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Van, The (1977)
Starring: Marcie Barkin, Danny DeVito
Director: Sam Grossman
Category: Special Interest, Cult
Studio: Rhino
90 mins



American Graffiti meets Animal House in this hilarious story about a boy, a girl, and a van. His folks wanted him to get a more conservative method of transportation, but the Party-on-Wheels spoke much louder to him. The Van had every option available, including a cool 8-track stereo system and a waterbed! The perfect Girl-Magnet! Danny Devito is hilarious in one of his first starring roles! So return to those carefree days, long before SUV's ruled the highways...where The Van was the vehicle of choice!


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