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What was the #1 Movie? Star Wars? Saturday Night Fever? You'll probably never guess what was #2 because it was neither. Who won best actress? Actor? Best picture?

What was the #1 Movie? Star Wars? Saturday Night Fever? You'll probably never guess what was #2 because it was neither. Who won best actress? Actor? Best picture?

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  15. 15. Star Wars opens in theaters and revolutionizes the use of special effects. It also omitted opening credits. Lucas, told by the Screen Actors Guild that he must have an opening credits sequence, instead distributes the film independently, sans the opening credits. The film's release is often considered one of the most important events in the film history. I saw it in Manhattan shortly after opening and just before reporting to West Point. Film News of 1977
  16. 16. Prior to Jaws (1975) and Star Wars (1977), summers were considered the "graveyard season" for movie releases. Film News of 1977
  17. 17. James Cameron decided to enter the film industry and quit his job as a truck driver after seeing Star Wars. Film News of 1977
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  19. 19. New York City. 1970s. Jack Reacher meets the Equalizer by NY Times Bestselling Author, West Point graduate and former Green Beret One of the top five new series of the year. http://bobmayer.com/fiction/
  20. 20. www.bobmayer.com About the author: Bob Mayer up in the Bronx, New York City; graduated West Point, served in the Infantry including leading a recon platoon in the First Cav Division, and then Special Forces (Green Berets), commanding an A-Team and other assignments. After leaving active duty he studied martial arts in the Orient and was brought back for numerous ADSW (Active Duty Special Work) tours in Special Operations. He’s lived on an island off the east coast, an island off the west coast, in the Rocky Mountains, the hill country of Texas, the hills of New England, the Appalachians and other places. They haven’t caught up to him yet. He is the New York Times bestselling author of over 80 books.

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