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Opened in Theaters: Saturday, August 11th, 1973

Directed by George Lucas

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American Graffiti
Academy Award® Nominee
A summer night in 1962 becomes the focal point in the lives of four small town California teenagers as they face decisions, both immediate and long term, about the directions of their lives....  View more >

PG

Starring Richard Dreyfuss, Ronny Howard, Paul Le Mat...  View more >

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[--- See Now! ---]by Milner62 Sep 12, 2008

If you want to see a clean fun look at the early 60's cruisin & hot rod movie, this is the best of all time. Anyone intrested in 50's&60's rock n roll , cruisin, drag racin, drive inns, sock hops, and a great story go see this!!!! Milner 

[--- Good ---]by Matt Neffer May 27, 2012
[--- See Now! ---]by George Jobson VIP MemberJun 12, 2012

This classic movie will take you back to an innocent time before the radical changes that effect the rest of tI had fun with this movie. he decade. This is the story of young people on their final night before they movie on with their lives. Ron Howard, Cindy Williams, richard Dryfuss, Harrison Ford and Mackenzie Phillips are make up this large cast of people who will latter go on to something bigger. This si George Lucus' best work in the era before "Star Wars." I like the music score which reflex the movie and the times. Where were you in 62? is the question and the theme of this movie. I don't care what era you came from, this movie will take you back. I had fun with the movie. You will too. 

[--- Wait for Rental ---]by wetback39906 Oct 13, 2012



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