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1983, 88 min, USA, Dir: Greydon Clark

Jefferson Bailey (Scott McGinnis) runs the most popular video arcade in town, but not everyone sees it as a place for good clean fun. Wanting to keep his daughter away from the filth, Joseph Rutter (Joe Don Baker) plots a way to shut down the arcade. Packed with raunchy jokes, T&A and a rockin' soundtrack, JOYSTICKS is an ’80s overload of totally awesome video games.

1977, 113 min, USA, Dir: Earl Bellamy

Joe Don Baker is the man the auto insurance companies turn to when a rash of car thefts baffle police. As no-nonsense private eye Pete Novick, he and rookie cop Nifty Nolan (a pre-“Cagney and Lacey” Tyne Daly) burn rubber in pursuit of elusive wheel man the Road Runner; needless to say, a lot of cars get banged up along the way. With Robert Loggia and Richard Jaeckel.

2013, Lionsgate, 130 min, USA, Dir: Jeff Nichols

Young friends Ellis and Neckbone (Tye Sheridan and Jacob Lofland) discover a man named Mud (Matthew McConaughey) hiding on a Mississippi island. Mud spins wild tales of his flight from bounty hunters and his hope to escape with his love Juniper (Reese Witherspoon). The boys are skeptical but agree to help, and sure enough, their little town is soon being turned upside down in the search for Mud. With Sam Shepard and Michael Shannon.

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