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The Journey of Nattie Gann (1985)

The NeverEnding Story (1984)

Flight of the Navigator (1986)

Swiss Family Robinson (1960)

Jumanji (1995)

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Kids just having fun:

"Captains Courageous" (1937)

"Pan's Labyrinth" (2006)

"It" (1990 & 2017)

"Village of the Damned" (1960)

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one thousand four hundred ninety-eighth category

Big budget sequels during the studio era

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FATHER’S LITTLE DIVIDEND (1951) was a sequel to FATHER OF THE BRIDE (1950).

DEMETRIUS AND THE GLADIATORS (1954) was a sequel to THE ROBE (1953).

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The Bell's of St. Mary's (1945) is a sequel to Going My Way (1944). Both with Bing Crosby as Father O'Malley.

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The Bride of Frankenstein (1935) is a sequel to Frankenstein (1931)

 

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Four Wives (1939) and Four Mothers (1941) were sequels to 1938's Four Daughters                                                              Image result for four daughters 1938

 

1934's The Thin Man was followed by After the Thin Man,  Another Thin Man, Shadow of the Thin Man,  The Thin Man Goes Home, Song of the Thin Man  ... interestingly, the title character was only seen in the original                                                                 Related image

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Not sure about dates and $$ for this category but here are 3 different decades:

"The Invisible Man Returns" (1940)

"Son of Kong" (1933)

"Mr. Belvedere Rings the Bell" (1951)

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one thousand four hundred ninety-ninth category

Marathons

THEY SHOOT HORSES DON’T THEY? (1969)
MARATHON MAN (1976)
RUNNING (1979)

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How about some nonstop ve-hic-u-lar marathon-like racing:

"The Cannonball Run" (1981)

"Smokey and the Bandit" (1977)

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39 minutes ago, GGGGerald said:

The Terry Fox Story (1983)

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See How She Runs (1978)

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Never heard of these. The Joanne Woodward film looks interesting.

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2 hours ago, TopBilled said:

Never heard of these. The Joanne Woodward film looks interesting.

Part of why I come to these boards is to learn about movies I may not have heard of.

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Wonderful 90s miniseries called THE FIRST OLYMPICS: ATHENS 1896 has a story about the young Greek athlete who won the first marathon (very important for the Greeks to win such a Greek event) because he used to run to his girlfriend's house and back to the military base every night

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Scenes from an 80s or 90s movie used in a music video

Tom Cruise and his costars appear in Kenny Loggins’ video for “Danger Zone,” which was part of the TOP GUN (1986) soundtrack.

Footage from MANNEQUIN (1987) is included in Starship’s video for “Nothing’s Gonna Stop Us Now.”

Scenes from A LEAGUE OF THEIR OWN (1992) are used in the video for Madonna’s “This Used To Be My Playground.”

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Ghostbusters (Ray Parker, Jr.)

I Will Always Love You by Whitney Houston (from The Bodyguard)

Power of Love by Huey Lewis and the News (from Back to the Future)

Don't You Forget About Me by Simple Minds (Breakfast Club scenes play on a TV)

 

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