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MTV 80s is a worldwide music channel and music show from MTV Germany, which began broadcasting on October 5, 2020. MTV 80s features music videos from the 1980s. MTV 80s has replaced VH1 Classic.

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  1. The World According to Garp (1982)

    Title: The World According to Garp Tagline: Robin Williams is Garp. He's got a funny way of looking at life. Genre: Drama,Comedy Director: George Roy Hill Cast: Robin Williams,Mary Beth Hurt,Glenn Close,John Lithgow,Hume Cronyn,Jessica Tandy,Swoosie Kurtz,Brenda Currin,Peter Michael...
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    Released Today July 24, 1981 - “Blow Out” Premiered in Theaters

    On July 24, 1981, Brian De Palma’s suspenseful thriller “Blow Out” hit theaters. The film featured an impressive cast, including John Travolta, Nancy Allen, Dennis Franz, and John Lithgow. Despite its engaging storyline and strong performances, “Blow Out” earned $13.8 million at the box office...
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    Wolfen Premiered in Theaters Today July, 24, 1981

    On July 24, 1981, the horror-thriller “Wolfen” premiered in theaters. Directed by Michael Wadleigh, the film starred Albert Finney, Diane Venora, Edward James Olmos, Gregory Hines, and Tom Noonan. Despite its intriguing plot and strong cast, “Wolfen” struggled at the box office, earning $10.6...
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    Today July 24, 1987 - “La Bamba” Premieres in Theaters

    On July 24, 1987, “La Bamba” premiered in theaters, starring Lou Diamond Phillips and Esai Morales. This film, which marked Lou Diamond Phillips’ debut, tells the story of the life and tragic death of rock ‘n’ roll star Ritchie Valens.
  5. The Wicked Lady (1983)

    Title: The Wicked Lady Tagline: She's wild. She's wicked. And she really knows how to whip up a good time! Genre: Drama,Adventure Director: Michael Winner Cast: Faye Dunaway,Alan Bates,John Gielgud,Denholm Elliott,Prunella Scales,Oliver Tobias,Glynis Barber,Joan Hickson,Helena...
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    Zapped Premiered Today July 23, 1982 in Theaters

    On July 23, 1982, the comedy film “Zapped” made its debut in theaters. Directed by Robert J. Rosenthal, the movie stars Scott Baio, Willie Aames, Felice Schachter, and Heather Thomas. Despite its modest budget, the film managed to garner significant attention and achieved a box office success...
  7. When Harry Met Sally... (1989)

    Title: When Harry Met Sally... Tagline: Can two friends sleep together and still love each other in the morning? Genre: Comedy,Romance,Drama Director: Rob Reiner Cast: Meg Ryan,Billy Crystal,Bruno Kirby,Carrie Fisher,Steven Ford,Lisa Jane Persky,Michelle Nicastro,Gretchen...
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    Today July 22, 1988: Big Top Pee-Wee Premiered in Theaters

    On July 22, 1988, “Big Top Pee-Wee,” directed by Randal Kleiser, premiered in theaters. The film featured Paul Reubens in his iconic role as Pee-Wee Herman, alongside Kris Kristofferson, Susan Tyrrell, Penelope Ann Miller, and Valeria Golino. Despite having a budget of $20 million, the movie...
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    July 22, 1983: Jaws 3-D Premiered in Theaters

    On July 22, 1983, the third installment of the iconic Jaws series, “Jaws 3-D,” directed by Joe Alves, premiered in theaters. The film starred Dennis Quaid, Bess Armstrong, Simon MacCorkindale, Louis Gossett Jr., and marked the film debut of Lea Thompson. With a budget of $18 million, “Jaws 3-D”...
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    Premiered Today July 22, 1988: Caddyshack II

