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Blood Simple (1984)

This thrilling crime drama features 13 different brews and the film debut of Frances McDormand. Beers include a giant Heineken bottle, cases of Budweiser, Michelob, Miller High Life & Lite, and bottles of Pearl, Warsteiner and Lowenbrau.

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Gargoyles (1972)

This made-for-tv movie features Cornel Wilde, Jennifer Salt and Woody Chambliss with a clock and multiple cans of the Texas brew, Pearl.

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Two-Lane Blacktop (1971)

Soft rocker James Taylor is ‘The Driver’ and late Beach Boy Dennis Wilson is ‘The Mechanic’ who drag race their way across the country. There outdoor Schlitz, Bud and Falstaff bar signs and a great Pearl billboard in a field. Warren Oates, who’ll I’ll always love as Sgt. Hulka in “Stripes”, plays G.T.O.. There’s also nice indoor Budweiser and Schlitz …

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Best Little Whorehouse in Texas, The (1982)

Burt Reynolds is the sheriff who is more than sympathetic to Dolly Parton and her house of ill repute. Texas beers Lone Star and Pearl are front and center with cans, bottles, sign and possible calendar. There’s also a Budweiser sighting.

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Tin Cup (1996)

Kevin Costner, rival Don Johnson and love interest Rene Russo star alongside bottles of Texas favorite Pearl in this romantic golf comedy. A Bud Light bottle is spotted and we also get Cheech Marin with a beautiful, deer head Busch neon sign at the strip club.

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Last Picture Show, The (1971)

This Texas drama earned two Oscars and features Timothy Bottoms and Jeff Bridges with excellent vintage bottles of Pearl and a partially obscured Lone Star. Too bad we couldn’t get Best Supporting Actor & Actress Ben Johnson & Cloris Leachman or the lovely Cybill Shepherd in frame with a brew.

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Shout (1991)

There’s a terrific Texas trio of vintage neon signs in this John Travolta story of a music teacher at a school for wayward boys. Glowing, state shaped Jax and Pearl lights are phenomenal and the Lone Star’s not too bad either.

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Hud (1963)

The late, great Paul Newman stars as the title character in this Texas drama. The vintage Pearl flat top cans are outstanding and note the background Lone Star cases. We also get good looks at Coors cans and bottles and a Miller High Life sign.

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Hitcher, The (1986)

C. Thomas Howell and Jennifer Jason Leigh are tormented by a psychotic hitch hiker in this action adventure. Texas is represented well with a great Pearl sign and a reverse reflection Lone Star neon. There’s also a Miller Lite glower.

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Lone Wolf McQuade (1983)

Chuck Norris kicks ass and takes names against drug kingin David Carradine who unfortunately doesn’t appear in frame with a brew. However, we DO get plenty of cans of Texas beers Pearl and Lone Star. There’s also good Coors, Schlitz and Bud signage to go with a nice Pearl light.

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Death Proof (2007)

Quentin Tarantino wrote, directed and appears in the thrilling adventures of ‘Stuntman Mike’, played by Kurt Russell, who uses his cars to terrorize hotties. There’s excellent neon on display here including Shiner Bock, Dos Equis, Hamm’s, Blatz, Schlitz, Tecate, Corona, Pabst a ‘Hot Chili Cold Bud’ and more.

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Brewster’s Millions (1985)

Richard Pryor is a minor league baseball player who must spend a large inheritance in order to receive an even bigger one. He appears with Pearl, Miller Lite and Old Style lighted signs and a bottle of High Life. John Candy co-stars and opens a Stroh’s with his teeth.

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Getaway, The (1972)

Steve McQueen plays an ex-con who hit’s the road with his wife, Ali MacGraw, after a heist goes wrong. Budweiser cans are the drink of choice for the couple on the lam and during the lake picnic scene we also get 3 separate coolers with Lone Star, Falstaff and Pearl logos.

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Out on a Limb (1992)

John C. Reilly has a couple nice moments with Bud neon and Hamm’s….I believe that’s a crushed Hamm’s Light with Matthew Broderick.

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Semi-Tough (1977)

Burt Reynolds, Kris Kristofferson and Jill Clayburgh star in this football themed romantic comedy. Pearl cans are spotted on numerous occasions and rare plastic mugs are seen as well.