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Return to Macon County. Featured a twenty six year old Don Johnson who looks sixteen, and Nick Nolte before his troubles. Entertaining film about a hotrod, crazy girl and trying to get to California.
Diner. Featuring a young Mickey Rourke, Kevin Bacon set in 1950s Baltimore.
Conspriator. featuring a teenage Elizabeth Taylor with a much older Robert Taylor.
 
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Red Dawn would be one. A lot of future stars in that one.

Platoon as well.

Speaking of Kevin Bacon, how about Animal House?


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Taps

Timothy Hutton
Sean Penn
Tom Cruise
Giancarlo Esposito


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Dazed And Confused

Matthew McConaughey
Ben Affleck
Milla Jovovich
Parker Posey
 
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Tom Laughlin was in South Pacific years before Billy Jack.



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Cool Hand Luke (1967);

Harry Dean Stanton - think it was his third role
Joe Don Baker - first role i think
 
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The Outsiders

Animal House



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Run Silent
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16 Candles

John Cusack


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Jack Nicholson, Little Shop of Horrors
Richard Kiel, Las Vegas Hillbillys
Clint Eastwood, Revenge of the Creature (from the Black Lagoon)
Harvey Korman, the Munsters
Lee Van Cleef, It Conquered the World


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“Lavender Hill Mob” stars Alec Guinness (pre-Obi Wan) and Stanley Holloway (pre-Alfred P. Doolittle).

BUT, the person to watch for is the walk-on cigarette girl; that’s Audrey Hepburn in her movie debut!

And Robert Shaw plays a police lab tech. Cool


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Winter's Bone w/ Jennifer Lawrence. She'd done tv work before that, but didn't really get famous till she did X-Men.

The movie is excellent.


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Dazed And Confused

Matthew McConaughey
Ben Affleck
Milla Jovovich
Parker Posey


First one I thought of too, great flic.
 
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The Outsiders (1983)
C. Thomas Howell
Matt Dillon
Ralph Macchio
Patrick Swayze
Rob Lowe
Emilio Estevez
Tom Cruise
Diane Lane
Leif Garrett

No Time for Sergeants (1958)
Andy Griffith
Don Knotts
Murray Hamilton
Raymond Bailey
Jamie Farr (yes...Klinger)



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Fast Times at Ridgemont High.

Sean Penn
Jennifer Jason Leigh
Judge Reinhold
Forrest Whitaker
Nicolas Cage
Eric Stoltz


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Robert Duvall as Boo Radley in To Kill A Mockingbird.
 
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Someone mentioned Don Johnson. How about A Boy and His Dog?
 
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Vision Quest had Madonna as a singer in a bar band. This was before her music career took off.


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Hells Angels on Wheels

Jack Nicholson

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Jack Nicholson was also in The Wild Ride. I think it was his second movie.
 
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