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journey
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TEEN & YOUNG ADULT MOVIES (1973-1979)


1973

American Graffiti
Badlands
Blue Summer (a.k.a. Love Truck)
The Cheerleaders
Go Ask Alice
Jeremy
Mean Streets
Outrage
The Student Teachers (a.k.a. College Coeds, a.k.a. Self-Service Schoolgirls)
Tender Loving Care
That'll Be the Day
The World's Greatest Athlete
The Young Nurses (a.k.a. L.A. Nurses)


1974

Appassionata (a.k.a. Passionate)
Born Innocent
Buster & Billie
Hot Times (a.k.a. The Adventures of Archie)
The Lords of Flatbush
Senior Year
The Spikes Gang
Summer School Teachers
The Swinging Cheerleaders (a.k.a. The Cheerleaders II)


1975

The Carhops (a.k.a. California Drive-In Girls)
Cooley High
Return to Macon County
Sarah T. - Portrait of a Teenage Alcoholic
The School Teacher (a.k.a. L'insegnante)
Smokes and Lollies
The Strongest Man in the World
Switchblade Sisters (a.k.a. The Jezebels, a.k.a. Playgirl Gang)
The Teasers (a.k.a. La Liceale)


1976

The Boy in the Plastic Bubble
Dawn: Portrait of a Teenage Runaway
Drive-In
Eat My Dust
The First Time (a.k.a. La Premiere Fois)
Freaky Friday
Godspeed You! Black Emperor (a.k.a. Goddo Supiido Yuu! Burakku Emparaa)
Let's Get Those English Girls! (a.k.a. A Nous les Petites Anglaises!)
North Sea Is Dead Sea (a.k.a. Nordsee ist Mordsee)
Ode to Billy Joe
The Pom Pom Girls
Revenge of the Cheerleaders (a.k.a. The Cheerleaders III)


1977

Bilitis
Blue Jeans
Cherry Hill High
The Chicken Chronicles
The Death of Richie
First Love
The Fruit Is Ripe (a.k.a. Coming of Age, a.k.a. Griechische Feigen)
Grand Theft Auto
I Never Promised You a Rose Garden
Jailbait Babysitter
James at 15
Little Ladies of the Night
One on One
Peter Lundy and the Medicine Hat Stallion (a.k.a. Rough Rider, a.k.a. Pony Express)
Saturday Night Fever
Stop Calling Me Baby! (a.k.a. Moi, Fleur Bleue)
Summer City (a.k.a. Coast of Terror)
Teenage Graffiti (a.k.a. Country Dreamin')
The Van


1978

Almost Summer
Animal House (a.k.a. National Lampoon's Animal House)
Big Wednesday (a.k.a. Summer of Innocence)
Bloodbrothers (a.k.a. A Father's Love)
Boarding School (a.k.a. Leidenschaftliche Blumchen, a.k.a. Preppy School Girls)
Cheerleaders Beach Party (a.k.a. California Cheerleaders)
Coach
Corvette Summer (a.k.a. The Hot One, a.k.a. California Highway)
Cotton Candy
Going All the Way (a.k.a. Eskimo Limon, a.k.a. Lemon Popsicle)
Goodbye, Franklin High
Grease
Ice Castles
International Velvet
I Wanna Hold Your Hand
Long Journey Back
Mag Wheels (a.k.a. Summer School)
Malibu Beach
Mouth to Mouth
My Boys Are Good Boys
Our Winning Season
Pretty Baby
The School Teacher in College (a.k.a. L'insegnante va in College)
Seniors (a.k.a. The Senior)
Seven Freckles (a.k.a. Sieben Sommersprossen)
Skateboard (a.k.a. Skateboard: The Movie)
Sunset Cove
Sweater Girls
The Violators of Dawn (a.k.a. Los Violadores del Amanecer)
Youngblood
Zuma Beach


1979

Breaking Away
California Dreaming
Diary of a Teenage Hitchhiker
Gas Pump Girls
Going Steady (a.k.a. Yotzim Kavua, a.k.a. Lemon Popsicle 2)
The Great American Girl Robbery (a.k.a. Cheerleaders' Wild Weekend)
Hometown U.S.A.
H.O.T.S.
Incoming Freshmen
A Little Romance
Meatballs
More American Graffiti
The Nineteen-Year-Old's Map (a.k.a. Jukyusai no Chizu)
On the Air Live with Captain Midnight
Over the Edge
Rich Kids
Rock 'n' Roll High School
Roller Boogie
Scum
Skatetown U.S.A.
Summer Camp
Survival of Dana
Teen Lust (a.k.a. Mom Never Told Me, a.k.a. The Girls Next Door)
Tattooed Tears
That Summer
Tilt
Van Nuys Blvd.
Walk Proud
The Wanderers
The Warriors

[ 10. January 2010, 18:31: Message edited by: journey ]

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No breakdown for what's on DVD and what's not?
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quote:
Originally posted by 1badgmc:
No breakdown for what's on DVD and what's not?

I admire your balls. But this list still rocks.
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It wasn't a ballsy reply. It was an honest question. He had his 80s list broken down. I was just wondering.
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I haven't gotten around to that yet, but I will.
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It just sounded comically ungrateful for such a long comprehensive list. It was the way you said it.
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Even though I have quite a few 70's movies, I don't post often (enough) over here, but when I saw that you were working on the list Journey, I had to migrate over. Brilliant!

I loved Corvette Summer. Mark Hamill. I remember being like 8 when that came out and at first I couldn;t understand what Luke Skywalker was doing in another movie. I freaked me out at first, but then I saw it and loved it!

Now where is your 70's horror movie list! What are you doing working for a living or trying to have a life?! C'mon! [Big Grin]

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Corvette Summer is great! It was called 'The Hot One' in the UK. Some people knock it, but I always thought it was good little movie. nobody does peevish like Mark Hamill!
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Thats a great list! I've been looking for some obscure movies. so far I have out of your list

on the air live with captain midnight
the van
the pom pom girls
over the edge

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Journey:

Very good list! I have not seen most of the films that you mentioned, but I would rate Breaking Away as one my favorites of the 70's decade.

I'm not sure if Mean Streets counts as a "teen and young adult" movie, even though I liked the movie.

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'79 was a very good year.
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Breaking Away is one of my fav films of all time. Dennis Christopher in this film was my first crush. I see it's being released on DVD now. (Although Ithought it already was).
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