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Tuesday
May132014

Curio: Earth Girls Are Easy

Alexa here with some curios for your Tuesday. As Nathaniel mentioned, Earth Girls Are Easy just turned 25. A relic of Julie Brown's heyday, it is an afternoon-watch favorite of mine, belonging to a group of late-80s quirky screwball comedies that also make for good afternoon viewing, like the superior Making Mr. Right and the far superior Married to the Mob

Here are some curios in honor of this vintage curiosity.

Yes, someone got a Mac tattoo.Angelyne's costume was up for auction a few years back. Recall her moment in the film here.


Retro soundtrack cassette available here.


Bumper sticker available here.


Israeli poster available here.


Jim Carrey and Damon Wayans backing Julie Brown up in her music video from the soundtrack "Cause I'm a Blonde"

old GQ Cover from summer 1989. "Hollywood's Most Adorable Couple"

How sad I was when The Goldblum-Davis marriage ended; the pairing of the two brainy pituitary cases briefly made everything seem right with the world.

Do you have fond memories of this movie?

 

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I miss Geena Davis :(

May 13, 2014 | Unregistered CommenterDavid

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