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You Think You Really Know Me: The Gary Wilson Story (2005)

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Gary Wilson ...
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Christina Bates ...
Herself - Motel Records
Butch Bottino ...
Himself - The Blind Dates
Terrence Burke ...
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Frank Doris ...
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Donnie Finnell ...
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Shauna Guidici ...
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Dave Haney ...
Himself - The Blind Dates
Duane Harriott ...
Himself
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Himself (as Ross Harris)
Dan Hougland ...
Himself
Gary Iacovelli ...
Himself - The Blind Dates
Rick Iacovelli ...
Himself - The Blind Dates
Joe Lunga ...
Himself - The Blind Dates
Kyle Martin ...
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References The Twilight Zone (1959) See more »

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Groovy Girls Make Love at the Beach
(1977)
by Gary Wilson
Courtesy of BMI and/or Motel Records
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Fantastically Retro
13 July 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I had the pleasure of seeing this film with several friends in New York. I have to say, I found it rather complex as well as gripping in many ways. I walked away feeling rather nostalgic. I suppose this is relative due to my generation, myself having been a child of the 70's. I think it was artistically brilliant and a bit 'film noir'. I can't speak for anyone else but I honestly went home and pulled out some old vinyl records and changed into a pair of well worn 'hip hugger' bell bottoms. Meanwhile, my girlfriend felt inspired to throw on her peddle pushers of yester year..yeah 'low riders', 'capri pants'.. Retro. It was a deja vu experience and I'm glad I've kept my record player!


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