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Drop, The (2014)

There are an impressive 18 brands on display (or partial display) in this James Gandolfini crime drama. Bottles of Heineken Light, Stella Artois, Dos Equis and Newcastle Brown Ale are sighted. There are 7 neons including Stroh’s, Schlitz and Yuengling. We also spy a Corona football, a Guinness tapper, a Schaefer sign and an oversized Budweiser bottle light.

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Blown Away (1994)

Jeff Bridges and his father Lloyd star in this Boston Bomb Squad adventure that features Guinness bottles, signs and a t-shirt. Tommy Lee Jones plays the escaped bomber and abbeers between Stroh’s Light and Pabst Blue Ribbon neons. There’s also plenty of Budweiser and a nice array of neon signs including Harp, Old Milwaukee, Bud Light and a ‘Say Bull’ …

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Best of Times, The (1986)

Kurt Russell & Robin Williams try to redeem themselves decades after a devastating high school football loss. The boys abbeer together with cans of Stroh’s and bottles of Coors. Character actor M. Emmet Walsh is spotted with Schlitz Light, Stroh’s Light and Old Milwaukee cans. There’s also a Heineken sign, a Budweiser pool table light and Stroh’s tapper and neon.

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Running Scared (1986)

Billy Crystal and Gregory Hines star as Chicago cops on the trail of a drug dealer. There’s good neon here including Moosehead, Natty Light, Killians and Oly. We also get plenty of Stroh’s cans and a Stroh’s Light tapper. Finally, there’s a sweet “This Bud’s For You” ad on Wrigley Field sign.

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Burbs, The (1989)

Tom Hanks and Corey Feldman’s careers took different paths in the years after this cheesy comedy thriller. This sub par film does manage to deliver some nice sightings of canned Stroh’s and the more elusive Stroh’s Light.

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Cobra (1986)

Sylvester Stallone is back better than ever as Lieutenant Marion ‘Cobra’ Cobretti. There are some great sightings here including Reni Santoni with a fabulous California shaped Coor’s neon. Sly doesn’t disappoint either and shows up draining a half quart and holding a giant hamburger under a King Cobra Malt Liquor sign.