan account for third wave ska Mar 12
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Ben Mar 12
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aimee stephenkingara Mar 12
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we truly are not worthy
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Lala11_7 Mar 12
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Jam Today Mar 12
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If there's anybody who should have directed BOHEMIAN RHAPSODY, its Spheeris.
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Laurie "San Francisco Punch- Oct 16-19" Kilmartin Mar 13
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Oooo great interview
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francisco cunha Mar 13
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One of the best lines “I got to make a lot of money in the days when you could make a lot of money as a director, and I invested it right. I don’t need that anymore.” I wish I was as smart.
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Laurie "San Francisco Punch- Oct 16-19" Kilmartin Mar 13
a lesson for us all
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David Riedel Mar 12
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Best pull quote of the day.
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Haunted Hawkins Mar 12
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AliceInBondageLand Mar 12
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ART
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political junkies unite Mar 12
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mosettastone Mar 12
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On this quote makes me LOVE her. 🖤
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Erik Carlson Mar 12
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I haven't gotten to see the Wayne World movies yet but I'll always be grateful for her Little Rascals movie because that's how I found out about the original Our Gang shorts, which led to other classic comedy teams and eventually movies from the Golden Age of Hollywood.
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21st Century Savage Ham Mar 13
Amen
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Amy Dickinson Mar 12
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Her life story would make a great film
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Jim Booland👻 Mar 12
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Especially the part where she marries the owner of a record label, puts his bands in a showcase, and calls it a documentary.
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