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  1. Back to the Future | Futurepedia | Fandom

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    Back to the Future is an American science fiction/comedy movie directed by Robert Zemeckis and released in 1985.It is about a young man named Marty McFly who accidentally travels into the past and jeopardizes his own future existence.

  2. Batman (1989) (Film) - TV Tropes

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    This movie was perhaps the first to turn superhero costumes black. Batman started off with a black and grey costume but quickly switched to blue and grey in the 40's and remained that way until this movie. Eventually, Batman began wearing an all-black costume to match the films.

  3. Joker (Batman 1989) | Villains Wiki | Fandom

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    Jack Napier, later better known as The Joker, is the main antagonist of the Burton/Schumacher Batman film quadrilogy, serving as the main antagonist of Tim Burton's 1989 superhero film Batman and the posthumous overarching antagonist of its sequels. He is a criminal supervillain and the archenemy of Batman, as well as the murderer of his parents and Carl Grissom's former hitman. He was ...

  4. Jonathan Hyde - IMDb

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    Jonathan Hyde, Actor: Titanic. Jonathan Hyde was born on May 21, 1948 in Brisbane, Australia. He is an actor, known for Titanic (1997), Anaconda (1997) and Jumanji (1995). He is married to Isobel Buchanan. They have two children.

  5. Pulp Fiction (1994) - Trivia - IMDb

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    The movie cost only $8 million to make. The initial budget was reportedly even lower until Bruce Willis was added to the cast (he had a recent string of domestic flops but was still a box-office draw overseas). $5 million went to pay the actors' and actresses' salaries.

  6. Aug 06, 1989 · ''The Abyss,'' which was originally to have opened July 4, was delayed for more than a month by production and special-effects problems, resulting in a late start on the summer.

  7. Origin of the TV-Movie Not only was the animated opening sequence to the ABC Movie of the Week a magnificent graphic achievement (and precursor to modern computer animation) but the 30-second teasers forever redefined motion picture advertising. We'll show you some of the best examples from the seventies.

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