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Baseball_Fury06
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How about "Tuff Turf" with James Spader. I love that movie.LOL He also came out in a movie called "The New Kids" anyone remember that one?
I bought a used copy of Tuff Turf on amazon for 4 dollars.

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Tuff Turf, yes, always liked that one, I wish Kim Richards did more movies. Class of 84 is another one of those violent type school movies.
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I don't know what it was about Kim Richards, but I always hated her when I was a kid. I think she came off as a complete spoiled brat who would throw a tantrum, or something else, if she didn't get what she wanted. But I'll have to check out Tuff Turf and The New Kids if I see them anywhere.
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Well, if you disliked Kim Richards then you really won't like her now. I was shocked when I learned a few years ago that she is Paris Hilton's aunt.
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Well, if you disliked Kim Richards then you really won't like her now. I was shocked when I learned a few years ago that she is Paris Hilton's aunt.
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That's so shocking it needed to be told twice!
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I see where Paris got her acting chops at now...
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I liked Kim Richards! I always remember her as the ESCAPE FROM WITCH MOUNTAIn little girl, Tia. What a greaat head of hair that chick had!

Paris Hiltons Aunt??? I did not know that!

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Oh Stitch, I think I put that message twice because the other message I meant to say she is Nicky Hilton's aunt too. LOL. I liked Kim in those Disney movies, Lindsey Lohan too before she got all Diva on us. Kim was in Meatballs 2 if I recall as well.

I can see some physical similarites in the features of Paris and Kim. But I really couldn't see Paris weraing that Tuff Turf garb, although anything is possible in today's recycable Hollywood.

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I've found that mature movies tend to get forgotten.

I recommend "Crossing Delancey" as an example of a forgotten 80s movie. I am biased since I did the page on it after all, but it's a great romantic comedy. It's just more grown-up than a movie like "16 Candles".

Sincerely,

John Kilduff

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