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In one scene, Timmy Busfield is focusing his binoculars on the bedroom window across the way from his apartment. He sees Heather Locklear making up the bed, while wiggling her delicious fanny (encased in white slacks) to music on the radio. You can't the music but by the gyrations, you figure that is what is happening. Don't know how this would look on DVD, but when I recorded it on my VCR, I put it on ETP (extended long play) and then played it back one frame at a time. Heather sure knew how to move. That one scene alone made the entire movie for me which basically was a remake of Hitchcock's Rear Window. But Grace Kelly in tight white slacks wouldn't have been the same.
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