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Prime Cut (1972)

Lee Marvin is a Chicago enforcer who’s sent to Kansas City to straighten out ruthless slaughter house owner Gene Hackman. There are lighted outdoor Budweiser and Hamm’s signs and Gregory Walcott is spotted with cans and a case of Black Label.

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Big Town, The (1987)

This dice shootin’ drama stars Matt Dillon and Tommy Lee Jones and features some excellent vintage signage. Bar wall signs include 2 Carling Black Label, a nice Miller High Life bottle in a bucket and an outstanding Iroquois cash register sign. There is also top notch neon with Meister Brau, Grain Belt and a partial Ballentine Ale. Old Style neon …

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Strange Brew (1983)

Former SCTV players Rick Moranis and Dave Thomas portray ‘Hosers’ Bob & Doug McKenzie in this cult classic. There’s great Canadian stuff on display including 3 types of Molson, 2 kinds of Labatts and a trip to ‘The Beer Store’. Of course there are also plenty of Elsinore sightings.

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Something Wild (1986)

Melanie Griffith ‘kidnaps’ Jeff Daniels for the weekend and everything’s fine until they run into her ex, Ray Liotta. There is lots to see here including a great Michelob Classic Dark truck and Lowenbrau bottles and neon. The liquor store cooler gives us a peek at cans of Black Label, Miller High Life & Lite, Schlitz & Schlitz Malt Liquor …

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Indian Runner, The (1991)

Viggo Mortensen is a Viet Nam vet who has trouble adjusting to civilian life with his cop brother David Morse in this critically acclaimed drama. There is excellent bar signage to be seen. We spot 7 different Storz (Omaha, Nebraska’s finest) signs, 2 Hamm’s, 2 Miller High Life, an Old Milwaukee and 2 Schlitz, one of which is a beautiful …

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Black Mass (2015)

Johnny Depp gives a memorable performance as Boston mobster Whitey Bulger in this crime drama. Budweiser cans are the beer of choice for co-stars Benedict Cumberbatch and Joel Edgerton. There are some great bar signs including Black Label, Pabst Blue Ribbon and Miller Lite & High Life. We also spot Guinness and Rolling Rock neons.

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Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? (1966)

Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton play an aging, boozy couple who use Sandy Dennis and George Segal to torment each other. There’s some excellent vintage signage on display here. Narragansett, Krueger, Lowenbrau and Heineken bar signs are all spotted as is an outdoor Ballentine . We also get a great Piel’s neon and a sunburst style wall sign.

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Diner (1982)

This late 50’s comedy drama set in Baltimore features Kevin Bacon, Steve Guttenberg, Daniel Stern, Tim Daly and Paul Reiser. We get a fantastic National Bohemian holiday billboard and a National Premium bottle to go along with multiple bottles of Carling Black label.

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Almost Famous (2000)

Patrick Fugit plays a high school kid who tours with a 70’s band to do a story for Rolling Stone Magazine. There are some rare beers on display in Genesee Cream Ale, Black Label and Goebel and some common brands as well in Miller, Schlitz, Heineken and Pabst.