    On July 22, 1988, “Caddyshack II” hit theaters as the sequel to the beloved 1980 comedy “Caddyshack.” The film, directed by Allan Arkush, stars Jackie Mason, Dan Aykroyd, and Dyan Cannon. Set at the upscale Bushwood Country Club, the movie follows a new cast of characters and their humorous...
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    On This Day, July 22, 1987: Summer School Premiered in Theaters

    On July 22, 1987, the comedy film “Summer School” premiered in theaters. Starring Mark Harmon and Kirstie Alley, the movie follows the story of a laid-back high school gym teacher, played by Harmon, who is unexpectedly forced to teach a remedial English summer class. As he navigates the...
  12. UHF (1989)

    Title: UHF Tagline: A lot of TV stations have forgotten what "quality" means, but not Channel 62. They NEVER knew what it meant. Genre: Comedy,Science Fiction,Family Director: Jay Levey Cast: 'Weird Al' Yankovic,Kevin McCarthy,Michael Richards,David Bowe,Stanley Brock,Anthony...
  13. Pete

    When Harry Met Sally… Premiered in Theaters Today July 21, 1989

    On July 21, 1989, the beloved romantic comedy “When Harry Met Sally…” premiered in theaters. Starring Billy Crystal and Meg Ryan, the film explores the question of whether men and women can ever truly be just friends. Directed by Rob Reiner and written by Nora Ephron, the movie quickly became a...
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    The NeverEnding Story Premiered in Theaters Today July, 20, 1984

    On July 20, 1984, “The NeverEnding Story” premiered in theaters, enchanting audiences with its magical adventure. Starring Barret Oliver as Bastian and Noah Hathaway as Atreyu, the film quickly became a beloved classic, captivating viewers with its imaginative storyline and unforgettable characters.
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    Revenge of the Nerds Premiered on July 1984: A Landmark 80s Comedy*

    On this day in July 1984, *Revenge of the Nerds* premiered in theaters, marking a significant moment in 80s pop culture. Starring Robert Carradine, Anthony Edwards, Ted McGinley, and John Goodman, the film tells the story of a group of socially awkward college students who band together to fight...
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    The Man with One Red Shoe Premiered Today July, 19, 1985

    On this day in July 1985, "The Man with One Red Shoe" premiered in theaters. Directed by Stan Dragoti, the film stars Tom Hanks, Dabney Coleman, Lori Singer, Charles Durning, Carrie Fisher, Ed Herrmann, and Jim Belushi. The movie, which blends comedy and intrigue, was produced with a budget of...
  17. The Man with One Red Shoe (1985)

    Title: The Man with One Red Shoe Tagline: Mugged, bugged, chased and seduced. Why is every one after Tom Hanks? Genre: Action,Comedy Director: Stan Dragoti Cast: Tom Hanks,Dabney Coleman,Lori Singer,Charles Durning,Carrie Fisher,Edward Herrmann,Jim Belushi,Irving Metzman,Tom...
  18. Pete

    Throwback 80s Thursdays 07/18/24: Spotlight Back to the Future

    Hey everyone! For this week’s Throwback 80s Thursdays, let’s dive into Back to the Future, one of the most iconic films of the decade. Released in 1985 and directed by Robert Zemeckis, this sci-fi adventure follows teenager Marty McFly (Michael J. Fox) as he accidentally travels back to 1955 in...
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    The Legend of Billie Jean Premiered Today July, 19, 1985

    The Legend of Billie Jean, released on July 19, 1985, is a drama film directed by Matthew Robbins. The story follows a Texas teenager, Billie Jean Davy, played by Helen Slater, who becomes an accidental folk hero after a series of events lead her to stand up against injustice. Co-starring Keith...
  20. The Little Dragons (1980)

    Title: The Little Dragons Tagline: The Sheriff couldn't...the F.B.I. couldn't...but the 'Little Dragons' CAN! Genre: Action,Comedy,Family Director: Curtis Hanson Cast: Charles Lane,Ann Sothern,Chris Petersen,Pat Petersen,Sally Boyden,Rick Lenz,Sharon Clark,Joe Spinell,John Davis...
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