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Witches of Eastwick, The (1987)

Cher, Susan Sarandon and Michelle Pfeiffer make quite the female power trio. Too bad we couldn’t get Jack Nicholson in frame with a brew. Nice Michelob six pack and Bud Light sightings.

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Woman Under the Influence, A (1974)

Gena Rowlands was nominated for an Oscar for ‘Best Actress’ in this boozy drama. There are multiple scenes containing cans of Hamm’s including Peter Falk corrupting 3 small children with the brew from ‘The Land of Sky Blue Waters’. We also spot Pabst Blue Ribbon, Coors and Hamm’s neon.

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Woo (1998)

Former “In Living Color” star Tommy Davidson and his crew enjoy bottles of Bud Ice and Lowenbrau in this romantic comedy. There’s also a Budweiser trailer and stacked cases of Bud and Bud Light.

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Woodstock (1970)

‘3 Days of Peace & Music’ with a few beer sightings sprinkled in. In the opening scene we see a local old timer with Schaefer and Schlitz background neons. We also see a hippie drinking a can of Schaefer and Country Joe McDonald sharing the stage with a can of Ballentine. There are some other cans I can’t ID including …

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Working Girl (1988)

There’s five nice brands on display in this Melanie Griffith romantic comedy that also features Alec Baldwin with a Miller sign. The title character goes BTM (beer to mouth) with a can of Coors Light and is seen with a colorful Heineken sign. There’s a background Schaefer sign behind Joan Cusack and we spy a Michelob neon.

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Wrestler, The (2008)

Mickey Rourke plays ‘Randy the Ram’ is this gripping grappling drama. Marisa Tomei co-stars and goes BTM (beer to mouth) with a bottle of Rolling Rock with a Budweiser bow tie neon sign in the background.

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Wrong Man, The (1956)

Alfred Hitchcock directed Henry Fonda in this true story of an innocent man mistaken for a criminal. There’s great vintage supermarket signage on display including Ballentine, Rheingold, Budweiser and Schaefer neons. We also spy a couple rare Krueger signs. Thanks to BCCA member and beer legend Steve Adydan for another superb contribution.

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WUSA (1970)

Paul Newman works at a radio station that’s the focal point of a right-wing conspiracy in this drama featuring some great New Orleans brews. He, Joanne Woodward and Cloris Leachman abbeer with Jax cans and multiple signs. We get a peek at other cool bar signs including Dixie, Schlitz and Budweiser. “Psycho” star Anthony Perkins is spotted with 3 different …

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Yes Man (2008)

Jim Carrey stars with the quirky Zooey Deschanel and challenges himself to say ‘Yes’ to everything for a year. Bradley Cooper appears with a Stella Artois and we get a beer cameo with Dana Carvey and a bottle of Rolling Rock.

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You, Me and Dupree (2006)

Owen Wilson is the free loading friend of Matt Dillon and, to a lesser extent, his wife Kate Hudson. Bud Light, Budweiser Select and regular Bud are seen in the form of bottles, cases, dart boards and soccer neon. Seth Rogen appears with a Michelob Ultra neon sign and Bill Hader makes a beer cameo as well.

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Young Man With A Horn (1950)

Kirk Douglas is a boozy trumpet player whose career will end on a sour note if he doesn’t sober up. We get a great Ruppert sign in the middle of Times Square in New York City and an outstanding Budweiser ‘Preferred Everywhere’ giant sign. I don’t know about that bottle on the bar.

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Youngblood (1986)

Rob Lowe is the title character who’s pressured to fight to further his hockey career. The Molson Export and Patrick Swayze’s mullet are flowing freely as we spot cans, bottles and rink signage. There’s also a Dow Ale sign.

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Yours, Mine and Ours (1968)

Henry Fonda passes 2 beautiful Busch Bavarian six packs to Lucille Ball in this family comedy. There are also vintage sixers of Burgermeister, Blatz and Fisher on the shelf of the commissary.

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Zabriskie Point (1970)

Mark Frechette stars in this portrait of life in America in the 1960’s. At the store we see Pabst Blue Ribbon, Country Club and Schmidt’s of Philadelphia signs. There’s also great Olympia and Lucky neons, a kid in an Oly t-shirt and two hidden Eastside Old Tap signs.