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Cloak & Dagger, Movie, 1984 IMDB

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Also known as:

  • Ein tödliches Spiel (Germany)
  • Juego secreto (Spain)
  • Jouer c'est tuer (France)
  • La finestra sul delitto (Italy)

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shlc647 US

2017-01-27 02:24

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Done with captures from DVD. There is no Blu Ray. Really fun movie, I remember being 7-8 years old in a Blockbuster with my Mom and she suggested that we rent this. She told me she saw it in theaters and liked it


Old Computer:

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Atari Posters and Boxes:

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Old Atari Games:

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With Coleco Visions up top.

shlc647 US

2017-01-27 02:31

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Background Vehicles:

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shlc647 US

2017-01-27 02:34

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For IMPDb:

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shlc647 US

2017-01-27 02:35

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Traffic Light for rjluna2 :)

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Baube QC

2017-01-27 03:15

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oh my... i used to have Atari.... back then dinosaurs were still roaming in my backyard.... :lol:

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shlc647 US

2017-01-27 03:35

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I had a Nintendo 64 when I was younger. Don't know what happened to it.

Baube QC

2017-01-27 04:32

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i also had a NES. One of my friends had a Sega and we had so much fun .... he still has a NES ( he had it later ) in working condition
my sister had a PS1 and a Xbox ( still works whenever it feels generous... )
I currently have a PS2 and a PS3 ( we kept the PS1 games )

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rjluna2 US

2017-01-27 13:46

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shlc647 wrote Traffic Light for rjluna2 :)

Thanks, shlc647 :)

My comments at Traffic Lights in Internet Movie Car Database.

BrentMosher420 US

2017-01-31 07:37

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I got this movie on DVD from my aunt when I was little. I still watch it from time to time; very fun indeed. Why aren't there kid's movies like this today?

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shlc647 US

2017-01-31 17:05

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BrentMosher420 wrote I got this movie on DVD from my grandma when I was little. I still watch it from time to time; very fun indeed. Why aren't there kid's movies like this today?


I think there is now a lack of creativity when it comes to these types of movies in Hollywood, people aren't putting a lot of though behind the stories and are only worrying about how much money they can make.

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BrentMosher420 US

2017-02-03 09:36

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It's not just that though - It's the fact that this movie (and various others of the era) wasn't afraid to show murderers targeting an innocent child, various characters dying, and similarly dark stuff, and yet it was a kids' movie. You just could not get away with that sort of thing in a PG-rated movie today; they are way too toned down nowadays. But yeah, I agree with you about the creativity part; most movies nowadays have very little originality or passion.

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