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This movie could be ones life just based on what if's happening on a typical 70's nite out. The music was all first class, the plot pline reasonable enough for one to actually believe. Every time I watched this I could relate to those crazy 70,s nights where I really was not in total control of all of my senses but enough to drive and date! Ending is probably the first time that I realized, Wow that could be me! Some times I am glad my old Chevelle was not dependable enough to stay running all night long or long enough to get me in trouble, so I would spend my night waiting for any sober buddy to come and rope tow me home.
Aloha means hello, and Goodbye
goodbye Bobby and Rose
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