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Network (1976)

“I’m mad as Hell and I’m not going to take this anymore”. This newscast drama won 4 Oscars and features Robert DuVall and Wesley Addy at lunch with a well placed bottle of Heineken.

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Kicking & Screaming (2005)

This soccer comedy earns a ‘yellow card’ for weak script, performances and beer placement. Will Ferrell and Robert DuVall abbeer with backyard barbeque Amstels(?). There’s also a Miller High Life neon and side views of a Foster’s bottle.

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Lucky You (2007)

Eric Bana tries to win a poker tournament in Las Vegas while battling personal problems in this romantic drama. Budweiser bottles are the beer of choice. Robert Duvall also abbeers with a bathroom bottle of Dos Equis and Omar Benson Miller enjoys a Corona on the felt.

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Colors (1988)

Sean Penn and Robert DuVall are cops in the middle of gang infested 80’s Los Angeles. There are all sorts of brews on display including bottles of Budweiser, Corona, Lowenbrau & Chihauhua and cans of Tecate, Coors, Miller High Life, Bud, Olde English 800 and Meister Brau.

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Days of Thunder (1990)

Tom Cruise and Anheuser-Busch put the pedal to the metal in this NASCAR adventure. We spot Budweiser bottles, cans and signs and a Busch flag and bar light. Robert DuVall, John C. Reilly and Randy Quaid all abbeer with a background Bud Racing umbrella.

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Paper, The (1994)

There’s plenty of nice, bright neon on display in this comedy drama featuring Robert DuVall, Glenn Close and Randy Quaid. Rolling Rock, Rock Light, New Amsterdam, Heineken, Woodpecker and Guinness all appear. Jason Alexander is bellied up to the bar with a great multi-tapper that includes Double Diamond and Genesee Cream Ale.

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Apocalypse Now (1979)

Martin Sheen leads the way with Schlitz, ’33’ and Budweiser scenes in this Frances Ford Coppola Viet Nam War epic. Marlon Brando, as Col Kurtz, appears in photo next to Bud can and a bespectacled Harrison Ford sneaks into frame with the same can. Robert Duval, Laurence Fishburne and Sam Bottoms round out this fabulous beer cast.

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Family Thing, A (1996)

There’s just one lonely sighting here and we’re lucky to get that. The Budweiser bottle just barely stays in frame with Robert DuVall.