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John Cusack and Ione Skye in Say Anything. The Kobal Collection hide caption

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'Say Anything' At 25: Nothing Bought, Sold Or Processed

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Kathy Najimy, Bette Midler and Sarah Jessica Parker star in Hocus Pocus as the Sanderson sisters, three 17th-century witches who are brought back to life in Salem, Mass., in 1993. Walt Disney hide caption

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Karen Black and Kris Kristofferson were photographed together in 1972, when they co-starred in Cisco Pike, a saga of drug-ruined rockers and crooked cops. John Springer Collection/CORBIS hide caption

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Karen Black, Strange And Lovely, And Always Game

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Joan Collins, John Forsythe and Linda Evans at a party celebrating the production of 150 episodes of Dynasty in 1986. Reed Saxon/AP hide caption

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Big Hair, Big Shoulders And Big Money: Linda Evans On '80s Excess

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In a scene from Friends' eighth season, Joey (Matt LeBlanc) and Rachel (Jennifer Aniston) react to Rachel's pending pregnancy. The birth of the baby was a major plot point of the Emmy-winning season of the series. Warner Bros. Televison hide caption

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This photo provided by Twentieth Century Fox shows Andres The Giant, top, Mandy Patinkin, center, and Wallace Shawn in The Princess Bride. AP hide caption

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Mandy Patinkin: 25 Years After 'The Princess Bride,' He's Not Tired Of That Line

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George Maharis (left) played Buz Murdock alongside Martin Milner as Tod Stiles in Route 66, two men driving across America in search of home. Shout! Factory hide caption

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'Route 66': A Country-Crisscrossing Series Comes To Home Video

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Shemp Howard (at left) is seen in an undated studio handout photo with actor Emil Sitka (second from left) and the other two then-Stooges, Larry Fine and Moe Howard. AP/Ventura County Star hide caption

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The Fourth Stooge: Memories Of 'Uncle Shemp'

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From left, Kevin (Thomas Ian Nicholas), Jim (Jason Biggs), Stifler (Seann William Scott), Oz (Chris Klein) and Finch (Eddie Kaye Thomas) are back, together again for their 13-year high school reunion. Hopper Stone/Universal Pictures hide caption

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