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Fugitive, The (1993)

Harrison Ford chugs a bottle of Budweiser while pursuing the one armed man who framed him for his wifes murder. He also abbeers with a Miller neon and outdoor Special Export and Old Style signs.

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Nothing in Common (1986)

Tom Hanks puts his successful advertising career on hold to reunite and share a bottle of Budweiser with his ailing father Jackie Gleason. We spot Miller High Life and Bud Light tappers, bottles of Old Style, Guinness and Miller Lite, a Bud truck, and a Special Export case.

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Above the Law (1988)

Steven Seagal is a Chicago cop who uncovers C.I.A. wrong doings under the glow of some great neon signs including Old Style Light, Stroh’s and Special Export. Pam Grier co-stars and there’s a great Old Style truck and Miller High Life and Lite bottles with Michael Rooker.

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Only the Lonely (1991)

John Candy is a Chicago cop who lives with his mom, Maureen O’Hara, while courting Ally Sheedy in this romantic comedy. There’s good neon here including Special Export and Special Ex Light. The highlight though is the lovebirds enjoying their own private fireworks show with an Old Style under the exploding scoreboard at Comiskey Park which also happens to have …

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Sixteen Candles (1984)

Suburban Chicago is the setting for this John Hughes directed high school romantic comedy. Anthony Michael Hall and John Cusack appear with an excellent ‘Beer-a-myd’ constructed of Special Export, Blatz and Old Style & O.S.Light cans. A neck braced Joan Cusack is also spotted in one of the many Old Style scenes.